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Municipalities of the canton of Bern

Municipalities in the canton of Bern

There are 356 municipalities in the canton of Bern, Switzerland (as of January 2015).[1]

List

Mergers

January 1, 2004
Englisberg and Zimmerwald merge to form Wald
Niederwichtrach and Oberwichtrach merge to form Wichtrach
January 1, 2007
Forst and Längenbühl merge to form Forst-Längenbühl
Gutenburg and Madiswil merge to form Madiswil
January 1, 2008
Oberönz and Herzogenbuchsee merge to form Herzogenbuchsee
January 1, 2009
Wanzwil, Heimenhausen and Röthenbach bei Herzogenbuchsee merge to form Heimenhausen
Rüti bei Riggisberg and Riggisberg merge to form Riggisberg
January 1, 2010
Ballmoos and Jegenstorf merge to form Jegenstorf
Twann and Tüscherz-Alfermée merge to form Twann-Tüscherz
Untersteckholz and Langenthal merge to form Langenthal
Aeschlen and Oberdiessbach merge to form Oberdiessbach
January 1, 2011
Wahlern and Albligen merge to form Schwarzenburg

References

  1. ^ "Répertoire officiel des communes de Suisse". Statistique Suisse. 2015-01-01. Retrieved 15 September 2011. 
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