Hengersberg

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Hengersberg
Coat of arms of Hengersberg
Coat of arms
Hengersberg  is located in Germany
Hengersberg
Hengersberg
Coordinates: 48°47′N 13°3′E / 48.783°N 13.050°E / 48.783; 13.050Coordinates: 48°47′N 13°3′E / 48.783°N 13.050°E / 48.783; 13.050
Country Germany
State Bavaria
Admin. region Lower Bavaria
District Deggendorf
Government
 • Mayor Christian Mayer (Free Voters)
Area
 • Total 45.80 km2 (17.68 sq mi)
Population (2013-12-31)[1]
 • Total 7,171
 • Density 160/km2 (410/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 94469
Dialling codes 0991
Vehicle registration DEG

Hengersberg is a municipality in Bavaria in the district Deggendorf.

Districts[edit]

Districts are: Hengersberg, Altenufer, Anzenberg, Boxbach, Buch, Edermanning, Emming, Erkerding, Erlachhof, Eusching, Frohnhofen, Furth, Grubmühle, Heiming, Hinterweinberg, Holzberg, Holzerreuth, Hörgolding, Hörpling, Hub, Hubmühle, Hütting, Kading, Killersberg, Klausberg, Lapferding, Leebbergheim, Lichtenöd, Lohof, Manzing, Matzing, Mimming, Mutzenwinkl, Neulust, Nußberg, Oberanzenberg, Oberellenbach, Oberreith, Obersimbach, Pfaffing, Ponau, Rading, Reichersdorf, Reisach, Schlott, Schwanenkirchen, Schwarzach, Sicking, Siederding, Siedersberg, Thannberg, Trainding, Unterellenbach, Unterfrohnstetten, Unterreith, Untersimbach, Viehdorf, Vorderweinberg, Walmering, Waltersdorf, Weickering, Wessenhof, Würzing, Zilling.

History[edit]

Hengersberg was founded 997 as "Helmgeresberg" by Gotthard of Niederalteich.

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