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Eberndorf – AT213

EU regions: Austria > Southern Austria > Carinthia > Eberndorf

map of Eberndorf AT213
Gross domestic product
GDP per capita in PPS of EU average202193

wikidata Q16442665 Eberndorf slovensky: AT213


number of inhabitants2023148 433
population density202244.4
old-age dependency ratio202336.7
demographic pyramid AT213 Eberndorf

From Wikipedia : Eberndorf (Slovene: Dobrla vas, archaically Dobrla ves) is a market town of the Völkermarkt District in Carinthia, Austria.


It is the main settlement in the Jaun (Podjuna) Valley of the Drava River, east of the Carinthian capital Klagenfurt. Here the road from Völkermarkt leads uphill to the Karawanks mountain range and across the Seebergsattel Pass to Slovenia. The nearby lake Gösselsdorfer See is a popular destination for day-trippers in summer.

The municipal area includes the Katastralgemeinden Buchbrunn (Bukovje), Gablern (Lovanke), Gösselsdorf (Goselna vas), Kühnsdorf (Sinča vas), Loibegg (Belovče), Mittlern (Metlova), Mökriach (Mokrije) and Pribelsdorf (Priblja vas). At the 2001 census 8.6 % of the population were Carinthian Slovenes.


In the late 11th century the Aribonid count Kazelin (Chazelinus) founded Eberndorf Abbey within the Duchy of Carinthia. Patriarch Ulrich von Aquileia confirmed the establishment in an 1106 deed concerning the translation of the count's mortal remains to the newly built monastery church. In the mid 12th century, Patriarch Pilgrim of Aquileia had the premises enlarged as a Canons Regular community. From 1473, the buildings were devastated by Ottoman incursions and a fire, the reconstruction was supervised by Provost Leonhard von Keutschach, the later Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg.

Other: Carinthia, Oberkärnten, Klagenfurt, Eberndorf

Neighbours: Oberkärnten, West- und Südsteiermark, Upper Carniola Statistical Region, Westliche Obersteiermark, Savinjska, Koroška, Klagenfurt

Suggested citation: Michal Páleník: Europe and its regions in numbers - Eberndorf – AT213, IZ Bratislava, retrieved from: https://www.iz.sk/​PAT213, ISBN: 978-80-970204-9-1, DOI:10.5281/zenodo.10200164