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Saales

German: Saal
Variant: Seel

Between 1790 and 1871, Saales was part of the arrondissement of Saint-Dié in the Département des Vosges.

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Saasenheim

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Saessolsheim

German: Sässolsheim

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Saint-Amarin

German: Sankt Amarin

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Saint-Bernard

Created 13 Jul 1972 by joining the communities of Brinighoffen (German: Brünighofen; variant: Brinighofen) and Enschingen.

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Saint-Blaise-la-Roche

German: Sankt Blaise

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Saint-Cosme

German: Sankt Cosman

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Saint-Dizier-l'Évêque

The community of Saint-Dizier was officially renamed Saint-Dizier-l'Évêque 9 June 1937.

German: Sankt Störgien

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Saint-Germain-le-Châtelet

The community of Saint-Germain was officially renamed Saint-Germain-le-Châtelet 1 May 1934.

German: Sanct-German

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Saint-Hippolyte

Latin: S. Hippolyti eccl.
German: Sankt Pilt

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Saint-Jean-Saverne

German: Sankt Johann bei Zabern
Variant: Saint-Jean-des-Choux

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Saint-Louis

German: Sankt Ludwig
Variants: Bourg-Libre, Fort-Libre

Bourgfelden (German: Burgfelden), a community created in 1797 from Hégenheim, was absorbed by Saint-Louis 18 Feb 1953.

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Saint-Martin

German: Sankt Martin

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Saint-Maurice

German: Sankt Moritz

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Saint-Nabor

German: Sankt Nabor

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Saint-Pierre

German: Sankt Peter

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Saint-Pierre-Bois

German: Sankt Petersholz

Lieux-dits, hameaux, écarts: Hohwarth (variant: Hohwart)

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Saint-Ulrich

German: Sankt Ulrich

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Sainte-Croix-aux-Mines

German: Sankt Kreuz im Leberthal

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Sainte-Croix-en-Plaine

Latin: S. Crucis oppidum
German: Heilig-Kreuz
Variant: Heiligkreuz

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Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines

Latin: S. Maria in fodinis, S. Mariae fan.
German: Markirch

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Salenthal

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Salmbach

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Sand

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Sarre-Union

German: Saarunion
Variant: Saar-Buckenheim

Formed in 1794 by the union of Bouquenom (German: Bockenheim) and Neusaarwerden

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Sarrewerden

Latin: Salverna, Salvernia
German: Saarwerden

The communities of Bischtroff-sur-Sarre (German: Pisdorf; variant: Pistorf) and Zollingen merged with Sarrewerden in 1972.

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Saulxures

German: Salzern

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

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Sausheim

Variants: Sausenheim, Sawisheim

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Saverne

Latin: Tabernae Alsatiae, Tabernae Tribocorum, Salverna, Zabarna, Zabrena, Zabernia
German: Zabern

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Schaeffersheim

German: Schäffersheim

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Schaffhouse-près-Seltz

German: Schaffhausen

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Schaffhouse-sur-Zorn

German: Schaffhausen

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Schalkendorf

Variant: Schalckendorf

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Scharrachbergheim-Irmstett

Formed by the merger in 1974 of Scharrachbergheim and Irmstett.

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Scheibenhard

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Scherlenheim

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Scherwiller

German: Scherweiler

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Schillersdorf

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Schiltigheim

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Schirmeck

Lieux-dits, hameaux, écarts: Wackenbach

Between 1795 and 1871 Schirmeck was part of the Département des Vosges.

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Schirrhein

Variants: Schirein, Schierrieth

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Schirrhoffen

German: Schirrhofen
Variants: Schirhoff, Schürhoffen

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Schleithal

Variants: Langschleithal, Langen-Schleithal

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Schlierbach

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Schnersheim

The communities of Avenheim and Kleinfrankenheim were merged with Schnersheim in 1972.

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Schoenau

German: Schönau

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Schoenbourg

German: Schönburg

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Schoenenbourg

German: Schönenburg

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Schopperten

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Schweighouse-sur-Moder

German: Schweighausen [Unter-Elsaß]

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Schweighouse-Thann

German: Schweighausen [Ober-Elsaß]

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Schwenheim

German: Schweinheim

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Schwindratzheim

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Schwoben

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Schwobsheim

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Seebach

Formed by the union of Niederseebach and Oberseebach 29 October 1974.

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Sélestat

Latin: Selestadium, Scaldistatum, Scaldistadium
German: Schlettstadt
Variants: Schelestat, Schlestadt

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Seltz

Latin: Elizatium, Salecio, Salesia, Salucii, Salusia, Selsa, Celsa, Salsa Rhenana, Seletio
German: Selz

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Sentheim

Variants: Sendheim, Sentenheim

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Seppois-le-Bas

German: Niedersept

Variants: Nider-Sept, Sept

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Seppois-le-Haut

German: Obersept

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Sermamagny

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Sermersheim

Latin: Sarmenza

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Sessenheim

German: Sesenheim

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Sévenans

German: Schefferantz

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Sewen

Variant: Seewen

Lieux-dits, hameaux, écarts: Alfeld ( Alfel, Allfeld), Baerenbach, Boedele ( Baedelen), Ellbach, Fallengesick, Foerstel, Grand Langenberg ( Grosslangenberg), Hinteralfeld, Issenbach ( Isenbach), Latschgraben, Lerchenmatt, Neuberg, Petit Langenberg ( Kleinlangenberg), Seebach, Tiefgesick ( Tiefengesickh), Wasserfall

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Sickert

Variant: Siker

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Siegen

Lieux-dits, hameaux, écarts: Kaidenbourg (Kaydenburg)

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Sierentz

German: Sierenz

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Siewiller

German: Sieweiler

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Sigolsheim

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Siltzheim

German: Silzheim

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Singrist

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Solbach

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Sondernach

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Sondersdorf

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Soppe-le-Bas

German: Niedersulzbach

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Soppe-le-Haut

German: Obersulzbach

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Souffelweyersheim

German: Suffelweyersheim

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Soufflenheim

German: Sufflenheim

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Soultz-Haut-Rhin

Latin: Sulza, Sulzia
German: Sulz
Variants: Soultz, Sultz, Obersultz, Ober-Sulz, Obersulz

Wuenheim was part of Soultz-Haut-Rhin until 1832. Until 1880 the community of Jungholtz was divided between Rimbach-près-Guebwiller and Soultz-Haut-Rhin.

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Soultz-les-Bains

German: Sulzbad, Sulz-Bad
Variants: Sulz, Soultz

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Soultz-sous-Forêts

German: Sulz unter dem Wald
Variants: Sulz, Sulz underm Wald

Incorporates the community of Hohwiller (Latin: Hohenwilari; German: Hohweiler).

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Soultzbach-les-Bains

German: Sulzbach

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Soultzeren

German: Sulzern

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Soultzmatt

German: Sulzmatt

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Sparsbach

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Spechbach-le-Bas

German: Niederspechbach

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Spechbach-le-Haut

German: Oberspechbach

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Staffelfelden

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Stattmatten

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Steige

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Steinbach

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Steinbourg

German: Steinburg

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Steinbrunn-le-Bas

German: Niedersteinbrunn

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Steinbrunn-le-Haut

German: Obersteinbrunn

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Steinseltz

German: Steinselz

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Steinsoultz

German: Steinsulz

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Sternenberg

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Stetten

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Still

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Storckensohn

German: Storkensauen, Storkensohn
Variant: Storckensauen

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Stosswihr

Latin: Stozzeswilari
German: Stoßweier

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Stotzheim

Variants: Stotesheim, Stotzenheim

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Strasbourg

German: Straßburg
Latin: Argentoratum

Lieux-dits, hameaux, écarts: Neuhof, La Robertsau

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Strueth

German: Strüth

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Struth

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Stundwiller

German: Stundweiler

Between 1746 and 1766 Stundwiller, together with Oberroedern and Aschbach, formed part of the community of Obergericht. These three communities were again merged 17 June 1974 under the name Stundwiller, and later separated once again into independent communities.

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Stutzheim-Offenheim

Formed by the merger in 1972 of the communities of Stutzheim (German: Stützheim) and Offenheim.

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Suarce

German: Schwertz
Variants: Souarce, Suerce

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Sundhoffen

German: Sundhofen

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Sundhouse

German: Sundhausen

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Surbourg

German: Surburg
Variant: Sourbourg

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