Kulm (district)

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Kulm is an administrative district in the canton of Aargau, Switzerland. It is west of Lake Hallwil and covers parts of the Wyna and Suhre valleys. The principal town is Unterkulm; the largest municipality is Reinach. The district contains 17 municipalities, is 101.35 km² in area and has a total population of 36,700 people (2005).

Municipalities[change | change source]

Map of the district
Map of the municipalities
Coat of arms Municipality name Population
(31 Dec 2005)
Area in km²
Beinwil am See Beinwil am See 2646 5.78
Birrwil Birrwil 924 5.53
Burg Burg 954 0.94
Dürrenäsch Dürrenäsch 1126 5.91
Gontenschwil Gontenschwil 2084 9.74
Holziken Holziken 1180 2.86
Leimbach Leimbach 389 1.14
Leutwil Leutwil 702 3.75
Menziken Menziken 5416 6.38
Oberkulm Oberkulm 2366 9.40
Reinach Reinach 7716 9.48
Schlossrued Schlossrued 899 7.25
Schmiedrued Schmiedrued 1191 8.65
Schöftland Schöftland 3332 6.28
Teufenthal Teufenthal 1624 3.57
Unterkulm Unterkulm 2918 8.88
Zetzwil Zetzwil 1233 5.81