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Tulln (district)

Bezirk Tulln
Country Austria
State Lower Austria
Number of municipalities 21
 • Total 653.0 km2 (252.1 sq mi)
Population (2001)
 • Total 64,600
 • Density 99/km2 (260/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)

Bezirk Tulln is a district of the state of Lower Austria in Austria.


Suburbs, hamlets and other subdivisions of a municipality are indicated in small characters.

  • Absdorf
    • Absberg
  • Atzenbrugg
  • Fels am Wagram
    • Fels am Wagram, Gösing am Wagram, Stettenhof, Thürnthal
  • Grafenwörth
  • Großriedenthal
    • Großriedenthal, Neudegg, Ottenthal
  • Großweikersdorf
    • Ameistal, Baumgarten am Wagram, Großweikersdorf, Großwiesendorf, Kleinwiesendorf, Ruppersthal, Tiefenthal
  • Judenau-Baumgarten
    • Baumgarten am Tullnerfeld, Freundorf, Judenau, Zöfing
  • Kirchberg am Wagram
    • Altenwörth, Dörfl, Engelmannsbrunn, Gigging, Kirchberg am Wagram, Kollersdorf, Mallon, Mitterstockstall, Neustift im Felde, Oberstockstall, Sachsendorf, Unterstockstall, Winkl
  • Königsbrunn am Wagram
    • Bierbaum am Kleebühel, Frauendorf an der Au, Hippersdorf, Königsbrunn am Wagram, Utzenlaa, Zaußenberg
  • Königstetten
    • -
  • Langenrohr
    • Asparn, Kronau, Langenrohr, Langenschönbichl, Neusiedl
  • Michelhausen
    • Atzelsdorf, Michelhausen, Michelndorf, Mitterndorf, Pixendorf, Rust im Tullnerfeld, Spital, Streithofen
  • Muckendorf-Wipfing
    • Muckendorf an der Donau, Wipfing
  • Sieghartskirchen
    • Abstetten, Dietersdorf, Einsiedl, Elsbach, Flachberg, Gerersdorf, Gollarn, Henzing, Kogl, Kracking, Kreuth, Kronstein, Ollern, Öpping, Penzing, Plankenberg, Ranzelsdorf, Rappoltenkirchen, Reichersberg, Ried am Riederberg, Riederberg, Röhrenbach, Sieghartskirchen, Steinhäusl, Wagendorf, Weinzierl
  • Sitzenberg-Reidling
    • Ahrenberg, Baumgarten, Eggendorf, Hasendorf, Neustift, Reidling, Sitzenberg, Thallern
  • Sankt Andrä-Wördern
    • Altenberg, Greifenstein, Hadersfeld, Hintersdorf, Kirchbach, St. Andrä vor dem Hagenthale, Wördern
  • Tulbing
    • Chorherrn, Katzelsdorf, Tulbing, Wilfersdorf
  • Tulln an der Donau
    • Frauenhofen, Langenlebarn-Oberaigen, Langenlebarn-Unteraigen, Mollersdorf, Neuaigen, Nitzing, Staasdorf, Trübensee, Tulln an der Donau
  • Würmla
    • Anzing, Diendorf, Egelsee, Gotthartsberg, Grub, Gumperding, Hankenfeld, Holzleiten, Jetzing, Mittermoos, Pöding, Saladorf, Untermoos, Waltendorf, Würmla
  • Zeiselmauer-Wolfpassing
    • Wolfpassing, Zeiselmauer
  • Zwentendorf
    • Bärndorf, Buttendorf, Dürnrohr, Erpersdorf, Kaindorf, Kleinschönbichl, Maria Ponsee, Oberbierbaum, Pischelsdorf, Preuwitz, Zwentendorf an der Donau

Coordinates: 48°19′48″N 15°58′48″E / 48.330°N 15.980°E / 48.330; 15.980

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