Population development since 1869

St. Pölten

Population development 1869-2018 | St. Pölten

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Population since 1869: Description
  • Population trends are defined as the development of the population in a geographical unit over a given period. Population trends are informative from a historical, economic and sociological point of view, as they are a cross-sectional indicator resulting from a wide range of other developments.

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1869-2018 in St. Pölten
Sine 1869, the population development in St. Pölten has been 278,00%. The population development of the neighbouring municipalities is shown in the table of neighbouring municipalities.

Individual analyses & visualisations

St. Pölten: Main postcode (ZIP code): 3100

Additional ZIP Code(s): 3107, 3140, 3151, 3104, 3105, 3385

Towns & cadastral municipalities: Viehofen, St. Pölten, Unterwagram, Spratzern, Mühlgang, St. Georgen am Steinfelde, Harland, Oberwagram, Spratzern, Eggendorf, Viehofen, Ratzersdorf an der Traisen, Unterradlberg, Pottenbrunn, St.Pölten, Altmannsdorf, Harland, Ochsenburg, Hart, Ragelsdorf, Stattersdorf, Oberwagram, Mühlgang, Teufelhof, Unterwagram, St.Georgen am Steinfelde, Ganzendorf, Nadelbach, Waitzendorf, Oberradlberg, Unterzwischenbrunn, Völtendorf, Witzendorf, Oberzwischenbrunn, Pummersdorf, Wörth, Windpassing, Matzersdorf, Wasserburg, Pengersdorf, Steinfeld, Schwadorf, Dörfl bei Ochsenburg, Weitern, Hafing, Wetzersdorf, Wolfenberg.