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Our Neighborhood

Weilerbach, a former crown forest village has approx. 4700 residents plus approx. 1000 Americans, U.S. military and civilians with their families.
It is located in Rheinland Pfalz (Rhineland Palatinate) one of the 16 States of the Federal Republic of Germany.
The village was first mentioned as Wilrebach in historical documents in the year 1214) and is named after a small creek running through the center.
First traces of human beings date back to Stone Age. Later, Celts and Romans left behind rich archaeological finds.

It offers excellent shopping facilities and various services, commercial companies, and
tradesmen. Its diverse cultural activities are also a valuable addition to village life. For many
years, Weilerbach has been maintaining close relationships to its sister communities: Kingsbridge,
England, and Isigny-sur-mer, France.

Frozen Village Pond  and  Church Trail Signs Rails to Trails in Winter Protestant Parish Church (Weilerbach)
Farm Work Climbing Steps Catholic Church Harvest Moon Rising
Vue en Ville Spring Look One of the Oldest Doors in the Village
Dark Clouds Winter Sky View from the Hill A Winter View
The  Village Village View Twin View Protestant Church
Church in the Twilight
 Village Church View  - Cath. Church in the Foreground View from the Pond Church Holy Cross and St. Michael (Weilerbach)
Roman Catholic Church Winter at the Pond
A Lonely Prayer Book and Wine Shop Flammkuchen Scheune Flammkuchen - Tarte d'Alsace - Flame Cake
Into the Oven Apple Flame Cake The Village Barbershop the former Finance Office
Shadows on the Wall Ode to Red Old Farmhouse Built 1907 Barn
Window Dressing Oldest House (under Construction) Renovation in Process Progress
Renovation Progress Some People are Collectors Narrow Way Spring at the old Place
Old Milk Barn Fountain Lovely Garden House Village Playground
 Through the Gate Hay Barn Rails to Trails Old Bridge View Old Tracks to Nowhere
Village History Museum
Village History Museum