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Wutach is a rural municipality on the northern edge of the district of Waldshut in Baden-Württemberg in Germany. It has a combined administration with the neighbouring town of Bonndorf. There is no town as such called Wutach: the municipality includes the villages of Ewattingen (c. 800 inhabitants), Münchingen (c. 300) and Lembach (c. 200). Most of the municipality's facilities (e.g. council offices, and primary school) are in Ewattingen.