List of settlements in Austria

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Vienna, Capital of Austria

The following is a list of cities and towns in Austria with population of over 10,000 citizens. State capitals are shown in boldface.

Rank Name Population 1991 Population 2001 Population 2007.[1] State
1. Vienna 1,539,848 1,550,123 1,664,146 Vienna
2. Graz 237,810 226,244 247,698 Styria
3. Linz 203,044 183,504 188,894 Upper Austria
4. Salzburg 143,978 142,662 149,018 Salzburg
5. Innsbruck 118,112 113,392 117,693 Tyrol
6. Klagenfurt 89,415 90,141 92,397 Carinthia
7. Wels 52,594 56,478 58,623 Upper Austria
8. Villach 54,640 57,497 58,480 Carinthia
9. Sankt Pölten 50,026 49,121 51,360 Lower Austria
10. Dornbirn 40,735 42,301 44,243 Vorarlberg
11. Wiener Neustadt 35,134 37,627 39,940 Lower Austria
12. Steyr 39,337 39,340 38,979 Upper Austria
13. Feldkirch 26,730 28,607 30,093 Vorarlberg
14. Bregenz 27,097 26,752 27,148 Vorarlberg
15. Wolfsberg 24,400 25,335 25,361 Carinthia
16. Baden bei Wien 23,488 24,502 25,284 Lower Austria
17. Leoben 28,897 25,804 25,227 Styria
18. Klosterneuburg 24,442 24,797 25,216 Lower Austria
19. Traun 22,260 23,470 23,941 Upper Austria
20. Krems 22,766 23,713 23,932 Lower Austria
21. Leonding 21,209 22,203 23,624 Upper Austria
22. Amstetten 21,972 22,595 23,035 Lower Austria
23. Kapfenberg 23,380 22,234 21,928 Styria
24. Mödling 20,290 20,405 20,649 Lower Austria
25. Lustenau 18,484 19,709 20,606 Vorarlberg
26. Hallein 17,271 18,399 19,169 Salzburg
27. Traiskirchen 13,852 15,669 16,497 Lower Austria
28. Kufstein 13,484 15,358 16,457 Tyrol
29. Braunau am Inn 16,264 16,337 16,328 Upper Austria
30. Schwechat 14,669 15,286 16,065 Lower Austria
31. Spittal an der Drau 15,346 16,045 15,944 Carinthia
32. Saalfelden 12,604 15,093 15,728 Salzburg
33. Ansfelden 14,636 14,789 15,707 Upper Austria
34. Stockerau 13,608 14,452 15,157 Lower Austria
35. Ternitz 15,445 15,232 15,066 Lower Austria
36. Hohenems 13,531 13,891 14,864 Vorarlberg
37. Perchtoldsdorf 14,051 13,998 14,489 Lower Austria
38. Telfs 10,179 12,833 14,443 Tyrol
39. Feldkirchen 12,977 14,030 14,298 Carinthia
40. Tulln 12,038 13,591 14,190 Lower Austria
41. Bad Ischl 13,887 14,081 14,093 Upper Austria
42. Bludenz 13,369 13,701 13,890 Vorarlberg
43. Bruck an der Mur 14,046 13,439 13,304 Styria
44. Gmunden 13,133 13,184 13,191 Upper Austria
45. Sankt Veit an der Glan 12,045 12,976 12,994 Carinthia
46. Schwaz 11,839 12,212 12,637 Tyrol
47. Hall in Tirol 12,368 11,492 12,424 Tyrol
48. Eisenstadt 10,349 11,334 12,367 Burgenland
49. Neunkirchen 10,216 11,562 12,148 Lower Austria
50. Lienz 11,864 12,079 12,128 Tyrol
51. Hard 10,747 11,404 12,051 Vorarlberg
52. Wörgl 10,054 10,885 11,993 Tyrol
53. Knittelfeld 12,873 12,740 11,991 Styria
54. Vöcklabruck 11,239 11,697 11,945 Upper Austria
55. Marchtrenk 10,369 11,274 11,743 Upper Austria
56. Korneuburg 9,730 11,032 11,736 Lower Austria
57. Waidhofen 11,435 11,662 11,671 Lower Austria
58. Rankweil 10,509 11,171 11,627 Vorarlberg
59. Ried im Innkreis 11,260 11,404 11,585 Upper Austria
60. Wals-Siezenheim 9,563 11,024 11,567 Salzburg
61. Zwettl 11,427 11,630 11,490 Upper Austria
62. Völkermarkt 11,081 11,373 11,429 Carinthia
63. Bad Vöslau 11,055 10,998 11,218 Lower Austria
64. Hollabrunn 10,461 10,685 11,199 Lower Austria
65. Enns 10,192 10,611 11,139 Upper Austria
66. Mistelbach 10,234 10,644 11,040 Lower Austria
67. Sankt Johann im Pongau 8,855 10,260 10,682 Salzburg
68. Brunn am Gebirge 8,573 9,422 10,579 Lower Austria
69. Sankt Andrä 10,582 10,719 10,561 Carinthia
70. Götzis 9,512 10,097 10,554 Vorarlberg
71. Bischofshofen 10,138 10,087 10,152 Salzburg
72. Köflach 11,276 10,671 10,134 Styria

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