Hunting


Hunting
Hunting
Wappen von Hunting
Hunting (Frankreich)
Hunting
Region Lothringen
Département Moselle
Arrondissement Thionville-Est
Kanton Sierck-les-Bains
Koordinaten 49° 25′ N, 6° 20′ O49.4144444444446.3269444444445194Koordinaten: 49° 25′ N, 6° 20′ O
Höhe 194 m (160–267 m)
Fläche 3,78 km²
Einwohner 583 (1. Jan. 2008)
Bevölkerungsdichte 154 Einw./km²
Postleitzahl 57480
INSEE-Code

Hunting (deutsch Hüntingen, lothringisch Hënténgen) ist eine französische Gemeinde, die im Département Moselle und in der Region Lothringen liegt. Sie gehört zum Arrondissement Thionville-Est und zum Kanton Sierck-les-Bains. Der Ort hat 583 Einwohner (Stand 1. Januar 2008).

Geografie

Hunting liegt wenige hundert Meter vom rechten Moselufer entfernt, etwa 13 Kilometer nordöstlich von Thionville am östlichen Moselufer auf einer Höhe zwischen 160 und 267 m über dem Meeresspiegel. Das Gemeindegebiet umfasst 3,78 km².

Geschichte

Der Ort gehört seit 1661 zu Frankreich, vorher war er luxemburgisch.

Bevölkerungsentwicklung

Jahr 1962 1968 1975 1982 1990 1999 2007
Einwohner 285 278 288 474 580 566 581

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