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As of 2007[update], the township Medernach has a population of 1107.
Medernach is home to an aerodrome ( )
There is a monument commemorating the defense of the town by American soldiers during the winter of 1944-1945.
The parish church, built in a neo-Romanesque style in 1806, has been a national monument since 2004. It houses the Baroque altar from the (now defunct) church of the Franciscan monks of Diekirch, dated 1712, as well as a series of the Stations of the Cross.
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Every year, the local produce exhibition is the first weekend of September.
- "l'église néo-romane de Medernach | 100 % culture | Medernach". www.medernach.info. Retrieved 2016-05-22.
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