|• Mayor||Yves Even|
|• Total||15 km2 (6 sq mi)|
Septfontaines (Luxembourgish: Simmer, German: Simmern) is a small town in western Luxembourg. It is part of the commune of Habscht, in the canton of Capellen, which is part of the district of Luxembourg.
Septfontaines was the administrative centre of a commune by the same name until 2018, when it was merged with the commune of Hobscheid to form the commune of Habscht.
The former commune consisted of the villages:
The name Septfontaines is a French neologism (the local population is almost entirely Luxembourgish-speaking), derived from the older name Siebenborn (literally, 'seven springs'), which appears as the name of the town in Latin and German documents from the nineteenth century and earlier. This name is also seen in Siewebueren, the name of the town's fountain. The name Siebenborn was often abbreviated 7born in vital records.
- "Château de Septfontaines", Fortresses, Châteaux, Manoirs. (in French) Retrieved 16 March 2011.
- Media related to Septfontaines (Luxembourg) at Wikimedia Commons
- Commune of Septfontaines official website