Hadres is a market town with 1674 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2013 ) in the district of Hollabrunn in Lower Austria.

  • 2.1 Population development
  • 7.1 Sons and daughters of the town


The wine is in the Hadres Pulkautal in the wine district of Lower Austria. The area of ​​the municipality covers 34.5 square kilometers. 8.99 percent of the area is forested. The wine-growing area is 756 ha (1999 ). In Hadres is with a length of 1.6 km, the longest structurally cellar lane of Europe, the Pulkau runs north to the Schatzberg and was used in 2002 as a motif for an Austrian 58- cent stamp.

Community structure

The municipality comprises the three villages (in brackets population as of 31 October 2011):

  • Hadres ( 697 )
  • Obritz (552 )
  • Untermarkersdorf ( 437)

The municipality comprises the cadastral Hadres, Obritz and Untermarkersdorf.


In the core Austrian state of Lower Austria lying the place informed the eventful history of Austria.

In the course of Babenberg securing the Grenzsaumes in Pulkautal after 1050, a follower Gottschalk moved in the form of a " Althufe " to. Secondary developed the name Haederichsdorf because the court held the " Haderiche " stand ( Lords of Nöstach ). In the late Middle Ages, a village developed by Zusiedlungen.

Population Development

According to the results of the 2001 census, there were 1,711 inhabitants. In 1991, the market town of 1,707 inhabitants in 1981 and 1,939 in 1971, 2,256 inhabitants.


Mayor of the municipality is Karl Weber, chief officer Christine Städtner. In the market there are a total of 19 council seats after the municipal elections of 14 March 2010, the following distribution of seats: 14 ÖVP, SPÖ 5, no other seats.

Culture and sights


The market town Hadres is home to two football clubs, the UFC Hadres markers village (2nd class Pulkautal ) and the UFC Obritz (1st class North / West). The youth teams of both clubs play in the JHG Northwest ( Northwest Youth major group ) of NÖFV.

Economy and infrastructure

Non-agricultural workplaces, there were 40 in 2001, agricultural and forestry holdings according to the 1999 survey 251 The number of persons employed at the residence was according to the 2001 census 727 The employment rate in 2001 was 43.6 percent.


Sons and daughters of the town

  • Hans Reith (1874-1941), Austrian politician ( SDAP )
  • Sepp Autrith (1896-1934), Austrian politician (NSDAP )
  • Lois Schiferl (1906-1979), Austrian folk poet