The New International Encyclopædia/Steinamanger
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STEINAMANGER, stīn'ȧm-äng'ẽr (Hung. Szombathely). The capital of the County of Eisenburg (Vas), Hungary, 68 miles south of Pressburg (Map: Hungary, E 3). It has a beautiful modern cathedral, a fine county building, and a theological seminary. Important State railway workshops are located here, and two factories for agricultural machinery. Steinamanger is on the site of the Roman Sabaria, and has ruins of a triumphal arch, amphitheatre, and aqueduct in the vicinity, with many remains in the local museum. Population, in 1900, 24,751.