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Île-de-France, or Isle de France, is a region in France, centred on Paris. Named after it are:
- Isle de France (Mauritius) (or Île de France), as Mauritius was known under French rule between 1715 to 1810
- Île-de-France (European Parliament constituency), constituency in the European Parliament
- Île-de-France, a public square in Paris, France, on the island Île de la Cité
- Ile-de-France is a sector of Planoise, Besançon, France
- Île-de-France (Greenland), an uninhabited island of the Greenland Sea, Greenland
- SS Île de France, a French ocean liner
- Île-de-France (sheep), a breed of sheep originating in the French Île-de-France region
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