Schönau an der Triesting
Schönau an der Triesting
|coat of arms||Austria map|
|State :||Lower Austria|
|Political District :||to bathe|
|License plate :||BN|
|Residents :||2,144 (January 1, 2020)|
|Population density :||264 inhabitants per km²|
|Postcodes :||2525, 2544, 2602|
|Area code :||02256|
|Community code :||3 06 31|
|UN / LOCODE||AT SAT|
|Address of the
2525 Schönau an der Triesting
|Mayoress :||Brigitte Lasinger ( SPÖ )|
Municipal Council : ( 2020 )
|Location of Schönau an der Triesting in the Baden district|
|Source: Municipal data from Statistics Austria|
Schönau an der Triesting is located in the industrial district in Lower Austria. The area of the municipality covers 8.03 square kilometers. 9.75 percent of the area is forested.
The municipality includes the following three localities (population in brackets as of January 1, 2020):
- Dornau (18)
- Schönau an der Triesting (1471)
- Seven Houses (655)
The community consists of the cadastral communities Dornau and Schönau an der Triesting.
In ancient times the area was part of the province of Pannonia .
Source: Population development of Schönau an der Triesting. (PDF) Statistics Austria
Brigitte Lasinger is the mayor of the community, and Sylvia Eisenbach is the head of the district.
With a total of 21 seats, there is the following distribution of mandates in the municipal council:
- SPÖ 13
- ÖVP 8
- Schönau Castle
- Temple of the Night
- Baroque parish church of St. Andreas
- Local museum
- Ostrich villa
- Schönau pond
Economy and Infrastructure
In 2001 there were 52 non-agricultural workplaces; according to the 1999 survey, there were 25 agricultural and forestry holdings. According to the 2001 census, 871 people were employed at the place of residence. The employment rate in 2001 was 50.19 percent. On average in 2003 there were 23 unemployed people in the area.
Sons and daughters of the church
- Hans Wolfsbauer-Schönau (1925–2005), architect, painter and graphic artist
Eternals in the community
- Karl Jukel (1865–1931), innkeeper, estate manager and politician
- Alwil Pacher von Theinburg (1840–1904), honorary citizen of Schönau and Sollenau
- Hieronymus Lorm : Feuilleton. Schönau. In: Neue Freie Presse , Morgenblatt, No. 2336/1871, February 26, 1871, p. 1 f. (Online at ANNO ). .
- Josef Hauer (among others): The community of Schönau an der Triesting and its districts in the past and present . 1st edition. Municipality of Schönau an der Triesting, Schönau an der Triesting 1979, OBV . (Supplemented, revised second edition: Alois Schabes: -. Schönau an der Triesting 1991, OBV ).
- Otto Wolkerstorfer: Waltz bliss and everyday life. Baden in the 2nd half of the 19th century , Grasl, Baden 1999, ISBN 3-85098-243-2 .
- John A. Rice: The Temple of Night at Schönau, architecture, music, and theater in a late eighteenth-century Viennese garden . (English). Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society, Volume 258, ISBN 978-0-87169-258-0 . - Table of contents (PDF; 21 kB). . American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia (PA) 2006,
- 30631 - Schönau an der Triesting. Community data, Statistics Austria .
- Community of Schönau an der Triesting
- Statistics Austria: Population on January 1st, 2020 by locality (area status on January 1st, 2020) , ( CSV )
- Results of the municipal council election 2020 in Schönau an der Triesting. Office of the Lower Austrian State Government, January 26, 2020, accessed on February 6, 2020 .
- Built in 1864 for the industrialist Paul Pacher von Theinburg , owned by Johann Strauss (son) from July 1, 1880 to 1893/94 , who mainly used it during the summer months (Hauer, Schönau , p. 67). The operettas One Night in Venice , The Gypsy Baron , parts of the opera Ritter Pasmann and dance compositions, etc. a. Roses from the south , kiss waltzes , were created in the villa (Wolkerstorfer, Walzerseligkeit , p. 340 f.).
of the swamps, in which the Ottoman troops suffered a devastating blow in 1532 . - In: Josef Heßler: Am Schönauer Teich. In: Badener Zeitung , No. 89/1919 (XL. Year), November 5, 1919, p. 1 below. (Online at ANNO ). .
Already in the early 19th century the body of water provided significant income (obtained in Vienna) from the sale of carp and pike fished every three years. - In: Mully: Description of the Kottingbrunn estate and its surroundings. (...) 2) The famous Schönau. In: Der Wanderer , No. 361/1822, December 27, 1822, p. 1 (unpaginated), center left. (Online at ANNO ). .
- Treetops above the center of the picture and on the right edge of the picture: Rabenwald ; Immediately in front of it, the embankment of the Wiener Neustädter Canal crosses .