Hymont is a commune in the Vosges department in the Lorraine region. It belongs to the district Neufchâteau, the Canton of Mirecourt and the Local Government Association ( Communauté de communes ) Pays de Mirecourt.
The 483 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2011) scoring Hymont community, approximately 55 km south of Nancy, 30 kilometers north- west of Epinal and 18 kilometers north east of Vittel. The nearest small town Mirecourt is five kilometers from Hymont.
By the Hymont about ten kilometers long column, which flows into the Moselle tributary Madon in the northeastern municipality, which forms part of the northern and the eastern municipal boundary flows. The trough-shaped, 200 meters wide valley of the column widens in Hymont. West of the town the land rises to 60 meters on a vast plateau. In the northwest, the municipality has a comprehensive approx 60 acres proportion of the forest area. The largest part of the community area consists of agricultural land, which reach to the banks of the meandering Madon. The built-up area is closed and is based on two settlement axes that intersect x -shaped.
Neighboring communities of Hymont are Mattaincourt in the north, Velotte -et- Tatignécourt in the east, Valleroy -aux -Saules in the south and Bazoilles -et- Menil in the West.
Hymont lay on the Roman road that led from Langres via Metz to Strasbourg. The name of the place, which is probably derived from a Franken called Hindonis, first appeared in a 1247 deed of the Dukes of Lorraine.
The 1847 canonized Pierre Fourier from the neighboring community Mattaincourt often preached in Hymont, where he met the living Alix Le Clerc here, 1597, founded the Congregation of the Augustinian choir women to education of girls with Fourier's help.
The village was Hymont as the surrounding towns and Mattaincourt Mirecourt until the mid- 20th century, known nationwide for fine linens and lace.
After a strong population growth in the 1970s has been recorded in 1990, a steady decline in population Hymonts.
- Church of Saint -Jean -Baptiste, built in neo-Gothic style in the 19th century
Economy and infrastructure
A part of the population lives from agriculture or is employed in small craft and commercial establishments. The largest employer in the village is a wood processing company, the furniture, but also produces wine barrels.
By Hymont leads the Department of Road 426 from Mirecourt to Vittel. From this road branches off in Hymont from the D 4 according to Bains- les- Bains. In the neighboring village of Mattaincourt is connected to the nationwide D 166 ( Epinal Neufchâteau ). The breakpoint Hymont - Mattaincourt is on the railway line from Nancy on Mirecourt and Vittel to Merrey, which is operated by the TER Lorraine.
- Hymont on the sides of the Municipal Association (French)
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- Commune in the department of Vosges
- Place in Lorraine