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Reutte

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Reutte is a market town in the Austrian state of Tyrol. It is the administrative center of the Reutte district. Reutte is located on the Lech river, and has a population of 6,210 (2014)Neighbouring municipalitiesAdjacent municipalities and villages are: Breitenwang, Ehenbichl, Lechaschau und Pflach.HistoryReutte is located on the Via Claudia Augusta, a Roman road leading from Italy to Germany. The Tyrolean Salt Road from Hall in Tirol to Lake Constance crossed the entire district of Außerfern.Reutte was declared a market town by Sigmund in 1489. This was confirmed later by Maximilian I who also added some further rights. The people of Reutte commemorate this with an annual festival on the first Saturday in August.From 1692 the painter Paul Zeiller had a workshop in Reutte that later became an art school. His son Johann Jakob Zeiller and cousin Franz Anton Zeiller both received their first lessons there.
Reutte is in Tirol. Use our Austria trip itinerary planning website to arrange your visit to Reutte and other destinations in Austria.
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