Thyrnau

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Thyrnau
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Parish church (left) and the Loreta Chapel (right)
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Location of Thyrnau within Passau district
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Thyrnau
Coordinates: 48°37′N13°32′E / 48.617°N 13.533°E / 48.617; 13.533 Coordinates: 48°37′N13°32′E / 48.617°N 13.533°E / 48.617; 13.533
Country Germany
State Bavaria
Admin. region Niederbayern
District Passau
Government
   Mayor Alexander Sagberger
Area
  Total33.68 km2 (13.00 sq mi)
Elevation
455 m (1,493 ft)
Population
 (2018-12-31) [1]
  Total4,285
  Density130/km2 (330/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes
94136
Dialling codes 08501
Vehicle registration PA
Website www.thyrnau.de

Thyrnau is a municipality in the district of Passau in Bavaria in Germany.

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