Kitzbühel District

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Bezirk Kitzbühel
District
Karte-tirol-KB.png
Country Austria
State Tyrol
Number of municipalities 20
Area
 • Total 1,163.06 km2 (449.06 sq mi)
Population (2012)
 • Total 61,966
 • Density 53/km2 (140/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)

The Bezirk Kitzbühel is an administrative district (Bezirk) in Tyrol, Austria. It borders Bavaria (Germany) in the north, the Kufstein and Schwaz districts in the west, and the Pinzgau region (Salzburg) in the east and south.

Area of the district is 1,163.06 km², population was 61,966 (January 1, 2012), and population density 53 persons per km². Administrative center of the district is Kitzbühel.

Historical population
Year Pop. ±%
1869 22,639 —    
1880 23,138 +2.2%
1890 23,092 −0.2%
1900 23,718 +2.7%
1910 26,739 +12.7%
1923 27,577 +3.1%
1934 30,502 +10.6%
1939 31,111 +2.0%
1951 36,669 +17.9%
1961 39,795 +8.5%
1971 46,516 +16.9%
1981 49,747 +6.9%
1991 54,127 +8.8%
2001 59,191 +9.4%
Source: Statistik Austria

Administrative divisions[edit]

The district is divided into 20 municipalities, one of them is a town, and three of them are market towns.

Towns[edit]

  1. Kitzbühel (8,134)

Market towns[edit]

  1. Fieberbrunn (4,396)
  2. Hopfgarten im Brixental (5,556)
  3. Sankt Johann in Tirol (8,734)

Municipalities[edit]

  1. Aurach bei Kitzbühel (1,125)
  2. Brixen im Thale (2,673)
  3. Going am Wilden Kaiser (1,866)
  4. Hochfilzen (1,139)
  5. Itter (1,176)
  6. Jochberg (1,583)
  7. Kirchberg in Tirol (5,102)
  8. Kirchdorf in Tirol (3,859)
  9. Kössen (4,202)
  10. Oberndorf in Tirol (2,019)
  11. Reith bei Kitzbühel (1,678)
  12. Sankt Jakob in Haus (759)
  13. Sankt Ulrich am Pillersee (1,609)
  14. Schwendt (790)
  15. Waidring (1,946)
  16. Westendorf (3,620)

(population numbers January 1, 2012)

Coordinates: 47°30′N 12°24′E / 47.5°N 12.4°E / 47.5; 12.4