Dannemarie, Haut-Rhin From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dannemarie (German: Dammerkirch) is a commune in the Haut-Rhin department in Alsace in north-eastern France. It was the seat of a canton of the same name and is the seat of the Communauté de communes de la Porte d'Alsace.
Alsace has an area of 8,283 km 2, making it the smallest région of metropolitan France. It is almost four times longer than it is wide, corresponding to a plain between the Rhine in the east and the Vosges mountains in the west. It includes the départements of Haut-Rhin and Bas-Rhin (known previously as Sundgau and Nordgau).
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The name means 'Lower Rhine ', however, geographically speaking it belongs to the Upper Rhine region. It is, with the Haut Rhin (Upper Rhine), one of the two departments of the traditional Alsace region. The more populous and densely populated of the pair, it had 1,125,559 inhabitants in 2017.
Sondernach is a commune in the Haut-Rhin département in Grand Est in north-eastern France ... It could be from der Sonne nahe meaning "near the sun", ...
Eguisheim (French: ; German: Egisheim; Alsatian: Egsa) is a commune in the Haut-Rhin department in Grand Est in north-eastern France. It lies in the historical region of Alsace (Elsass in German). The village lies on the edge of the Ballons des Vosges Nature Park , where the Vosges meet the Upper Rhine Plain .
Haut-Rhin (French pronunciation: ; Alsatian: Owerelsàss) is a département of the Alsace region of France, named after the Rhine river. Its name means Upper Rhine.Haut-Rhin is the smaller and less populated of the two departements of Alsace, although is still densely populated compared to the rest of France.
A mace is a blunt weapon, ... meaning ‘large hammer’, a hammer with a heavy mass at the end. ... (in Haut-Rhin): per pale gules and vert a mace per bend sinister or.
Sélestat is located at the very centre of Alsace, near the limit separating the Bas-Rhin and Haut-Rhin departments, which traditionally correspond to Lower and Upper Alsace, respectively. The town is located between Strasbourg and Mulhouse , the first being 42 kilometres (26 mi) north and the latter 57 kilometres (35 mi) south of the city.