Mannersdorf an der March
Mannersdorf an der March ( village )
cadastral municipality Mannersdorf
|Pole. District , state||Gänserndorf (GF), Lower Austria|
|Pole. local community||Angern on the March|
|Residents of the village||487 (January 1, 2020)|
|Area d. KG||6.33 km²|
|Cadastral parish number||06011|
The Rochusberg with chapel and cellar lane
|Source: STAT : index of places ; BEV : GEONAM ; NÖGIS|
Mannersdorf an der March is a village and a cadastral municipality in the municipality of Angern an der March in the Gänserndorf district in Lower Austria . The cadastral community bears the name Mannersdorf .
At the turn of the year 1979/1980 there were 366 building areas on a total of 108057 m² and 163 gardens on 117,939 m² in the cadastral community, in 1989/1990 there were already 400 building areas. In 1999/2000 the number of building areas had increased to 537. In 2009/2010 there were 427 buildings on 829 construction areas.
The cadastral community is characterized by agriculture. 467 hectares were used for agriculture at the turn of 1979/1980, 59 hectares were cultivated and 30 hectares were forest areas. In 1999/2000 agriculture was carried out on 463 hectares, vines were set out on 62 hectares and 27 hectares were designated as areas used for forestry. At the end of 2018, 426 hectares were used as agricultural land, wine was expanded to 46 hectares and forestry was carried out on 42 hectares. Mannersdorf's average soil climate number is 60.1 (as of 2010).
Culture and sights
On the Rochusberg , just outside the village, is the early Baroque Rochus Chapel, which is also called Wutzelburg because of its unusual round shape . The village's cellar lane is also located on this mountain .