Bernstein Castle is a historical building in Bernstein im Burgenland, Austria, first mentioned in the 13th century.
Pinkafeld (Hungarian: Pinkafő, Croatian: Pinkafelj, Slovene: Pinkafel, Romani: Pinkafa) is a city in Burgenland in Austria and the second largest settlement (after Oberwart) in the district Oberwart.
Latitude: 47° 22' 0.01" N
Longitude: 16° 07' 0.01" E
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Burg Schlaining is a castle located in Stadtschlaining in the Austrian state of Burgenland.
Siget in der Wart or Őrisziget (German: Siget in der Wart; Hungarian: Őrisziget) is a small village in Burgenland, Austria, in the district of Oberwart (Hun: Felsőőr). The village lies on the banks of the Zicken Bach (Szék-patak) and administrativel…
The South-east wall (German: Südostwall) (also known as Reichsschutzstellung) was a system of fortifications planned by Nazi Germany in the late stages of World War II to extend along the Little Carpathians and Lake Neusiedl southwards to the River …
Schloss Krumbach is a castle located in the market town of Krumbach in the state of Lower Austria in Austria.
Eisenzicken (Hungarian: Németciklény, Vasverőszék or Vasszék, Croatian: Nimski Cikljin) is a small community in Burgenland, Austria that belongs to the neighbouring village of Unterwart (Hun.: Alsóőr).
Burg Neuberg is a castle in Styria, Austria.
Burg Festenburg is a castle in Styria, Austria.
Neuhaus in der Wart (formerly Krobotdorf or Kroatdorf, Croatian: Dobra, Hungarian: Őridobra ) is a Katastralgemeinde of the municipality Mischendorf in southern Burgenland, Austria.
Miedlingsdorf is an Austrian village in the state of Burgenland and belongs to the precinct Oberwart.
Gfangen (also Hungarian: Gfangen-telep) is a part of the Austrian town Pinkafeld in Burgenland, which has the postal code 7423.
Burg Thalberg is a castle in Styria, Austria.