|• Mayor||Manfred Baumberger (SPÖ)|
|• Total||31.35 km2 (12.10 sq mi)|
|Elevation||289 m (948 ft)|
|• Density||520/km2 (1,300/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+2 (CEST)|
4052 and 4053
|Area code||07229, 07227 and 0732|
Ansfelden is a town in the Austrian state of Upper Austria. The rivers Traun and Krems run through the municipality. The town is perhaps best known for being the birthplace of the composer and organist Anton Bruckner.
In the town's coat of arms, granted on October 28, 1985, the wavy stripe represents the two rivers, the organ pipes the organist and composer Bruckner, and the cog-wheel the town's paper-mills and other older industries.
Between 1945 and 1964 the DP Camp Haid was located in the district Haid.
Local council (Gemeinderat)
Seats in the council, Elections 2015:
Sons and daughters of the city
- Anton Bruckner (1824–1896), composer, organist and teacher of music theory and pipe organ performance
- Walter Wimmer (1919–2003), politician (SPÖ) and member of parliament
- Hermann Aichmair (born 1924), university professor, author, painter and sculptor
- Hermann Krist (born 1959), politician (SPÖ) and member of parliament
- Josef Schicklgruber (1967), football player (goalkeeper).
People with relationship to the city
- Bernhard Sallmann (born 1967), German filmmaker; grew up in Ansfelden
- Werner Gruber (born 1970), neurophysicist and author; grew up in Ansfelden
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