Farébersviller ( Lorraine Franconian: Fareewerschwiller/ Ewerschwiller; German: ) is a Pfarrebersweiler commune in the Moselle department in Grand Est in north-eastern France.
It is located only 3 km from the
Location [ edit ]
Farébersviller lies at the heart of the coalfield between 3 major cities that are
Forbach Sarreguemines and Saint-Avold.
The municipality consists of 2 very different entities that are the village, the original place to the south and the city, created from 1954 by the Houillères du Bassin de Lorraine (HBL) to accommodate a large number of miners working in the Valley the Rosselle nearby.
Administration [ edit ]
Since 1989 the mayor of the municipality is Laurent Kleinhentz.
Demography [ edit ]
Historical population of Farébersviller
(Source: INSEE ) 
From the year 1968 on: No double counting—residents of multiple communes (e.g. students and military personnel) are counted only once.
Sites and monuments [ edit ]
Religious Buildings [ edit ]
The church of Saint-Jean-Baptiste
The church of Sainte-Thérèse
The chapel of Saint-Antoine
El-Hijra Mosque with minaret
Cultural structures [ edit ]
Good Fountain Square and the local art house in the village
Social Center St-Exupery
Center François Rabelais
Sports equipment [ edit ]
Complex Marcel Cerdan
Personalities associated with the municipality [ edit ]
Twinnings [ edit ]
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