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|coordinates:|| 47° 1 ' n. Break. |
7° 26 ' o. L.
|Height:||600 m and. M.|
|Surface:||2,8 km ²|
|inhabitants:||185 (1. January 2005)|
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Diemerswil is on 600 m and. M., 8 km north the canton capital Berne (air line). The small farmer village extends at a gently bent slope to the Ostabdachung of the Frienisbergplateaus, south the MOO sea-valley, in Swiss central country.
The surface 2,8 km ² of the large Gemeindegebiets covers a section of the central Bernese central country. The municipality soil extends from the local edge of Munich book lake westward over the slope of Diemerswil with the surface of the Mettlenfeldes up to the heights of the Frienisbergs with the Cholholz and the Chüewald. With 670 m and. M. above the Cholholzes the highest collection of Diemerswil is reached. The northern delimitation forms a brook belonging to the catchment area of the MOO sea-valley, which separates the Mettlenfeld from the forest back Bärenried. From the municipality surface 1997 5% were allotted to settlements, 20% to forest and wood and 75% to agriculture.
Diemerswil consists close together convenient Häusergruppen of the Dörfli, Wydacker, Riedmatt, Moos as well as the external settlements Mettlen (608 m and. M.) and Cholholz (660 m and. M.). Neighbour municipalities of Diemerswil are Munich book lake, Kirchlindach and Schüpfen.
with 185 inhabitants (at the end of of 2004) belongs to Diemerswil to the small municipalities of the canton Berne. From the inhabitants 97,6% are German-language, 1,8% französischsprachig and 0,6% speak Portuguese (conditions 2000). The total population of Diemerswil amounted 1850 to 245 inhabitants, 1900 to 250 inhabitants. In the process 20. Century decreased the total population until 1980 by strong drift over over 40% on 145 persons. Since that time again an easy increase in population was registered.
Diemerswil was into the second half 20. Century a village predominantly coined/shaped by the agriculture. This very day have the agriculture, the fruit-growing as well as the dairy farming an important value in the acquisition structure of the population. Further jobs are in the local small trade and in the service sector available, among other things in an enterprise of computer science. In the last decades the village developed to a Wohngemeinde. Many employed person are therefore way commuters, who work mainly in the dye Berne.
the municipality lies off the larger Durchgangsstrassen at a connecting road from Munich book lake to Meikirch. The next connection to the motorway A6 (Berne Biel) is approximately 4 km far away from the local centre. Diemerswil does not possess binding to the net of public traffic; Bus stops and a railway station are there in the close Munich book lake.
the find of a hill grave from the resounding place time with car funeral in the fire forest points on an early settlement of the Gemeindegebietes. The first documentary mention of the place took place 1257 under the name Diemarswile. The designations Ditmarswile ( 1275 ), Dyemerswil ( 1299 ) and Diemerswile appeared later (1302). The place name decreases/goes back on the old-high-German family name Dietmar and therefore means with the farmstead of the Dietmar.
Since the Middle Ages Diemerswil of the sovereignty of the counts von Kyburg was subordinate. In 13. Century arrived the basic rule at the Johanniterkomturei in Munich book lake. Since 1406 the sovereignty was incumbent on over the area with Berne. After the Komturei 1528 had been secularized, Diemerswil of the Landvogtei Munich book lake in the regional court was assigned to Zollikofen.
After the collapse of the Ancien Régime (1798) the village belonged during the Helvetik to the district Zollikofen and starting from 1803 to the upper office woman well, which received the status of an office district with the new canton condition from 1831. On district level today a close co-operation with the neighbouring Munich book lake insists.
objects of interest
in the Weilern are some characteristic farmhouses in the bernischen land style from that 18. and 19. Century receive. Diemerswil does not possess own church, it belonged to the Pfarrei Munich book lake.
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coordinates: 47° 01 ' N, 7° 26 ' O