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Dillingen also: Dillingen an der Saar is a town in the district of Saarlouis , in Saarland. It has about 20, inhabitants and is divided into the three districts Dillingen-city center, Pachten and Diefflen.
In terms of population, it is the second largest municipality in the district of Saarlouis. Dillingen lies to the right of the Saar in the northern part of the Basin of Saarlouis and thus in the Saar-Nahe Basin. The Basin of Saarlouis is bounded on the northwest, north and northeast by the heights of the Buntsandstein. They belong to the eastern edge of the Paris Basin and lead into the basin of the Prims. The Prims coming from the Schwarzwalder Hochwald and emanates above the district of Pachten in the Saar.
A few kilometers north of the territorial entity of Pachten the Saar unites with the Nied coming from Lorraine. The alluvial deposits in the basin allow good agricultural use. Dillingen lies on a plaice of the middle Buntsandstein.
The rocks of the lower Rotliegend and the carbon form the northeastern border area. The extended valley of the area Dillingen and Saarlouis lies in the area of the middle Buntsandstein , in which the valleys of the Saar and the Prims dug. On this bas-relief with overlaying younger gravel blankets, the development area of Dillingen and Pachten spreads. In the middle Buntsandstein mainly crumbly, easily erodible sandstone formations are developed. These were won in earlier times in numerous quarries as building material.
Above are Muschelkalk -Layers: The lowest shell limestone layer form sandy-clayey-limestone rocks. The middle limestone layer contains marl with gypsum and anhydrite. The upper shell limestone layer is composed of massive limestones and platy limestones with layers of marl-layers. Above these solid subsoil rocks, sediment -terraces of the rivers Saar and Prims are deposited. The different altitudes of these terraces bear testimony to different stages of the depression of the two rivers and the deposit of entrained crushed stones.