Saarlouis

city, Saarland Land (state), southwestern Germany. It lies along both sides of the Saar River, near the French border, northwest of Saarbrücken. ...
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Saarlouis

Saarlouis (zär"lOO'ē) , Fr. Sarrelouis, city (1994 pop. 38,347), Saarland, SW Germany, on the Saar River near the French border. It is a commercial and industrial center. Manufactures include steel, furniture, tobacco products, and bells. Coal is mined in the area. Founded (1680) ...
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Saarlouis

Saarlouis (zaːɐ̯ˈlʊɪ; Sarrelouis, saʁlwi) is a city in the Saarland, Germany, capital of the district of Saarlouis. In 2006, the town had a population of 38,327. Saarlouis, as the name implies, is located at the river Saar. It was built as a fortress in 1680 and named after Louis XIV of France. ==History== With the Treaties of Peace of Nijm...
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Saarlouis

[district] Saarlouis (Sarrelouis in French) is a Kreis (district) in the middle of the Saarland, Germany. Neighboring districts are Merzig-Wadern, Sankt Wendel, Neunkirchen, Saarbrücken, and the French département Moselle. ==History== The district was part of the Holy Roman Empire of the German nation. The biggest part of the district was...
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