Anif

Anif

Infobox Ort in Österreich
Art = Gemeinde
Name = Anif
Wappen = Wappen at anif.pngimage_photo=Wasserschloss Anif 03.jpg
imagesize=300px
image_caption=Wasserschloss Anif
lat_deg = 47 | lat_min = 45 | lat_sec = 00
lon_deg = 13 | lon_min = 04 | lon_sec = 00
Bundesland = Salzburg
Bezirk = Salzburg-Umgebung
Höhe = 434
Fläche = 7.61
Einwohner = 4081
Stand = 2005-12-31
PLZ = 5081
Vorwahl = 06246
Kfz = SL
Gemeindekennziffer = 50 301
NUTS = AT323
Straße = Aniferstraße 10
Website = [http://www.anif.salzburg.at www.anif.salzburg.at]
Bürgermeister = Hans Krüger
Partei = ÖVP
Gemeinderatanzahl = 21
Gemeinderat = 14 ÖVP, 4 SPÖ, 2 Grüne, 1 LG : Liste Grasmann
Wahljahr = 2004

Anif is a small municipality with 4,300 inhabitants, located south of Salzburg in the state of Salzburg, Austria.

History

The place was mentioned for the first time as "the church near Anif" in 788. In 1782, MM. Grimm recorded in his Brixener Volksbuch a local tale about a peasant and a Wilde Woman (Wilde Frau). Anif as a village of its own with its part "Niederalm" was separated from the neighbour village Grödig on July 17, 1894. Later on a third part was established, "Neu Anif".

Famous persons

* Herbert von Karajan, famous maestro, lived and has his tomb there
* Dr. Hans Katschthaler, * March 13, 1933 in Embach, a village in the county of Pinzgau, former governor of Salzburg province
* Luise Martini, * November 10 1931 in Vienna, actress
* Riccardo Muti, * 1941 in Naples, Italy, famous maestro
* Josef and Rosita Magnus, artitsts
* Karl Habsburg-Lothringen, * January 11, 1961 in Starnberg, Bavaria, grandson of last Austrian Emperor Karl I, (1916 - 1918), lives in "Swoboda Villa", today called "Casa Austria"

Historical Inns

* "Kaiserhof": first time mentioned in 15th century, today a hotel
* "Friesacher": in the 16th century granted the right to serve beverages at the farmhouse "Puechnergut", today a well known hotel
* "Zum Husaren": existing since 1877, the building itself had been established in 1645
* "Schlosswirt": building mentioned first time in 1380, since 1607 the licence to serve wine and beer

ights

*The old church of the village
*The Anif Palace, which became famous through the american film "The Sound of Music" and which is owned by the family Earl of Moy
*The Lasseregg Palace in the Niederalm, a part of the village Anif

References

* "Anif, Kultur, Geschichte und Wirtschaft von Anif, Niederalm und Neu-Anif", Heinz Dopsch, Ewald Hiebl, 2003, 688 pages about the history of Anif, edition without an ISBN


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