Griffen, Austria


Griffen, Austria

Infobox Town AT
name=Griffen
name_local=
image_coa = Wappen at griffen.png

state = Carinthia
regbzk =
district = Völkermarkt
population =3677
population_as_of = 2001
population_ref =
pop_dens =
area = 74.74
elevation = 484
lat_deg=46
lat_min=42
lat_hem=N
lon_deg=14
lon_min=44
lon_hem=E
postal_code = 9112
area_code =04233
mayor = Josef Müller
website = [http://www.griffen.at www.griffen.at]

Griffen (Slovene: Grebinj) is a town in the district of Völkermarkt in Carinthia in Austria, home to the Griffen Abbey. It is most famous for being the birthplace of Austrian writer Peter Handke.

ee also

* Burgruine Griffen
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