Allondans

Allondans is a commune in the French department Doubs in the Franche -Comté.

Geography

Allondans is located at 330 m, about 4 km west of the town of Montbéliard (air line). The village extends to the west of the basin of Montbéliard and north of Doubstals, in the Talniederung of Rupt, northeast of the Bois de Sainans.

The area of ​​5:14 km ² municipal area includes a portion of the undulating countryside north of Doubstals. The central part of the area occupied by the Talniederung of Rupt who receives the inflow of the village right side of Bach and for drainage south to Allan and thus ensures the Doubs. Flanked the valley of predominantly forested heights: in the west of the Bois de Sainans ( to 410 m), to the east of the Bois Georges ( 405 m). To the north, the municipality's area extends on the plateau of Grand Bois and Bois de Monte Villars, on the 435 meters, the highest elevation of Allondans is achieved.

Neighboring communities of Allondans are Montbéliard in the North and East, Sainte -Suzanne and manure in the south and Issans in the West.

History

Since the Middle Ages Allondans belonged to the territory of the Counts of Montbéliard. With the annexation of that county, the village came in 1793 final in French hands. Today Allondans is part of the municipal association Communauté de communes de la Vallée du Rupt.

Attractions

The present building of the Protestant Church of Allondans was built in 1848. From 1822 comes the Mairie ( Municipal House ).

Population

With 233 inhabitants ( 1 January 2011) Allondans one of the small communities of the department of Doubs. Once the population has consistently had in the first half of the 20th century in the area of ​​130-160 people, a population growth was recorded since the early 1960s.

Economy and infrastructure

Allondans was until well into the 20th century a predominantly by agriculture (crops, orchards and livestock ) embossed village. In addition, there are today some of the local small business enterprises. Meanwhile, the village has also changed into a residential community. Many workers are therefore commuters who do their work in the agglomeration Montbéliard.

The village is located off the major thoroughfares on a secondary road, leading from Montbéliard to Aibre. The nearest links to the A36 motorway is located at a distance of about 7 km. Another road connection with extension.

Aibre | Allondans | Bart | Bavans | Beutal | Bretigney | Désandans | Dung | Échenans | Issans | Laire | Lougres | Présentevillers | Raynans | Saint- Julien- lès -Montbéliard | Sainte -Marie | Sainte -Suzanne | Semondans | Le Vernoy

  • Municipality in the department of Doubs
  • Place in Franche -Comté
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