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Encyclopedia > Inn (district)

Inn is an administrative district in the canton of Graubünden, Switzerland. It has an area of 1,196.77 km² and a population of 9,371 (as of December 2004). In contrast to centrally organised states, in the federally constituted Switzerland each Canton is completely free to decide its own internal organisation. ... The twenty-six cantons of Switzerland are the states of the federal state of Switzerland. ... {{Infobox Canton|short_name=Grisons| |7,105 km²]]. Only about a third of this is commonly regarded as productive land. ...

It consists of four Kreise (sub-districts) and eighteen municipalities: Municipalities are the smallest government division in Switzerland. ...

Ramosch (Remüs) sub-district
Municipality Population (31 Dec 2004) Area (km²)
Ramosch 495 84.08
Samnaun 819 56.18
Tschlin 424 75.08
Suot Tasna (Untertasna) sub-district
Municipality Population (31 Dec 2004) Area (km²)
Ftan 497 43.10
Scuol 2,190 144.14
Sent 860 111.74
Sur Tasna (Obtasna) sub-district
Municipality Population (31 Dec 2004) Area (km²)
Ardez 432 61.43
Guarda 177 31.45
Lavin 194 46.18
Susch 214 93.95
Tarasp 308 46.90
Zernez 1,035 203.91
Val Müstair
Municipality Population (31 Dec 2004) Area (km²)
Fuldera 127 13.19
62 6.84
Müstair 814 77.71
Santa Maria Val Müstair 346 41.62
Tschierv 174 42.56
Valchava 203 16.71

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Rottal-Inn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (174 words)
Neighboring districts are (from the south clockwise) Altötting, Mühldorf, Landshut, Dingolfing-Landau and Passau.
The main rivers in the district are the Inn and its tributary, the Rott.
In the upper-left is a panther as the symbol of Eggenfelden, derived from the coat of arms of the Counts of Spanheim, who ruled the area until the 13th century.
Inn District - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (102 words)
The Inn District (German Innviertel) is an Austrian region southeast of the Inn river, belonging to Upper Austria and bordering Bavaria.
The Inn District belonged to Bavaria until 1774.
Braunau, located on the Inn river and the border to Bavaria, is the place where Adolf Hitler was born.
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