Remich (canton) facts for kids
|- elevation||368 m (1,207 ft)|
|- elevation||140 m (459 ft)|
|Area||127.9 km² (49 sq mi)|
|Density||164 /km² (425 /sq mi)|
|Canton||24 February 1843|
|- summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
With an area of 127.9 km2 (49.4 sq mi), and a population (2016) of 20,983, the Remich canton has a population density of 164.1 inhabitants/km².
The canton has the Grevenmacher canton to the northeast, the Esch-sur-Alzette canton to the west and the Luxembourg canton to the northwest. The canton of Remich borders, to the east, with two districts of Germanyː Trier-Saarburg and Merzig-Wadern, and to the south with the Moselle department in France.
|Luxembourg (canton)||Grevenmacher (canton)|
|Esch-sur-Alzette (canton)||Trier-Saarburg (Germany)|
|Moselle department (France)||Merzig-Wadern (Germany)|
In the Schengen commune is the point where where three countries meetː Luxembourg, France and Germany.
The Remich canton has 8 communes (2016 population).
- Bous (1,518)
- Dalheim (2,045)
- Lenningen (1,800)
- Mondorf-les-Bains (4,800)
- Remich (3,482)
- Schengen (4,615)
- Stadtbredimus (1,794)
- Waldbredimus (929)
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