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Durbuy (French pronunciation: [dyʁ.bɥi]) is a Walloon city and municipality located in the Belgian province of Luxembourg. On 1 January 2007 the municipality had 10,633 inhabitants. The total area is 156.61 km², giving a population density of 67.9 inhabitants per km².
The municipality consists of the following sub-municipalities: Durbuy proper, Barvaux, Bende, Bomal, Borlon, Grandhan, Heyd, Izier, Septon, Tohogne, Villers-Sainte-Gertrude, and Wéris.
In medieval times Durbuy was an important centre of commerce and industry. In 1331, the town was elevated to the rank of city by John I, Count of Luxemburg, and King of Bohemia.
The Ourthe river flows through the municipality.
Tourism and recreation are its main activities nowadays.
Town limit sign describing Durbuy as the smallest town in the world
Rue des Récollets in Durbuy