Klagenfurt am Wörthersee (Slovene: Celovec ob Vrbskem jezeru) is the capital of the federal state of Carinthia with a population of over 90,000 and home to the Alpen-Adria University. It is further divided into 25 Katastralgemeinden. They are: Klagenfurt, Blasendorf, Ehrenthal, Goritschitzen, Großbuch, Großponfeld, Gurlitsch I, Hallegg, Hörtendorf, Kleinbuch, Lendorf, Marolla, Nagra, Neudorf, St. Martin bei Klagenfurt, St. Peter am Karlsberg, St. Peter bei Ebenthal, Sankt Peter am Bichl, St. Ruprecht bei Klagenfurt, Stein, Tentschach, Viktring, Waidmannsdorf, Waltendorf, and Welzenegg.
Jewish cemetery: Located at A-9202 Klagenfurt Sonnwendgasse at the north entrance of the St. Ruprecht Cemetery. It is accessible to the public. The keys may be obtained at the Administration of the Cemetery (Friedhofsverwaltung, Waagplatz 2, A-9020 Klagenfurt or the City Hall (Rathause, Präsidium des Magistrates, A-9020 Klagenfurt, phone: (463) 537 420.
Guided tours by pre-arrangement: contact Erich Lindner, Phone (463) 427 420. Source: Heritage and Mission, Jewish Vienna and Austria published by Vienna Tourist Board.
I just visited St. Ruprecht cemetery in Klagenfurt, Austria. A sign at the locked entrance gives a phone number that is the same number that was disconnected. I called the Cemetery Office. The new contact person is Arnulf Rainer; and his number is (463) 537-2420. He has the keys. Source: Anonymous [December 2005]
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