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Wappen von Bronvaux
Bronvaux (Frankreich)
Region Grand Est
Department (No) Moselle (57)
Arrondissement Metz
Canton Romba’s
Community association Pays Orne Moselle
Coordinates 49° 12′ N, 6°5′ ECoordinates 49° 12′ N, 6°5′ O
Height 215–354 m
Area 1,53 km²
Inhabitants 536 (January 1, 2018)
Population density 350 inhabitants/km²
Postal code 57535
INSEE code

Saint-Laurent Church

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Bronvaux is a commune in France with 1 January 2018 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2018) in the Moselle department in the Grand Est region (Lorraine until 2015). It is part of the arrondissement of Metz.


The commune of Bronvaux is located in the valley of the Bitteron, about ten kilometers northwest of Metz at an altitude between 215 and 354 meters above sea level. The municipal territory covers 1.57 km².


The village was first mentioned in the Middle Ages as Brunvall

In 1915-1918 it bore the Germanized name Brunwals and in 1940-1944 Brauntal.

Population development

Year 1962 1968 1975 1982 1990 1999 2007 2015
Inhabitants 304 548 547 562 545 595 553 562

Web links

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