To install click the Add extension button. That's it.

The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. You could also do it yourself at any point in time.

4,5
Kelly Slayton
Congratulations on this excellent venture… what a great idea!
Alexander Grigorievskiy
I use WIKI 2 every day and almost forgot how the original Wikipedia looks like.
What we do. Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better.
.
Leo
Newton
Brights
Milds

Arrondissement of Sarreguemines

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sarreguemines
Location within the region Grand Est
Location within the region Grand Est
CountryFrance
RegionGrand Est
DepartmentMoselle
No. of communes83
SubprefectureSarreguemines
Area
 • Total935.9 km2 (361.4 sq mi)
Population
 (2016)
 • Total99,226
 • Density106/km2 (270/sq mi)
INSEE code576
BlasonLorraine.svg
Part of the series on
Lorraine
Flag of Lorraine.svg
Flag of Lorraine since the 13th century

The arrondissement of Sarreguemines is an arrondissement of France in the Moselle department in the Grand Est region. It has 83 communes.[1] Its population is 99,226 (2016), and its area is 935.9 km2 (361.4 sq mi).[2]

YouTube Encyclopedic

  • 1/1
    Views:
    4 029
  • La plus grande auberge de jeunesse de Paris (19ème) (1/2)

Transcription

Composition

The communes of the arrondissement of Sarreguemines, and their INSEE codes, are:[1]

  1. Achen (57006)
  2. Baerenthal (57046)
  3. Bettviller (57074)
  4. Bining (57083)
  5. Bitche (57089)
  6. Bliesbruck (57091)
  7. Blies-Ébersing (57092)
  8. Blies-Guersviller (57093)
  9. Bousseviller (57103)
  10. Breidenbach (57108)
  11. Éguelshardt (57188)
  12. Enchenberg (57192)
  13. Epping (57195)
  14. Erching (57196)
  15. Ernestviller (57197)
  16. Etting (57201)
  17. Frauenberg (57234)
  18. Goetzenbruck (57250)
  19. Grosbliederstroff (57260)
  20. Gros-Réderching (57261)
  21. Grundviller (57263)
  22. Guebenhouse (57264)
  23. Hambach (57289)
  24. Hanviller (57294)
  25. Haspelschiedt (57301)
  26. Hazembourg (57308)
  27. Hilsprich (57325)
  28. Holving (57330)
  29. Hottviller (57338)
  30. Hundling (57340)
  31. Ippling (57348)
  32. Kalhausen (57355)
  33. Kappelkinger (57357)
  34. Kirviller (57366)
  35. Lambach (57376)
  36. Lemberg (57390)
  37. Lengelsheim (57393)
  38. Liederschiedt (57402)
  39. Lixing-lès-Rouhling (57408)
  40. Loupershouse (57419)
  41. Loutzviller (57421)
  42. Meisenthal (57456)
  43. Montbronn (57477)
  44. Mouterhouse (57489)
  45. Nelling (57497)
  46. Neufgrange (57499)
  47. Nousseviller-lès-Bitche (57513)
  48. Obergailbach (57517)
  49. Ormersviller (57526)
  50. Petit-Réderching (57535)
  51. Philippsbourg (57541)
  52. Puttelange-aux-Lacs (57556)
  53. Rahling (57561)
  54. Rémelfing (57568)
  55. Rémering-lès-Puttelange (57571)
  56. Reyersviller (57577)
  57. Richeling (57581)
  58. Rimling (57584)
  59. Rohrbach-lès-Bitche (57589)
  60. Rolbing (57590)
  61. Roppeviller (57594)
  62. Rouhling (57598)
  63. Saint-Jean-Rohrbach (57615)
  64. Saint-Louis-lès-Bitche (57619)
  65. Sarralbe (57628)
  66. Sarreguemines (57631)
  67. Sarreinsming (57633)
  68. Schmittviller (57636)
  69. Schorbach (57639)
  70. Schweyen (57641)
  71. Siersthal (57651)
  72. Soucht (57658)
  73. Sturzelbronn (57661)
  74. Le Val-de-Guéblange (57267)
  75. Volmunster (57732)
  76. Waldhouse (57738)
  77. Walschbronn (57741)
  78. Wiesviller (57745)
  79. Willerwald (57746)
  80. Wittring (57748)
  81. Wœlfling-lès-Sarreguemines (57750)
  82. Woustviller (57752)
  83. Zetting (57760)

History

The arrondissement of Sarreguemines was created in 1800, disbanded in 1871 (ceded to Germany) and restored in 1919.[3] In January 2000 it absorbed the canton of Sarralbe from the arrondissement of Forbach.[3]

As a result of the reorganisation of the cantons of France which came into effect in 2015, the borders of the cantons are no longer related to the borders of the arrondissements. The cantons of the arrondissement of Sarreguemines were, as of January 2015:[4]

  1. Bitche
  2. Rohrbach-lès-Bitche
  3. Sarralbe
  4. Sarreguemines
  5. Sarreguemines-Campagne
  6. Volmunster

References

  1. ^ a b "Arrondissement de Sarreguemines (576)". INSEE. Retrieved 2019-10-02.
  2. ^ "Comparateur de territoire, géographie au 01/01/2019". INSEE. Retrieved 2019-10-02.
  3. ^ a b Historique de la Moselle
  4. ^ "Populations légales 2012" (PDF). INSEE. December 2014. Retrieved 2019-10-22.

This page was last edited on 6 April 2020, at 00:51
Basis of this page is in Wikipedia. Text is available under the CC BY-SA 3.0 Unported License. Non-text media are available under their specified licenses. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. WIKI 2 is an independent company and has no affiliation with Wikimedia Foundation.