Fish tagging

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Fish taging ( village )
Fish taging (Austria)
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Basic data
Pole. District , state Salzburg area  (SL), Salzburg
Judicial district Neumarkt near Salzburg
Pole. local community Seekirchen am Wallersee   ( KG  Seekirchen Land )
Locality Fish tagging
Coordinates 47 ° 53 '51 "  N , 13 ° 9' 1"  E Coordinates: 47 ° 53 '51 "  N , 13 ° 9' 1"  E
height 527  m above sea level A.
Residents of the stat. An H. 202 (2001)
Building status 80 (2001)
Post Code 5201 Seekirchen
prefix + 43/06212 (Seekirchen am Wallersee)
Statistical identification
Counting district / district Brunn (50339 000)
Fish tagging - view from the west
Source: STAT : index of places ; BEV : GEONAM ; SAGIS

Fischtaging is a village in the Salzburg Lake District in the province of Salzburg , and locality of the municipality of Seekirchen am Wallersee , District Salzburg .


The village of Fischtaging is located in the southeast of Seekirchen, slightly elevated around half a kilometer from the south bank of Wallersee , halfway from the city center to Henndorf am Wallersee .

Fischtaging as a locality occupies the northern half of the cadastral community Seekirchen Land . This also includes the hamlets of Frauentaging and Haberg , the scattered settlements of Schlacht and Weiland , the weekend settlement of Fischtaging on the Wallersee and the individual layers of Gumersil and Almannsgrub .

Fischtaging borders on the following other localities:

Sea whale Fenning (Gem.  Henndorf )
Seekirchen market Neighboring communities Kirchberg (Gem.  Eugendorf )

In the border area to the cadastral community Seewalchen in the northwest of the locality area, the Fischach starts as an outflow of the Wallersee .


The area of ​​the village of Fischtaging has been inhabited since the 10th century at the latest. The place is first mentioned in 987 in the form of Tacging . The name refers to the Old High German personal name Tacco and referred to the place of residence, the whereabouts of a person with this name. The addition fish appears for the first time in 1369 and should probably distinguish the place from another "taging", namely the nearby woman tagging. This women refers to the nuns of the Nonnberg Abbey in Salzburg, who were the owners of these properties.


Agriculture dominates in fish taging. The majority of the area is agricultural land with little built-up areas, a small part is forested. The Almannsgrub farm , a pioneering organic farming business in Austria, is located in Fischtaging .

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Franz Hörburger : Salzburg Place Name Book , edited by Ingo Reiffenstein and Leopold Ziller, ed. from the Salzburg Society for Regional Studies, Salzburg 1982 (without ISBN)