Lontzen

Lontzen is a municipality located in the province of Liège. On January 1, 2006 Lontzen had a total population of 5,071. The total area is 28.73 km² which gives a population density of 177 inhabitants per km².

Landmarks in the Area

Building
Herbesthal railway station was the Prussian/German frontier station on the main railway from Germany into Belgium between 1843 and 1920. is situated 3 km southwest of Lontzen.

Railway station
Welkenraedt is a railway station in the town of , Liège, . is situated 3 km southwest of Lontzen. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 2.5.

Railway station
Eupen is a railway station in , Liège, . is situated 6 km southeast of Lontzen. Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.

House
Grenz-Echo is the only German language daily newspaper published in , , aimed at the German-speaking community and the neighbouring areas in the east of the country. is situated 6 km south of Lontzen.

Localities in the Area

Village
Herbestal is a village in the municipality of , in the German speaking area of the province of Liège, . is situated 2½ km south of Lontzen.

Village
Walhorn is a village in the municipality of , in the German speaking area of the province of Liège, . is situated 3 km east of Lontzen. Photo: David Edgar, CC BY 2.5.

Village
Welkenraedt is a municipality in the province of Liège, . is situated 3 km southwest of Lontzen. Photo: Flamenc, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Town
Kelmis is a municipality located in the province of Liège, named for the historical deposits of calamine nearby. is situated 4 km north of Lontzen. Photo: flamenc, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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