Dipartimënc de la Franzia

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Dipartimënc de la Franzia
Départements français (franzëus)
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Numer 101
Populazion Majer: Nord, Hauts-de-France — 2 608 346
Mënder: Lozère, Occitanie — 76 557
Spersa Majer:: Guiana Franzëusa — 83 533,9 km²

Mënder: Paris, Île-de-France — 105,4 km²

Partida Arrondissements
Ciantons
Chemuns

I dipartimënc (franzëus: département, pronunzià [depaʁtəmɑ̃]) ie na divijion aministrativa te la Franzia che sta sota la regions y sëura i chemuns. Tl 2022 ova la Franzia 101 dipartimënc. De chisc ie 96 te la Franzia metropolitana y 5 tl raion de sëuramer.


Lista[mudé | muda l codesc]

I dipartimënc de al didancuei[mudé | muda l codesc]

Uni dipartimënt à n blason y na bandiera, ma chëstes ne ie nia recunesciudes ufizielmënter.

Codesc INSEE Blason 1 Data de amiscion Dipartmënt Capitela Region Numinà do
01 Coat of arms of department 01 26 fauré 1790 Ain Bourg-en-Bresse  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Ain (ruf)
02 Coat of arms of department 02 26 fauré 1790 Aisne Laon  Hauts-de-France Aisne (ruf)
03 Coat of arms of department 03 26 fauré 1790 Allier Moulins  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Allier (ruf)
04 Coat of arms of department 04 26 fauré 1790 Alpes-de-Haute-Provence 2 Digne-les-Bains  Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur La Elpes y la region Provence
05 Coat of arms of department 05 26 fauré 1790 Hautes-Alpes Gap  Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur La Elpes
06 Coat of arms of department 06 26 fauré 1790 Alpes-Maritimes Nice  Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur La Elpes
07 Coat of arms of department 07 26 fauré 1790 Ardèche Privas  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Ardèche (ruf)
08 Coat of arms of department 08 26 fauré 1790 Ardennes Charleville-Mézières  Grand Est Bosch de la Ardennes
09 Coat of arms of department 09 26 fauré 1790 Ariège Foix  Occitania Ariège (ruf)
10 Coat of arms of department 10 26 fauré 1790 Aube Troyes  Grand Est Aube (ruf)
11 Coat of arms of department 11 26 fauré 1790 Aude Carcassonne  Occitania Aude (ruf)
12 Coat of arms of department 12 26 fauré 1790 Aveyron Rodez  Occitania Aveyron (ruf)
13 Coat of arms of department 13 26 fauré 1790 Bouches-du-Rhône Marseille  Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Rhône (ruf)
14 Coat of arms of department 14 26 fauré 1790 Calvados Caen  Normandia Latin
calva dorsa
("bare backs"), referring to two offshore rocks
15 Coat of arms of department 15 26 fauré 1790 Cantal Aurillac  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Mounts of Cantal
16 Coat of arms of department 16 26 fauré 1790 Charente Angoulême  Nouvelle-Aquitaine Charente (ruf)
17 Coat of arms of department 17 26 fauré 1790 Charente-Maritime 3 La Rochelle  Nouvelle-Aquitaine Charente (ruf)
18 Coat of arms of department 18 26 fauré 1790 Cher Bourges  Centre-Val de Loire Cher (ruf)
19 Coat of arms of department 19 26 fauré 1790 Corrèze Tulle  Nouvelle-Aquitaine Corrèze (ruf)
2A Coat of arms of Corsica 1 jené 1979 Corse-du-Sud 19 Ajaccio  Corsica Ijula de Corsica
2B Coat of arms of Corsica 1 jené 1979 Haute-Corse 19 Bastia  Corsica Ijula de Corsica
21 Coat of arms of department 21 26 fauré 1790 Côte-d'Or Dijon  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Autumn color of Burgundy vineyards ("Golden Slope").
22 Coat of arms of department 22 26 fauré 1790 Côtes-d'Armor 4 Saint-Brieuc Bretania Bretania coasts of Armorica
23 Coat of arms of department 23 26 fauré 1790 Creuse Guéret  Nouvelle-Aquitaine Creuse (ruf)
24 Coat of arms of department 24 26 fauré 1790 Dordogne Périgueux  Nouvelle-Aquitaine Dordogne (ruf)
25 Coat of arms of department 25 26 fauré 1790 Doubs Besançon  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Doubs (ruf)
26 Coat of arms of department 26 26 fauré 1790 Drôme Valence  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Drôme (ruf)
27 Coat of arms of department 27 26 fauré 1790 Eure Évreux  Normandia Eure (ruf)
28 Coat of arms of department 28 26 fauré 1790 Eure-et-Loir Chartres  Centre-Val de Loire Ruves Eure y Loir
29 Coat of arms of department 29 26 fauré 1790 Finistère Quimper Bretania Bretania Latin
Finis Terrae
("end of earth")
30 Coat of arms of department 30 26 fauré 1790 Gard Nîmes  Occitania Occitan name for Gardon ruf
31 Coat of arms of department 31 26 fauré 1790 Haute-Garonne Toulouse  Occitania Garonne (ruf)
32 Coat of arms of department 32 26 fauré 1790 Gers Auch  Occitania Gers (ruf)
33 Coat of arms of department 33 26 fauré 1790 Gironde 5 Bordeaux  Nouvelle-Aquitaine Gironde estuary
34 Coat of arms of department 34 26 fauré 1790 Hérault Montpellier  Occitania Hérault (ruf)
35 Coat of arms of department 35 26 fauré 1790 Ille-et-Vilaine Rennes Bretania Bretania Ruves Ille y Vilaine
36 Coat of arms of department 36 26 fauré 1790 Indre Châteauroux  Centre-Val de Loire Indre (ruf)
37 Coat of arms of department 37 26 fauré 1790 Indre-et-Loire Tours  Centre-Val de Loire Ruves Indre y Loire
38 Coat of arms of department 38 26 fauré 1790 Isère Grenoble  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Isère (ruf)
39 Coat of arms of department 39 26 fauré 1790 Jura Lons-le-Saunier  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Jura Mountains
40 Coat of arms of department 40 26 fauré 1790 Landes Mont-de-Marsan  Nouvelle-Aquitaine Heathlands (lande) that dominated the region at the time
41 Coat of arms of department 41 26 fauré 1790 Loir-et-Cher Blois  Centre-Val de Loire Ruves Loir y Cher
42 Coat of arms of department 42 12 agost 1793 Loire Saint-Étienne  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Loire (ruf)
43 Coat of arms of department 43 26 fauré 1790 Haute-Loire Le Puy-en-Velay  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Loire (ruf)
44 Coat of arms of department 44 26 fauré 1790 Loire-Atlantique 6 Nantes  Pays de la Loire Loire (ruf) y Ozean Atlantich
45 Coat of arms of department 45 26 fauré 1790 Loiret Orléans  Centre-Val de Loire Loiret (ruf)
46 Coat of arms of department 46 26 fauré 1790 Lot Cahors  Occitania Lot (ruf)
47 Coat of arms of department 47 26 fauré 1790 Lot-et-Garonne Agen  Nouvelle-Aquitaine Ruves Lot y Garonne
48 Coat of arms of department 48 26 fauré 1790 Lozère Mende  Occitania Mont Lozère
49 Coat of arms of department 49 26 fauré 1790 Maine-et-Loire 7 Angers  Pays de la Loire Ruves Maine y Loire
50 Coat of arms of department 50 26 fauré 1790 Manche Saint-Lô  Normandia English Channel
51 Coat of arms of department 51 26 fauré 1790 Marne Châlons-en-Champagne  Grand Est Marne (ruf)
52 Coat of arms of department 52 26 fauré 1790 Haute-Marne Chaumont  Grand Est Marne (ruf)
53 Coat of arms of department 53 26 fauré 1790 Mayenne Laval  Pays de la Loire Mayenne (ruf)
54 Coat of arms of department 54 26 fauré 1790 Meurthe-et-Moselle Nancy  Grand Est Ruves Meurthe y Moselle
55 Coat of arms of department 55 26 fauré 1790 Meuse Bar-le-Duc  Grand Est Meuse (ruf)
56 Coat of arms of department 56 26 fauré 1790 Morbihan Vannes Bretania Bretania Gulf of Morbihan
57 Coat of arms of department 57 26 fauré 1790 Moselle Metz  Grand Est Moselle (ruf)
58 Coat of arms of department 58 26 fauré 1790 Nièvre Nevers  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Nièvre (ruf)
59 Coat of arms of department 59 26 fauré 1790 Nord Lille  Hauts-de-France North cardinal direction
60 Coat of arms of department 60 26 fauré 1790 Oise Beauvais  Hauts-de-France Oise (ruf)
61 Coat of arms of department 61 26 fauré 1790 Orne Alençon  Normandia Orne (ruf)
62 Coat of arms of department 62 26 fauré 1790 Pas-de-Calais Arras  Hauts-de-France Strait of Dover
63 Coat of arms of department 63 26 fauré 1790 Puy-de-Dôme Clermont-Ferrand  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Puy de Dôme volcano
64 Coat of arms of department 64 26 fauré 1790 Pyrénées-Atlantiques 8 Pau  Nouvelle-Aquitaine I Pireneies y l Ozean Atlantich
65 Coat of arms of department 65 26 fauré 1790 Hautes-Pyrénées Tarbes  Occitania I Pireneies
66 Coat of arms of department 66 26 fauré 1790 Pyrénées-Orientales Perpignan  Occitania I Pireneies
67 Coat of arms of department 67 26 fauré 1790 Bas-Rhin Strasbourg  Grand Est Rhine (ruf)
68 Coat of arms of department 68 26 fauré 1790 Haut-Rhin Colmar  Grand Est Rhine (ruf)
69D Coat of arms of department 69 12 agost 1793 Rhône Lyon (provisional)  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Rhône (ruf)
69M Coat of arms of Lyon 1 jené 2015 Lyon Metropolis 18 Lyon  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes chemun de Lyon
70 Coat of arms of department 70 26 fauré 1790 Haute-Saône Vesoul  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Saône (ruf)
71 Coat of arms of department 71 26 fauré 1790 Saône-et-Loire Mâcon  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Ruves Saône y Loire
72 Coat of arms of department 72 26 fauré 1790 Sarthe Le Mans  Pays de la Loire Sarthe (ruf)
73 Coat of arms of department 73 15 June 1860 Savoie Chambéry  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of Savoy
74 Coat of arms of department 74 15 June 1860 Haute-Savoie Annecy  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of Savoy
75 Coat of arms of department 75 1 jené 1968 Paris 9 Paris  Île-de-France chemun de Paris
76 Coat of arms of department 76 26 fauré 1790 Seine-Maritime 10 Rouen  Normandia Seine (ruf)
77 Coat of arms of department 77 26 fauré 1790 Seine-et-Marne Melun  Île-de-France Ruves Seine y Marne
78 Coat of arms of department 78 1 jené 1968 Yvelines 11 Versailles  Île-de-France Bosch de la Yvelines
79 Coat of arms of department 79 26 fauré 1790 Deux-Sèvres Niort  Nouvelle-Aquitaine Ruves Sèvre Nantaise y Sèvre Niortaise
80 Coat of arms of department 80 26 fauré 1790 Somme Amiens  Hauts-de-France Somme (ruf)
81 Coat of arms of department 81 26 fauré 1790 Tarn Albi  Occitania Tarn (ruf)
82 Coat of arms of department 82 4 November 1808 Tarn-et-Garonne Montauban  Occitania Ruves Tarn y Garonne
83 Coat of arms of department 83 26 fauré 1790 Var Toulon  Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Var (ruf)
84 Coat of arms of department 84 25 June 1793 Vaucluse Avignon  Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Fontaine de Vaucluse spring
85 Coat of arms of department 85 26 fauré 1790 Vendée La Roche-sur-Yon  Pays de la Loire Vendée (ruf)
86 Coat of arms of department 86 26 fauré 1790 Vienne Poitiers  Nouvelle-Aquitaine Vienne (ruf)
87 Coat of arms of department 87 26 fauré 1790 Haute-Vienne Limoges  Nouvelle-Aquitaine Vienne (ruf)
88 Coat of arms of department 88 26 fauré 1790 Vosges Épinal  Grand Est Vosges Mountains
89 Coat of arms of department 89 26 fauré 1790 Yonne Auxerre  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Yonne (ruf)
90 Coat of arms of department 90 11 merz 1922 Territoire de Belfort Belfort  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté chemun de Belfort
91 Coat of arms of department 91 1 jené 1968 Essonne 12 Évry-Courcouronnes  Île-de-France Essonne (ruf)
92 Coat of arms of department 92 1 jené 1968 Hauts-de-Seine 13 Nanterre  Île-de-France Seine (ruf)
93 Coat of arms of department 93 1 jené 1968 Seine-Saint-Denis 14 Bobigny  Île-de-France Seine (ruf) y chemun de Saint-Denis
94 Coat of arms of department 94 1 jené 1968 Val-de-Marne Créteil  Île-de-France Marne (ruf)
95 Coat of arms of department 95 1 jené 1968 Val-d'Oise Pontoise 15  Île-de-France Oise (ruf)
971 Coat of arms of Guadeloupe 19 merz 1946 Guadeloupe 16 Basse-Terre  Guadeloupe Ijula de Guadeloupe
972 Coat of arms of Martinique 19 merz 1946 Martinique 16 Fort-de-France  Martinique Ijula de Martinique
973 Coat of arms of Guyane 19 merz 1946 Guyane 16 Cayenne  Guiana Franzëusa La Guianas
974 Coat of arms of Réunion 19 merz 1946 La Réunion 16 Saint-Denis  Réunion Ijula de la Réunion
976 Coat of arms of Mayotte 9 agost 2009
31 merz 2011[1]
Mayotte 17 Mamoudzou  Mayotte Ijula de Mayotte
Notes:
  • ^1 Most of the coats of arms are unofficial
  • ^2 Alpes-de-Haute-Provence was known as
    Basses-Alpes
    ('Lower Alps') until 1970
  • ^3 Charente-Maritime was known as
    Charente-Inférieure
    ('Lower Charente') until 1941
  • ^4 Côtes-d'Armor was known as
    Côtes-du-Nord
    ('Coasts of the North') until 1990
  • ^5 Gironde was known as
    Bec-d'Ambès
    ('Beak of Ambès') from 1793 until 1795. The Convention eliminated the name to avoid recalling the outlawed Girondin political faction.
  • ^6 Loire-Atlantique was known as
    Loire-Inférieure
    ('Lower Loire') until 1957
  • ^7 Maine-et-Loire was known as
    Mayenne-et-Loire
    (Mayenne and Loire rufs) until 1791
  • ^8 Pyrénées-Atlantiques was known as
    Basses-Pyrénées
    ('Lower Pyrenees') until 1969
  • ^9 Number 75 was formerly assigned to Seine
  • ^10 Seine-Maritime was known as
    Seine-Inférieure
    ('Lower Seine') until 1955
  • ^11 Number 78 was formerly assigned to Seine-et-Oise
  • ^12 Number 91 was formerly assigned to Alger, in French Algeria
  • ^13 Number 92 was formerly assigned to Oran, in French Algeria
  • ^14 Number 93 was formerly assigned to Constantine, in French Algeria
  • ^15 The prefecture of Val-d'Oise was established in Pontoise when the department was created, but moved de facto to the neighbouring commune of Cergy; currently, both part of the
    ville nouvelle
    of Cergy-Pontoise
  • ^16 The overseas departments each constitute a region and enjoy a status identical to metropolitan France. They are part of France and the European Union, though special EU rules apply to them.
  • ^17 Mayotte became the 101st department of France on 31 March 2011. The INSEE code of Mayotte is 976 (975 is already assigned to the French overseas collectivity of Saint Pierre and Miquelon)
  • ^18 Metropoles with territorial collectivity statute.
  • ^19 Corsica was divided into two departments (Golo and Liamone) from 1793 to 1811, and again into two departments (Corse-du-Sud, number 2A, and Haute-Corse, number 2B) in 1975. As of 2019, Corse-du-Sud and Haute-Corse are still administrative departments, although they no longer have the status of departmental "territorial collectivities": region and department functions have been managed by a "single territorial collectivity" since 2018.
Regions y dipartimënc de la Franzia metropolitana; i numeri ie chëi dl codesc INSEE (ora de la Corsica, che mostra la divijion de l'ijula nfin al 2018, y la dijivion de la metropoli de Lyon da Rhône che ne ie nia da udëi).
I dipartimënc che cunfina cul chemun de Paris; i numeri ie chëi dl codesc INSEE.

Referënzes[mudé | muda l codesc]

  1. "Mayotte - Histoire". Ministère des Outre-mer. 25 November 2016. Archivià da l uriginel ai 20 October 2021. Trat ite ai 20 October 2021.