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The municipality May Field is an administrative unit in the form of a local authority in the district of Mayen -Koblenz in Rhineland- Palatinate. The municipality includes the towns Polch and Munstermaifeld and another 16 independent local churches, the administrative headquarters are in the town Polch. The name derives from the landscape May Field.

  • 4.1 Structures
  • 4.2 Museums

Association members of communities

(Population at 31 December 2012)

Population Development

The development of the population based on the territory of the present municipality May Field; the values ​​from 1871 to 1987 based on population censuses:


Association of municipal

The association council May Field consists of 36 volunteer council members, who were elected at the municipal election held on 7 June 2009 of personalized proportional representation, and the full-time mayor as chairman.

The distribution of seats in the federation council:


Mayor of the municipality of May Field since its inauguration on September 29, 2009, Mr. Maximilian Mumm. So He took over from his predecessor in office Annette Moesta. The community association has three honorary councilor according to their main statutes.

Coat of arms

Coat of arms description of the Baroque shield: "Divided by silver and red, above a continuous red beam cross, below a golden leaf crown with three blue and two red stones in Kronreif "

The coat of arms of the former Office Polch was taken over by the newly formed municipality May Field in the course of administrative reform with effect from November 7, 1970. The coat of arms of the municipality May Field is the same as that provided the city with a wide Polch only sign board.

The red cross in the coat of arms refers to the 550 years it once belonged to the Electorate of Trier Polch. The golden crown is the coat of arms of the von Polch.

Culture and sights


  • The Gothic collegiate church of St. Martin and St. Severus
  • Burg Eltz
  • Burg Pyrmont
  • Castle Bischofstein
  • Castle Wernerseck
  • Parish Church of St. Stefan, Polch
  • George's Chapel, Polch


  • Home and farm museum Munstermaifeld
  • Home as well as dolls and toy museum Polch