Champigneulles is a commune with 6886 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2011 ) in the department of Meurthe -et -Moselle in the Lorraine region. It belongs to the district of the canton of Nancy and Pompey.


The community Champigneulles lies on the right bank of the lower Meurthe and only four kilometers north of the city center of Nancy.


Champigneulles was formerly Campigniola, small fertile area. Only at the beginning of the 14th century, the town is mentioned. Nearby, however, there was a hamlet of Saint -Barthélemy, who disappeared at the time of the Wars of Religion.


Economy and infrastructure

Champigneulles is nationally known for its brewery, which was founded in 1897 here from the Carinthian Slovenes Anton Trampitsch and his financier Victor Hinzelin and had stepped 1949-1965 as a sponsor of the Tour de France. 1987 merged SEB Brasseries Kronenbourg with the group BSN (later Danone ). In 2006, the local brewery by Frankfurter Brauhaus, based in Frankfurt (Oder) was adopted.

In Champigneulles there is a departure of the Autoroute A31. The Champigneulles railway station is on the railway line Nancy - Metz. The nearest airport and a TGV train station about 30 km north.

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