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Coordinates: 47°20′N 13°20′E / 47.333°N 13.333°E / 47.333; 13.333

Republic of Austria
Republik Österreich  (German)
Flag Coat of arms
Anthem: 
  • Land der Berge, Land am Strome  (German)
  • Land of Mountains, Land by the River
  • Location of  Austria  (dark green)

    – in Europe  (green & dark grey)
    – in the European Union  (green)  –  [Legend]

    Capital
    and largest city
    Vienna
    48°12′N 16°21′E / 48.200°N 16.350°E / 48.200; 16.350
    Official languages Austrian German[a]
    Ethnic groups (2012)
  • 81.1% Austrians[1]
  • 2.7% Germans
  • 2.2% Serbs
  • 2.2% Turks
  • 11.5% Others
  • Demonym Austrian
    Government Federal parliamentary republic
     •  President College formed by Doris Bures, Karlheinz Kopf and Norbert Hofer
     •  Chancellor Christian Kern
    Legislature Parliament
     •  Upper house Federal Council
     •  Lower house National Council
    Independence
     •  Margraviate of Austria 976 
     •  Duchy of Austria 1156 
     •  Archduchy of Austria 1453 
     •  Austrian Empire 1804 
     •  Austro-Hungarian Empire 1867 
     •  First Republic 1918 
     •  Federal State 1934 
     •  Anschluss 1938 
     •  Second Republic since 1945 
     •  State Treaty in effect 27 July 1955 
     •  Joined the European Union 1 January 1995 
    Area
     •  Total 83,879 km2 (115th)
    32,385.86 sq mi
     •  Water (%) 1.7
    Population
     •  April 2016 estimate 8,725,931[2] (94th)
     •  Density 101.4/km2 (106th)
    262.6/sq mi
    GDP (PPP) 2016 estimate
     •  Total 3.333 billion[3]
     •  Per capita 986[3] (17)
    GDP (nominal) 2016 estimate
     •  Total 7.299 billion[3] (29)
     •  Per capita 724[3] (14)
    Gini (2014)  27.6[4]
    low · 14th
    HDI (2014)  0.885[5]
    very high · 23rd
    Currency Euro (€)[b] (EUR)
    Time zone CET (UTC+01)
     •  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+02)
    Drives on the right
    Calling code +43
    ISO 3166 code AT
    Internet TLD .at[c]
    a. ^ Croatian, Czech, Hungarian, Romani, Slovak, and Slovene are officially recognised by the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages (ECRML).
    b. ^ Austrian schilling before 1999; Virtual Euro since 1 January 1999; Euro since 1 January 2002.
    c. ^ The .eu domain is also used, as it is shared with other European Union member states.

    Austriai/ˈɒstriə, ˈɔː-/Österreich[ˈøːstɐˌʁaɪç]Republic of AustriaRepublik Österreich listen (help·info)

    Etymology[edit]

    ÖsterreichMarchia orientalis

    History[edit]

    Middle Ages[edit]

    17th and 18th centuries[edit]

    19th century[edit]

    Deutscher Bund

    20th century[edit]

    Post-war settlement[edit]

    Staat Deutschösterreich

    Interwar period and World War II[edit]

    Selbstausschaltung des Parlaments

    After World War II[edit]

    Politics[edit]

    Direktmandat

    Österreich -Konvent

    Since 2006[edit]

    Foreign relations[edit]

    Military[edit]

    Bundesheer

    Branches of the Austrian Armed Forces

    Austrian Army
    Leopard 2 main battle tank

    Austrian Air Force
    Eurofighter Typhoon fighter aircraft

    Administrative divisions[edit]

    BundesländerBezirkeStatutarstädteGemeinden

    State Capital Area
    (sq km)
    Population
    (1 April. 2015)
    GDP (euro)
    (2012 Eurostat)
    GDP per capita
    Burgenland Eisenstadt 3,965 288,472 7.311 bn 25,600
    Carinthia Klagenfurt 9,536 557,754 17.62 bn 31,700
    Lower Austria Sankt Pölten 19,178 1,638,618 49.75 bn 30,800
    Salzburg Salzburg 7,154 539,612 23.585 bn 44,500
    Styria Graz 16,401 1,222,326 40.696 bn 33,600
    Tyrol Innsbruck 12,648 730,444 28.052 bn 39,400
    Upper Austria Linz 11,982 1,439,592 53.863 bn 38,000
    Vienna 415 1,805,681 81.772 bn 47,300
    Vorarlberg Bregenz 2,601 379,613 14.463 bn 38,900

    Geography[edit]

    The six highest mountains in Austria are:

    Name Height Range
    7000100000000000000♠1 Grossglockner !Großglockner 3,798 m Tauern, High !High Tauern
    7000200000000000000♠2 Wildspitze 3,772 m Otztal Alps !Ötztal Alps
    7000300000000000000♠3 Kleinglockner 3,770 m Tauern, High !High Tauern
    7000400000000000000♠4 Weisskugel !Weißkugel 3,739 m Otztal Alps !Ötztal Alps
    7000500000000000000♠5 Poschlturm !Pöschlturm 3,721 m Tauern, High !High Tauern
    7000600000000000000♠6 Hortnagelturm !Hörtnagelturm 3,719 m Tauern, High !High Tauern
    • View of Krems at the end of Wachau valley

    • View of Hallstatt

    • Austrian rural area of Schoppernau in summer

    • View of the Großglockner from Heiligenblut

    • The plains of the Weinviertel

    Climate[edit]

    Economy[edit]

    Energy[edit]

    Transport[edit]

    • The eight-lane A2 Süd Autobahn motorway, between the exits Wiener Neudorf and Mödling/SCS

    • High-speed train of the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB)

    • Austria's largest Classification yard near Vienna

    • U-Bahn Wien

    • Vienna International Airport

    • Passenger ship on Danube River

    • Cargo ship on Danube near Melk

    Demographics[edit]

    Rank Nationality Population (1 January 2014)
    1 Germany 210,735
    2 Turkey 159,958
    3 Bosnia and Herzegovina 155,050
    4 Serbia 132,553
    5 Romania 79,264
    6 Poland 66,802
    7 Hungary 55,038
    8 Czech Republic 40,833
    9 Croatia 39,782
    10 Slovakia 32,633
    11 Russia 30,249
    12 Italy 27,720
    13 Macedonia 22,430
    14 Slovenia 19,663
    15 Bulgaria 18,481

    Largest cities[edit]

     
  • v
  • t
  • e
  • Largest cities or towns in Austria
    Statistik Austria 1 January 2014
    Rank Name State Pop. Rank Name State Pop.

    Vienna

    Graz
    1 Vienna Vienna 1,812,605 11 Wiener Neustadt Lower Austria 42,273
    Linz

    Salzburg
    2 Graz Styria 269,997 12 Steyr Upper Austria 38,120
    3 Linz Upper Austria 193,814 13 Feldkirch Vorarlberg 31,428
    4 Salzburg Salzburg 146,631 14 Bregenz Vorarlberg 28,412
    5 Innsbruck Tyrol 124,579 15 Leonding Upper Austria 26,174
    6 Klagenfurt Carinthia 96,640 16 Klosterneuburg Lower Austria 26,395
    7 Villach Carinthia 60,004 17 Baden Lower Austria 25,229
    8 Wels Upper Austria 59,339 18 Wolfsberg Carinthia 24,993
    9 Sankt Pölten Lower Austria 52,145 19 Leoben Styria 24,466
    10 Dornbirn Vorarlberg 46,883 20 Krems Lower Austria 24,085

    Language[edit]

    Ethnic groups[edit]

    Staatsvertrag

    Religion[edit]

    Main Denominations in Austria[108][109]
    Year Population Catholics Percentage Lutherans[110] Percentage
    1971 7,491,526 6,548,316 87.4% 447,070 6.0%
    1981 7,555,338 6,372,645 84.3% 423,162 5.6%
    1991 7,795,786 6,081,454 78.0% 338,709 5.0%
    2001 8,032,926 5,915,421 73.6% 376,150 4.7%
    2011 8,430,558[111] 5,403,722[112] 64.1 % 319,752 3.8%
    2014 8,573,000[111] 5,265,757[112] 61.4 % 309,173 3.6%
    • 44% of Austrian citizens responded that "they believe there is a God".
    • 38% answered that "they believe there is some sort of spirit or life force".
    • 12% answered that "they do not believe there is any sort of spirit, God, or life force".

    Education[edit]

    Standard attendance times are 8 am to 12 pm or 1 pm, with hourly five- or ten-minute breaks. Children are given homework daily from the first year. Historically there has been no lunch hour, with children returning home to eat. However, due to a rise in the number of mothers in work, primary schools are increasingly offering pre-lesson and afternoon care.

    As at primary school, lessons at Gymnasium begin at 8 am and continue with short intervals until lunchtime or early afternoon, with children returning home to a late lunch. Older pupils often attend further lessons after a break for lunch, generally eaten at school. As at primary level, all pupils follow the same plan of work. Great emphasis is placed on homework and frequent testing. Satisfactory marks in the end-of-the-year report ("Zeugnis") are a prerequisite for moving up ("aufsteigen") to the next class. Pupils who do not meet the required standard re-sit their tests at the end of the summer holidays; those whose marks are still not satisfactory are required to re-sit the year ("sitzenbleiben").

    It is not uncommon for a pupil to re-sit more than one year of school. After completing the first two years, pupils choose between one of two strands, known as "Gymnasium" (slightly more emphasis on arts) or "Realgymnasium" (slightly more emphasis on science). Whilst many schools offer both strands, some do not, and as a result, some children move schools for a second time at age 12. At age 14, pupils may choose to remain in one of these two strands, or to change to a vocational course, possibly with a further change of school.

    Culture[edit]

    Music[edit]

    Art and architecture[edit]

    Cinema and theatre[edit]

    Science and philosophy[edit]

    Literature[edit]

    Food and beverages[edit]

    Sports[edit]

    See also[edit]

  • Book: Austria
    • Index of Austria-related articles
    • Outline of Austria

    References[edit]

    External links[edit]

    • "Austria". The World Factbook. Central Intelligence Agency. 
    • Austria entry at Encyclopædia Britannica
    • Austria information from the United States Department of State
    • Austria at UCB Libraries GovPubs
    • Austria at DMOZ
    • Information on Austria Sorted by regions. Choose from 5 languages.
    • Austria profile from the BBC News
    • Wikimedia Atlas of Austria
    • Geographic data related to Austria at OpenStreetMap
    • Key Development Forecasts for Austria from International Futures
    • Things to see and do in Austria
    • Federal Chancellery of Austria official government portal
    • AEIOU Austria Albums (in German, English)
    • Chief of State and Cabinet Members
    • Austrian Law Information on Austrian Law
    • World Bank Summary Trade Statistics Austria
    • Austria.info Official homepage of the Austrian National Tourist Office
    • Austria.mu Homepage of the Austrian Museums
    • TourMyCountry.com Website on Austrian culture, cuisine and tourist attractions
    • Europe Pictures – Austria
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    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austria



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