What Is Frauenfeld?
Frauenfled is Thurgau canton’s capital in the country of Switzerland. It has a population of about 24,000.
It has an area of about 11 square miles, when it was measured in 2009. Out of this area, about five square miles (or 45%) is put to use for agriculture, while about 2.5 square miles (or 25%) is covered in forest. Of the remainder of the land, about three square miles (or 28%) is settled (roads or buildings), about 1% either lakes or rivers, and 1% is land that is classified as unproductive.
Out of the area that is built up, industrial buildings make up about 13% of the whole area while buildings and housing make up about 4% and infrastructure for transportation makes up less than 1%. Water and power infrastructure, as well as other areas that are developed specially make up about 2% of the region while sports fields, green belts, and parks make up about 8%. Out of the land covered in forest, about 23% of the whole land area is covered in heavy forest and 2% is covered with little clusters of trees and orchards. Of the land that is put to use for agriculture, about 43% is put to use for crops, while a little over 2% is used for vine crops and orchards. 100% of the water there is flowing.
Frauenfeld is a municipality that is the district and cantonal capital. It is situated along both sides of the Murg. It is comprised of Frauenfeld and the fomer communities of Schnenhof, Zlegli, Gerlikon, Horgenbach, Herten, Huben, Kurzdorf, and Langdorf.
Frauenfeld has a population of roughly 24,000. When it was measured in 2008, the population was composed of about 22% foreign nationals. Over the last decade, the population has changed at a roughly 11% rate. The majority of the population speaks German (83%), and Italian is the 2nd most commonly spoken language (about 5%), and Portuguese is the 3rd most commonly spoken language (roughly 4%).
When it was measured in 2008, the gender distribution of the population was about 52% female and 48% male.
Swiss Heritage Sites Of National Significance
There are a total of ten buildings that are listed as heritage sites of national significance in the area. There some archives and a library on the list, too. The whole city of Frauenfeld is listed as a Swiss Heritage Site.
Frauenfeld Photo Gallery
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