Bregenz District

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Bezirk Bregenz
District
Karte-vorarlberg-B.png
Country Austria
State Vorarlberg
Number of municipalities 40
Area
 • Total 863.37 km2 (333.35 sq mi)
Population (2012[1])
 • Total 130,425
 • Density 150/km2 (390/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)

The Bezirk Bregenz is an administrative district (Bezirk) in Vorarlberg, Austria. It comprises the Bregenz Forest region, the Leiblach valley, and the Austrian part of Lake Constance.

The area of the district is 863.37 km², its population is 130,425 (2012), and the population density is 151 people per km². The administrative centre of the district is Bregenz.

Historical population
Year Pop. ±%
1869 41,186 —    
1880 41,628 +1.1%
1890 44,864 +7.8%
1900 49,479 +10.3%
1910 53,785 +8.7%
1923 51,644 −4.0%
1934 56,304 +9.0%
1939 56,407 +0.2%
1951 70,056 +24.2%
1961 78,958 +12.7%
1971 95,235 +20.6%
1981 105,345 +10.6%
1991 115,500 +9.6%
2001 121,123 +4.9%
Source: Statistik Austria

Administrative divisions[edit]

The district is divided into 40 municipalities, one of them is a town, and four are market towns.

Towns[edit]

  1. Bregenz (28,012)

Market towns[edit]

  1. Bezau (1,976)
  2. Hard (12,696)
  3. Lauterach (9,612)
  4. Wolfurt (8,173)

Municipalities[edit]

  1. Alberschwende (3,139)
  2. Andelsbuch (2,356)
  3. Au (1,684)
  4. Bildstein (714)
  5. Bizau (1,015)
  6. Buch (556)
  7. Damüls (324)
  8. Doren (1,024)
  9. Egg (3,452)
  10. Eichenberg (379)
  11. Fußach (3,726)
  12. Gaißau (1,700)
  13. Hittisau (1,852)
  14. Höchst (7,764)
  15. Hohenweiler (1,261)
  16. Hörbranz (6,357)
  17. Kennelbach (1,860)
  18. Krumbach (2,252)
  19. Langen (1,300)
  20. Langenegg (1,066)
  21. Lingenau (1,341)
  22. Lochau (5,490)
  23. Mellau (1,311)
  24. Mittelberg (5,013)
  25. Möggers (517)
  26. Reuthe (611)
  27. Riefensberg (1,024)
  28. Schnepfau (472)
  29. Schoppernau (934)
  30. Schröcken (228)
  31. Schwarzach (3,746)
  32. Schwarzenberg (1,822)
  33. Sibratsgfäll (395)
  34. Sulzberg (1,760)
  35. Warth (1,521)

(population numbers 2012)

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "vorarlberg.at Landesstatistik Bevölkerung". Land Vorarlberg. Retrieved 2008-08-04. 

Coordinates: 47°24′N 10°00′E / 47.4°N 10°E / 47.4; 10