Much


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Much
Administration
Toponyme officiel
Pays Drapeau d'Allemagne Allemagne
Land Flag of North Rhine-Westphalia (state).svg Rhénanie-du-Nord-Westphalie
District
(Regierungsbezirk)
District de Cologne
Arrondissement
(Landkreis)
Arrondissement de Rhin-Sieg
Code communal
(Gemeindeschlüssel)
05 3 82 036
Code postal 53804
Indicatif téléphonique 02245
Immatriculation SU
Nombre de quartiers
(Ortsteile)
114
Site web www.much.de
Politique
Bourgmestre
(Bürgermeister)
Alfred Haas
Partis au pouvoir CDU
Géographie
Coordonnées 50° 54′ 18″ N 7° 24′ 07″ E / 50.905, 7.40250° 54′ 18″ Nord
       7° 24′ 07″ Est
/ 50.905, 7.402
  
Altitude (NN) 236 m
Superficie 78,11 km2
Démographie
Population 14 990 hab. (31 décembre 2009)
Densité 192 hab./km2


Much est une commune de Rhénanie-du-Nord-Westphalie (Allemagne), située dans l'arrondissement de Rhin-Sieg, dans le district de Cologne, dans le Landschaftsverband de Rhénanie.


Évolution démographique

1925 1933 1969 1979 1991 2006
5812 5516 7472 9611 12351 15071

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