Rosselange ( German Ross Lingen ) is a commune with 2865 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2011 ) in the department of Moselle in the Lorraine region. It belongs to the district of Thionville -Ouest and the Canton Moyeuvre -Grande.
Rosselange located just south of Thionville at an altitude 164-331 m above sea level. The municipality covers 5.35 km ².
The town was first mentioned as 775 Rocheringas and heard from 1659 to France.
- Jean- Baptist files (* May 29, 1904 in Lingen Ross, † 1991) was a German Communist Bergmann ( KPD / SED), a resistance fighter against National Socialism, a prisoner in the Buchenwald concentration camp and department head of the Thuringian State Police
Algrange | Angevillers | Audun -le- Tiche | Aumetz | Boulange | Clouange | Fameck | Florange | Fontoy | Gandrange | Havange | Hayange | Knutange | Lommerange | Mondelange | Moyeuvre -Grande | Moyeuvre -Petite | Neufchef | Nilvange | Ottange | Ranguevaux | Rédange | Richemont | Rochonvillers | Rosselange | Russange | Serémange- Erzange | Tressange | Uckange | Vitry -sur -Orne
- Commune in the department of Moselle
- Place in Lorraine