Esch-sur-Alzette (Chamber of Deputies of Luxembourg constituency)

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The constituency Esch-sur-Alzette elected members to Luxembourg's national legislature, the Chamber of Deputies, from 1848 until its abolition in 1919. It was coterminous with the canton of Esch-sur-Alzette, in the south of the country.

After its abolition, it was replaced by Sud, which also included the canton of Capellen.

Members elected to represent Esch-sur-Alzette include Dominique Brasseur (1866–90), Xavier Brasseur (1902–12), and Léon Metz (1875–1918).