See also: Wall (homonymy)
Mur is a village and a common of the Vully, in Suisse. The major part of the village, in the west, forms an autonomous commune of the District of Avenches, in the Canton of Vaud, whereas the part is village is attached to the commune of the Haut-Vully, in the District of the Lake, in the Canton of Freiburg.
Wall (484m) is located on at the south-west of the Mont Vully, between the lakes of Neuchâtel and Morat, with 7km in the north of Avenches. The territory of the commune extends to bank from the Lac from Morat. The village of Guévaux on bank of the Lac of Morat is just like Mur, divided between the communes of Wall and the Haut-Vully, and thus between the cantons of Vaud and Freiburg. The common neighbors of Wall are the Haut-Vully (western), Cudrefin (northern) and Vallamand (western).
In 1997, the territory consisted of 10% of built-up areas, of 9% of forest zones, 80% of agricultural zones, and a little less than unproductive ground 1%.
With 202 inhabitants (August 2007) Wall belongs to the small communes of the Canton of Vaud. The population of Wall rose with 145 inhabitants in 1870, then 146 inhabitants in 1900. After the number of inhabitants fell up to 116 in 1980, a significant increase in population was since then recorded. The official language is French, spoken by 71.7% about the population, 24.9% of the population speaks German and 1.7% Portuguese (2000). The population is with a little less than 80% Protestant woman and approximately 10% catholic (2000).
The communal policy is based on an executive of 5 members and a general advice.
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