Feldkirch District

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Bezirk Feldkirch
CountryAustria
StateVorarlberg
Number of municipalities24
Area
 • Total278.26 km2 (107.44 sq mi)
Population
 (2012[1])
 • Total100,656
 • Density360/km2 (940/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)

The Bezirk Feldkirch is an administrative district (Bezirk) in Vorarlberg, Austria.

Area of the district is 278.26 km², population is 100,656 (2012), and population density 362 persons per km². Administrative center of the district is Feldkirch.

Historical population
YearPop.±%
1869 23,279—    
1880 25,241+8.4%
1890 27,083+7.3%
1900 30,385+12.2%
1910 35,003+15.2%
1923 34,090−2.6%
1934 37,580+10.2%
1939 38,142+1.5%
1951 45,427+19.1%
1961 54,520+20.0%
1971 70,329+29.0%
1981 78,007+10.9%
1991 86,278+10.6%
2001 93,600+8.5%
2011 99,936+6.8%
Source: Statistik Austria

Administrative divisions[edit]

The district is divided into 24 municipalities, one of them is a town, and three of them are market towns.

Towns[edit]

  1. Feldkirch (31,054)

Market towns[edit]

  1. Frastanz (6,274)
  2. Götzis (10,795)
  3. Rankweil (11,635)

Municipalities[edit]

  1. Altach (6,397)
  2. Düns (377)
  3. Dünserberg (147)
  4. Fraxern (677)
  5. Göfis (3,083)
  6. Klaus (3,102)
  7. Koblach (4,269)
  8. Laterns (678)
  9. Mäder (3,739)
  10. Meiningen (2,035)
  11. Röns (314)
  12. Röthis (1,922)
  13. Satteins (2,590)
  14. Schlins (2,271)
  15. Schnifis (762)
  16. Sulz (2,390)
  17. Übersaxen (629)
  18. Viktorsberg (389)
  19. Weiler (2,022)
  20. Zwischenwasser (3,105)

(population numbers as of January 1, 2012)

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "vorarlberg.at Landesstatistik Bevölkerung". Land Vorarlberg. Retrieved 2008-08-04.

Coordinates: 47°16′44″N 9°39′50″E / 47.279°N 9.664°E / 47.279; 9.664