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Arrondissement of Sarrebourg-Château-Salins

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Sarrebourg-Château-Salins
Location within the region Grand Est
Location within the region Grand Est
CountryFrance
RegionGrand Est
DepartmentMoselle
No. of communes230
SubprefectureSarrebourg
Area
 • Total1,966.9 km2 (759.4 sq mi)
Population
 (2016)
 • Total92,282
 • Density47/km2 (120/sq mi)
INSEE code575
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The arrondissement of Sarrebourg-Château-Salins is an arrondissement of France in the Moselle department in the Grand Est region. It has 230 communes.[1] Its population is 92,282 (2016), and its area is 1,966.9 km2 (759.4 sq mi).[2]

Composition

The communes of the arrondissement of Sarrebourg-Château-Salins are:[1]

  1. Aboncourt-sur-Seille
  2. Abreschviller
  3. Achain
  4. Ajoncourt
  5. Alaincourt-la-Côte
  6. Albestroff
  7. Amelécourt
  8. Arzviller
  9. Aspach
  10. Assenoncourt
  11. Attilloncourt
  12. Aulnois-sur-Seille
  13. Avricourt
  14. Azoudange
  15. Bacourt
  16. Barchain
  17. Bassing
  18. Baudrecourt
  19. Bébing
  20. Bellange
  21. Belles-Forêts
  22. Bénestroff
  23. Berling
  24. Bermering
  25. Berthelming
  26. Bettborn
  27. Bezange-la-Petite
  28. Bickenholtz
  29. Bidestroff
  30. Bioncourt
  31. Blanche-Église
  32. Bourdonnay
  33. Bourgaltroff
  34. Bourscheid
  35. Bréhain
  36. Brouderdorff
  37. Brouviller
  38. Buhl-Lorraine
  39. Burlioncourt
  40. Chambrey
  41. Château-Bréhain
  42. Château-Salins
  43. Château-Voué
  44. Chenois
  45. Chicourt
  46. Conthil
  47. Craincourt
  48. Cutting
  49. Dabo
  50. Dalhain
  51. Danne-et-Quatre-Vents
  52. Dannelbourg
  53. Delme
  54. Desseling
  55. Diane-Capelle
  56. Dieuze
  57. Dolving
  58. Domnom-lès-Dieuze
  59. Donjeux
  60. Donnelay
  61. Fénétrange
  62. Fleisheim
  63. Fonteny
  64. Fossieux
  65. Foulcrey
  66. Francaltroff
  67. Fraquelfing
  68. Frémery
  69. Fresnes-en-Saulnois
  70. Fribourg
  71. Garrebourg
  72. Gelucourt
  73. Gerbécourt
  74. Givrycourt
  75. Gondrexange
  76. Gosselming
  77. Grémecey
  78. Guébestroff
  79. Guéblange-lès-Dieuze
  80. Guébling
  81. Guermange
  82. Guinzeling
  83. Guntzviller
  84. Haboudange
  85. Hampont
  86. Hangviller
  87. Hannocourt
  88. Haraucourt-sur-Seille
  89. Harreberg
  90. Hartzviller
  91. Haselbourg
  92. Hattigny
  93. Haut-Clocher
  94. Hellering-lès-Fénétrange
  95. Héming
  96. Henridorff
  97. Hérange
  98. Hermelange
  99. Hertzing
  100. Hesse
  101. Hilbesheim
  102. Hommarting
  103. Hommert
  104. Honskirch
  105. Hultehouse
  106. Ibigny
  107. Imling
  108. Insming
  109. Insviller
  110. Jallaucourt
  111. Juvelize
  112. Juville
  113. Kerprich-aux-Bois
  114. Lafrimbolle
  115. Lagarde
  116. Landange
  117. Laneuveville-en-Saulnois
  118. Laneuveville-lès-Lorquin
  119. Langatte
  120. Languimberg
  121. Lemoncourt
  122. Léning
  123. Lesse
  124. Ley
  125. Lezey
  126. Lhor
  127. Lidrezing
  128. Lindre-Basse
  129. Lindre-Haute
  130. Liocourt
  131. Lixheim
  132. Lorquin
  133. Lostroff
  134. Loudrefing
  135. Lubécourt
  136. Lucy
  137. Lutzelbourg
  138. Maizières-lès-Vic
  139. Malaucourt-sur-Seille
  140. Manhoué
  141. Marimont-lès-Bénestroff
  142. Marsal
  143. Marthille
  144. Métairies-Saint-Quirin
  145. Metting
  146. Mittelbronn
  147. Mittersheim
  148. Molring
  149. Moncourt
  150. Montdidier
  151. Morville-lès-Vic
  152. Morville-sur-Nied
  153. Moussey
  154. Moyenvic
  155. Mulcey
  156. Munster
  157. Nébing
  158. Neufmoulins
  159. Neufvillage
  160. Niderhoff
  161. Niderviller
  162. Niederstinzel
  163. Nitting
  164. Oberstinzel
  165. Obreck
  166. Ommeray
  167. Oriocourt
  168. Oron
  169. Pettoncourt
  170. Pévange
  171. Phalsbourg
  172. Plaine-de-Walsch
  173. Postroff
  174. Prévocourt
  175. Puttigny
  176. Puzieux
  177. Réchicourt-le-Château
  178. Réding
  179. Réning
  180. Rhodes
  181. Riche
  182. Richeval
  183. Rodalbe
  184. Romelfing
  185. Rorbach-lès-Dieuze
  186. Saint-Epvre
  187. Saint-Georges
  188. Saint-Jean-de-Bassel
  189. Saint-Jean-Kourtzerode
  190. Saint-Louis
  191. Saint-Médard
  192. Saint-Quirin
  193. Salonnes
  194. Sarraltroff
  195. Sarrebourg
  196. Schalbach
  197. Schneckenbusch
  198. Sotzeling
  199. Tarquimpol
  200. Tincry
  201. Torcheville
  202. Troisfontaines
  203. Turquestein-Blancrupt
  204. Vahl-lès-Bénestroff
  205. Val-de-Bride
  206. Vannecourt
  207. Vasperviller
  208. Vaxy
  209. Veckersviller
  210. Vergaville
  211. Vescheim
  212. Vibersviller
  213. Vic-sur-Seille
  214. Vieux-Lixheim
  215. Villers-sur-Nied
  216. Vilsberg
  217. Virming
  218. Vittersbourg
  219. Viviers
  220. Voyer
  221. Walscheid
  222. Waltembourg
  223. Wintersbourg
  224. Wuisse
  225. Xanrey
  226. Xocourt
  227. Xouaxange
  228. Zarbeling
  229. Zilling
  230. Zommange

History

The arrondissement of Sarrebourg-Château-Salins was created in January 2016 by the merger of the former arrondissements of Sarrebourg and Château-Salins.[3]

References

  1. ^ a b "Arrondissement de Sarrebourg-Château-Salins (575)". INSEE. Retrieved 2019-10-02.
  2. ^ "Comparateur de territoire, géographie au 01/01/2019". INSEE. Retrieved 2019-10-02.
  3. ^ Décret n° 2014-1721 du 29 décembre 2014 portant suppression des arrondissements de Boulay-Moselle, de Château-Salins, de Thionville-Ouest et de Metz-Campagne (département de la Moselle)

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