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|Political District :||Oberwart|
|License plate :||OW|
|Coordinates :||47 ° 13 ' N , 16 ° 10' E|
|Height :||292 m above sea level A.|
|Residents :||1,154 (January 1, 2020)|
|Population density :||83 inhabitants per km²|
|Postal code :||7532|
|Community code :||1 09 09|
|UN / LOCODE||AT BUG|
|Address of the
|Mayor :||Peter Fassl ( ÖVP )|
Municipal Council : ( 2017 )
|Location of Litzelsdorf in the Oberwart district|
|Source: Municipal data from Statistics Austria|
Litzelsdorf is a market town with 1154 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2020) in the Burgenland district of Oberwart in Austria .
The Hungarian place name of the municipality is Lődös , the Croatian Licištrof . In Burgenland- Romani the place is called Ledischa .
The municipality is located in southern Burgenland, in the southwest of the Oberwart district , on the border with the Güssing district . The Strem flows through the municipality in a north-south direction . Litzelsdorf is the only place in the municipality. The course of the Strem is also followed by Güssinger Straße (B 57) as the most important traffic route.
Finds of stone tools and pottery shards give evidence of Neolithic settlement. A Roman tombstone from a preserved burial mound is exhibited in the entrance area of the town hall. Litzelsdorf has been a market town since 1676.
Like the rest of Burgenland, the place belonged to German West Hungary until 1920/21 . Since 1898 had due to the Magyarization of Budapest the Hungarian name Lodões used government. After the end of the First World War, after tough negotiations, German-West Hungary was awarded to Austria in the Treaties of St. Germain and Trianon in 1919. The place has belonged to the newly founded federal state of Burgenland since 1921 (see also the history of Burgenland ).
Culture and sights
- Catholic parish church Litzelsdorf hl. Leonhard
The council comprises a total of 19 members based on the number of eligible voters.
|Green||52||5.54||1||not running||not running||not running||not running|
|ULI||not running||not running||17th||1.89||0||not running||not running|
In addition to Mayor Peter Fassl (ÖVP) and Deputy Mayor Jürgen Resch (ÖVP), the executive councils Aurelia Strobl (ÖVP), Gerald Sagmeister (ÖVP) and Karl Grünwald (SPÖ) also belong to the community board.
Irmi Salzer (Greens) was elected to the environmental council.
Mayor and head of the municipal office is Peter Fassl (ÖVP). After the age-related resignation of his predecessor Erich Graf (ÖVP) at the age of less than 28, he was elected community leader in the direct mayor election on October 7, 2007 against three competitors in the first ballot with 50.80%. In the election on October 1, 2017, Peter Fassl won with 65.79% against Karl Grünwald (SPÖ, 27.55%) and Alfred Bieber (FPÖ, 6.66%).
Jürgen Resch (ÖVP) was elected Vice Mayor at the constituent meeting of the municipal council.
Chronicle of the mayor
|1900||1915||Leonhard Demartin||(† 1922)|
|1918||1922||Leonhard Demartin||(† 1922)|
|1953||1958||Nikolaus Unger||(1898-) 1971|
|1991||2007||Erich Graf||(* 1941)|
|since 2007||Peter Fassl||(* 1979)|
coat of arms
Blazon : In the blue shield, divided by a golden bar covered with a blue half cogwheel, a golden triangle of rays above, three golden ears of wheat growing below.
The coat of arms was awarded on May 1, 1983 and symbolically connects history with the present day. The triangle of rays (see Eye of Providence ) stands for the Holy Trinity , of whose long-lasting veneration a column that dominates the site bears witness. The gear and the ears of corn stand for trade and agriculture.
An official partnership with the Bavarian city of Memmingen has existed since 2009 . The partnership with the Bavarian community Bad Feilnbach has existed since 2000.
- Magdalena Witzelsberger: In the 1820s, she ran a tavern in Litzelsdorf, which was frequented by members of the Stradafüßler robber gang . From 1822 to 1827 this gang terrified the border area with Styria and Lower Austria and used what was then western Hungary as a place of retreat. Magdalena Witzel Berger was the mistress of Joseph Frey Berger aka Gekrauster Seppl , a sub-leader of the Stradafüßler , July 7, 1827, the court Mountain in Pinkafeld by the train was executed. The County Court of Vas also condemned Witzel Berger to death by the sword, but by an act of grace of Emperor Franz II. her death sentence was commuted to a severe prison sentence.
Honorary citizen of the community
Source: Litzelsdorf market town
- Rudolf Schnürch, district doctor (awarded on December 8, 1971)
- Hubert Hrastnik, Director (awarded on December 8, 1971)
- Ploderer (awarded December 8, 1971)
- Reinhold Polster , member of the Federal Council and Deputy Governor a. D. (awarded December 8, 1971)
- Josef Wiesler , retired regional councilor D. (awarded June 24, 1986)
- Theodor Kery , retired governor D. (awarded June 24, 1986)
- Rudolf Grohotolsky , District Captain and Deputy Governor a. D. (awarded June 24, 1986)
- Georg Hochwarter, Former Mayor (awarded on April 13, 1991)
- Erich Häring, retired city councilor D. (awarded on October 3, 2009)
- Erich Graf, Former Mayor (awarded on October 3, 2009)
Honor ring bearer in gold
Source: Litzelsdorf market town
- Rudolf Schnürch (awarded on January 1, 1982)
- Josef Fassl, Former Deputy Mayor (awarded on November 22, 1982)
- Josef Gossy, High School Councilor (awarded on February 26, 1983)
- Alfred Binder (awarded on March 22, 1991)
- Georg Hochwarter, Former Mayor (awarded on April 15, 1991)
- Eduard Sagmeister (awarded on December 30, 1992)
- Otto Hörist, Pastor (awarded on September 4, 1994)
- Herbert Baumgartner (awarded on March 28, 1996)
- Erich Graf, ring of honor with municipal coat of arms, former mayor (awarded on May 31, 2006)
Honor ring bearer in silver
Source: Litzelsdorf market town
- Josef Schiller (awarded on January 1, 1982)
- Hermann Samer (awarded on January 1, 1982)
- Johann Koller (awarded on July 5, 1982)
- 10909 - Litzelsdorf. Community data, Statistics Austria .
- ↑ a b Results of the 2017 municipal council elections in Litzelsdorf. Office of the Burgenland Provincial Government, October 29, 2017, accessed on January 17, 2020 .
- ↑ Results of the 2012 municipal council elections in Litzelsdorf. Office of the Burgenland Provincial Government, November 4, 2012, accessed on January 17, 2020 .
- ↑ a b Results of the 2007 municipal council elections in Litzelsdorf. Office of the Burgenland Provincial Government, October 21, 2007, accessed on January 17, 2020 .
- ↑ a b Results of the local council election 2002 in Litzelsdorf. Office of the Provincial Government of Burgenland, October 21, 2002, accessed on January 17, 2020 .
- ↑ a b c d Marktgemeinde Litzelsdorf: community representatives (accessed on 10 January 2018)
- ^ Community Litzelsdorf: Chronicle (accessed on January 9, 2018)
- ↑ Christoph Tepperberg: Der Holzknechtseppl from Festschrift 680 Jahre Marktgemeinde Riedlingsdorf , Riedlingsdorf 2011, publisher: Marktgemeinde Riedlingsdorf, pp. 20-23
- ↑ a b c Marktgemeinde Litzelsdorf: honorary citizen (accessed on 10 January 2018)