Villach-Land

Bezirk Villach-Land
StateCarinthia
Population64,698 (2001)
Area1009.3 km
Number of
municipalities
19
NUTS code?
Time Zone
• Summer DST
CET: UTC+1
CEST: UTC+2
Telephone prefix+43-?
Car registration plateVL


Bezirk Villach-Land is a district of the state of Carinthia in Austria.

Municipalities



Towns (Städte) are indicated in boldface; market towns (Marktgemeinden) in italics; suburbs, hamlets and other subdivisions of a municipality are indicated in small characters.
  • Arnoldstein (1)
  • Agoritschach, Arnoldstein, Erlendorf, Gailitz, Greuth, Hart, Hart, Krainberg, Krainegg, Lind, Maglern, Neuhaus an der Gail, Oberthörl, Pessendellach, Pöckau, Radendorf, Riegersdorf, Seltschach, St. Leonhard bei Siebenbrünn, Thörl-Maglern-Greuth, Tschau, Unterthörl
  • Bad Bleiberg (2)
  • Bad Bleiberg, Bleiberg-Kreuth, Bleiberg-Nötsch, Bleiberg-Nötsch, Hüttendorf, Kadutschen
  • Finkenstein am Faaker See (3)
  • Altfinkenstein, Faak am See, Finkenstein, Fürnitz, Gödersdorf, Goritschach, Höfling, Kopein, Korpitsch, Latschach, Ledenitzen, Mallenitzen, Müllnern, Neumüllnern, Oberaichwald, Oberferlach, Outschena, Petschnitzen, Pogöriach, Ratnitz, Sigmontitsch, St. Job, Stobitzen, Susalitsch, Techanting, Unteraichwald, Unterferlach, Untergreuth
  • Nötsch im Gailtal (4)
  • Bach, Dellach, Emmersdorf, Förk, Glabatschach, Hermsberg, Kerschdorf, Kreublach, Kühweg, Labientschach, Michelhofen, Nötsch, Poglantschach, Saak, Semering, St. Georgen im Gailtal, Wertschach
  • Paternion (5)
  • Aifersdorf, Boden, Duel, Ebenwald, Feffernitz, Feistritz an der Drau, Feistritz an der Drau-Neusiedlung, Kamering, Kamering, Kreuzen, Mühlboden, Neu-Feffernitz, Nikelsdorf, Patendorf, Paternion, Pobersach, Pogöriach, Pöllan, Rubland, Tragail, Tragin
  • Rosegg (6)
  • Berg, Bergl, Buchheim, Dolintschach, Drau, Duel, Emmersdorf, Frög, Frojach, Kleinberg, Obergoritschach, Pirk, Raun, Rosegg, St. Johann, St. Lambrecht, St. Martin, Untergoritschach
  • Sankt Jakob im Rosental (7)
  • Dragositschach, Dreilach, Feistritz, Fresnach, Frießnitz, Gorintschach, Greuth, Kanin, Längdorf, Lessach, Maria Elend, Mühlbach, Rosenbach, Schlatten, Srajach, St. Jakob im Rosental, St. Oswald, St. Peter, Tallach, Tösching, Winkl
  • Treffen (8)
  • Annenheim, Äußere Einöde, Buchholz, Deutschberg, Eichholz, Görtschach, Innere Einöde, Kanzelhöhe, Köttwein, Kras, Lötschenberg, Niederdorf, Oberdorf, Ossiachberg, Pölling, Retzen, Sattendorf, Schloss Treffen, Seespitz, Stöcklweingarten, Töbring, Treffen, Tschlein, Verditz, Winklern
  • Velden am Wörther See (9)
  • Aich, Augsdorf, Bach, Dieschitz, Dröschitz, Duel, Fahrendorf, Göriach, Kantnig, Kerschdorf, Köstenberg, Kranzlhofen, Latschach, Lind ob Velden, Oberdorf, Oberjeserz, Oberwinklern, Pulpitsch, Rajach, Saisserach, Selpritsch, Sonnental, St. Egyden, Sternberg, Treffen, Unterjeserz, Unterwinklern, Velden am Wörther See, Weinzierl, Wurzen
  • Afritz am See (10)
  • Afritz, Berg ob Afritz, Gassen, Kraa, Lierzberg, Möderboden, Scherzboden, Tassach, Tauchenberg, Tobitsch
  • Arriach (11)
  • Arriach, Berg ob Arriach, Dreihofen, Hinterbuchholz, Hinterwinkl, Hundsdorf, Innerteuchen, Laastadt, Oberwöllan, Sauboden, Sauerwald, Stadt, Unterwöllan, Vorderwinkl, Waldweg
  • Feistritz an der Gail (12)
  • Feld am See (13)
  • Erlach, Feld am See, Feldpannalpe, Klamberg, Rauth, Schattseite, Untersee, Wiesen
  • Ferndorf (14)
  • Beinten, Döbriach, Ferndorf, Glanz, Gschriet, Insberg, Lang, Politzen, Rudersdorf, Sonnwiesen, St. Jakob, St. Paul
  • Fresach (15)
  • Amberg, Fresach, Laas, Mitterberg, Mooswald, Tragenwinkel
  • Hohenthurn (16)
  • Achomitz, Draschitz, Dreulach, Göriach, Hohenthurn, Stossau
  • Stockenboi (17)
  • Aichach, Alberden, Drußnitz, Gassen, Hammergraben, Hochegg, Hollernach, Liesing, Mauthbrücken, Mösel, Ried, Rosental, Scharnitzen, Seetal am Goldeck, Stockenboi, Tragail, Unteralm, Weißenbach, Wiederschwing, Ziebl, Zlan
  • Weißenstein (18)
  • Gummern, Kellerberg, Lansach, Lauen, Puch, Stadelbach, Stuben, Töplitsch, Tscheuritsch, Uggowitz, Weißenbach, Weißenstein
  • Wernberg (19)
  • Damtschach, Dragnitz, Duel, Föderlach I, Föderlach II, Goritschach, Gottestal, Kaltschach, Kantnig, Kletschach, Krottendorf, Lichtpold, Neudorf, Neudorf, Ragain, Sand, Schleben, Stallhofen, Sternberg, Terlach, Trabenig, Umberg, Wernberg, Wudmath, Zettin

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Austria

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Carinthia (German: Kärnten, Slovenian: Koroška) is the southernmost Austrian state or Land; it is chiefly famous for its mountains and lakes.
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Arnoldstein (Slovene: Podklošter) is a town in the district of Villach-Land in Carinthia in Austria.


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Bad Bleiberg (Slovene: Plejberk pri Beljaku) is a spa and mining town in the district of Villach-Land in Carinthia in Austria, west of the district capital of Villach.


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Finkenstein am Faaker See (Slovene: Bekštanj) is a town in the district of Villach-Land in Carinthia in Austria.

According to the 2001 census 5.6% of the population are Carinthian Slovenes.
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Nötsch im Gailtal (Slovene: Čajna)is a town in the district of Villach-Land in Carinthia in Austria.


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Paternion (Slovene: Špaterjan) is a town in the district of Villach-Land in Carinthia in Austria. Its name is derived from that of Saint Paternian.[1]


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Rosegg (slovene Rožek) is a town in the district of Villach-Land in Carinthia in Austria.

Neighboring municipalities


Wernberg Velden am Wörthersee
Villach
Finkenstein am Faaker See Sankt Jakob im Rosental
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Sankt Jakob im Rosental (slovene Šentjakob v Rožu) is a town in the district of Villach-Land in Carinthia in Austria.

According to the 2001 census 16.4% of the population are Carinthian Slovenes.
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Treffen (slovene Trebinje) is a town in the district of Villach-Land in Carinthia in Austria.


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Velden am Wörther See (slovene Vrba ob Jezeru) is a town in the district of Villach-Land in Carinthia in Austria.


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Afritz am See (Slovene: Zobrce) is a town in the district of Villach-Land in Carinthia in Austria.


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Arriach is a town in the district of Villach-Land in Carinthia in Austria.

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Bad Kleinkirchheim Reichenau Gnesau
Afritz am See Himmelberg
Treffen Steindorf


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