|Community association||Terre d'Eau|
|surface||7.62 km 2|
|Residents||120 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||16 inhabitants / km 2|
Town hall and parish hall
Thuillières is a French commune with 120 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2017) in the Vosges département in the Grand Est region (until 2015 Lorraine ). It belongs to the Arrondissement Neufchâteau and the canton of Vittel .
The municipality of Thuillières is located on the northern edge of the Monts Faucilles , about eight kilometers south-east of the small town of Vittel, known for its mineral water of the same name . In the north of the municipality of Thuillières is the watershed point where the catchment areas of the Rhine , Meuse and Rhone meet.
Neighboring communities of Thuillières are Valleroy-le-Sec in the north, Monthureux-le-Sec in the north-east and east, Senonges in the south-east, Relanges in the south, Saint-Baslemont in the west and Lignéville and Vittel in the north-west.
- Saint-Valère church
- Thuillières Castle, built by Germain Boffrand in 1725
- Jean Joseph Clément (1739–1808), Austrian major general, born in Thuillières