|Admin. region||Upper Bavaria|
|• Mayor||Josef Grundner|
|• Total||31.14 km2 (12.02 sq mi)|
|Elevation||416 m (1,365 ft)|
|• Density||210/km2 (550/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
The Battle of Mühldorf was fought on 28 September 1322 between Bavaria and Austria in Ampfing Heath. The Bavarians were led by Louis the Bavarian, while the Austrians were led by his cousin Frederick I of Austria. The battle did not go well for the Austrians; they were defeated, and more than 1000 noblemen from Austria and Salzburg were captured, as was Frederick himself.
Ampfing is located in the region Southeast-Upper-Bavaria (Südostoberbayern) in the valley of river Isen.
Ottmar Wimmer (CSU) is mayor.
Community tax yield amounted 5,581,000 € (converted) in 1999, thereof trade tax yield 2,948,000 € (net).
Coat of armsEdit
Divided into silver and blue; in the upper part two obliquely traversed flails, in the lower part a golden boring tool.
The town's flag shows the colours red and gold.
Anna Auer of Buolach, second wife of Gentiflor Pfaffinger
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