This article is about the Walloon municipality, Belgium. For the eponymous Swedish district, see Dalhem, Gotland.

Coat of arms

Location in Belgium

Coordinates: 50°43′N 05°43′E / 50.717°N 5.717°E / 50.717; 5.717Coordinates: 50°43′N 05°43′E / 50.717°N 5.717°E / 50.717; 5.717
Country Belgium
Community French Community
Region Wallonia
Province Liège
Arrondissement Liège
  Mayor Jean Claude Dewez (MR)
  Governing party/ies MR, PS
  Total 36.06 km2 (13.92 sq mi)
Population (1 January 2016)[1]
  Total 7,280
  Density 200/km2 (520/sq mi)
Postal codes 4606-4608
Area codes 04
Website www.dalhem.be

Dalhem is a Walloon municipality located in the Belgian province of Liège. On 1 January 2012 Dalhem had a total population of 6,996. The total area is 36.06 km² which gives a population density of 180 inhabitants per km². The name Dalhem is of Germanic origin and means "place of residence in the valley" (lit. dale home/dale ham).

The municipality of Dalhem consists of the village of Dalhem as well as the following locations: Saint-André, Berneau (German: Bernau), Bombaye (Dutch: Bolbeek), Feneur, Mortroux, Neufchâteau and Warsage (Dutch: Weerst). The current municipality was formed during the fusion of the Belgian municipalities in 1977. The Château de Wodémont is within the municipality.


Rugby Union team Coq Mosan play in the village of Berneau in the municipality.

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