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Großriedenthal

Großriedenthal

Coat of arms
Großriedenthal
Großriedenthal
Location within Austria

Coordinates: 48°29′00″N 15°52′00″E / 48.48333°N 15.86667°E / 48.48333; 15.86667Coordinates: 48°29′00″N 15°52′00″E / 48.48333°N 15.86667°E / 48.48333; 15.86667

Country Austria
State Lower Austria
District Tulln
Government
 • Mayor Franz Geier (ÖVP)
Area
 • Total 18.83 km2 (7.27 sq mi)
Elevation 277 m (909 ft)
Population (Error: Invalid time.)[1]
 • Total
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 3471
Area code 02279
Vehicle registration TU
Website www.grossriedenthal.at
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Großriedenthal is a municipality in the district of Tulln in Lower Austria, Austria. The community consists of 3 districts: Großriedenthal (483 inhabitants), Ottenthal (364 inhabitants), and Neudegg (237 inhabitants). The mild climate and fertile soil allow the region to produce both fruity and full-bodied wines. Grossriedenthal is in the wine district of Lower Austria about 50km northwest of Vienna which is around one hour by car.

There are many botanical species native to the area that are not found anywhere else.

References

External links

  • In German - Official Homepage
  • In German - More information
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