Salzburgerland is one of the States of Austria. It has 7,154 square kilometres (2,762 sq mi) and 529,085 inhabitants. Its capital city is Salzburg.
Politics[change | change source]
The last results in March 2009[update] were:
The president is a SPÖ member.
History[change | change source]
In the Modern Era Salzburg was an independent state.
Language[change | change source]
Austrian German is the main written language. Austro-Bavarian language is also spoken, especially in the rural areas.
Administrative divisions[change | change source]
Salzburger Land has six districts, (Bezirke or Gaue):
Important cities and towns[change | change source]
Settlements in Salzburgerland with town privileges:
- Salzburg (pop. 148,521)
- Hallein (20,022)
- Saalfelden (16,046)
- Sankt Johann im Pongau (10,740)
- Bischofshofen (10,352)
- Zell am See (9,683)
- Seekirchen (9,945)
- Neumarkt am Wallersee (5,846)
- Oberndorf bei Salzburg (5,600)
- Mittersill (5,443)
- Radstadt (4,864)