The Mullerthal is approximately the same size as the Land of the Red Rocks, and has about the same situation when it comes to tourism as that region, offering mostly one main feature, its terrain. Seen as how the bottom-level region article that is Land of the Red Rocks offers more overview to the traveller compared to the current Mullerthal with three towns and one city as part of it does, I would like to suggest that we make this article a bottom-level region as well for the purpose of creating more overview to the reader. Except for Echternach, all other lower-level pages under Mullerthal have little content at this point in time. Would it be worthwhile to merge Beaufort (Luxembourg), Consdorf and Echternach into Mullerthal, making Larochette part of Central Luxembourg, as it technically is not part of the Mullerthal?
-- Wauteurz (talk) 11:53, 3 July 2017 (UTC)
- Agree as per the above. Wauteurz (talk) 11:53, 3 July 2017 (UTC)
- Not sure. On the one hand, Consdorf and Berdorf will never become huge articles. On the other hand, the Echternach article has quite some information, and the information in this article will be harder to access for somebody only interested in Echternach. Can we get the opinion of some WV-experts from outside Luxembourg?
- I would definitely keep Larochette part of the Mullerthal article: it is part of the Mullerthal trail and contains a similar landscape (and similar attractions) as the other places in the Mullerthal region. Divisions useful to the tourist are more important than administrative divisions. Math1985 (talk) 14:31, 3 July 2017 (UTC)