|coat of arms||Austria map|
|Political District :||Kufstein|
|License plate :||KU|
|Main town :||Unterlangkampfen|
|Residents :||4,179 (January 1, 2020)|
|Postal code :||6336|
|Area code :||05332|
|Community code :||7 05 15|
|UN / LOCODE||AT LTF|
|Address of the
|Mayor :||Andreas Ehrenstrasser ( ÖVP )|
Municipal Council : (2016)
|Location of Langkampfen in the Kufstein district|
Fighting down from the southwest with the Pendling
|Source: Municipal data from Statistics Austria|
The municipality includes the following four localities (population in brackets as of January 1, 2020):
- Morsbach (88)
- Niederbreitenbach (1193)
- Oberlangkampfen (952)
- Unterlangkampfen (1946)
The earliest traces of settlement in the area date from Roman times . The discovery of graves from the time of the Bavarian conquest in the area of the church of Unterlangkampfen shows that this was a central place of the Bavarian settlement. The first written mention of Langkampf dates back to the Carolingian period in the late 8th century. In a traditional note of Mondsee Abbey of approximately 784 to 799 the Convention agricultural property is "in villa nuncupante Lantchampha " transmitted.
A judge from Langkampfen was first mentioned in a document in the 14th century, but the court presumably existed earlier and developed in connection with the original parish. The court was overturned in 1385, but the Schranne continued to exist as an administrative unit.
In 1419 Duke Friedrich IV built a ferry across the Inn and Langkampfen developed into an important base for the Inn shipping industry, where numerous Schoppers (shipbuilders) settled. The ferry existed until the bridge between Kirchbichl and Langkampfen was built around 1900.
coat of arms
Blazon : In blue a golden inner ship with black stripes on the ship's wall and two oars that are inclined on the inside.
The municipal coat of arms, awarded in 1973, shows the guild symbol of the Schopper resident in Langkampfen and thus symbolizes the historical importance of the Inn shipping.
Economy and Infrastructure
- A number of industrial companies have settled near the Schaftenau stop of the Unterinntalbahn .
- In 1998, TIWAG completed the Langkampfen Inn power plant .
- The Kufstein-Langkampfen airfield (LOIK) is located in the northern part of the municipality .
Larger production companies and employers are:
- Coveris Flexibles Austria GmbH (formerly Britton Unterland), packaging material
- Heliotherm, heat pump technology
- In short, precast construction
- Sandoz (Novartis), medication
- SPG Prints Austria, mechanical engineering
- Viking garden tools
- Vita + natural products, "Verival" organic products
A popular swimming lake is the Stimmersee .
The community is a member of the Kufsteinerland Tourism Association .
Culture and sights
- Schönwörth Castle : The castle in Niederbreitenbach is a converted residential tower from the 13th century.
- Catholic parish church Langkampfen hl. Ursula
- The shoppers (shipbuilders) and boatmen used to work in Oberlangkampfen on the Innschleife.
- Thurnerhof : The building from the 14th century serves as a museum.
- Harald Stadler: On the history of Langkampfen as reflected in the archaeological finds . Golf, Innsbruck 1993, ISBN 3-900773-06-8 .
- Community website
- Entry on Langkampfen in the Austria Forum (in the AEIOU Austria Lexicon )
- 70515 - Langkampfen. Community data, Statistics Austria .
- Langkampfen , in the history database ofthe association "fontes historiae - sources of history"
- Statistics Austria: Population on January 1st, 2020 by locality (area status on January 1st, 2020) , ( CSV )
- Martin Bitschnau , Hannes Obermair : Tiroler Urkundenbuch, II. Department: The documents on the history of the Inn, Eisack and Pustertal valleys . tape 1 : By 1140 . Universitätsverlag Wagner, Innsbruck 2009, ISBN 978-3-7030-0469-8 , p. 36-37 No. 56 .
- Provincial Law Gazette for Tyrol, No. 42/1973. (Digitized version)
- Eduard Widmoser: Tiroler Wappenfibel . Tyrolia-Verlag, Innsbruck 1978, ISBN 3-7022-1324-4 , p. 40 .