Quarter above the Manhartsberg the forest district is the northwestern part of the country Lower Austria. In the South, the Waldviertel was limited by the Danube River, in the Southwest by Upper Austria, in the Northwest and the North by the Czech Republic and in the East by the Manhartsberg. It owed its name this terrain formation quarter above the Manhartsberg. The voice relationships on the Social Democratic Workers Party (SDAP) 23.0%, Christian social Partei(CSP) with 56.5% and the German Volkspartei(GDVP) with 20.5% spread in the quarter above the Manhartsberg. Quarter under the Manhartsberg called the wine district, also a quarter under the Manhartsberg, lower Austria was in the northeast of the country.
The name is used since the beginning of the 20th century. The Weinviertel in Austria’s largest wine-growing region and also owes its name to the Manhartsberg terrain formation. In the quarter under the Manhartsberg spread the voice relationships on the Social Democratic Workers Party (SDAP) 24.0%, Christian social Partei(CSP) with 63.5% and the German Volkspartei(GDVP) with 12.5%. Area above the Wienerwald The Mostviertel region is the South-Western of the four quarter of lower Austria. It was bounded in the North by the Danube in the South and West from the border to the province of Styria and Upper Austria.
In the East, the Wienerwald as site formation forms a natural border, hence the second name of quarter above the Wienerwald. The voice relationships on the Social Democratic Workers Party (SDAP) with 32.2%, the Christian-social Partei(CSP) with 56.9% and the German Volkspartei(GDVP) 10.9% spread in the area above the Wienerwald. Quarter under the Wienerwald the industrial district is the area under the Wienerwald; was the South-Eastern part of lower Austria. The northern border to the quarter under the Manhartsberg ranges vone of the land border at Hainburg on the Danube to Vienna, where the West border of the Mostviertel region along the so-called line of Spa and the outlets of the area formation runs from Vienna South. The southern border ran along the ridge to the province of Styria, until she came across the mountains, this followed back towards the North and the Leitha and the Leitha mountains area formation formed the eastern border to the emerging land Burgenland. The voice relationships on the Social Democratic Workers Party (SDAP) with 55.2%, the Christian-social Partei(CSP) with 32.9%, and the third Volkspartei(GDVP) with 11.9% spread in the district under the Wienerwald.