Trier-Saarburg

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Trier-Saarburg
Coat of arms of Trier-Saarburg
Coat of arms
CountryGermany
StateRhineland-Palatinate
CapitalTrier
Area
 • Total1,101 km2 (425 sq mi)
Population
 (31 December 2017)[1]
 • Total148,532
 • Density130/km2 (350/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+02:00 (CEST)
Vehicle registrationTR, SAB
Websitetrier-saarburg.de

Trier-Saarburg (Luxembourgish: Landkrees Tréier-Saarburg) is a district in the west of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from the north and clockwise) Bitburg-Prüm, Bernkastel-Wittlich, Birkenfeld, Sankt Wendel (Saarland), and Merzig-Wadern (Saarland). To the west it borders Luxembourg. The district-free city Trier is completely surrounded by the district.

History[edit]

The district was created in 1969 by merging the previous districts Trier and Saarburg.

Geography[edit]

The main river in the district is the Moselle. The area between its tributaries, the Ruwer and the Saar, is also well known as one of the prime wine regions of Germany.

Museums[edit]

Coat of arms[edit]

Coat of arms The coat of arms largely resembles the coat of arms of the Saarburg district. The castle in the middle shows the castle of Saarburg, even though now only the ruins of the castle remains. The red cross is the cross of Trier, as a large part of the Saarburg district (as well as of the new Trier-Saarburg district) historically belonged to the state of Trier. The blue bars were added after the merging with the Trier district, and symbolize that part of that district historically belonged to Luxembourg.

Towns and municipalities[edit]

Verbandsgemeinden
  1. Bescheid
  2. Beuren
  3. Damflos
  4. Geisfeld
  5. Grimburg
  6. Gusenburg
  7. Hermeskeil1, 2
  8. Hinzert-Pölert
  9. Naurath (Wald)
  10. Neuhütten
  11. Rascheid
  12. Reinsfeld
  13. Züsch
  1. Kanzem
  2. Konz1, 2
  3. Nittel
  4. Oberbillig
  5. Onsdorf
  6. Pellingen
  7. Tawern
  8. Temmels
  9. Wasserliesch
  10. Wawern
  11. Wellen
  12. Wiltingen
  1. Bonerath
  2. Farschweiler
  3. Gusterath
  4. Gutweiler
  5. Herl
  6. Hinzenburg
  7. Holzerath
  8. Kasel
  9. Korlingen
  10. Lorscheid
  11. Mertesdorf
  12. Morscheid
  13. Ollmuth
  14. Osburg
  15. Pluwig
  16. Riveris
  17. Schöndorf
  18. Sommerau
  19. Thomm
  20. Waldrach1
  1. Ayl
  2. Baldringen
  3. Fisch
  4. Freudenburg
  5. Greimerath
  6. Heddert
  7. Hentern
  8. Irsch
  9. Kastel-Staadt
  10. Kell am See
  11. Kirf
  12. Lampaden
  13. Mandern
  14. Mannebach
  15. Merzkirchen
  16. Ockfen
  17. Palzem
  18. Paschel
  19. Saarburg1, 2
  20. Schillingen
  21. Schoden
  22. Schömerich
  23. Serrig
  24. Taben-Rodt
  25. Trassem
  26. Vierherrenborn
  27. Waldweiler
  28. Wincheringen
  29. Zerf
  1. Bekond
  2. Detzem
  3. Ensch
  4. Fell
  5. Föhren
  6. Kenn
  7. Klüsserath
  8. Köwerich
  9. Leiwen
  10. Longen
  11. Longuich
  12. Mehring
  13. Naurath (Eifel)
  14. Pölich
  15. Riol
  16. Schleich
  17. Schweich1, 2
  18. Thörnich
  19. Trittenheim
  1. Aach
  2. Franzenheim
  3. Hockweiler
  4. Igel
  5. Kordel
  6. Langsur
  7. Newel
  8. Ralingen
  9. Trierweiler
  10. Welschbillig
  11. Zemmer
1seat of the Verbandsgemeinde; 2town

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bevölkerungsstand 2017 - Gemeindeebene". Statistisches Landesamt Rheinland-Pfalz (in German). 2018.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 49°40′N 6°40′E / 49.67°N 6.67°E / 49.67; 6.67