[German boo r-guh n-lahnt] /German ˈbʊər gənˌlɑnt/

a province in E Austria, bordering Hungary. 1530 sq. mi. (3960 sq. km).
Capital: Eisenstadt.
/German ˈaizənʃtat/
a town in E Austria, capital of Burgenland province: Hungarian until 1921. Pop: 11 334 (2001)
/German ˈbʊrɡənˌlant/
a state of E Austria. Capital: Eisenstadt. Pop: 276 419 (2003 est). Area: 3965 sq km (1531 sq miles)


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