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A 4810 Gmunden 425m, district capital on the northcoast of Traunsee in Salzkammergut. View from the hithe over the town hall square and Espalande in the citycenter in west direction to the Gmundnerberg 850m.
In the native language of the webcam owner
A 4810 Gmunden 425m, Bezirkshauptstadt am Nordufer des Traunsees im Salzkammergut. Blick von der Schiffslände über den Rathausplatz und Esplanade im Stadtzentrum Richtung Westen zum Gmundnerberg 850m.
Gmunden is a town in Upper Austria, Austria in the district of Gmunden. It has 13,202 inhabitants (estimates 2004). It is much frequented as a health and summer resort, and has a variety of goat, lake, brine, vegetable and pine-cone baths, a hydropathic establishment, inhalation chambers, whey cure, etc. It is also an important centre of the salt industry in Salzkammergut. Geography: Gmunden covers an area of 63.49 km² and has a median height of 425 m. It is situated next to the lake Traunsee on the Traun River and is surrounded by high mountains, as the Traunstein (5446 ft), the Erlakogel (5150 ft), the Wilder Kogel (6860 ft) and the Höllengebirge. Municipal arrangement: Gmunden is divided into the following boroughs: Gmunden, Gmunden-Ort, Schlagen, Traundorf, Traunstein. Neighboring municipalities: Demographics: As of 2001, Gmunden has a population of 13,336. Of that, 88.4 % are Austrian in nationality, 1.5 % are from other European Union states, and 10.2 % are other foreigners. ... Read more about Gmunden on Wikipedia