Memorial Site. The Leopoldine Temple in Eisenstadt, the Iron City in the east of Austria, is one of these small attractions you may find all over, if you only look for them. This one was erected by French architect Charles Moreau in 1806 in the Esterhazy Palace Gardens, in honor of late Princess Leopoline. When the pond in front was re-installed, the meadow, where we had played soccer as kids, had to go. Nearby picture was taken on our way to the annual Wine Tasting Festival. Following the Latin motto "carpe diem – savor the day," (Right sized-) Indulgement Days on the main street would replace the unprofitable event.