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Wanzenöd ( rotting )
Katastralgemeinde Wanzenöd
Wanzenöd (Austria)
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Basic data
Pole. District , state Amstetten  (AM), Lower Austria
Judicial district Amstetten
Pole. local community Behamberg
Coordinates 48 ° 3 '3 "  N , 14 ° 28' 32"  E Coordinates: 48 ° 3 '3 "  N , 14 ° 28' 32"  E
height 390  m above sea level A.
Residents of the village 739 (January 1, 2020)
Area  d. KG 7.26 km²
Post Code 4441 Behamberg
Statistical identification
Locality code 03191
Cadastral parish number 03139
Counting district / district Wanzenöd (30506 001)
Rotte: 50 addresses Wachtberg (2018);
Source: STAT : index of places ; BEV : GEONAM ; NÖGIS


Wanzenöd is a place in the Mostviertel in Lower Austria as well as a locality and cadastral municipality in the Behamberg in the Amstetten district .


The place is located 30 kilometers southwest of Amstetten , directly east of Steyr , 2 kilometers northwest of Behamberg .

The Rotte Wanzenöd is located in the pre-alpine hill country towards the Enns , in the valley of the Pichlerbach , a small tributary of the Erla to the Ybbs , at around 390  m above sea level. A. Height on both sides of Haager Strasse (B42) . The place has about 50 addresses

The cadastral community and village of Wanzenöd with 726.4  hectares stretches from the Pichlerbachtal to the Steyr city limits in the Ennstal and to the lower Ramingbach . It is crossed by the B43 and the Voralpen Straße  (B122). It consists of the scattered settlements of Wachtberg (with the village of Holz and the Rotte Wanzenöd), the localities of Holz (with the village of Oedt and the Rotte Pühring ), Heuberg in the far west, the scattered areas of Anetzberg , Knarzhub , and Blindhof already in the Raming . The village, including all settlements, has around 750 inhabitants (January 1, 2020: 739).

Neighboring towns, villages and cadastral communities:
Ramingdorf  (O and KG) Haidershofen  (O and KG, district  Haidershofen )


Tröstlberg  (O, KG  TröstelbergHaidershofen district )


Hinterberg  (KG, ∗∗ O and Std.  Steyr , Upper Austria )

Neighboring communities

Kleinraming  (O and KG, district of  St. Ulrich b.St. , district of Steyr-Ld. , Upper Austria )

Penz  (O and KG)
The KG Penz stretches to the northeast as far as Anetzberg
∗∗The district is called Münichholz


Wanzenöd belonged to the Steyr rule . For 1292/98 there are already 27 houses in records.

The homestead Wanzenöder , which gave it its name, was abandoned in the 19th century. The place is mentioned around 1830 with 12 houses and 73 inhabitants, the whole of today's village comprised 72 houses with 402 inhabitants at the time.

The place has only been found since the place directory in 1923, before the place was called Holz .

Individual evidence

  1. In the Austrian map 2018 Wanzenöde .
  2. ^ A b Franz [Xavier Joseph] Schweickhardt Ritter von Sickingen: Representation of the Archduchy of Austria under the Ens. Volume 10, 2nd row in the Ober-Wienerwald quarter , 1838, Wanzenöd , p. 128 f ( digitized version, Google, complete view ).
  3. a b c Kurt Klein  (edit.): Historical local dictionary . Statistical documentation on population and settlement history. Ed .: Vienna Institute of Demography [VID] d. Austrian Academy of Sciences . Lower Austria Part 1, Behamberg: Wanzenöd , p. 27 f . ( Online document , explanations . Suppl . ; both PDF - oD [updated]). Special references:  1292/98: Urbar Stift Seitenstetten; Gerhard Flossmann (ed.): The medieval land register of the Benedictine monastery Seitenstetten 1292/98 and 1386/98. Austrian Urbare III / 1/3, 1977 • 1830: Mostly information from the military conscription 1830/37, some older. According to ops.cit. Schweickhardt 1838. • 1869 and later: Central Statistical Commission / Federal Statistical Office / Austrian Central Statistical Office / Statistics Austria (ed.): Directory of places . (Results of the population censuses, from 2011 register censuses).
  4. The Josephinische Landesaufnahme around 1780 only lists Ob [erer] Wanzenöder here , in the Franzisco-Josephinische Landesaufnahme around 1880 this no longer appears (all land recordings online on Arcanum / Austrian State Archives: ).
  5. ^ Austrian Working Group for Urban History Research , Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Urban History Research (Ed.): Research on the history of cities and markets in Austria. Volume 2, Verlag J. Wimmer, 1989, Behamberg , p. 259.