Hosingen

Summary

Hosingen (Luxembourgish: Housen) is a small village and former commune in northern Luxembourg.

Hosingen
Housen
Former commune
Hosingen
Hosingen
Coat of arms of Hosingen
Map of Luxembourg with Hosingen highlighted in orange, and the canton in dark red
Map of Luxembourg with Hosingen highlighted in orange, and the canton in dark red
Coordinates: 50°00′50″N 6°05′25″E / 50.0139°N 6.0903°E / 50.0139; 6.0903Coordinates: 50°00′50″N 6°05′25″E / 50.0139°N 6.0903°E / 50.0139; 6.0903
Country Luxembourg
CantonClervaux
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Websitehosingen.lu

On January 1, 2012, the commune merged with Consthum and Hoscheid communes to form Parc Hosingen commune.

Near Hosingen there is a transmitter for FM and TV of RTL.

As of 2021, the village of Hosingen, which lies in the south of the commune, had a population of 1142.

Former communeEdit

The former commune consisted of the villages:

  • Bockholtz
  • Dorscheid
  • Hosingen
  • Neidhausen
  • Obereisenbach
  • Rodershausen
  • Untereisenbach
  • Wahlhausen
  • Ackerscheid (lieu-dit)
  • Dickt (lieu-dit)
  • Dasbourg-Pont (lieu-dit)
  • Duerschterhaischen (lieu-dit)
  • Fennbierg (lieu-dit)
  • Honich (lieu-dit)
  • Housenerbarrière (lieu-dit)
  • Kohnenhaff (lieu-dit)
  • Schmitzdell (lieu-dit)
  • Veianenerstross (lieu-dit)
  • Waldberg (lieu-dit)
  • Wegscheid (lieu-dit)