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Oberpullendorf

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Oberpullendorf (ˌoːbɐˈpʊləndɔʁf; Gornja Pulja or Zgornja Pulja; Felsőpulya) is a town in Burgenland, Austria. It is the administrative center of the district of Oberpullendorf. Geography Oberpullendorf is a municipality in the middle of the Burgenland. It consists of two united communities: Mitterpullendorf and Oberpullendorf, and is also the capital of the same called administrative district of Oberpullendorf. It is surrounded by the communities of Stoob to the north, Großwarasdorf to the east, Frankenau-Unterpullendorf to the south, and Steinberg-Dörfl to the west. The Stooberbach crosses the municipality from north-west to the south-east. History The district of Oberpullendorf has been populated since the Neolithic age. During the early Iron Age the district was a flourishing iron industrial area. Josef Polatschek, a gardener and regional researcher, mapped several ancient iron extraction sites in the district. Oberpullendorf was firstly documented in 122
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