Igis is a former municipality inside the district of Landquart inside the Swiss canton of Graubunden. Far extra known than its right call Igis is its hamlet Landquart, for its Rail Station and highway exit. The municipalities of Igis and Mastrils merged on 1 January 2012 into the brand new municipality of Landquart. Igis is first stated approximately 840 as Ovinae/Aviuns. In 1149 it become stated as Auuine, in 1225 as Huiuns and in 1253 as Yges. The municipality is located inside the Funf Dorfer sub-district of the Landquart district. It is a transportation hub for the Rheintal-Prättigau place and is the third biggest municipality in Graubünden.
It consists of the village of Igis and the segment of Landquart and Landquart Fabriken. Marschlins Castle and the encompassing grounds are indexed as a Swiss heritage site of national importance. The fort is the circle of relatives fortress of the noble family of Salis-Marschlins. The contemporary Reformed church in Igis become constructed to its current look in 1486. At that point, the nave changed into extended to the south and the choir turned into extended. The essential portal became also built in 1486, as this date is carved into the stone. The art work at the north-east wall date from earlier than the 1486 preservation. It is thought that this wall is part of St. Damian's Church in Ovine that become stated in 841, although this identification is debated.