Its inhabitants is called Hilarismontais.
GeographyAllarmont shares the median part of the valley of the Plaine with the commune meurthe-and-native of the Moselle region of Bionville. The forests, where the black fir tree of the Vosges holds the first role, dominate the village.
HistoryAllarmont concerned the Principauté of Salm, initially partially then completely as from 1751. It became French in 1793.
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Personalities related to Allarmont
Gerald Antoine, born in 1915, philologist and grammairien French, creator then vice-chancellor of the academy of Orleans - Turns, adviser of several Ministers for the Education, of which Edgar Faure, mayor of Allarmont (1983 - 1989).
Emile Coornaert (1886 - 1980), arts doctor, director of studies of economic history at the School practices high studies, holder of a pulpit of history of work at the Collège de France and professor at the university of Sao Paulo (Brazil). Entered Resistance, it launches in 1941 France continues.
- Site of the town hall of Allarmont
- Site of the Country of Déodatie
- Allarmont on the site of the National Geographical Institute
- Allarmont on the site of INSEE
- Allarmont on the site of Quid
- Localization of Allarmont on a chart of France and communes bordering
- Plane on Allarmont on Mapquest
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