Synonyms for kirrberg or Related words with kirrberg

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Examples of "kirrberg"
As of December 2005, 3,155 inhabitants live in Kirrberg (Saar).
The chapel of Kirrberg was firstly mentioned in the year 1290 as ""Capella in Kirchperch"".
The town counts 9 villages: Beeden, Bruchhof-Sanddorf, Einöd, Erbach, Jägersburg, Kirrberg, Reiskirchen, Schwarzenbach and Wörschweiler.
Kirrberg is a commune in the northwest of the Bas-Rhin department in Grand Est in north-eastern France. It lies to the west of Phalsbourg.
On 23 April 1949 Kirrberg was affiliated to the Bundesland Saarland and because of that it is the youngest village of the Bundesland.
Kirrberg (Saar) is a district of Homburg, situated in the eastern part of the Saarpfalz-Kreis and the Saarland bordering Bundesland Rhineland-Palatinate. Homburg (5 km), Zweibrücken (7 km), Saarbrücken and Kaiserslautern (both 35 km) are the closest towns.
Count Adolf introduced the Reformation into Saarwerden in 1556. He allowed Protestant refugees fleeing religious persecution in the Kingdom of France and the Duchy of Lorraine. He approved the settlement of what became known as 'Seven Gallic Villages': Altwiller, Burbach, Diedendorf, Eywiller, Gœrlingen, Kirrberg, and Rauwiller. Thus, the County was populated with Calvinists who spoke French, while the rest of the County were Lutheran Germans. The County of Saarwerden become an experimental model of peace between Lutherans and Calvinists. Since Adolf died childless, the County fell back to his Catholic brother, Johann V. Johann did not persecute the Protestants, however.
The original, well-known route is the 125-kilometre-long North Route. It leaves Speyer, partly following the Speyerbach stream, in a westerly direction through the Anterior Palatinate part of the Upper Rhine Plain. Near Neustadt an der Weinstraße the route enters the Palatine Forest through the Haardt mountain chain. Here the Way of St. James heads through the Elmstein valley and generally climbs along the Speyerbach until it reaches the source region of the stream near Johanniskreuz. There, on the boundary between the Lower and Middle Frankenweide, it crosses the watershed between the Rhine and the River Moselle at a height of 470 metres. Next, it leaves the Palatine Forest heading downhill through the Karlstal valley following the Moosalb stream to the Gelterswoog lake. It then runs along the northern edge of the Sickingen Heights past the town of Landstuhl, only to descend near Vogelbach to the lowlands of the Landstuhl Fault to the former pilgrimage church. From there the Way runs southwest, and later southwards, via the Zweibrücken Westrich. From the "Schlossberg" hill it grazes the borough of Homburg at Kirrberg. In the town of Zweibrücken the route crosses the Schwarzbach stream and enters the water meadows of its left tributary, the Hornbach. It follows this stream uphill and finally reaches its eponymous pilgrimage village coming from the north.