Vienville is a commune in the Vosges department in the Lorraine region. It belongs to the district of Saint- Dié -des-Vosges, founded the Canton Corcieux and to the 2002 Local Government Association, Val de nine.
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The 127 inhabitants (1 January 2011 ) scoring Vienville community located in the Vosges Mountains, about 20 miles south of Saint- Dié -des- Vosges. Through the municipality runs the L' Bheumey a tributary of the nine. The more than 500 meters, the valley floor is dominated in the north by Mont Thiriville whose Situated on 759 meters above sea level summit just behind the municipal boundary to La Houssière. The community consists of many individual farms, the nine district in the west has a closed structure.
Neighboring communities of La Houssière Vienville are in the north, Corcieux the east and southeast, and La Chapelle- devant- Bruyeres in the southwest and west.
The village Vienville was first documented in 1580. The authority responsible for Vienville Church Saint- Jacques is located a few meters outside the village, in the district of Saint -Jacques of the neighboring parish of La Chapelle- devant- Bruyeres. It is a branch of the Romanesque church of Notre -Dame in Champ- le- Duc. From 1790 to 1801 Vienville was part of the community Corcieux.
Economy and infrastructure
In the town there are two farms in the full-time working.
Through the community Vienville leads in west-east direction, the secondary road D60 of Bruyeres about Corcieux after Anould. This road is also the shortest route from Epinal to the Col du Bonhomme in the Vosges.
Arrentès -de- Corcieux | Biffontaine | Corcieux | Gerbépal | La Chapelle- devant- Bruyeres | La Houssière | Les Poulières | Vienville
Allarmont | Anould | Arrentès -de- Corcieux | Aumontzey | Ban-de- Laveline | Ban-de- Sapt | Ban -sur- Meurthe- Clefcy | Barbey - Seroux | Belmont- sur- Buttant | Belval | Bertrimoutier | Biffontaine | Bois- de -Champ | Brouvelieures | Celles- sur -Plaine | Champdray | Châtas | Coinches | Colroy -la -Grande | Combrimont | Corcieux | Denipaire | Domfaing | Entre -deux- Eaux | Étival - Clairefontaine | Fraize | Frapelle | Fremifontaine | Gemaingoutte | Gerardmer | Gerbépal | Grandrupt | Granges -sur- Vologne | Herpelmont | Hurbache | Jussarupt | La Bourgonce | La Chapelle- devant- Bruyeres | La Croix -aux -Mines | La Grande -Fosse | La Houssière | La Petite- Fosse | La Petite - Raon | La Salle | La Voivre | Le Beulay | Le Mont | Le Puid | Le Saulcy | Le Valtin | Le Vermont | Les Poulières | Les Rouges- Eaux | Lesseux | Liézey | Lubine | Lusse | Luvigny | Mandray | Menil -de - Senones | Mortagne | Moussey | Moyenmoutier | Nayemont -les- Fosses | Neuvillers -sur- Fave | Nompatelize | Pair -et- Grandrupt | Plainfaing | Provenchères -sur- Fave | Raon- l'Étape | Raon -sur -Plaine | raves | Rehaupal | Remomeix | Saint- Dié -des-Vosges | Sainte -Marguerite | Saint -Jean- d'Ormont | Saint- Léonard | Saint -Michel- sur -Meurthe | Saint Remy | Saint- Stail | Saulcy- sur -Meurthe | Senones | Taintrux | Vervezelle | Vexaincourt | Vienville | Vieux -Moulin | Wisembach | La Bresse
- Commune in the department of Vosges
- Place in Lorraine