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  • 1. Burgenland
    © Armbruster, Löffler
  • 2. Basic Information
    Capital: Eisenstadt
    Districts: 17
    Inhabitans: 283.518
    (3,4% of total, from Austria)
    Total Area: 3.965,46 km²
    (4,7% of total, from Austria)
    N-S expansion: 143 kmE-W expansion: 85 km
    Neighbour state: Hungary
    www.bgld.gv.at
  • 3. Districts
    Neusiedl am See(ND)
    Rust (E)
    Eisenstadt (E)
    Eisenstadt-Umgebung(EU)
    Mattersburg (MA)
    Oberpullendorf (OP)
    Oberwart(OW)
    Güssing(GS)
    Jennersdorf(JE)
  • 4. Eisenstadt - Capital
    Capital: Eisenstadt
    Inhabitans: 12.798
    Total Area: 42,91 km²
    VIP: Joseph Haydn
    Sights:
    Haydn-Museum
    Schloss Esterházy
    Bergkirche
    Dom St. Martin
    www.eisenstadt.at
  • 5. Pictures of Eisenstadt
  • 6. Did you know …
    … That the Burgenland is a worldwide synonym for high quality wine ?!
  • 7. … That the Burgenland is well known for it‘s several hot spring baths ?!
  • 8. … That even the highst point is just 884 m (Geschriebenstein)
  • 9. Culture and Festivals
    Nova Rock Festival
    (Annual Rock Festival)
    Seefestspiele Mörbisch
    (Most important Festival in Mörbisch)
    Opernfestspielen Römersteinbruch
    (Opera Festival in the UNSECO Römersteinbruch)
    Schlossspielen Kobersdorf
    („Theater-like“ Festival)
  • 10. Lake Neusiedl
    Lake-length: 36 km
    Lake- breadth: 6 to14 km
    Total Area:
    320 km² (with Reed-belt)
    142 km² (Waterarea)
    Maximum Deepness: 1,8 m
    World culturalheritage
    Covers Austria and Hungary
  • 11. The End