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Aderklaa (Austria)
Basic data
Country: Austria
State : Lower Austria
Political District : Gänserndorf
License plate : GF
Surface: 8.63 km²
Coordinates : 48 ° 17 '  N , 16 ° 32'  E Coordinates: 48 ° 17 '6 "  N , 16 ° 32' 13"  E
Height : 157  m above sea level A.
Residents : 196 (January 1, 2020)
Population density : 23 inhabitants per km²
Postal code : 2232
Area code : 02247
Community code : 3 08 01
Address of the
municipal administration:
Aderklaa 12
2232 Aderklaa
Mayor : Bernhard Wolfram ( ÖVP )
Municipal Council : ( 2020 )
(13 members)
A total of 13 seats
Location of Aderklaa in the Gänserndorf district
Aderklaa Andlersdorf Angern an der March Auersthal Bad Pirawarth Deutsch-Wagram Drösing Dürnkrut Ebenthal Eckartsau Engelhartstetten Gänserndorf Glinzendorf Groß-Enzersdorf Groß-Schweinbarth Großhofen Haringsee Hauskirchen Hohenau an der March Hohenruppersdorf Jedenspeigen Lassee Leopoldsdorf im Marchfelde Mannsdorf an der Donau Marchegg Markgrafneusiedl Matzen-Raggendorf Neusiedl an der Zaya Obersiebenbrunn Orth an der Donau Palterndorf-Dobermannsdorf Parbasdorf Prottes Raasdorf Ringelsdorf-Niederabsdorf Schönkirchen-Reyersdorf Spannberg Strasshof an der Nordbahn Sulz im Weinviertel Untersiebenbrunn Velm-Götzendorf Weiden an der March Weikendorf Zistersdorf NiederösterreichLocation of the municipality of Aderklaa in the Gänserndorf district (clickable map)
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Source: Municipal data from Statistics Austria


Aderklaa is a small community with 196 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2020) in Marchfeld on the Vienna city ​​limits.


The Angerdorf Aderklaa is located in Marchfeld, part of the Weinviertel region, in Lower Austria between Vienna and Deutsch-Wagram . The area of ​​the municipality covers 8.62 km². 1.22 percent of the area is forested.

Community structure

There is only the cadastral municipality of Aderklaa.

Neighboring communities


Aderklaa at the Battle of Wagram
Memorial stone for July 5 and 6, 1809 ( )World icon

Traces of settlement from the Neolithic , Bronze Age , Hallstatt and La Tène times have been found in Aderklaa .

Aderklaa was first mentioned in a document in 1258 in the Rationarium Austriacum , a tithe index from the time of King Ottokar II of Bohemia, in which the place appears as "Atychla". The Aderklaaer Angerdorf has the typical shape of the fortified farming village. The closed form offered protection and was defended in an emergency. The town plan has been preserved since it was founded in the Middle Ages to this day. During the second Turkish siege of Vienna in 1683, the village was devastated. From May 16 to 21, 1809, Aderklaa was the headquarters of Generalissimo Archduke Carl and his entourage, before they went to Aspern and Essling for the glorious battle against the troops of Emperor Napoleon. On July 5th and 6th, 1809, Aderklaa was one of the scenes of the Battle of Wagram .

Since 1784 Aderklaa belongs to the parish Deutsch-Wagram.

On the occasion of the commemoration 200 years after the Battle of Wagram in 2009, the municipality was awarded the coat of arms by the state of Lower Austria.

Population development

According to the results of the 2001 census , there were 233 inhabitants. In 1991 the community had 210 inhabitants, in 1981 155 and in 1971 183 inhabitants.



The municipal council has 13 members.

  • until 2006 Leopold Staudigl (ÖVP)
  • 2006–2015 Franz Schlederer (ÖVP)
  • since 2015 Bernhard Wolfram (ÖVP)

Culture and sights

See also: List of monuments in Aderklaa

  • Catholic branch church Aderklaa to the Sorrowful Mother of God
  • Kulturhof Aderklaa: Between 2003 and 2014 the Kulturhof regularly organized concerts of classical music (piano evenings, chamber music) with international participation and exhibitions by contemporary visual artists from Aderklaa and the surrounding area. Since the owner's retirement, the future of the concerts has been uncertain.


In 2001 there were 14 non-agricultural workplaces, and according to the 1999 survey there were 25 in agriculture and forestry. According to the 2001 census, the number of people in employment at home was 140. In 2001, the employment rate was 60.51 percent.

There is an OMV natural gas station in Aderklaa .


  • Street: Aderklaa is connected to Vienna and the district capital Gänserndorf by the B8 Angerer Straße. To the west there is a connection to the Vienna outer ring expressway S1 and S2.

Contaminated sites

A hollow in the terrain, which was first filled with household waste and later with construction rubble from the 1970s, apparently also contained commercial deposits, some of which had very high levels of pollutants, which posed a risk to the groundwater. Therefore the old deposit was cleared in 2003 and the paint residue and oil deposits found in heavily corroded barrels were disposed of. The pit was filled with natural soil; the old deposit no longer poses a threat to the environment.


  • Karl August Varnhagen von Ense , Anton Pfalz (ed.): The battle of Deutsch-Wagram on July 5th and 6th, 1809 . Fromme, Vienna 1909, .
  • Otto Schilder: History of the market town Deutsch-Wagram. In addition to information about the surrounding area, in particular the communities of Aderklaa and Parbasdorf. Published for the 700th anniversary of the market town . Self-published by the market town, Deutsch-Wagram 1959, OBV .
  • Evelyn Benesch, Bernd Euler-Rolle , Claudia Haas, Renate Holzschuh-Hofer, Wolfgang Huber, Katharina Packpfeifer, Eva Maria Vancsa-Tironiek, Wolfgang Vogg: Lower Austria north of the Danube (=  Dehio-Handbuch . Die Kunstdenkmäler Österreichs ). Anton Schroll & Co, Vienna et al. 1990, ISBN 3-7031-0652-2 , p. 2 .
  • Dietmar Müller: Investigation of the old Aderklaa deposit . Federal Environment Agency, Vienna 1993, full text (PDF; 2.5 MB)
  • Manfried Rauchsteiner : The Battle of Deutsch Wagram on July 5th and 6th, 1809 . Fourth, unchanged edition. Österreichischer Bundesverlag, Vienna 1997, ISBN 3-215-02433-0 .
  • Alfred Mühl: Aderklaa - Chronicle 1809. Memorial book of the Aderklaa community . Municipality of Aderklaa, Aderklaa 2009, OBV .
  • Ida Olga Höfler: The Jewish communities in the Weinviertel and their ritual institutions 1848–1938 / 45 . Volume 2 (ex 5): Families and people in the communities of Aderklaa - Gänserndorf . First edition. Pilum Literatur-Verlag, Strasshof 2015, ISBN 978-3-902960-21-4 .
  • Alfred Mühl, Rosi Windisch: Aderklaa 1258–2016. Aderklaa Heimatbuch, 2nd edition 2016, Aderklaa municipality.

Web links

Commons : Aderklaa  - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Report of an eyewitness about the battle of Deutsch-Wagram. In:  Minerva. A journal of historical and political content , year 1809, Volume IV: October, pp. 45–62. (Online at ANNO ). Template: ANNO / maintenance / min.
  2. Napoleon and new coat of arms  ( page no longer available , search in web archivesInfo: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. in accessed on June 4, 2009@1@ 2Template: Toter Link /  
  3. ^ Result of the local council election 1995 in Aderklaa. Office of the Lower Austrian State Government, March 30, 2000, accessed on February 27, 2020 .
  4. ^ Election result of the municipal council election 2000 in Aderklaa. Office of the Lower Austrian State Government, February 4, 2005, accessed on February 27, 2020 .
  5. ^ Election result of the local council election 2005 in Aderklaa. Office of the Lower Austrian State Government, March 4, 2005, accessed on February 27, 2020 .
  6. ^ Election result of the local council election 2010 in Aderklaa. Office of the Lower Austrian State Government, October 8, 2010, accessed on February 27, 2020 .
  7. ^ Election result of the 2015 municipal council election in Aderklaa. Office of the Lower Austrian State Government, December 1, 2015, accessed on February 27, 2020 .
  8. Results of the municipal council election 2020 in Aderklaa. Office of the Lower Austrian State Government, January 26, 2020, accessed on February 27, 2020 .
  9. ^ Florian Litschauer: News. Kulturhof Aderklaa, accessed on February 15, 2014 .
  10. Sanierte legacy N5: Municipality landfill Aderklaa on