Glanhofen (Salzburg)

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Glanhofen ( district )
settlement area
Glanhofen (Salzburg) (Austria)
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Basic data
Pole. District , state Salzburg (city)  (S), Salzburg
Judicial district Salzburg
Pole. local community Salzburg   ( KG  Siezenheim II )
Locality Salzburg
district Maxglan
Coordinates 47 ° 47 '57 "  N , 13 ° 0' 18"  E Coordinates: 47 ° 47 '57 "  N , 13 ° 0' 18"  E
height 429  m above sea level A.
Residents of the stat. An H. 105 (2001)
Building status 27 (2001)
surface 1.1 ha
Post Code 5020 Salzburg
prefix + 43/0662 (Salzburg)
Statistical identification
Counting district / district Maxglan / Airport (50 101 180)
Plan of Glanhofen Template: Infobox community part in Austria / maintenance / site plan
District maxglan.jpg
Source: STAT : index of places ; BEV : GEONAM ; SAGIS


Glanhofen is an urban area in the Maxglan district of the statutory city of Salzburg .


Glanhofen is about 3 kilometers west of the center of Salzburg, on the western edge of Maxglan next to the runway of Salzburg Airport , at about 430  m above sea level. A. The local area covers almost 11 hectares, around 25 buildings with around 100 residents.

Neighboring urban areas
Taxham  (Stt.)
Neighboring communities Altmaxglan


Glanhofen was once a small group of farmsteads that was located on the old main artery to the Pinzgau and Tyrol . Historically here was on very well suitable for agriculture brown earth soils along the Glan a small group of peasant holdings, which in the early Middle Ages owned by St. Peter had stood. Only the old Scherzergut and the Jodlbauerngut are preserved in the building fabric. Around 1830 the Kramergut, Vöttelgut, Bachmayrgut, Groß-Bachmayrgut and the Maxengut as well as the fork maker were located here . The historically significant Oberfeldgut is still located on the Taxham border .

Until 1935 it was a purely rural village in the municipality of Maxglan . With the incorporation of Maxglan into the provincial capital Salzburg, the hamlet was detached from the cadastral community of Maxglan and politically connected to the neighboring community of Siezenheim , until this too, after the planned southern motorway was established as the new city limit, was incorporated into Salzburg in 1939.

In 1960, the high-yielding arable reasons were Glanhofen for the expansion of the Salzburg airport ( Salzburg Airport sold).

Glanhofen is today - due to its small size - despite its old settlement structure not an independent district, but a part of the Maxglan district. The old settlement core with its small residential buildings is located directly on the edge of the airport runway and directly on the busy Innsbruck main road, with the narrow remains of meadows that surround it on all sides, mostly bordering industrial areas. To the north of Taxham, however, there is still a good piece of farmland.

Individual evidence

  1. Franciscan Cadastre , online as a layer at SAGIS