Weimerskirch (Luxembourgish: Weimeschkierch) is a quarter in north-eastern Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg. As of 31 December 2019, the quarter has a population of 2,462 inhabitants.[2]

Weimeschkierch  (Luxembourgish)
Weimerskirch is one of 24 quarters in Luxembourg City
Coordinates: 49.628°N 6.135°E / 49.628; 6.135
CommuneLuxembourg City
  Total1.1051 km2 (0.4267 sq mi)
 (31 December 2019)[2]
  Density2,200/km2 (5,800/sq mi)

The current district Weimerskirch is called the "little parish" of the city of Luxembourg.[citation needed] In 723 the Franconian Meier gave Charles Martel the Abbey of St. Maximin, Trier, three estates (fiefs), one's own church, Ecclesia Vidmar, later called Wimariecclesia.[citation needed] The territory declared by the gift of real estate in question, why throughout the centuries Weimerskirch the mother parish for a large part of present-day territory of the city of Luxembourg was, and many later emerged from the parish church area.[citation needed]

Weimerskirch was, until the 1950s, known as the residence of the Yenish that has been called Lakerten Dëppegéisser.[citation needed] By 1900 the number of families living here Yenish is estimated to be forty.[citation needed] Yenish is the Weimerskirch still not received written and oral tradition.[citation needed] Thus there are still a number to popular expressions, which are known mainly the native Weimerskirch and it engages occasionally in their expression.[citation needed]