- ÖVP: 17
- SPÖ: 3
- GREEN: 2
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Seitenstettengasse is a market town with 3295 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2013 ) in the district of Amstetten in Lower Austria.
Seitenstettengasse is in the Most district in Lower Austria. The area of the municipality covers 30.48 square kilometers. 25.84 percent of the area is forested.
Seitenstettengasse includes the only village Seitenstettengasse, cadastral municipalities are:
- Seitenstettengasse village ( 28.17 km ²)
- Seitenstettengasse market (2.29 km ²)
In ancient times, the area was part of the province of Noricum. The place was first mentioned in documents in 1109. The local Benedictine monastery Seitenstetten was founded by the noble Reginbert from Haguenau and Udalschalk of silence and stitching in 1112. 1480 received Seitenstettengasse by Emperor Frederick III. awarded market rights. In the core Austrian state of Lower Austria lying, the place told the eventful history of Austria.
According to the results of the 2001 census, there were 3131 inhabitants. In 1991, the market town of 2981 inhabitants, 1981 and 2765 in 1971, 2664 inhabitants.
Culture and sights
- Seitenstetten with collegiate church with a monastery garden
- Cemetery Church St.. Veit
- Education Centre St. Benedict
The council has 23 seats, mayor of the municipality is Franz Deinhofer.
In the municipal elections of 2005, the ÖVP reached 15, the SPÖ and the Greens and the FPÖ 4 per 2 mandates. In the municipal elections of 2010, the FPÖ did not occur at the SPÖ lost one seat, the ÖVP won two seats, newly entering the municipal council is the list for Seitenstettengasse (FS ) with one seat
Economy and infrastructure
Non-agricultural work places there were in 2001 117, agricultural and forestry holdings according to the 1999 survey 130 The number of persons employed at the residence was according to the 2001 census, 1447. The employment rate in 2001 was 47.74 percent. Unemployed were at the site in 2003, on average 72 There is also the Stiftsgymnasium Seitenstettengasse.
- Lammasch Heinrich (1853-1920), the last Prime Minister of the Austrian Empire
- Paul Pfaffenbichler (1925-2003), architect
- Wolfgang Denk ( b. 1947 ), director of the museum