Musterhauspark st. pölten

Musterhauspark st. pölten

Санкт-Пёльтен сформировался в VIII веке вокруг бенедиктинского аббатства св. Ипполита (нем. Sankt Pölten), основанного в 771 году, которое и дало имя городу. Официально права города Санкт-Пёльтен получил в 1159 году. The name St Pölten is derived from Hippolytus of Rome. The city was renamed to Sankt Hippolyt, then St Polyt and finally St Pölten. Das Stadtrecht wurde St. Pölten jedoch bereits im Jahr 1159 verliehen. Damit besitzt St.

Pölten das älteste erhaltene Stadtrecht Österreichs. St. Pölten ist eine Stadt mit eigenem Statut, also mit einer eigenen Stadtverfassung, die auf einem Landesgesetz beruht. Die Gemeindekennzahl ist 30201.Der Bürgermeister der niederösterreichischen Landeshauptstadt ist seit Juli 2004 Mag. Matthias Stadler. St Pölten is divided into the following subdistricts: Altmannsdorf, Dörfl at Ochsenburg, Eggendorf, Ganzendorf, Hafing, Harland, Hart, Kreisberg, Matzersdorf, Mühlgang, Nadelbach, Oberradlberg, Oberwagram, Oberzwischenbrunn, Ochsenburg, Pengersdorf, Pottenbrunn, Pummersdorf, Ragelsdorf, Ratzersdorf at the Traisen, Reitzersdorf, Schwadorf, Spratzern, St Georgen on the Steinfelde, St Pölten, Stattersdorf, Steinfeld, Teufelhof, Unterradlberg, Unterwagram, Unterzwischenbrunn, Viehofen, Völtendorf, Waitzendorf, Wasserburg, Weitern, Wetzersdorf, Windpassing, Witzendorf, Wolfenberg, Wörth and Zwerndorf. The oldest part of the city is built on the site of the ancient Roman city of Aelium Cetium that existed between the 2nd and the 4th century. In the year 799, it was called Treisma. St Pölten did not become a town until 1050 and officially became a city in 1169. Until 1494 St Pölten was part of the diocese of Passau, and then became the property of the state. A Benedictine monastery was founded in 771. In 1081 it hosted the Augustinian Chorherren and in 1784 their Kollegiatsstift closed.

Since 1785, this building has hosted the cathedral of St Pölten. The city replaced Vienna as the capital of Lower Austria with a resolution by the Lower Austrian parliament on 10 July 1986. The Lower Austrian government has been hosted in St Pölten since 1997. Every year in the third week of May the ATP tournament takes place in St Pölten. There are multiple local tennis stadiums, including the Arena im Aufeld, the tennis centre Allround, the tennis courts by the local ice sport association 1872, the courts in St. Georgen, the courts at the Ratzersdorfer Pond, the courts in the Lower Austrian state sports school and the courts of the leisure park Megafun. Between 1911 and 1976, a tramline operated in St Pölten. Today, a network of eleven bus lines operates at regular intervals within the city.

Every summer, a free tourist train in the city centre connects the ancient parts of the city with the government district. Sankt Pölten (German pronunciation: [zaŋkt ˈpœltn̩] (listen); Central Bavarian: St. Pödn), mostly abbreviated to the official name St. Pölten,[3] is the capital and largest city of the State of Lower Austria in northeast Austria, with 55,538 inhabitants as of 1 January 2020.