Cisleithanien (lat. „Country on this side of the Leitha “) was after the reason of the double monarchy in the year 1867 the colloquial name for the western part of the Austrian-Hungarian monarchy, which to 1915 no correct name had and officially the kingdoms and countries represented in the realm advice one called.The authorities Cisleithaniens were called imperial royal (k.k.).
Similarly to it the Kingdom of Hungary and the halfautonomous Kingdom of Croatia Slawonien also Transleithanien due to the countries of the Hungarian step Hans crown was called.
The designations deduced themselves from the river Leitha , that by sections the border between the cisleithanischen Lower Austriaand Hungary formed. In the north of the Danube monarchy however large areas Cisleithaniens were east this border (parts of Mährens, upper and Niederschlesien, Galizien and the Bukowina), in the south lay also parts of the cisleithanischen Dalmatien more east.
Bosnia-Herzegovina, which occupies 1878 of Austria Hungary and 1908 into thatRealm federation integrated was, belonged neither to Cis nor to Transleithanien.
the crowning countries Austria Hungary with Cisleithanien
- Kingdom of Böhmen
- Kingdom of Dalmatien
- kingdom Galizien and Lodomerien
- ore duchy Austria under the Enns
- ore duchy Austria whether the Enns
- duchy Bukowina
- duchy Kärnten
- duchy Krain
- duchy Salzburg
- duchy Schlesien (Austrian Schlesien)
- duchy Steiermark
- Mark county Mähren
- Gefürstete county Tirol
- coastal country, consisting of the Gefürsteten county Görz and Gradisca, the city Triest and the Mark county Istrien
- K. k. Statistic central commission (Hrsg.): General listing of the local municipalities and localities of Austria after the results of the census of 31. December 1910…. Vienna 1915 (municipality listing of the cisleithanischen realm half)