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Speisendorf ( village )
cadastral community Speisendorf
Speisendorf (Austria)
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Basic data
Pole. District , state Waidhofen an der Thaya  (WT), Lower Austria
Judicial district Waidhofen an der Thaya
Pole. local community Raabs an der Thaya
Coordinates 48 ° 51 '51 "  N , 15 ° 25' 52"  E Coordinates: 48 ° 51 '51 "  N , 15 ° 25' 52"  Ef1
height 464  m above sea level A.
Residents of the village 82 (January 1, 2020)
Area  d. KG 6.55 km²
Statistical identification
Locality code 06487
Cadastral parish number 21050
Source: STAT : index of places ; BEV : GEONAM ; NÖGIS


Speisendorf seen from the northeast with Häuslberg in the background

Speisendorf is a village and a cadastral municipality in the municipality of Raabs an der Thaya in the Waidhofen an der Thaya district in Lower Austria . The place is on a slope to the Thaya between Karlstein and Raabs an der Thaya.

Settlement development

The settlement was first mentioned in documents in 1204. The market survey took place in 1837

At the turn of the year 1979/1980 there was a total of 79 building areas with 46,344 m² and 89 gardens on 47,249 m² in the cadastral community Speisendorf , in 1989/1990 there were 79 building areas. In 1999/2000 the number of building areas had increased to 133 and in 2009/2010 there were 95 buildings on 203 building areas.

Culture and sights

Catholic parish church hl. Nicholas in Speisendorf
Exit to the fountain area under the choir of the parish church Speisendorf

The Catholic parish church is dedicated to St. Consecrated to Nicholas, was built in 1335 and is located in the north-west of the village, a little higher above the Anger. Originally it was surrounded by a cemetery. The building core is Romanesque, later it was converted to Baroque style with a Gothic choir (14th / 15th century) and tower on the south side. Originally the church was a place of pilgrimage. In the east of the church there is an exit to the fountain area below the choir (originally a voting function).

Building with a historical function
No. 3: Former elementary school
No. 5: The former grocery shop was run by Mrs. Emma Pfeiffer until old age. The shop fitting is located in the Waidhofen an der Thaya City Museum
No. 7a: Armory of the volunteer fire brigade
No. 8: Former inn
No. 15: Former hairdresser
No. 16: Former inn (building no longer preserved)
No. 23: Former mill, sawmill, small power station
No. 35: Former post office
No. 39: Former bakery, later grocery store
No. 41: Former tailoring
No. 43: Parish hall, formerly a doctor's house, later a bank, currently used by the FF-Speisendorf
No. 44: Former grocery store
No. 45: Former butcher shop, later an inn
No. 56: Former carpenter's shop, gas station, post office
No. 60: rectory, two-storey, baroque

Land use

The cadastral community is characterized by agriculture. 336 hectares were used for agriculture at the turn of the year 1979/1980 and 281 hectares were forest areas. In 1999/2000 agriculture was carried out on 337 hectares and 283 hectares were designated as areas used for forestry. At the end of 2018, 320 hectares were used as agricultural land and forestry was carried out on 294 hectares. The average soil climate number of Speisendorf is 34 (as of 2010).

Web links

Commons : Speisendorf  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Dehio Lower Austria - north of the Danube . Anton Schroll & Co, Vienna 1990, ISBN 3-7031-0652-2 .
  2. a b BEV : Regional information December 31 , 2018 on bev.gv.at ( online )
  3. permanent exhibition. Accessed December 30, 2019 .