Lienz

Lienz is a medieval town in the Austrian state of Tyrol. It is the administrative centre of the Lienz district, which covers all of East Tyrol. The municipality also includes the cadastral subdivision of Patriasdorf.

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Leonhard Of Gorizia - Life
... was born at the comital residence Bruck Castle in Lienz, the son of Count Henry VI of Görz and his wife Katalin (Catherine), a daughter of the Hungarian palatine Nicholas II Garay ... remaining "outer county" around the town of Lienz and the Puster Valley, separating the Habsburg hereditary lands of Tyrol and Carinthia, which had been possessions of the Meinhardiner dynasty until the 14th century ... to renounce all their claims but also were forced to cede the residence at Lienz and various territories in Carinthia to Frederick III ...
East Tyrol
... the administrative district (Bezirk) of Lienz ... from the 12th century held by the Counts of Gorizia, who took their residence at Lienz and inherited the County of Tyrol in 1253 ... While Tyrol was lost to the Austrian House of Habsburg in 1363, the Gorizian counts retained Lienz until the extinction of the line in 1500 ...
Lienz - International Relations - Twin Towns — Sister Cities
... Lienz is twinned with Gorizia, Italy Jackson, Wyoming, United States Selçuk, Turkey. ...
Lienz District
... Bezirk Lienz — District — Country Austria State Tyrol Number of municipalities 33 Area • Total 2,019.87 km2 (779.88 sq mi) Population (2001) • Total 50,404 • Density 25/km2 (65/sq mi) Time ... Administrative center of the district is Lienz ...
Gaimberg
... Gaimberg is a municipality in the district of Lienz in Tyrol in Austria ... It is situated north of the town of Lienz ... The neighbouring municipalities are Lienz, Nußdorf-Debant and Thurn ...