District Cochem cell

coat of arms map
Wappen des Landkreises Cochem-Zell Lage des Landkreises Cochem-Zell in Deutschland
base data
Land of the Federal Republic: Rhineland-Palatinate
administrative seat: Cochem
surface: 719.42 km ²
inhabitants: 65.720 (31. October 2005)
Population density: 91 inhabitants for each km ²
circle keys: 07 1 35
Kfz characteristics: COC
circle arrangement: Der de 92
Gemeinden Adresse
District administration:
Final ore place 2
56812 Cochem
Website: www.cochem-zell.de
E-Mail address:
Politics
land advice: Hitting a corner hard Huwer (CDU)
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Lage des Landkreises Cochem-Zell in Rheinland-Pfalz

the district Cochem cell is a district in the northern center of Rhineland-Palatinate. It borders in the west on the district Daun, in the north to the district Mayen Koblenz, in the east to the Rhine Hunsrück circle and in the south to the district Bernkastel Wittlich.

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geography

the district Cochem cell is very thinly populated. It lies in the heart of the Mosellandes, north of it the Eifel, south of it the Hunsrück. The circle area is covered to approximately 50% with forest. In the circle is one the longest railway tunnel of Germany in Cochem, the only Glauber's salt hot spring of Germany in bath Bertrich and the steepest vineyard of Europe at the Calmont close of the local municipality Bremm.

history

the today's circle area of Cochem cell came 1815 under Prussian administration and1816 developed the two circles Cochem and cell. With the circle reform to 7. June 1969 was combined the circle Cochem with the substantial part of the circle cell to the today's district Cochem cell.

coat of arms

Wappen am Verwaltungsgebäude in Cochem
coat of arms at the administration building in Cochem

Description:
Diagonal on the left of divided: in front in silver a continuous red cross, occupies with a silver Hifthorn with golden belt; in the back in black an increasing, red reinforced, gezungter and crowned golden lion (coat of arms award 20. April 1970)
Meaning:
The red crossTrier, the horn for the rule brown horn in hatchet stone and the lion for the Pfalzgrafen of Aachen stands for the prince diocese. The lion resembles very the kurpfälzischen lion of the Wittelsbacher.

traffic

the northern circle area becomes ofthe federal motorway A affects 1 Trier Koblenz. Furthermore several federal highways and circle roads , under it B 49, pull it through B 259 and B 416.

For the rail traffic nine stations and critical points are in the circle, under it the IC stations Cochem and Bullay.

The 1879from the Prussian state railway main course opened Koblenz - Trier follows the Moseltal to Pünderich, cuts off however between the district town Cochem and Ediger Eller in the “emperor William tunnel” a large river loop; also between Bullay and Pünderich again a narrow mountain spur will break through.In the former station Pünderich railways separates the 1883 open secondary line according to Traben=Trarbach from the main course.

In Bullay the distance of the Moselbahn AG , which followed all turns of the river up until Trier, began 1905. It affected also thoseearlier district town cell, until the passenger traffic 1961 and the goods traffic were stopped 1962.

In the north of the circle 1895 took the Prussian state railway the Nebenlinie Mayen - to Daun in enterprise. After an interruption of the passenger traffic for approximately 10 years this becomesuntil Kaisersesch again regularly serves, while drive on with the Eifel transverse course after Daun - Gerolstein only on weekends in the summer is possible.

cities and municipalities

(inhabitants to 30. June 2005)< /br> </br> Federation-free municipalities/cities


convention communities with its member municipalities

seat of the convention community *

  1. hatchet stone (151)
  2. Bremm (871)
  3. Briedern (340)
  4. Bruttig Fankel (1.212)
  5. Dohr (678)
  6. Ediger Eller (1.085)
  7. Ellenz Poltersdorf (870)
  8. Ernst (Mosel) (613)
  9. Faid (1.164)
  10. Greimersburg (719)
  11. Klotten (1.420)
  12. Mesenich (318)
  13. Nehren (105)
  14. Senheim (588)
  15. Valwig (449)
  16. Wirfus (202)
  1. bringing village (274)
  2. fertilizing home (1.309)
  3. Eppenberg (251)
  4. Eulgem (219)
  5. Gamlen (555)
  6. Hambuch (683)
  7. Hauroth (299)
  8. Illerich (724)
  9. Kaifenheim (837)
  10. Kaisersesch, city * (2.915)
  11. Kalenborn (225)
  12. land core (874)
  13. leaves oh (705)
  14. Leienkaul (371)
  15. Masburg (1.074)
  16. garbage brook (709)
  17. Urmersbach (480)
  18. Zettingen (245)
  1. Binningen (706)
  2. Brieden (131)
  3. Brohl (364)
  4. Dünfus (296)
  5. forest (the Eifel) (377)
  6. Kail (304)
  7. Lahr (190)
  8. be appropriate (for 432)
  9. Lütz (375)
  10. Möntenich (150)
  11. Mörsdorf (719)
  12. Moselkern (683)
  13. tired ones (Mosel) (696)
  14. Pommern (499)
  15. Roes (550)
  16. Treis Karden * (2.350)
  17. goal living (340)
  1. Alflen (859)
  2. Auderath (632)
  3. bath Bertrich (967)
  4. Beuren (the Eifel) (484)
  5. Büchel (the Eifel) (1.156)
  6. felt (86)
  7. Gevenich (665)
  8. Gillenbeuren (246)
  9. Kliding (218)
  10. Lutzerath (1.495)
  11. Schmitt (161)
  12. elm trees * (3.232)
  13. Urschmitt (273)
  14. car living (of 58)
  15. Weiler (323)
  16. Wollmerath (223)
  1. Alf (936)
  2. Altlay (539)
  3. Altstrimmig (345)
  4. Blankenrath (1.774)
  5. Briedel (1.063)
  6. Bullay (1.515)
  7. forest (Hunsrück) (50)
  8. Grenderich (430)
  9. hare-smell (230)
  10. Hesweiler (158)
  11. Liesenich (321)
  12. Mittelstrimmig (434)
  13. Moritzheim (171)
  14. Neef (513)
  15. Panzweiler (266)
  16. Peter-forest-spoon-separate (794)
  17. Pünderich (942)
  18. Reidenhausen (194)
  19. sank Aldegund (673)
  20. Schauren (421)
  21. Sosberg (193)
  22. Tellig (315)
  23. whale living (206)
  24. cell (Mosel), city * (4.425)

see also

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