- Büllingen, is a German speaking municipality, that belongs to East-Belgium, and did change country often between 1795 and 1945.
- German: Büllingen (or also written Buellingen)
- French: Bulange
1923-1976Büllingen was in 1923 transferred from Germany to Belgium (Treaty of Versailles). It was again part of Germany during WW II.
- The municipality Büllingen incorporated on 01/01/1977:
- - the municipalities: Manderfeld, Rocherath.
- - (small) parts of the municipalities: Schoenberg, Sankt Vith (1982).
SummaryBuellingen is now composed of the following towns, that did belong to the following former muinicipalities:
Source: www.buellingen.be (German)
BüllingenBüllingen, Mürringen, Hünningen, Honsfeld.
RocherathRocherath, Krinkelt, Wirtzfeld.
ManderfeldAfst, Allmuthen, Berterath, Buchholz, Hasenvenn, Hergersberg, Holzheim, Hüllscheid, Igelmonder Hof, Igelmondermühle, Kehr, Krewinkel, Lanzerath, Losheimergraben, Manderfeld, Merlscheid, Weckerath.
SchönbergAndlermühle, Eimerscheid, Medendorf, Schönberg.