|coat of arms||Austria map|
|Political District :||Salzburg area|
|License plate :||SL|
|Residents :||3,392 (January 1, 2020)|
|Postal code :||5163|
|Area code :||06217|
|Community code :||5 03 23|
|UN / LOCODE||AT MTS|
|Address of the
|Mayor :||Michael Schwarzmayr ( SPÖ )|
Municipal Council : (2019)
|Location of Mattsee in the Salzburg area|
Aerial view of Mattsee
|Source: Municipal data from Statistics Austria|
Average monthly temperatures and precipitation for Mattsee
Mattsee is the only village in the municipality. Districts are Anzing, Aug, Ausserhof, Bindergrub, Bodenstätt, Buchberg, Feichten, Fisching, Gaisberg, Guglmoos, Haag, Hof, Hofer, Leitgermoos, Lofer, Mitterhof, Nussbaum, Obernberg, Ochsenharing, Paltingmoos, Pfaffenberg, Ramoos, Römersberg, Saulach, Schalkham, Untermayerhof, Unternberg, Wallmannsberg, Weyer and Zellhof.
The first settlement took place in the Young Stone Age. Around 770 the Mattsee Abbey was founded by Duke Tassilo III of Bavaria . founded. Mattsee was the seat of a nursing court of the Salzburg prince-bishops. The place came to Austria with Salzburg in 1816. The unanimous decision of the local council of June 19, 1921, which was indignant, "that individual landlords of summer apartments in Mattsee left the same Jews and thereby severely damaged Mattsee's well-known reputation as a 'Jewish-pure summer resort'" caused a stir. "
Mattsee has been a market town since 1935 . Mattsee was the seat of a district court of the Mattsee judicial district until the end of May 1923 , but this was dissolved on June 1, 1923 and Mattsee was assigned to the Neumarkt bei Salzburg judicial district .
coat of arms
Blazon : "In the red field a silver stake covered by an upright flaming sword with a golden hilt, which is accompanied on both sides by an outward-facing, silver pike bearer."
The community council has a total of 19 members.
- With the municipal council and mayoral elections in Salzburg in 2004, the municipal council had the following distribution: 12 ÖVP, 6 SPÖ, and 1 FPÖ.
- With the municipal council and mayoral elections in Salzburg in 2009 , the municipal council had the following distribution: 13 ÖVP, 3 SPÖ, 2 Greens, and 1 FPÖ.
- With the municipal council and mayoral elections in Salzburg in 2014 , the municipal council had the following distribution: 11 ÖVP, 3 SPÖ, 3 Greens, and 2 FPÖ.
- With the municipal council and mayoral elections in Salzburg 2019 , the municipal council has the following distribution: 8 ÖVP, 6 SPÖ, 3 Greens and 2 FPÖ.
- 1945–1959 Josef Lindner
- 1959–1984 Josef Furthner (ÖVP)
- 1984–2012 Matthäus Maislinger (ÖVP)
- 2012–2019 René Kuel (ÖVP)
- since 2019 Michael Schwarzmayr (SPÖ)
Culture and sights
- Provost office of the monastery: with monastery museum, monastery library and treasury
- Mattsee Castle : Today's palace complex goes back to a castle built around 1100.
- Stiftskirche and Stift Mattsee
- Mattsee lido : listed
- fahr (T) raum: In the old-timer museum adventure world with the motto "Milestones of Mobility", Ernst Piëch documents in particular the work of his grandfather Ferdinand Porsche .
- Bavarian farm in Mattsee
- Buchberg Nature Park
- Honorary citizen of the community
- Josef Lindner, Mayor of Mattsee 1945–1959
- Karl Gebetsberger, provost of Mattsee Abbey
- Josef Furthner, Mayor of Mattsee 1959–1984
- Simon Feichtner, former Vice Mayor
- Hannes Maringer, Hauptschule director i. R.
- Rupert Felber, curator of the local history museum
- Matthäus Maislinger, Mayor of Mattsee 1984–2012
- 2010: Vinzenz Baldemair (1940–2012), provost and pastor for 35 years
- Sons and daughters of the church
- Anton Diabelli (1781–1858), Austrian composer
- Franz Heilmayer (1858–1920), politician ( CSP )
- Burghard Breitner (1884–1956), ("Angel of Siberia"), surgeon and politician
- Michael Neuhofer (1887–1972), politician ( CSP )
- Alois Schmiedbauer (1902–1989), painter and restorer
- Georg Eder (1928–2015), Archbishop of Salzburg
- People related to the community
- Julian Baumgartlinger (* 1988), Austrian professional footballer from Bayer 04 Leverkusen
- Anton Breitner (1858–1928), writer, archaeologist and editor, died in Mattsee
- Dominik Kraihamer (* 1989), Austrian racing car driver
- August Radnitzky (1810–1897), Austrian writer, died in Mattsee
- Arnold Schönberg (1874–1951), Austrian composer
- Leonhard Steinwender (1889–1961), Austrian theologian, resistance fighter and author
- Hannes Maringer: Small Mattseebuch. Our place then and now. Guide through nature - culture - history - economy. For vacation and life in the Salzburg three-enland region. Tourism Association Mattsee, Mattsee 1994.
- Gerda Dohle: Mattsee Chronicle. Market town of Mattsee. Mattsee 2005.
- 50323 - Mattsee. Community data, Statistics Austria .
- Community website
- Mattsee . In: Salzburger Nachrichten : Salzburgwiki .
- Topothek Mattsee historical images, located, indexed and dated
- Harald Waitzbauer : Arnold Schönberg is undesirable in Mattsee . In: Robert Kriechbaumer (ed.): The taste of transience. Jewish summer retreat in Salzburg. Böhlau, Vienna 2002, ISBN 3-205-99455-8 . Pp. 153-174, citation p. 162.
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- Josef Furthner . In: Salzburger Nachrichten : Salzburgwiki .
- Matthäus Maislinger . In: Salzburger Nachrichten : Salzburgwiki .
- René Kuel . In: Salzburger Nachrichten : Salzburgwiki .
- Michael Schwarzmayr . In: Salzburger Nachrichten : Salzburgwiki .
- fahr (T) raum website
- https://www.mattsee.at/LEBEN_IN_MATTSEE/Wissenswertes/Ehrenbuerger (accessed on February 16, 2018)
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