The Imst district is an administrative district in the Austrian state of Tyrol. It is named Imst, the administrative seat and the only city of the district. It is bordered to the west by the district of Landeck, to the east by the district of Innsbruck Land, on the north by the district of Reutte and a small part of Bavaria ( Garmisch -Partenkirchen ) and to the south by South Tyrol.
The district includes a portion of the Upper Inn Valley with side valleys ( Ötztal, Pitztal and Gurgltal ) and the Mieminger plateau. The area is mainly formed of the valleys by high mountains (part of the Stubai and Ötztal Alps, Mieminger ).
Economy and infrastructure
The economy is strongly influenced by the service sector, especially here dominated the two seasonal tourism. The most important industrial location in Imst.
The largest enterprises are: Hofer (grocery stores), wood industry Pfeifer, MS-Design (Auto- Tuning parts), Sparkasse Imst and Riml hotels in Solden.
The district has a high number of commuters, especially in the Innsbruck area.
The Imst district is divided into 24 municipalities, including the City.
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 - Tirol list (PDF)
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