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Güssing District

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Country  Austria
Time zone  CET (UTC+1)
Population  26,636 (2012)
Team  SV Stegersbach
State  Burgenland
NUTS code  ?
Number of municipalities  28
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Points of interest  Burg Güssing, Freilichtmuseum Ensemble Gerersdorf, Hochseilgarten stegerspark OG, Landtechnikmuseum St Michael, Kellerviertel Heiligenbrunn Freilichtmuseum

The Bezirk Güssing (Croatian: Kotar Novi Grad) is an administrative district (Bezirk) in the federal state of Burgenland, Austria, bordering on Vas Megye (County) Hungary, of which it had been a part prior to 1921.

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Map of G%C3%BCssing District, Austria

Area of the district is 486.71 km², with a population of 26,636 (2012), and population density 55 persons per km². Administrative center of the district is Güssing.

Administrative divisions

The district consists of the below municipalities and towns, the former Hungarian names of some of which are given in parentheses:

  • Bildein (361)
  • Bocksdorf (800)
  • Burgauberg-Neudauberg (1,375)
  • Eberau (1,004)
  • Gerersdorf-Sulz (1,044)
  • Großmürbisch (262)
  • Güssing (3,798)
  • Güttenbach (938)
  • Hackerberg (363)
  • Heiligenbrunn (837)
  • Heugraben (222)
  • Inzenhof (328)
  • Kleinmürbisch (250)
  • Kukmirn (2,011)
  • Moschendorf (407)
  • Neuberg im Burgenland (1,020)
  • Neustift bei Güssing (507)
  • Olbendorf (1,408)
  • Ollersdorf im Burgenland (975)
  • Rauchwart (458)
  • Rohr im Burgenland (382)
  • Sankt Michael im Burgenland (1,018)
  • Stegersbach (2,558)
  • Stinatz (1,412)
  • Strem (928)
  • Tobaj (1,393)
  • Tschanigraben (72)
  • Wörterberg (505)
  • References

    Güssing District Wikipedia


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