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  • proper n. the easternmost federal state of Austria.


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From German.


  • Location: Eisenzicken (near Oberwart in Burgenland, East Austria)

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  • Rebecca: Flourescent pink dress with fru-fru bow for a performance of a Haydn mass at a little Pfarrkirche in Burgenland.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • The wines are grown in the east of the country in the Burgenland region, close to Lake Neusiedl at Illmitz.

    An Austrian Reawakening

  • I partcipated in a blind tasting in September 09 for the Austrian magazine WIne-Times and the Österreichische Gastronomie Zeitung, which took place in Weiden-am-See, Burgenland.

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  • July 30th: At last our truck door was opened and the 30 of us were told to get out - this is Rotenturm station, and marched with much clattering of tins & dixies, etc to Eisenzicken, Burgenland - 4 kilos from Hungary, where we were taken by the Burgermaster to an old converted cow-shed which was to serve as our sleeping quarters for many months.

    Stan Prout

  • Bernstein is a small village about 80km south of Vienna, in a region of rolling hills and woodland known as Burgenland.


  • They saved several dozen refugees from Burgenland, Austria, who lived in cramped, destitute conditions on the deck of a boat on the Danube, under Hungarian guard.

    Gisi Fleischmann.

  • Her father, Carl Karlik, was director of the national mortgage institution for Lower Austria and Burgenland.

    Trafficking Materials and Gendered Experimental Practices: Radium Research in Early 20th Century Vienna

  • I became a convert after a recent visit to the Umathum winery in Frauenkirchen, Burgenland, Austria.

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  • Languages: German (official nationwide) 88.6%, Turkish 2.3%, Serbian 2.2%, Croatian (official in Burgenland) 1.6%, other (includes Slovene, official in Carinthia, and Hungarian, official in Burgenland) 5.3% (2001 census)



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