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|coordinates:|| 47° 1 ' n. Break. |
7° 29 ' o. L.
|Height:||532 m and. M.|
|Surface:||6,3 km ²|
|inhabitants:||3437 (1. January 2005)|
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MOO sea-village is on 532 m and. M., 8 km northnortheast the canton capital Berne (air line). The village extends easily increased south the MOO lake, at the southeast end of the MOO sea-valley and at the north foot of the mol ASS ASS of the Bantigers, in Swiss central country.
The surface 6,3 km ² of the large Gemeindegebiets covers a section of the central Bernese central country. The northern border runs on a straight line along the canalized Urtenen and by the MOO lake. From here the municipality soil extends southward over the flat, approximately 500 m broad valley valley to the hill of MOO sea-village and in the expanded Wiliwald (to 600 m and. M.) on the Wasserscheide between the Aare and the Urtenen. After southeast the municipality spell hands into the hollow of in the sand and over the steep, closely wooded north slope of the grey wood up to the comb of this Höhenzuges, on with 800 the m and. M. the highest point is reached by MOO sea-village. From the municipality surface 1997 was allotted 20% to settlements, 36% to forest and wood, 42% to agriculture and somewhat less than 2% was unproductive country.
To MOO sea-village belong the accomodation to sand (536 m and. M.) in a hollow at the north foot of the grey wood, east the motorway, as well as the settlement Tannacheren (578 m and. M.) in a Rodungsinsel between the Wiliwald and the grey wood. Neighbour municipalities of MOO sea-village are Urtenen Schönbühl, Bolligen, Munich book lake and Wiggiswil.
with 3437 inhabitants (at the end of of 2004) belongs to MOO sea-village to the medium sized municipalities of the canton Berne. From the inhabitants 89,8% are German-language, 2,0% französischsprachig and 1,5% speak Albanian (conditions 2000). The total population of MOO sea-village amounted 1850 to 584 inhabitants, 1900 to 573 inhabitants. In the process 20. Century slowly however constantly rose the total population until 1960 to 833 persons. In the following three decades a stormy population growth with a quadrupling of the number of inhabitants was registered. Since 1990 (3494 inhabitants) only small population fluctuations are registered. The settlement and trade area from MOO sea-village completely grew together today with that from Urtenen Schönbühl.
MOO sea-village was into the second half 20. Century a village predominantly coined/shaped by the agriculture. Today the municipality offers approximately 3800 jobs. With 1% of the employed persons, who are busy still in the primary sector, the agriculture (predominant agriculture , dairy farming and forestry ) has only a marginal value in the acquisition structure of the population. About 21% of the employed persons are active in the industriellen sector, while the service sector combines 78% of the workers on itself (conditions 2001).
Thus MOO sea-village became a dye municipality of Berne, which was selected owing to the outstanding traffic conditions for the location of several bulk buying centers (Shoppyland). Expanded trade and industrial zones developed for the early 1970er years within the range of the motorway exit Schönbühl as well as at the western edge of the village. In MOO sea-village today enterprises of the information technology, construction industry, the building of metals are and mechanical workshops represented.
New residential districts developed for the 1960er years at the slopes south the old village center and in the sand. MOO sea-village exhibits a clear Zupendlerüberschuss, but is many employed person also way commuters, who work in the city and dye Berne.
the municipality is traffic-technically outstanding opened, however by the numerous main traffic strands into different parts is cut. The old village center is because of the main street from Berne to Solothurn respectively to castle village. The next connection to the motorways A1 (Berne Zurich) and A6 (Berne Biel) is less than 1 km far away from the local centre. On the Gemeindegebiet is the bypass Schönbühl, at which the A6 meets the A1. To 10. April 1910 was inaugurated the section Zollikofen Solothurn with a station in MOO sea-village, which is operated today by the enterprise regional traffic Berne Solothurn (RBS). The courses operate every 15 minutes to Berne, which is reached after a travel time by 12 minutes. Since 2005 the RBS of the rapid-transit railway followed Berne. Also the old distance of the main line from Berne oiled leads by the village, possesses here however no stop.
the Gemeindegebiet of MOO sea-village can look back on a very long settlement tradition. The earliest certifications of the presence of humans were found on the Moosbühl from the late paleolithic age (around 10000 to 8000 before Christ). At the discharge of the Urtenen from the MOO lake one was over long time during the Neolithikums used settlement of building of stakes. Furthermore in the sand different grave hills from the resounding place time were excavated.
The first documentary mention of the place took place 1256 under the name Sedorf. The designations sea-village ( 1384 ) and Mossedorf appeared later (1389). The place name originally meant village at the lake.
In the Middle Ages MOO sea-village was the master seat of the knights of sea-village. By a bartering the village with castle and lake came in the year 1256 to the Johanniterkommende into Munich book lake. Since 1406 the sovereignty was incumbent on over the area with Berne. After the Komturei 1528 had been secularized, MOO sea-village of the Landvogtei Munich book lake in the regional court was assigned to Zollikofen.
Against the 1798 invaded French troops it came to 5. March 1798 at the foot of the grey wood to the battle at the grey wood, which led old Berne to the final fall. After the collapse of the Ancien Régime 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.
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Ballmoos | Fearing for ores | Bätterkinden | Büren to the yard | Deisswil | Diemerswil | Etzelkofen | Woman well | Grafenried | Iffwil | Jegenstorf | Limpach | Mattstetten | MOO sea-village | Mülchi | Munich book lake | Münchringen | Ruppoldsried | Schalunen | Barns | Urtenen Schönbühl | Utzenstorf | Wiggiswil | Wiler with Utzenstorf | Zauggenried | Goal brook | Zuzwil
coordinates: 47° 01 ' N, 7° 29 ' O