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Radstadt Radstadt is a historic town in the district of St. Johann im Pongau in the Austrian state of Salzburg.
Radstadt In the 4th century before the Common Era the area was settled by Celtic tribes, their Noricum kingdom was incorporated as a Roman province about 15 BC. The road across the Tauern Pass was part of a major Roman road, leading from Aquileia in Italy to the city of Iuvavum (present-day Salzburg) in the north.
Radstadt The town is part of the Salzburg Pongau region. It is located on the Enns River, near the confluence with its Taurach tributary, at the foot of Roßbrand mountain, part of the Salzburg Slate Alps.
Radstadt A place called "Rastat" (i.e. "resting place") was already mentioned in a 1074 deed, the town of Radstadt was founded in the 13th century, when the "Pongau" region became part of the Archbishopric of Salzburg, and received city rights in 1289. The town was of significant value for the protection of the Ennstal Valley and the road crossing the Alpine crest via Radstädter Tauern Pass towards Carinthia and Aquileia. Radstadt has a Gothic church consecrated in 1417, and a town hall dating from 16th century.
Radstadt Today Radstadt is also a popular tourism resort, with more tourists annually than the year-round population. It features its own ski area, and is part of an extended downhill ski and snowboard region (Ski Amadé) with links with the neighbouring town of Altenmarkt.
Radstadt Seats in the municipal assembly ("Stadtsenat") as of 2009 elections
Radstadt In the south the road runs parallel to the Taurach stream up to Untertauern, Obertauern and the Radstädter Tauern Pass at , which marks the border with the Salzburg Lungau region.
Radstadt In the German Peasants' War of 1524/25, the citizens sided with Prince-Archbishop Matthäus Lang von Wellenburg and resisted a siege by a peasants' army of about 5,000 men led by Michael Gaismair. The city walls are preserved, including three towers which the besiegers were forced to erect after their defeat. As in many other Salzburg areas under the rule of Archbishop Leopold Anton von Firmian, the Protestant population was expelled in 1731/32; as "Exulanten" they were granted asylum by the Prussian king Frederick William I and settled in the Gumbinnen region of East Prussia.
Radstadt Tauern The Radstadt Tauern form the westernmost part of the Low Tauern. They are bounded to the southwest by the High Tauern, to the northwest by the Pongau and to the east by the Schladming Tauern. Their name comes from the town of Radstadt in the Enns valley.
Radstadt Tauern In the north and south of the range railways and federal roads ("Bundesstraßen") run along the upper Enns and upper Mur valleys.