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Galfingue

German: Galfingen

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Gambsheim

Lieux-dits, hameaux, écarts: Bettenhoffen

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Geishouse

German: Geishausen

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Geispitzen

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Geispolsheim

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Geiswasser

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Geiswiller

Latin: Gaizwilare, Geizwilare
German: Geisweiler

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Gerstheim

Variant: Gerstheim-im-Loch

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Gertwiller

German: Gertweiler

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Geudertheim

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Gildwiller

German: Gildweiler

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Gingsheim

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Giromagny

Variants: Schermenei, Schermeni, Schirameni

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Goerlingen

German: Görlingen

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Goersdorf

German: Görsdorf

Absorbed the community of Mitschdorf in 1972

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Goldbach-Altenbach

The towns of Goldbach and Altenbach were merged 1 January 1973.

Lieux-dits, hameaux, écarts (of Goldbach): Neuhouse (Neuhausen)

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Gommersdorf

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Gottenhouse

German: Gottenhausen

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Gottesheim

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Gougenheim

German: Gugenheim

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Goxwiller

German: Goxweiler

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Grandfontaine

Until 1871, Grandfontaine was part of the arrondissement of Saint-Dié in the Département des Vosges.

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Grandvillars

German: Grandweiler
Variant: Grandvilart

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Grassendorf

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Grendelbruch

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Grentzingen

German: Grenzingen

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Gresswiller

German: Greßweiler

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Gries

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Griesbach-au-Val

German: Griesbach [Ober-Elsaß]
Variant: Griespach

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Griesheim-près-Molsheim

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Griesheim-sur-Souffel

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Grosmagny

German: Gross-Menglatt
Variants: Gros Magny, Grumagny, Magny Gros

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Grosne

German: Welschengruen
Variants: Gronne, Grosnes

Lieux-dits, hameaux, écarts: Normanvillars

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Grussenheim

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Gueberschwihr

German: Geberschweier
Variant: Gueberschwir

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Guebwiller

Latin: Gebwilera
German: Gebweiler

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Guémar

German: Gemar

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Guevenatten

German: Gevenatten
Variants: Geffenath, Geffenatt

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Guewenheim

German: Gewenheim
Variant: Guevenheim

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Gumbrechtshoffen

Formed in 1945 by the union of Gumbrechtshoffen-Niederbronn (variant: Nieder-Gumbrechtshoffen) and Gumbrechtshoffen-Oberbronn (variant: Ober-Gumbrechtshoffen).

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Gundershoffen

German: Gundershofen

Incorporates the communities of Eberbach-Woerth (German: Eberbach bei Wörth) and Griesbach

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Gundolsheim

Variant: Gundelsheim

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Gungwiller

German: Gungweiler

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Gunsbach

German: Günsbach

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Gunstett

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