Kobersdorf Synagoge
Kleinhöflein im Burgenland at the foot of the Leitha Mountains
Calvary
Unterwart Landscape ( East Styrian Hills )
The Old Town Hall
Districts of Burgenland
Paul I in 1655
The Ostrogothic Kingdom in Pannonia
Joseph Weigl in 1829
Habsburg mortgages in Burgenland between the 15th and 17th centuries
Joseph Haydn in 1791
The Kingdom of Hungary as divided into 3 parts
Robert Musil around 1900
Protocoll of Venice from Oct.13.1921
A memorial in Krensdorf to soldiers who died in the two World Wars
Burgenland under Soviet administration, 1945-1955
Burgenland is part of Centrope, a project establishing a multinational region in four Central European states: Slovakia, Austria, Hungary and the Czech Republic.

Eisenstadt (Kismarton; Željezni grad; Željezno; Železno, Austro-Bavarian: Eisnstod) is a city in Austria, the state capital of Burgenland.

- Eisenstadt

The Siebengemeinden (שֶבַע קְהִלּוֹת; Seven Communities, Hét hitközség ) were seven Jewish communities located in Eisenstadt and its surrounding area.

- Siebengemeinden

The Siebengemeinden (now in Austrian Burgenland, which formerly belonged to Hungary) were composed of communities in Eisenstadt, Mattersdorf (now Mattersburg), Kobersdorf, Lackenbach, Frauenkirchen, Kittsee, and Deutschkreutz (Tzeilem).

- Siebengemeinden

Eisenstadt

- Burgenland

Meir Eisenstadt (1670–1744) rabbi of the Siebengemeinden

- Eisenstadt

Before their deportation during 1938, the traditionally very religious Burgenland Jews were concentrated in the famous "Seven Communities" (Siebengemeinden/Sheva kehillot) in Eisenstadt, Mattersburg, Kittsee, Frauenkirchen, Kobersdorf, Lackenbach and Deutschkreutz, where they formed a substantial part of the population: e.g. in Lackenbach, 62% of the population was Jewish as of 1869.

- Burgenland

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