Eisenstadt

Kleinhöflein im Burgenland at the foot of the Leitha Mountains
Calvary
The Old Town Hall
Paul I in 1655
Joseph Weigl in 1829
Joseph Haydn in 1791
Robert Musil around 1900

City in Austria, the state capital of Burgenland.

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Emanuel Schreiber

American rabbi.

American rabbi.

Schreiber received his education at the Talmudical college of his native town, the rabbinical seminary at Eisenstadt, Hungary, and the Hochschule in Berlin (Ph.D., Heidelberg, 1873).

Joseph Weigl; Lithograph by Josef Kriehuber, 1829

Joseph Weigl

Joseph Weigl; Lithograph by Josef Kriehuber, 1829

Joseph Weigl (28 March 1766 – 3 February 1846) was an Austrian composer and conductor, born in Eisenstadt, Hungary, Austrian Empire.

A collection of nutcrackers

Fritz Spiegl

Austrian-born English musician, journalist, broadcaster, humorist and collector who lived and worked in Britain from 1939.

Austrian-born English musician, journalist, broadcaster, humorist and collector who lived and worked in Britain from 1939.

A collection of nutcrackers

Spiegl attended the Gymnasium in Eisenstadt but, as the family were Jewish, they were persecuted by the Nazis in the wake of the Anschluss of 1938.

Gravestone in Old Jewish Cemetery, Eisenstadt, November 2012.

Meir Eisenstadt

Gravestone in Old Jewish Cemetery, Eisenstadt, November 2012.

Meir ben Izsak Eisenstadt (מאיר איזנשטט, also Meir Ash, c. 1670 in Poznań – 1744 in Eisenstadt) was the author of responsa and other works of rabbinic literature.

Ivanschitz with Austria in 2012

Andreas Ivanschitz

Austrian retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder.

Austrian retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder.

Ivanschitz with Austria in 2012
Ivanschitz before Austria's friendly match against Ivory Coast in November 2012

Born in Eisenstadt, Ivanschitz began his football career as a youth in his town's local team called ASK Baumgarten, where he spent nine years.

Rabbi instructing children in 2004

Aaron Wise

American rabbi.

American rabbi.

Rabbi instructing children in 2004

Wise was educated in the Talmudic schools of Hungary, including the seminary at Eisenstadt, where he studied under Azriel Hildesheimer.

Leopold Löw

Leopold Löw

Hungarian rabbi, regarded as the most important figure of Neolog Judaism.

Hungarian rabbi, regarded as the most important figure of Neolog Judaism.

Leopold Löw
Portrait of L. Löw

He received his preliminary education at the yeshivot of Třebíč, Kolín, Lipník nad Bečvou and Eisenstadt (1824 – 35), and then studied philology, pedagogics, and Christian theology at the Lyceum of Bratislava and at the universities of Pest and Vienna (1835 – 41).

Maria Perschy

Austrian actress whose career included performances on screen with actor Rock Hudson and on American television in both daytime and prime time.

Austrian actress whose career included performances on screen with actor Rock Hudson and on American television in both daytime and prime time.

Perschy was born in Eisenstadt, Burgenland, Austria and moved to Vienna at the age of 17 to study acting.

Spa Park Bad Kissingen with "Arkadenbau"

Bad Kissingen

German spa town in the Bavarian region of Lower Franconia and seat of the district Bad Kissingen.

German spa town in the Bavarian region of Lower Franconia and seat of the district Bad Kissingen.

Spa Park Bad Kissingen with "Arkadenbau"
Bad Kissingen in 1900
The concert hall "Regentenbau"
Town hall of Bad Kissingen
The theatre of Bad Kissingen
"Rosengarten" (Rose Garden) in Bad Kissingen
The graduation tower is a known landmark
Cyrill Kistler
Kissingen about 1850, still with remains of the medieval fortification
The Battle of Kissingen, 10 July 1866
Tsar Alexander II of Russia (centre, with hat in his hand) and king Ludwig II of Bavaria in 1868
Eduard Kullmann (right) shoots at Otto von Bismarck in 1874
Bad Kissingen with its new station (left), about 1875
Bismarck-Museum
"Wandelhalle" in the spa area
"Brunnenhalle" at the spa garden
Old town hall and market square
Casino Bad Kissingen

🇦🇹 Eisenstadt, Austria (1978)

Gyula Farkas (linguist)

Farkas Gyula, or Julius von Farkas de Kisbarnak (kisbarnaki Farkas Gyula (27 September 1894, in Kismarton/Eisenstadt, Sopron megye – 12 July 1958, in Göttingen) was a Hungarian literary historian and Finno-Ugric linguist.