Ebenthal

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For the town in Lower Austria, see Ebenthal, Lower Austria.
Ebenthal in Kärnten
Coat of arms of Ebenthal in Kärnten
Coat of arms
Ebenthal in Kärnten is located in Austria
Ebenthal in Kärnten
Ebenthal in Kärnten
Location within Austria
Coordinates: 46°36′34″N 14°21′20″E / 46.60944°N 14.35556°E / 46.60944; 14.35556Coordinates: 46°36′34″N 14°21′20″E / 46.60944°N 14.35556°E / 46.60944; 14.35556
Country Austria
State Carinthia
District Klagenfurt-Land
Government
 • Mayor Franz Felsberger (SPÖ)
Area
 • Total 54.99 km2 (21.23 sq mi)
Elevation 415-855 m (−2,390 ft)
Population (1 January 2013)[1]
 • Total 7,710
 • Density 140/km2 (360/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 9065
Area code 0463
Vehicle registration KL
Website www.ebenthal.co.at

Ebenthal (Slovene: Žrelec) is a town in the district of Klagenfurt-Land in the Austrian state of Carinthia.

Geography[edit]

Ebenthal lies southeast of Klagenfurt. The Sattnitz Mountains stretch east and west and are a popular goal for outings. The Glan and the Gurk flow through the municipality and into the nearby Wörther Lake. The Glanfurt flows into the Glan near the middle of the municipality. The Radsberg forms the southern boundary of the municipality.

The nature reserve Höflein-Moor is in the municipality.

Population[edit]

According to the 2001 census 4.2% of the population are Carinthian Slovenes.

Village Number of peoople 1991 Percent of Slovenes 1991 Percent of Slovenes 1951
Kossiach/Kozje 60 31.7% 21.3%
Kreuth/Rute 93 72.0% 86.7%
Lipizach/Lipica 54 33.3% 3.1%
Radsberg/Radiše 88 75.0% 100%
Schwarz/Dvorec 143 12.6% 29.4%
Tutzach/Tuce 134 31.3% 69.4%
Werouzach/Verovce 35 60.0% 100%
Kosasmojach/Kozasmoje 35 0% 95.0%
Moosberg/Kajže 14 35.7% 75.0%
Berg/Rute pri Medgorjah 91 17.6% 76.9%
Mieger/Medgorje 2 0% 33.3%
Hinterberg/Zagorje 10 0% 35.7%
Sabuatach/Zablate 21 0% 96.2%
Kohldorf/Vogle 85 0% 95.7%
Obermieger/Zg. Medgorje 94 2.2% 87.7%
Obitschach/Običe 139 1.4% 91.3%
Haber/Gaber 38 0% 92.4%
Rottenstein/Podgrad 148 8.8% 91.3%
Saager/Zagorje 20 0% 89.3%

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