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Hambach is a French commune with 2,782 inhabitants in the Moselle department in the Grand Est region (until 2015 Lorraine). Hambach borders the city of Sarreguemines (d. Saargemünd) in the north. Sarreguemines, city of the earthenware industry, enjoys a special location in Lorraine - not far from Germany and Alsace. Whether with family or friends, whether rather sporty or interested in culture, Saargemünd and its region offer something for everyone. Museums, biking and hiking trails, kayaking, indoor or outdoor activities, the region has a variety of recreational activities.


Département de la Moselle

The Moselle department, named after the River Moselle, is one of the most populated of the 100 départements in France. It is the 57th department in alphabetical order and is located in eastern France, in the Lorraine region. It borders the departments of Bas-Rhin (Alsace) and Meurthe et Moselle as well as the Saarland, Rhineland-Palatinate and Luxembourg. The capital of the department is Metz; At the same time, the city is also the capital of Lorraine.