- a province in E Austria, bordering Hungary. 1530 sq. mi. (3960 sq. km). Capital: Eisenstadt.
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Contemporary Examples of eisenstadt
Eisenstadt was sitting on a park bench reading a book when Ibrahim Salem Ali al-Rai attacked and killed him with an axe in 1994.
I remain unsure as to whether Eisenstadt went by “Morris” or “Moshe,” so I have included both.
Historical Examples of eisenstadt
The following week we two hired a britzcka, and posted to Eisenstadt.Tracks of a Rolling Stone
Henry J. Coke
A new epoch began at Eisenstadt with the rule of Prince Nicolaus.
These were the material advantages of the Eisenstadt appointment.
There was certainly plenty for him to do at Esterhaz—more than he had ever been required to do at Eisenstadt.
Apparently he was only at Eisenstadt for the summer and autumn.
- a town in E Austria, capital of Burgenland province: Hungarian until 1921. Pop: 11 334 (2001)
- a state of E Austria. Capital: Eisenstadt. Pop: 276 419 (2003 est). Area: 3965 sq km (1531 sq miles)