Braunau am Inn District

The political district of Braunau am Inn, Upper Innviertel as a region, is the westernmost district of Upper Austria. It is bordered on the east by the districts Ried and Vöcklabruck, to the south by the district of Salzburg, in the west and north by the Bavarian districts of Traunstein, Altötting, Rott Valley Inn and Passau.


Administrative divisions

The district of Braunau am Inn is divided into 46 municipalities, including three cities and five market towns. The population figures are from 1 January 2013.

The most important of the abbreviations used are:

  • M = center of the municipality
  • Stt = district
  • R = Rotte
  • W = hamlet
  • D = village
  • ZH = Scattered houses
  • Sdlg = settlement
  • E = bowery (only if they have their own town code)

The complete list that uses the Statistics Austria, can be found at Topographic settlement Labelling according to STAT

Please note that some places may have different spellings. So Katastralgemeinden write differently than the same localities.

Source: Statistics Austria - List of Upper Austria (PDF)


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  • 55 elementary schools
  • 17 secondary schools
  • 2 Polytechnic Schools
  • 2 special schools
  • 2 vocational schools
  • 1 Bundesgymnasium
  • 1 Bundeshandelsakademie and Bundeshandelsschule
  • 1 Higher Technical and Vocational College
  • 1 Federal College of Business Administration
  • 2 Agricultural Technical and Vocational Schools


District Men

Born in Braunau am Inn district:

Friedrich Achleitner, Ruthilde Boesch, Edmund Glaise of Horstenau, Franz Xaver Gruber, Marianne Hagenhofer, Felizian Hegenauer, Adolf Hitler, Franz Jägerstätter, Franz Jetzinger, Christoph Kotanko, Landertinger, Johann Georg Meindl, Gerhard Pichlmair, Lukas Perman, Hans Plank, Hugo of Preen, Egon Ranshofen - Wertheimer, Susanne Riess- Passer, Theophil Ruderstaller, David Schießl, Rudi Schneider, Willi Schneider, Leopold Stiefel, Aloys Wach, Franz Wasner, Weidlinger, Franz angle Meier,


Burgfrau stone

Sanctuary of St. Florian in Uttendorf

Braunau am Inn parish church and remains of the old city walls

Square Braunau / Inn

Mattighofen 1700

Memorial Arbeitserziehungslager St. Pantaleon- Weyer

St. Radegund: grave of Franz Jägerstätter