|Height :||464 m|
|Area :||13.81 km²|
|Population density :||44 inhabitants / km²|
|Incorporation :||1st July 1969|
|Postal code :||53945|
|Area code :||02697|
Location of Lommersdorf in North Rhine-Westphalia
Lommersdorf was first mentioned in 975 as in villa Lumeresdorph in comitatu Zulpiche . The Franconian settlement of Lommersdorf emerged as part of a Roman settlement in the 5th century . The place name probably goes back to Chlodmarsdorph (Hlod = Franconian for fame, Mar = Franconian for famous). The village of the glorious was probably named after a famous Franconian warrior, probably the founder of the settlement. The rule Arenberg took Lommersdorf later by the Counts of Are (oldest Counts in the Eifel ). Lommersdorf became the main and court place within the Duchy of Arenberg .
Lommersdorf was a traditional mining site (brown iron ore, but also isolated but not mined lead ore deposits) and delivered high-quality ore to the Ahr and steel smelter located in the duchy, but also z. B. to the Jünkerather or Müllenborner Hütte. For further processing, raw or bar iron was delivered to what is now Belgium , so u. a. to the Liège cannon factory . This resulted from the trade relations of the dukes, who took their main residence there.
During the French period, Lommersdorf was the main town of the Mairie of the same name in the canton of Blankenheim, which was part of the Prüm arrondissement in the Saardepartement . It remained a formally independent municipality until 1969, initially administered by the Lommersdorf mayor , and later by the Blankenheim office. Individual houses in Ahrhütte , the Lommersdorfer- or Dreimühle and the Neuhof settlement belong to the former municipality and today's district of Lommersdorf . On July 1, 1969, Lommersdorf was incorporated into Blankenheim.
Sightseeing and tourism
In addition to individual courtyards and small monuments that are under monument protection, there is a Romanesque basilica from the 12th century with the patrons Philip and James in the town center .
Several associations contribute to the village community in Lommersdorf. In addition to the volunteer fire brigade, these include a. the soccer club TuRa Lommersdorf, the Lommersdorfer Musikanten founded in 1952 and the carnival club KV Rut-Wiess from 1958.
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- Anna Schmitz: Now think about it ... A centenarian tells. Münster 1981.
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