Moutier District

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Moutier District
District de Moutier
District
Location of Moutier District
Country   Switzerland
Canton  Bern
Capital Moutier
Area
 • Total 216 km2 (83 sq mi)
Population (2007)
 • Total 22,954
 • Density 110/km2 (280/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Municipalities 26

Moutier District was one of the three French-speaking districts of the Bernese Jura in the canton of Bern with the seat being Moutier, the other two being Courtelary and La Neuveville. It had a population of about 23,098 in 2004. The three districts were merged on 1 January 2010 to form the new district of Jura Bernois with the capital at Courtelary.[1]

Municipality Population (Dec 2007)[2] Area (km²)
Belprahon 316 3.79
Bévilard 1700 5.63
Champoz 153 7.11
Châtelat 123 4.09
Corcelles BE 237 6.78
Court BE 1381 24.60
Crémines 551 9.35
Elay (Seehof) 82 8.42
Eschert 363 6.56
Grandval 340 8.21
Loveresse 324 4.64
Malleray 1914 10.35
Monible 37 3.39
Moutier 7462 19.53
Perrefitte 489 8.67
Pontenet 198 2.74
Rebévelier 51 3.52
Reconvilier 2227 8.23
Roches 227 8.97
Saicourt 577 13.75
Saules BE 155 4.25
Schelten (La Scheulte) 49 5.61
Seehof 72 8.4
Sornetan 130 5.62
Sorvilier 271 7.02
Souboz 129 10.63
Tavannes 3478 14.65

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Coordinates: 47°16′00″N 7°22′00″E / 47.2667°N 7.36667°E / 47.2667; 7.36667