Neugablonz (Enns)

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Neugablonz (location component f0)
Neugablonz (Enns) (Austria)
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Basic data
Pole. District , state Linz-Land  (LL), Upper Austria
Judicial district Steyr
Pole. local community Enns   ( KG  Enns )
Locality Enns
Coordinates (K) 48 ° 12 '17 "  N , 14 ° 28' 46"  E Coordinates: 48 ° 12 '17 "  N , 14 ° 28' 46"  E
height 257  m above sea level A.
Building status 37 (addresses 2018 f1)
Source: STAT : index of places ; BEV : GEONAM ; DORIS ;
(K) Coordinate not official


Neugablonz is a location in the Lower Ennstal in Upper Austria and belongs to the municipality of Enns in the Linz-Land district .


The location is south of the Enns city center . It is located at the foot of the Forstberg directly on the Enns , at around 255  m above sea level. A. Height. Neugablonz has almost 40 addresses.

Neighboring locations:
Lark Valley Ennsdorf (Gem.  Ennsdorf , District Amstetten , Lower Austria )
Towarek school barracks Neighboring communities


Kötting (Gem.  St. Valentin , District Amstetten , Lower Austria )


After the Second World War , many of the expelled German Bohemians found a new home in the Linz – Enns – Steyr – Kremsmünster area.

The jewelery industry ( bijouterie ) from Gablonz in North Bohemia (Jablonec nad Nisou) flourished again in Enns and offered many people secure jobs. In 1947 the Gablonzer Genossenschaft  mbH was founded, a community of all jewelery manufacturers that to this day sells fashion and silver jewelery all over the world under the Gablonzer von Enns brand . The Gablonzer Cooperative has been located in Ennsegg Castle since March 1, 2006 .

See also

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Individual evidence

  1. Other colonies: Gablonzersiedlung in Kremsmünster, Gründbergsiedlung in Steyr.
  2. ^ Willibald Katzinger , Johannes Ebner, Erwin Maria Ruprechtsberger : History of Enns. Verlag Stadtgemeinde Enns, 1996, p. 390 f.
  3. ^ Brunhilde Scheuringer: The situation of the Sudeten German refugees in Upper Austria since 1945. In: Mitteilungen des Oö. State Archives. Volume 19, Linz 2000, pp. 141–155, online (PDF) in the forum
  4. ^ Erwin Brommer: The history of the Austrian glass industry after 1945. 2nd edition, Verlag Fachverband der Glasindustrie, 1994, pp. 13 and 84.
  5. ^ Josef Schermaier: Technical schools in Austria; a contribution to the past and present of the vocational middle school system in Austria. Verlag Peter Lang, 2009, entry Kk Kunstgewerbliche Fachschule in Gablonz , p. 108 f, especially p. 109 ( limited preview in the Google book search).