|Département de la Doire
|Département of French Revolution and First French Empire|
|French Empire in 1812. Doire (department) is on the lower right corner.|
|-||Decree of 24 Fructidor, year X||11 September 1802|
|-||Treaty of Fontainebleau||11 April 1814|
|-||1812||2,508.53 km2 (969 sq mi)|
|Density||94.9 /km2 (245.7 /sq mi)|
|Political subdivisions||3 Arrondissements |
Doire was a département of the First French Empire that is now in Italy. It was named after the river Dora Baltea. It was formed in 1802 when Napoleon Bonaparte occupied the Kingdom of Sardinia. Its capital was Ivrea. It was divided into the arrondissements of Ivrea, Aosta and Chivasso. It was disbanded after the defeat of Napoleon in 1814. Its territory is divided over the Italian province of Turin and the autonomous Aosta Valley region.
- Ivrea, cantons: Candia, Caravino, Castellamonte, Chiaverano, Cuorgnè, Ivrea, Locana, Pont Saint-Martin, Settimo Vittone, Strambino, Vico and Vistrorio.
- Aosta, cantons: Aosta, Châtillon, Donas, Fontainemore, Morgex, Valpelline, Verrès and Villeneuve.
- Chivasso, cantons: Caluso, Chivasso, Rivara, Rivarolo, San Benigno, San Giorgio.
Its population in 1812 was 238,000, and its area was 250,853 hectares.