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Diekirch District

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Area  1,157 km²
Subdivisions  5
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Clubs and Teams  FC Wiltz 71, FC Erpeldange 72, FC Etzella Ettelbruck, FF Norden 02
Points of interest  National Museum of Military Hi, Vianden Castle, Bourscheid Castle, Clerve, Kneiff
Destinations  Clervaux, Diekirch, Esch‑sur‑Sûre, Ettelbruck, Wiltz

The District of Diekirch was one of three districts of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. At last, it contained five cantons divided into 43 communes:

Map of Diekirch, Luxembourg

  1. Clervaux
  2. Clervaux
  3. Consthum
  4. Heinerscheid
  5. Hosingen
  6. Munshausen
  7. Troisvierges
  8. Weiswampach
  9. Wincrange
  10. Diekirch
  11. Bettendorf
  12. Bourscheid
  13. Diekirch
  14. Ermsdorf
  15. Erpeldange
  16. Ettelbruck
  17. Feulen
  18. Hoscheid
  19. Medernach
  20. Mertzig
  21. Reisdorf
  22. Schieren
  23. Redange
  24. Beckerich
  25. Ell
  26. Grosbous
  27. Préizerdaul
  28. Rambrouch
  29. Redange
  30. Saeul
  31. Useldange
  32. Vichten
  33. Wahl
  34. Vianden
  35. Putscheid
  36. Tandel
  37. Vianden
  38. Wiltz
  39. Boulaide
  40. Esch-sur-Sûre
  41. Eschweiler
  42. Goesdorf
  43. Heiderscheid
  44. Kiischpelt
  45. Lac de la Haute-Sûre
  46. Neunhausen
  47. Wiltz
  48. Winseler

It bordered Belgian's Walloon Region by the latter's provinces of Luxembourg in the west and Liège in the north, the districts of Luxembourg in the south and Grevenmacher in the south-east, and the German Land of Rhineland-Palatinate in the east. It had a per capita income of $49,000.

After the reorganization of Luxembourg's administrative divisions in 2015, all three districts were abolished per 3 October 2015.

References

Diekirch District Wikipedia


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