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Blieskastel German pronunciation: ˈbliːsˌkastɘl is a city in the Saar-Palatinate district, in Saarland, Germany which is divided into villages, one of the largest being Wolfersheim It is situated on the river Blies, approximately 8 kilometres 5 miles west of Zweibrücken, and 20 km 12 mi east of Saarbrücken


  • 1 International relations
  • 2 Personalities
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links

International relationsedit

See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in Germany

Blieskastel is twinned with:

  • Le Creusot, France, since 1989
  • Castellabate, Italy, since 2008


  • David Oppenheimer 1834-1897, German entrepreneur and mayor of Vancouver, Canada
  • Joseph Wendel 1901-1960, cardinal since 1953, bishop of Speyer, archbishop of Munich and Freising
David Oppenheimer around 1896


  1. ^ "Fläche und Bevölkerung - Stand: 31122015 Basis Zensus 2011" PDF Statistisches Amt des Saarlandes in German July 2016 

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