Place:Belmont, Bas-Rhin, France

Located inBas-Rhin, France
Also located inLe Ban-de-la-Roche, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France     (1974 - 1992)
source: Family History Library Catalog

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Belmont is a French inhabited place in the Bas-Rhin department and the Alsace region. In 1974 it merged with Bellefosse and Waldersbbach, then in 1975 with Fouday to form the town of Le Ban-de-la-Roche. Belmont was reestablisned in 1992. Belmont is located at the bottom of the Champ du Feu mountain, the highest point in the Bas-Rhin(1099 m), on a plateau overlooking the Chergoutte river, a tributary of the Bruche.



1962= 156

1968= 158

1975= 134

1982= 125

1990= 137

1999= 147

unofficial 2004 population : 156

Sights and Monuments

Protestant church, the result of the renovation, in 1755 abd 1762, of a primitive gothic chapel.

Fragments of gothic stained glass windows.

Painting of crowned Christ (early 16th Century)

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