Frauenfeld District

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Frauenfeld District
Bezirk Frauenfeld
District
Location of Frauenfeld District
Country   Switzerland
Canton  Thurgau
Capital Frauenfeld
Area
 • Total 279.6 km2 (108.0 sq mi)
Population (2012)
 • Total 62,950
 • Density 230/km2 (580/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Municipalities 23

Frauenfeld District is one of the five districts of the canton of Thurgau, Switzerland. It has a population of 62,950 (as of 31 December 2012).[1] Its capital, and the capital of Thurgau, is the city of Frauenfeld.

The district contains the following municipalities:

Coat of arms Municipality Population
(31 December 2012)[1]
Area
km²
[2]
Basadingen-Schlattingen-Blazono.png Basadingen-Schlattingen 1,712 15.7
Berlingen Wappen 2.svg Berlingen 858 4.0
Diessenhofen.GIF Diessenhofen 3,513 10.0
Eschenz.GIF Eschenz 1,637 12.0
Felben-Wellhausen-Blazono.png Felben-Wellhausen 2,536 7.3
Frauenfeld-coat of arms.png Frauenfeld 23,948 27.4
Gachnang.jpg Gachnang 3,492 9.7
Herdern.gif Herdern 959 13.7
Homburg TG Wappen.png Homburg 1,471 24.1
Huettlingen-Turgovio-Blazono.png Hüttlingen 818 11.6
Hüttwilen.gif Hüttwilen 1,561 17.6
Mammern-Blazono.png Mammern 615 5.5
Matzingen-coat of arms.svg Matzingen 2,556 7.7
Muellheim-Blazono.png Müllheim 2,666 8.7
Neunforn-Blazonoj.png Neunforn 953 11.4
Pfyn.gif Pfyn 1,948 13.0
LOGO Schlatt TG.jpg Schlatt TG 1,624 15.5
Steckborn wappen.gif Steckborn 3,689 8.8
Stettfurt-Blazono.png Stettfurt 1,140 6.4
Thundorf-coat of arms.svg Thundorf 1,327 15.6
Uesslingen-Buch-Blazono.png Uesslingen-Buch 1,066 14.0
Wagenhausen(Turgovio)-Blazono.png Wagenhausen 1,649 11.2
Warth-Weiningen-Blazono.png Warth-Weiningen 1,212 8.3
Total (23) 62,950 279.6

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Statistical Office of Thurgau, MS Excel document – Wohnbevölkerung der Gemeinden am 31. Dezember 2012 nach Nationalität und Geschlecht (German) accessed 27 March 2013
  2. ^ Swiss Federal Statistical Office-Land Use Statistics 2009 data (German) accessed 25 March 2010

Coordinates: 47°33′N 8°53′E / 47.550°N 8.883°E / 47.550; 8.883