Langenzersdorf is a market town in the district of Korneuburg in Lower Austria with 7996 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2013).

  • 5.1 Regular events
  • 5.2 Specialty


Langenzersdorf lies in the wine district in Lower Austria. The village is situated on the northern bank of the Danube in the Vienna gate, and thus lies exactly between the Danube and Bisamberg. The area of ​​the municipality covers 10.68 square kilometers. 14.66 percent of the area is forested.

The northern end of the artificial Danube Island is located near Langenzersdorf. The island is separated by the intake structure Langenzersdorf of the Danube and is an integral part of the Vienna flood protection represents the lock was built in 1975 in the wake of the Vienna Danube regulation.

There are no other cadastral except Langenzersdorf.

Neighboring communities:


Finds in the local area occupy a Middle Neolithic ( Lengyel culture), Middle Bronze Age, Urnfield and Hallstatt settlement. The 1955-1956 Venus in the district " Burleiten " found by Langenzersdorf is a testimony of this cultural epoch.

Langenzersdorf was first documented in 1108. Located on the other side of the Danube Stift Klosterneuburg was the largest landowner in the 12th century and held the rule. The 1680 Long Grossenzersdorf place indicated was coaching since the mid-17th century. Middle of the 19th century, a ship station and a station on the North Western Railway Company were established, which brought the city an economic boost. From the end of the 19th century increasingly villas and garden houses were built.

To October 15, 1938 Langenzersdorf was part of the 21 municipality of Greater Vienna.

In Tuttenhof the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute was founded in 1943 for Crop Plant Research, whose director Hans Stubbe was. The following year, this generous support received by the German Research Foundation; the research done in the framework of the General Plan East. After the 2nd World War the Institute was relocated to Central Germany, where it existed from 1945 to 1991 as the Central Institute of Genetics and Crop Plant Research of the Academy of Sciences of the GDR, as the successor to 1992, the Leibniz Institute was founded for Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research.

After the Second World War Langenzersdorf belonged to the Soviet occupation zone of Lower Austria, however, was constitutionally until 1954 part of Greater Vienna with legislative restrictions. Only 1954 Langenzersdorf as an independent municipality was again part of the district Korneuburg. 1960 Langenzersdorf was raised to the market town.

Since 2006 Langenzersdorf is part of the micro-region " 10 gates of Vienna ".


  • Mayor of the municipality is Andreas Arbesser (ÖVP ), Office manager Helmut Haider.
  • In the market there are local council after the local elections in 2010 with a total of 33 seats following distribution of seats:
  • 20 ÖVP, SPÖ 6, Green 5, FPÖ 2


Culture and sights

  • Parish Church of St. Catherine Langenzersdorf: Early Gothic, Baroque style later
  • Statue of St. John Nepomuk: 1766 created by Stefan Gabriel Steinböck, volute with scenes from the history of
  • Aukapelle: 1st half of 19th century
  • Peterka image Stock: in the Pamessergasse 17
  • Max Brand Archive and recording studio:
  • Aupark
  • Schubert Park
  • Praderpark
  • Kellergasse


  • Hanak - Museum: Presentation of works by the sculptor Anton Hanak
  • Siegfried Charoux Museum: dedicated to Siegfried Charoux, sculptor of Expressionism
  • Heritage Museum:

Recreation and Sports

  • Recreation area naval battle
  • Hiking Trails: The trails are obtained from the mountain and hiking Wiener country Langenzersdorf
  • Golf Club Tuttenhof
  • Turnverein Langenzersdorf ( ÖTB )
  • SV Langenzersdorf
  • Union
  • 12 Hours Langenzersdorf ( running event )
  • Literary Biking - Lite bike ride
  • Soapbox

Regular events

  • Annual Carnival parade on the last Saturday of carnival
  • KJ- ball on the Saturday of Carnival in the ballroom
  • Christmas market in front of the parish church of St. Catherine on the first weekend of Advent
  • Punch week ( club Langenzersdorfer help Langenzersdorfern )
  • Cellar lane party along the Langenzersdorfer Kellergasse


Langenzersdorf and has long been a well-known center of viticulture. Then also have many wine taverns in the town.

In the spring of 2000, decided seven vintners of the place, to create a common wine. The criteria to be produced grapes have been determined together, and during the growing season several vineyard inspections were carried out. The common reading date was determined, and the grapes were gently processed in a wine cellar on the Bisamberg. The variety Grüner Veltliner and Riesling ripe now to the Langenzersdorfer " Venus Cuveé ". Parallel to the grape production Langenzersdorfer artists were invited to a label competition, with the theme of Venus and wine. Martina Schettina won this competition.

To mark the 900 -year celebration of Langenzersdorf in 2008 it was of course mandatory for the wine club to play its part here too, and so created the same winemaker of Venus wine the " ENZO " wine. Named after the founder of Langenzersdorf was raised here as a counterpart to the white, female Venus blend of red, male Enzowein from the baptism. Here, a Cabernet Sauvignon was used. Similar to the design of the Venus label here, a competition was launched among children, and as the mascot of the 900 -year celebration Langenzersdorf adorns this wine label.

Economy and infrastructure

Due to its location on the outskirts of Vienna Langenzersdorf is a popular business location. The industrial center Langenzersdorf -South is located directly on the border to Vienna. Classic Commercial in Langenzersdorf are the viticulture and fruit growing and agriculture with special crops.

Non-agricultural work places there were in 2001 393, agricultural and forestry holdings according to the 1999 survey 25 The number of persons employed at the residence was according to the 2001 census, 3,342. The employment rate in 2001 was 48.2 percent.


  • Elementary school Langenzersdorf
  • New secondary school Langenzersdorf
  • Federal College of Viticulture and Pomology Klosterneuburg: on Rehgraben is the experimental farm Götzhof the HTL
  • Music School Langenzersdorf


Sons and daughters

  • Leopold perch (1888-1945), politician
  • Wolfgang Motz (* 1963), politician
  • Butschek Eugenie, the wife of Otto Primavesi

Other persons related to the market town of

  • Kaspar Schrammelmusik (1811-1895), composer, died in Langenzersdorf
  • Anton Hanak (1875-1934), sculptor, lived and worked from 1901 to 1923 in Langenzersdorf
  • Eduard Klablena (1881-1933), potters of the Wiener Werkstätte with studio in Langenzersdorf 1911-1933
  • Lina voivode (1886-1971), actress, buried in Langenzersdorf
  • Max Brand (1896-1980), composer (electronic music ), died in Langenzersdorf
  • Oskar Sima (1896-1969), actor, buried in Langenzersdorf
  • Günther Frank ( b. 1936 ), actor, presenter, singer and painter, lives in Langenzersdorf
  • Helmut A. Gansterer (* 1946), journalist and author, lives in Langenzersdorf
  • Martina Schettina (* 1961), a painter with a studio in Langenzersdorf