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The municipality of Weiswampach (Wäiswampich in Luxembourgish), with its towns of Beiler, Leithum, Binsfeld, Holler, and Breidfeld, is located at the northern tip of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
The number of inhabitants in Weiswampach has increased significantly in recent decades, thanks to both the creation of additional living space (housing developments and apartment buildings) and also to the creation of new jobs (enlargement of supermarkets and construction of petrol stations and office buildings). The good connecting roads to the nearby border area have led to many young families moving to Weiswampach to live.
Since the creation of two artificial lakes, the village has undergone a significant upswing in tourism. During the bathing season, the lower lake is open for water sports, such as swimming, pedal boating, canoeing, and windsurfing. The upper lake is reserved for anglers. The campsite with its 276 spaces is always well occupied during the summer season.
With environmental and ecological factors in mind, a new biological central wastewater treatment facility for the equivalent of a population of 5,000 has been built. This has further improved the quality of life for both the villagers and the many tourists.