|Land of the Federal Republic:||Tirol (Austria)|
|political district:||Schwaz (KFZ)|
|surface:||56.73 km ²|
|geographical situation:|| |
Coordinates: 47° 16 ′ N, 11° 55 ′ O 47° 16 ′ N, 11° 55 ′ O
|height:||800 m and. NN|
|inhabitant:||770 (31. December 2003)|
|Postal zip code:||6272|
|municipality code number:||7 09 32|
|municipal authorities:|| |
|Municipal office:|| Mute mountain, village route 15, |
|official Website:||Municipality mute mountain|
|local council:||10 members|
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mute mountain is appropriate in the middle Zillertal above mute, at the mountain-slopes on both sides the March brook. The scattered housing estate consists of the local parts gate hereditary suppl., mute mountain and small mute mountain. The seat of the municipality is in mute.
The March reason widens from the delta in the Ziller after a close, steep and forest-rich section to a far, open Almengebiet.
a rag hatchet made of bronze was found to history in mute, which is assigned to the middle Bronzezeit. Mute mountain is mentioned documentary for the first time 1143 as “Mons supra Stume”, when pin received the Herrenchiemsee from the archbishop Konrad from Salzburg a half yard. Administrative seat of the yard Marks of mute was lock mute. The yards at the mute mountain and gate hereditary suppl. were put on as Schwaighöfe, them had to deliver material assets. The felling trees rift for the March reason for the Schmelzhütten of the valley was important. 1849 was united mute mountain and gate hereditary suppl. to the municipality mute mountain.
Achenkirch | Aschau in the Zillertal | Fire mountain | Bridge in the Zillertal | Book with Jenbach | Evenly at the oh lake | Finch mountain | Add | Adding mountain | Gallzein | Gerlos | Gerlosberg | Hainzenberg | Hard in the Zillertal | Hippach | Jenbach | Cold brook | Mayrhofen | Pellet | RAM sow in the Zillertal | Ried in the Zillertal | Tubing mountain | Schlitters | Schwaz | Schwendau | Stans | Stone mountain at the Rofan | Strass in the Zillertal | Mutely | Mute mountain | Terfens | Tux | Uderns | Vomp | Weer | Weerberg | How/as-sing | Cell at the Ziller | Cell mountain