|• Mayor||Christian Gepp (ÖVP)|
|• Total||9.71 km2 (3.75 sq mi)|
|Elevation||168 m (551 ft)|
|Population (1 January 2014)|
|• Density||1,300/km2 (3,300/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
|Website||Stadt Korneuburg (German)|
Korneuburg (German pronunciation: [kɔʁˈnɔʏbʊʁk]) is a town in Austria. It is located in the state Lower Austria and is the administrative center of the district of Korneuburg. Korneuburg is situated on the left bank of the Danube, opposite the city of Klosterneuburg, and is 12 km northwest of Vienna. It covers an area of 9.71 square km and as of 2001 there were 11,032 inhabitants.
Korneuburg was originally a bank settlement associated with Klosterneuburg under the name Nivenburg. It was first mentioned in 1136, and in 1298 received the right to formal separation from Klosterneuburg. Military campaigns involving the city include the Battle of Vienna, the Thirty Years' War, the French Revolutionary Wars, and the Oil Campaign of World War II.
- Johann Georg Lickl (1769–1843), Austrian composer
- Rudolph Philip Waagner (de) (1827–1888), civil engineer
- Max Burckhard (1854–1912)
- Nikolaus "Nico" (Josef Michael) Dostal (1895–1981), Austrian composer
- Viktor Matejka (de) (1901–1993), Austrian writer, politician
- Helmuth Lehner (born 1968), singer and guitarist of the blackened death metal band Belphegor
- Kurt Binder (born 1944), Austrian physicist
- Mario Majstorović (born 1977)
- Im Fokus: Wolfgang Peterl (german) Interview of the KO2100 Korneuburg Community
- Statistik Austria - Bevölkerung zu Jahres- und Quartalsanfang, 2014-01-01.
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