Bust


Bust
Bust
Wappen von Bust
Bust (Frankreich)
Bust
Region Elsass
Département Bas-Rhin
Arrondissement Saverne
Kanton Drulingen
Koordinaten 48° 50′ N, 7° 14′ O48.8302777777787.2355555555555312Koordinaten: 48° 50′ N, 7° 14′ O
Höhe 312 m (228–366 m)
Fläche 6,76 km²
Einwohner 448 (1. Jan. 2008)
Bevölkerungsdichte 66 Einw./km²
Postleitzahl 67320
INSEE-Code

Bust (dt. Büst) ist eine Gemeinde im Krummen Elsass in Frankreich.

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Geografie

Das Dorf liegt fünf Kilometer südöstlich von Drulingen. Die Nachbargemeinden sind Hangviller, Lohr, Metting, Pfalzweyer, Schœnbourg und Siewiller.

Politik

Bust ist Mitglied der Communauté de communes d'Alsace Bossue.

Wirtschaft und Infrastruktur

Bust ist an das Schnellstraßennetz angeschlossen.

Weblinks

 Commons: Bust – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien
  • Bust bei der Communauté de communes d'Alsace Bossue (französisch)

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