Feldkirchen District

The district Feldkirchen since 1 January 1982, an administrative district of the Austrian federal state of Carinthia. Before that, the communities were in 1850 assigned to the district Klagenfurt-Land, from 1 October 1903 to the formation of an independent district Feldkirchen was a Political Expositur which, although was assigned to direct execution a majority of all competencies, but was bound by instructions the Klagenfurt district captain over.


The district is located in the Gurktaler Alps in the north of Carinthia, where it borders on the province of Styria. It includes the top Gurktal and ranges in the southeast to in the Klagenfurt Basin in, in the southwest up to the Ossiach. With 558.56 km ² it is relative to the area - apart from the statutory cities of Klagenfurt and Villach - the smallest and with respect to the population with 30 273 (as of 2001) is the second smallest district of Carinthia.

Adjacent authorities


The district Feldkirchen divided into ten municipalities, including the City. (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 locality 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 - Carinthia list (PDF)


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