Place:Diekirch, Luxembourg


Alt namesDiekirch districtsource: Getty Vocabulary Program
District of Diekirchsource: Wikipedia
Coordinates49.917°N 6.0°E
Located inLuxembourg
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The District of Diekirch was one of three districts of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Immediately prior to its abolition on 3 October 2015, it contained five cantons divided into 43 communes:

  1. Clervaux
  2. Diekirch
  3. Redange
  4. Vianden
  5. Wiltz

To its west, the district of Diekirch bordered the Belgian province of Luxembourg in the region of Wallonia, whilst to its north was the Belgian providence of Liège. To its south could be found the district of Luxembourg with the district of Grevenmacher to its south-east. Finally, the German State of Rhineland-Palatinate bordered the east of the district of Diekirch. It had a per capita income of $49,000.

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