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Bludenz Bludenz itself was first mentioned in an 830 urbarium of the Raetian estates within the Carolingian Empire. The town was established by the comital Werdenberg dynasty, town privileges were granted in 1274. A stay of the Habsburg duke Frederick IV of Austria, who had just received an Imperial ban at the Council of Constance, is documented on 30 March 1416. Four years later, Bludenz passed to the Further Austrian possessions of the Habsburg dynasty.
Bludenz Archaeological finds indicate settlement in the area of Bludenz began in the Bronze Age, lasting up to the La Tène era. The name Bludenz originates from the Celts. In 600 BC there was a military training ground of the Romans.
Bludenz Over the years, churches and castles were built in the city.
Bludenz Bludenz is a town in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg. It is the administrative seat of Bludenz District, which encompasses about half of the state's territory.
Bludenz The town is located on the Ill River, a direct tributary of the Rhine. It is surrounded by the ranges of the Bregenz Forest Mountains in the north, and by the Rätikon and Silvretta ranges in the south. Bludenz lies at the meeting point of five valleys: Walgau and Montafon (Ill), Brandnertal, Klostertal up to Arlberg Pass, and Großes Walsertal.
Bludenz In 1796, Ignaz Anton von Indermauer was murdered at the Priory of St. Peter in Bludenz.
Bludenz Bludenz is a popular hiking and mountain-biking resort in the summer months, located on the way to many nearby skiing resorts (e.g., Brand and Lech). Due to the A14 Rheintal/Walgau Autobahn with its southeastern terminus in Bludenz, the name of the town is well known in Austria.
Bludenz Major companies are Mondelēz International (Milka chocolate) and Fohrenburger (beer, 5.2% alcohol).
Bludenz The Bludenz district headquarters are situated in the Castle of Gayenhofen, built in the 18th century.
Bludenz District Area of the district is 1,287.63 km², population is 61,407 (January 1, 2012), and population density 48 persons per km². Administrative center of the district is Bludenz.