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Quarters of Luxembourg City

The Quarters of Luxembourg City (Luxembourgish: Quartierën, French: Quartiers, German: Stadtteile) are the smallest administrative division for local government in Luxembourg City, the capital and largest city in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

There are currently twenty-four quarters, covering the commune of Luxembourg City in its entirety. They are:

The 24 quarters of Luxembourg City vary in size greatly: a legacy of the historical expansion of the city limits.
Quarters shaded by population. Greater population is reflected by darker shades of blue.
Quarter Population (2012-12-31)
Beggen 3,047
Belair 10,185
North Bonnevoie-Verlorenkost 3,905
South Bonnevoie 11,749
Cents 5,763
Cessange 2,734
Clausen 854
Dommeldange 1,915
Eich 2,480
Gare 9,317
Gasperich 5,203
Grund 800
Hamm 1,304
Hollerich 6,364
Kirchberg 4,604
Limpertsberg 9,498
Merl 4,448
Muhlenbach 1,486
Neudorf-Weimershof 4,574
Pfaffenthal 1,161
Pulvermuhl 338
Rollingergrund-North Belair 3,726
Ville Haute 3,041
Weimerskirch 1,894

References

  • La ville en chiffres, Ville de Luxembourg

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