District Trier Saarburg

coat of arms map
Wappen des Landkreises Trier-Saarburg Lage des Landkreises Trier-Saarburg in Deutschland
base data
Land of the Federal Republic: Rhineland-Palatinate
administrative seat: Trier
surface: 1,091 km ²
inhabitants: 139.821 (31. October 2005)
Population density: 128 inhabitants for each km ²
circle keys: 07 2 35
Kfz characteristics: TR
circle arrangement: 103 municipalities
address that
District administration:
Willy Brandt place 1
54290 Trier
Website: www.trier-saarburg.de
E-Mail address:
Politics
land advice: Günther Schartz (CDU)
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Lage des Landkreises Trier-Saarburg in Rheinland-Pfalz

the district Trier Saarburg is a district in the west of Rhineland-Palatinate at the border to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. It borders in the northan gives Landkreis Bitburg-Prüm, im Norden und Osten an give Landkreis Bernkastel-Wittlich, im Osten kurz an give to Landkreis Birkenfeld und im Süden an die saarländischen Landkreise St. Spiral and Merzig Wadern. The circle-free city Trier, those completelyby the district Trier Saarburg is surrounded, is seat of the district administration.

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geography

the district Trier Saarburgextends from the bit citizen country over the Mosel in the western Hunsrück inside. In the west the sour and the Obermosel forms the border to Luxembourg. Larger rivers in the circle area are beside the Mosel, the Saar and the Ruwer. Here an important German area of cultivation of wine ( Mosel Saar Ruwer) lies.

history

the today's circle area belonged until 1794 predominantly to the cure principality Trier and to the county Luxembourg, afterwards it was French occupied. To the Viennese congress came the areaat Prussia. These formed the two districts Trier and Saarburg under exclusion of the city Trier, within the province Niederrhein for 1816 (starting from 1822 Rhine province). 1946 came both districts district Trier and district Saarburg to Rhineland-Palatinate (first governmental district Trier).In the context of the circle reform 1969 both circles were combined to the today's district Trier Saarburg.

coat of arms

description:

Nine times divided by silver and blue, covers from a continuous red cross, which is occupied with a golden Herzschild, therein upblack mountain a red tin castle with Spitzentürmchen moved forward (coat of arms permission 31. March 1970)

Meaning:

The red cross stands for the cure principality Trier, the silver-blue sign division is taken for the coat of arms of Luxembourg and the castle symbolizes the Saarburg, thoseout of the Stadtwappen is taken to the city of the same name.

politics

of results of the election of the federal parliament 2006


  • choice-entitle: 109,381
  • election turnout: 59.8% = 65,426 voters
  • valid one voices: 63.596 = 97.2%



Kreistag


With the circle tag elections to 13. June 2004 resulted the following election result:

  1. CDU 47.9% (- 0.7) - of 22 seats (- 1)
  2. SPD 25.9% (- 9.3) - 12 seats (- 5)
  3. WGR 14.8% (+5,1) - 7 seats (the +3)
  4. GREENS 7.5% (+3,2) - 3 seats (+1)
  5. FDP 4.0% (+1,7) - 2 seats (+2)

traffic

by the circle area leads the federal motorway A 1 Saarbruecken tri he Cologne and A 64 tri he Luxembourg. Furthermore the circle area is opened by several federal highways and circle roads. The federal highways in the district are B 49, B 51, B 52, B 53, B 268, B 407 and B 419.

cities and municipalities

(inhabitants to 30. June 2005)< /br>

</br> Convention communities with its member municipalities

seat of the convention community *

  1. answer (402)
  2. Beuren (timber forest) (961)
  3. Damflos (679)
  4. Geisfeld (563)
  5. Grimburg (529)
  6. Gusenburg (1.192)
  7. Hermeskeil, city * (5.720)
  8. Hinzert Pölert (287)
  9. Naurath (forest) (224)
  10. new huts (818)
  11. rapid oath (541)
  12. pure field (2.321)
  13. Züsch (659)
  1. Baldringen (263)
  2. Greimerath (1.047)
  3. Heddert (262)
  4. Hentern (403)
  5. Kell at the lake * (1.944)
  6. Lampaden (534)
  7. Mandern (914)
  8. Paschel (255)
  9. Schillings (1.297)
  10. Schömerich (121)
  11. four-gentleman fount (198)
  12. Waldweiler (915)
  13. Zerf (1.604)
  1. Kanzem (572)
  2. Konz, city * (17.782)
  3. Nittel (1.925)
  4. uppercheaply (882)
  5. Onsdorf (144)
  6. Pellingen (1.020)
  7. Tawern (2.411)
  8. Temmels (650)
  9. Wasserliesch (2.204)
  10. Wawern (624)
  11. waves (738)
  12. Wiltingen (1.371)
  1. Bonerath (243)
  2. Farschweiler (753)
  3. Gusterath (1.902)
  4. Gutweiler (645)
  5. Herl (267)
  6. Hinzenburg (134)
  7. Holzerath (476)
  8. Kasel (1.219)
  9. Korlingen (799)
  10. Lorscheid (604)
  11. Mertesdorf (1.678)
  12. rotten oath (892)
  13. Ollmuth (160)
  14. Osburg (2.240)
  15. Pluwig (1.271)
  16. Riveris (402)
  17. beautiful village (810)
  18. Sommerau (71)
  19. Thomm (1.066)
  20. Waldrach * (2.020)
  1. Ayl (1.466)
  2. fish (307)
  3. joy castle (1.521)
  4. Irsch (1.550)
  5. Kastel Staadt (385)
  6. Kirf (744)
  7. man brook (351)
  8. Merzkirchen (637)
  9. Ockfen (649)
  10. Palzem (1.290)
  11. Saarburg, city * (6.271)
  12. Schoden (729)
  13. Serrig (1.491)
  14. Taben Rodt (864)
  15. Trassem (1.170)
  16. sign herrings (1.557)
  1. Bekond (796)
  2. Detzem (537)
  3. Ensch (469)
  4. skin (2.345)
  5. Föhren (2.666)
  6. know (2.494)
  7. Klüsserath (1.118)
  8. Köwerich (329)
  9. Leiwen (1.477)
  10. Longen (90)
  11. Longuich (1.216)
  12. Mehring (2.193)
  13. Naurath (the Eifel) (418)
  14. Pölich (404)
  15. Riol (1.134)
  16. creep (210)
  17. Schweich, city * (6.502)
  18. Thörnich (170)
  1. Aach (1.152)
  2. Franzenheim (330)
  3. Hockweiler (of 259)
  4. hedgehogs (2.016)
  5. cord (2.187)
  6. Langsur (1.679)
  7. Newel (2.813)
  8. Ralingen (2.015)
  9. Trierweiler (3.462)
  10. Welschbillig (2.527)
  11. Zemmer (2.881)

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