Mühldorf am Inn is a town in Bavaria, Germany, and the capital of the district Mühldorf on the river Inn. It is located at 48°14′30″N 12°31′30″E / 48.24167°N 12.52500°E / 48.24167; 12.52500, and had a population of about 17,808 in 2005.

Mühldorf am Inn
The three churches of Mühldorf
The three churches of Mühldorf
Coat of arms of Mühldorf am Inn
Coat of arms
Location of Mühldorf am Inn within Mühldorf am Inn district
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Mühldorf am Inn is located in Germany
Mühldorf am Inn
Mühldorf am Inn
Mühldorf am Inn is located in Bavaria
Mühldorf am Inn
Mühldorf am Inn
Coordinates: 48°14′44″N 12°31′22″E / 48.24556°N 12.52278°E / 48.24556; 12.52278Coordinates: 48°14′44″N 12°31′22″E / 48.24556°N 12.52278°E / 48.24556; 12.52278
Admin. regionOberbayern
DistrictMühldorf am Inn
Subdivisions4 Stadtteile
 • MayorMichael Hetzl (UM)
 • Total29.42 km2 (11.36 sq mi)
384 m (1,260 ft)
 • Total20,779
 • Density710/km2 (1,800/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+02:00 (CEST)
Postal codes
Dialling codes08631
Vehicle registration


During the Middle Ages, the town and castle were an alod of the Luchen family. On 28 October 1287, Rapoto Luchen announced that he had entered an agreement with Archbishop Rudolph of Salzburg to hand over the alod, become the archbishop's ministerialis, and thereafter run the lands as a fief of the Prince-Archbishops of Salzburg.[2]

On 28 September 1322, the decisive Battle of Mühldorf was fought here between Bavaria and Salzburg. Before the battle, the Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg knighted several of the burghers of the town.[3]

In 1802, Mühldorf became part of Bavaria.[4]

During World War II, it was the site of the Mühldorf concentration camp complex. Several Allied air raids directed at the area were designed to target the rail links into Munich and disrupt the transportation of materiel from the "Innwerk" industrial park in Töging am Inn. Around 44 U.S. Air personnel are thought to have perished during the return flight following one of these raids. Civilian casualties are believed to be much higher due to many aircraft crews being unable to identify their primary objectives.


  1. ^ "Tabellenblatt "Daten 2", Statistischer Bericht A1200C 202041 Einwohnerzahlen der Gemeinden, Kreise und Regierungsbezirke". Bayerisches Landesamt für Statistik und Datenverarbeitung (in German). July 2020.
  2. ^ Freed, p. 206
  3. ^ Freed, p. 223
  4. ^ Heinz Dopsch u.a.: Mühldorf a. Inn - Salzburg in Bayern: 935-1802-2002

Further readingEdit

Freed, John B. Noble Bondsmen: Ministerial Marriages in the Archdiocese of Salzburg, 1100-1343. (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1995)