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Until 1794, the village of Manderfeld and the surrounding hamlets were part of the electorate of Trier. That historical affiliation is evidenced not only by the name 'Treeschland', but also by the use of the new red sandstone that is so popular on the Moselle. Its red colour is quite different to that of the blue shale, which can be seen in many buildings in the rest of southern East Belgium. This stretch of land was part of the Duchy of Luxembourg until 1795.


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