Saarburg is a Saar River (Moselle River) cruise port and town in Rhineland-Palatinate state (Germany), with total area approx 20 km2 (8 ml2) and population around 8,000. The town is just a few kilometers upstream from Saar River's junction with Moselle.
- The settlement was established in 964 after building a castle (now-ruined) by Graf Siegfried of Luxembourg. It received town status in 1291. Saarburg is Germany's only place where bronze bells are still made.
- After WW2 (a939-1945), in the period 1945-1948 the town was occupied by Luxembourg, then by French troops (until 1955).
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