Carnuntum (Καρνους in Ptolemy) was a Roman army camp on the Danube in the Noricum province and after the 1st century the capital of the Pannonia Superior province, with 50,000 people.
Neusiedl am See (Czech: Nezider, Croatian: Niuzalj, Hungarian: Nezsider, Slovak: Nezider) is a town in Burgenland, Austria, and administrative center of the district of Neusiedl am See.
Latitude: 47° 56' 56.44" N
Longitude: 16° 50' 30.12" E
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Lake Neusiedl (German: Neusiedler See) or Fertő (Hungarian: Fertő tó; Croatian: Nežidersko jezero, Niuzaljsko jezero; Slovene: Nežidersko jezero) is the largest endorheic lake in Central Europe, straddling the Austria-Hungarian border. The lake cove…
The Fertő-Hanság National Park (Hungarian: Fertő-Hanság Nemzeti Park) is a national Park in North-West Hungary in Győr-Moson-Sopron county. It was created in 1991, and officially opened together with the connecting Austrian Neusiedler See National P…
Purbach am Neusiedlersee (Hungarian: Feketeváros), which is sometimes written as Purbach am Neusiedler See or Purbach am See, is a town in the Austrian state of Burgenland known for its viticulture.
The Fischa River is a river in Austria. It is a right tributary of the Danube.
Parndorf Plain (German: Parndorfer Platte, Hungarian: Parndorfi-fennsík, Pándorfalvi-fennsík, Slovak: Parndorfská plošina) also called Parndorf Heath (German: Parndorfer Heide) in northern part of Burgenland, alt. 160–180 m, area approx. 200 km², te…
ASTRA was a type of nuclear research reactor built in Seibersdorf, Austria near Vienna, at the site of the former Austrian Reactor Center Seibersdorf which now forms part of the Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT). The acronym stands for Adaptier…
The Richard-Gebert-Sportanlage was the home of Austrian football club SK Schwadorf until the club merged with VfB Admira Wacker Mödling in 2008.