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Arbing

Arbing

Coat of arms
Arbing
Arbing
Location within Austria

Coordinates: 48°13′39″N 14°42′27″E / 48.22750°N 14.70750°E / 48.22750; 14.70750Coordinates: 48°13′39″N 14°42′27″E / 48.22750°N 14.70750°E / 48.22750; 14.70750

Country Austria
State Upper Austria
District Perg
Government
 • Mayor Georg Kragl (ÖVP)
Area
 • Total 12 km2 (5 sq mi)
Elevation 278 m (912 ft)
Population (Error: Invalid time.)[1]
 • Total
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 4341
Area code 07269
Vehicle registration PE
Website www.arbing.at
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Arbing is a municipality in the district Perg in Upper Austria, Austria. As of 2010 it has a population of 1366.

Geography

Arbing located at 278 meters altitude in the lower Mühlviertel at the transition from the fertile hills of the Mühlviertel Machlande level of the Danube. The extension is 4.4 kilometers from north to south, from west to east is also 4.4 kilometers. The total area is 12 square kilometers. 17.5 percent of the area is forested, 71.7 percent of the area are used for agriculture. Quarters are: Arbing, Frühstorf, Groißing, Hummelberg, Puchberg in Machland, Roisenberg. Some parts of other villages also belong to the municipality Arbing (Mollnegg, Hehenberger)

References

External links

  • Official site
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