Langegg bei Graz

  • ÖVP: 7
  • SPÖ: 2

Langegg bei Graz is a municipality east of Graz with 847 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2013 ) in Styria, in the district of Graz-Umgebung. From 1 January 2015 it has joined forces framework of the Styrian municipality structural reform with the communities Nestelbach bei Graz and precious Grub, the new community will continue to use the name " Nestelbach bei Graz ".

  • 4.1 Coat of Arms
  • 5.1 traffic
  • 6.1 Sons and daughters of the town


Geographical Location

Langegg bei Graz is located about 15 km east of the provincial capital of Graz in the East Styrian Hill Country between the Mur Valley and the valley of the Raab.

Community structure

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

  • Hirtenfeld (174 )
  • Kogel Book ( 91)
  • Lambach (30 )
  • Langegg -site ( 115)
  • Mittergoggitsch (208 )
  • Obergoggitsch (150)
  • Subparagraph (43 )
  • Stone Fence (28 )

The municipality comprises the cadastral Langegg.

Neighboring communities


In the princely March forage land register of 1268/69 the village was first mentioned. The local church as an autonomous body created in 1850. After the annexation of Austria in 1938, the community came to Reichsgau Styria, 1945-1955, she was part of the British zone of occupation in Austria.



Mayor is Joseph Adler. The council is made up after the elections of 2010 are as follows: 7 ÖVP, SPÖ 2

Coat of arms

The coat of arms shows in " in black a golden diagonally right step bars, is a red fox. "

Economy and infrastructure


The connection point Lassnitzhoehe (169 ) of the Southern Motorway (A2 ) is about 3 km away from Langegg.

In Langegg there is no train station. The nearest train station is about 5 km to the train station Laßnitzthal the Styrian Eastern Railway, the hourly regional train connections to Graz and track village offers.

Graz Airport is approximately 22 km away and can be reached via the motorway.


Sons and daughters of the town

  • Johann Joseph Fux ( 1660 - 1741) and baroque musicians and court conductor, born in the village of Hirtenfeld