Younger Jewish cemetery Eisenstadt

(Project start summer 2016 start of the project online: March 23, 2017 End of project: October 03, 2017)

Senior Jewish cemetery Eisenstadt

(Project start: January 2015 End of project: 08 November 2015)

Jewish cemetery Mattersdorf / -burg

(Start of project 2010 End of project: December 2014)

Jewish cemetery Trieste

(Project start Spring 2016)

Basics

Territorial focus of our digital editions of the Jewish grave stones, the area of ​​today's Burgenland.
Here, there are now 14 Jewish cemeteries with approximately 8,000 grave stones and almost exclusively Hebrew grave inscriptions.

The Austrian Jewish Museum has made it before now 23 years into one of its main tasks to work up the Jewish cemeteries of Burgenland, where we find almost exclusively Hebrew inscriptions.

As early as 1995, we published the complete work-up of younger Jewish cemetery in Eisenstadt in book form.

2014, we were able to finish the first digital edition of the Jewish cemetery Mattersburg.

More information about our cemetery projects in Burgenland, see the introductory articles to the cemeteries in Mattersburg, Eisenstadt, senior Jewish cemetery and Eisenstadt, younger Jewish cemetery.

With the Jewish cemetery Trieste aware we look outside the box ...

Updated on 01 January 2018


Today there are 14 Jewish cemeteries in Burgenland which shelter approximately 8000 gravestones incised nearly exclusively with Hebrew inscriptions.

More than 23 years ago the Austrian Jewish Museum made it one of its major responsibilities to research, reappraise, sort, classify and register the Jewish cemeteries in Burgenland.

As far back as 1995 we published the results of our work at Eisenstadt's younger Jewish cemetery in book form.

In 2014 we completed the first digital edition: Mattersburg Jewish Cemetery.

In 2015 we completed the digital edition: Senior Jewish cemetery Eisenstadt.

In 2017 we completed the digital edition: Younger Jewish cemetery Eisenstadt.

For more details about our cemetery projects, please read the two accompanying articles about the cemeteries in Mattersburg, Eisenstadt, senior Jewish cemetery and Eisenstadt, younger Jewish cemetery.