Spittal an der Drau District

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Spittal an der Drau District

Bezirk Spittal an der Drau
CountryAustria
StateCarinthia
Number of municipalities33
Area
 • Total2,763.99 km2 (1,067.18 sq mi)
Population
 (2001)
 • Total81,719
 • Density30/km2 (77/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+02:00 (CEST)
Telephone prefix42.../47.../48...
NUTS codeAT212

Bezirk Spittal an der Drau is an administrative district in Carinthia, Austria. The administrative centre is also named Spittal an der Drau.

The highest point is the peak of the Grossglockner, Austria's highest mountain at 3,798 metres (12,461 ft). The district also includes Millstätter See and Weissensee, two of the major Carinthian lakes.

Administrative divisions[change | change source]

The district is divided into 33 municipalities, three of them are towns and nine of them are market towns.

Towns[change | change source]

  1. Gmünd (Slovene: Sovodje; 2,605)
  2. Radenthein (Slovene: Radenče; 6,620)
  3. Spittal an der Drau (Slovene: Špital ob Dravi; 16,045)

Market towns[change | change source]

  1. Greifenburg (1,911)
  2. Lurnfeld (Slovene: Lurnsko polje; 2,718)
  3. Millstatt (Slovene: Milje; 3,351)
  4. Oberdrauburg (Slovene: Gornji Dravograd; 1,334)
  5. Obervellach (Slovene: Zgornja Bela; 2,540)
  6. Sachsenburg (1,438)
  7. Seeboden (Slovene: Jezernica; 6,045)
  8. Steinfeld (Slovene: Kamen; 2,291)
  9. Winklern (Slovene: Kotlje; 1,134)

Municipalities[change | change source]

  1. Bad Kleinkirchheim (Slovene: Cirkniške Toplice; 1,863)
  2. Baldramsdorf (1,819)
  3. Berg im Drautal (Slovene: Gora v Dravski dolini; 1,373)
  4. Dellach im Drautal (Slovene: Dole v Dravski dolini; 1,769)
  5. Flattach (1,373)
  6. Großkirchheim (Slovene: Veliko Cirkno; 1,606)
  7. Heiligenblut(Slovene: Sveta Kri) (1,185)
  8. Irschen (Slovene: Rženo; 2,080)
  9. Kleblach-Lind (1,299)
  10. Krems in Kärnten (2,157)
  11. Lendorf (1,776)
  12. Mallnitz (Slovene: Malnice; 1,027)
  13. Malta (2,185)
  14. Mörtschach (Slovene: Morče; 942)
  15. Mühldorf (Slovene: Mlina Vas; 963)
  16. Rangersdorf (1,805)
  17. Reißeck (Slovene: Rajžek; 2,521)
  18. Rennweg am Katschberg (2,025)
  19. Stall (1,868)
  20. Trebesing (Slovene: Trebežinče; 1,263)
  21. Weißensee (Slovene: Belo jezero; 788)

(Population figures as of May 15, 2001)

Coordinates: 46°49′59″N 13°18′22″E / 46.833°N 13.306°E / 46.833; 13.306