Province of Luxembourg
See also: Luxembourg
It has for Chef-lieu Arlon. It is also called Belgian Luxembourg . Not to confuse with the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg whose “Walloon district” was precisely joined together in Belgium on the basis of linguistic criterion in 1839 (except Doncols and Sonlez remained with the Grand Duchy, and the country of Arlon, although of language Luxembourg E, remained in Belgium).
Historically, the Grand Duchy and the current Belgian province formed only one entity, but after the independence of the Belgium, takes place the October 14th 1831 the conference of London charged to settle the question of the borders of the new State. The European great powers decided to divide Luxembourg in deux : the Western part returning to Belgium and the oriental party are left with Guillaume Ier and will become a few years later an independent nation. The final borders were fixed in the treated of London signed by the Belgium, the Netherlands and the five European great powers of the time the April 19th 1839.
District of Arlon
District of Bastogne
District of Walk-in-Famenne
- Saint-Hubert (Belgium)
District of Virton
Population by district
Population of right to July first of each year:
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