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    21 mag 2023 · Gmunden (German: [ˈɡmʊndn̩] ) is a town in Upper Austria, Austria in the district of Gmunden. It has 13,204 inhabitants (estimates 2016 [3] ). Geography [ edit ]

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    • 425 m (1,394 ft)
  2. 21 mag 2023 · Bezirk Gmunden is a district of the state of Upper Austria in Austria. Municipalities. Towns (Städte) are indicated in boldface; market towns (Marktgemeinden) in italics; suburbs, hamlets and other subdivisions of a municipality are indicated in small characters. Altmünster; Bad Goisern; Bad Ischl; Ebensee; Gmunden; Gosau; Grünau ...

    • 1,432.6 km² (553.1 sq mi)
    • Austria
  3. Maximilian Lahnsteiner. Maximilian Lahnsteiner ( Gmunden, 16 agosto 1996) è un ex sciatore alpino austriaco, vincitore della Coppa Europa nel 2021 .

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  4. Gmunden, town, north-central Austria, where the Traun River flows out of Lake Traun (Traunsee), a mountain lake. The site of Celtic and Roman settlements, Gmunden was fortified in the 12th century and chartered in the 13th. Its Baroque parish church on 13th-century foundations was consecrated in 1723, and the town hall dates from 1659. Once an important centre of the Salzkammergut (“salt ...

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  5. 23 ore fa · Gmunden liegt am Traunsee in der Region Traunsee-Almtal im Salzkammergut und bietet viel Abwechslung für einen entspannten Urlaub

  6. › wiki › GmundGmund - Wikipedia

    10 mag 2023 · Gmund, Gmünd or Gmuend (cf. German: Mündung, "(river) mouth") may refer to the following places: . Schwäbisch Gmünd, a town in Baden-Württemberg, Germany; Gmund am Tegernsee, a municipality in Bavaria, Germany