The municipality of Hardegg was a municipality in the Carinthian district of Sankt Veit an der Glan , which existed from 1850 until 1958 when it was merged into the newly created municipality of Liebenfels .
The municipality was located in the extreme southwest of the Sankt Veit an der Glan district, in the south of today's municipality of Liebenfels. It extends from the Glan in the north to the northern slopes of the Zmulnberg in the south, and from Metschach in the west to Rohnsdorf in the east, over an altitude of 479 m above sea level. A. on the Glan on the eastern border up to 677 m above sea level. A. near the Zmulnberg.
The municipality only included the cadastral parish Hardegg within its former boundaries, so it was around 0.3 km² larger than today's cadastral parish .
The following localities were listed in the area of the municipality of Hardegg:
- Metschach (only part of the village today divided between the communities of Liebenfels and Glanegg )
- Rohnsdorf (only part of the place which today belongs entirely to the municipality of Liebenfels, which was then divided between the municipalities of Hardegg and Pulst )
- St. Peter am Bichl (only part of the place that today belongs entirely to Klagenfurt, which was then divided between the communities of Hardegg and St. Peter am Bichl )
- Two churches
Zweikirchen was a parish and the location of an elementary school.
In the course of the administrative reforms after the revolution of 1848/49, Hardegg was established in 1850 from the tax and cadastral municipality Hardegg with an area of 9.48 km² and 442 inhabitants. The municipality had previously belonged to the Hardegg tax district.
The community initially belonged to the political district of Sankt Veit an der Glan and the judicial district of Sankt Veit an der Glan . From 1854 to 1868 it belonged to the mixed district of Sankt Veit . The reforms in 1868 made it part of the political district of Sankt Veit an der Glan and the judicial district of Sankt Veit an der Glan, where it remained until it was dissolved.
On January 1, 1958, the municipality of Liebenfels was formed by merging the municipalities of Pulst , Hardegg and Liemberg , with which the municipality of Sörg was merged in 1973 .
The following people were, in chronological order, mayors of the municipality:
- Karl Kirchmayer
- Moritz spit
- Franz Mayrhoffer
- Heinrich Ratschek
- Martin Lindner
- Alois Egger
- Peter Egger
- Max Mayrhoffer
- Valentin Hafner-Kragl
- Karl Egger
- Rudolf Wernisch, 1945 - 1955
- Walter Ponta, 1955-1958
At the time of its existence, the following population figures were given for the municipality:
- 1854: 442 inhabitants
- 1869: 515 inhabitants, 71 houses
- 1880: 503 inhabitants, 71 houses
- 1890: 472 inhabitants, 69 houses
- 1900: 442 inhabitants, 69 houses
- 1910: 471 inhabitants, 66 houses
- 1923: 453 inhabitants, 67 houses
- 1934: 464 inhabitants
- 1946: 485 inhabitants
- 1957: 428 inhabitants
- Community Liebenfels (ed.): Community chronicle Liebenfels. 1998.
- ↑ State government gazette for the Crown Land, Duchy of Carinthia. Born in 1854, 2nd department, 4th item. Klagenfurt 1854. p. 25.
- ^ Oskar Glanzer, Ralf Unkart: The reorganization of the community structure in Carinthia in 1972. Office of the Carinthian regional government, Klagenfurt 1973. P. 97.
- ^ Community Liebenfels (ed.): Community chronicle Liebenfels. 1998, p. 216ff.
- ↑ Carl Sykan: local repertory of crown land Carinthia. Bertschinger & Heyn, Klagenfurt, 1875. p. 74.
- ↑ KK Statistische Central-Commission (Ed.): Complete list of localities of the kingdoms and countries represented in the Reichsrathe according to the results of the census of December 31, 1880. Alfred Hölder, Vienna 1882. S. 58.
- ↑ KK Statistische Central-Commission (Hrsg.): Local repertories of the kingdoms and countries represented in the Austrian Reichsrathe. Revised based on the results of the census of December 31, 1890. V. Carinthia. Alfred Hölder, Vienna 1894. p. 59.
- ↑ KK Central Statistical Commission (ed.): Community encyclopedia of the kingdoms and countries represented in the Reichsrat. Revised based on the results of the census of December 31, 1900. V. Carinthia. KK Hof- und Staatsdruckerei, Vienna 1905.
- ^ Central Statistical Commission (ed.): Special locations repertory of the Austrian countries. Edited on the basis of the results of the census of December 31, 1910. V. Carinthia. Verlag der Staatsdruckerei, Vienna 1918.
- ^ Federal Statistical Office (ed.): Directory of Austria. Edited on the basis of the results of the census of March 7, 1923. Österreichische Staatsdruckerei, Vienna 1930. Section Carinthia, p. 17.
- ↑ Handwritten addendum to the 1923 local directory (Federal Statistical Office (Hrsg.): Local directory of Austria. Edited on the basis of the results of the census of March 7, 1923. Österreichische Staatsdruckerei, Vienna 1930.) with the signature II 28238 of the Klagenfurt University Library. Section Carinthia, p. 17.
- ^ Austrian Central Statistical Office: Register of local authorities in Austria. Based on a special survey from 1946. 1948. p. 111.
- ^ Community Liebenfels (ed.): Community chronicle Liebenfels. 1998, p. 215.