Tulln an der Donau, Lower Austria, Austria

🇦🇹 Tulln an der Donau is a historic town in the Austrian state of Lower Austria, the administrative seat of Tulln District. Because of its abundance of parks and gardens, Tulln is often referred to as Blumenstadt, and "The City of Togetherness" following the initiative of Peter Eisenschenk, Mayor of Tulln.

The town is situated in the centre of the Tulln Basin stretching to the Vienna Woods in the south, about 40 km (25 mi) north-west of the Austrian capital Vienna. The main part of its built-up area is located on the southern bank of the Danube river.

The municipal area comprises the cadastral communities of Frauenhofen, Langenlebarn-Oberaigen, Langenlebarn-Unteraigen, Mollersdorf, Neuaigen, Nitzing, Staasdorf, Trübensee, and Tulln proper.

Economy An important sugar producing plant, Agrana Austria, is located in Tulln. Several important trade fairs, including camping equipment and boat shows, also take place in the town. Various state institutions of Lower Austria, such as the fire brigade or the disaster relief service, have their seat in Tulln. The Federal School of Aviation is also located in Tulln.

The Franz Josef Railway crosses the Danube in Tulln, continuing via Krems an der Donau to Gmünd. Der Standard, a Viennese daily newspaper, is produced in Tulln.

Tulln an der Donau, Lower Austria, Austria 
<b>Tulln an der Donau, Lower Austria, Austria</b>
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Tulln an der Donau has a population of over 15,800 people. Tulln an der Donau also forms the centre of the wider Tulln District which has a population of over 100,851 people.

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