Arrondissement of Blois

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Blois
Arrondissement
CountryFrance
RegionCentre-Val de Loire
DepartmentLoir-et-Cher
Communes94
PrefectureBlois
Population (2013)
 • Total171,674
¹ French Land Register data, which exclude lakes, ponds, and glaciers larger than 1 km² as well as the estuaries of rivers.

The arrondissement of Blois is an arrondissement of France in the Loir-et-Cher department in the Centre-Val de Loire region. In 2007 it lost the canton of Saint-Aignan to the arrondissement of Romorantin-Lanthenay.[1] Since the January 2017 reorganization of the arrondissements of Loir-et-Cher, it has 94 communes.[2]

Composition[edit]

Cantons[edit]

The cantons of the arrondissement of Blois are:

Communes[edit]

The communes of the arrondissement of Blois are:[3]

  1. Autainville (41006)
  2. Avaray (41008)
  3. Averdon (41009)
  4. Bauzy (41013)
  5. Beauce-la-Romaine (41173)
  6. Binas (41017)
  7. Blois (41018)
  8. Boisseau (41019)
  9. Bracieux (41025)
  10. Briou (41027)
  11. Candé-sur-Beuvron (41029)
  12. Cellettes (41031)
  13. Chailles (41032)
  14. Chambord (41034)
  15. Champigny-en-Beauce (41035)
  16. La Chapelle-Saint-Martin-en-Plaine (41039)
  17. La Chapelle-Vendômoise (41040)
  18. Chaumont-sur-Loire (41045)
  19. La Chaussée-Saint-Victor (41047)
  20. Cheverny (41050)
  21. Chitenay (41052)
  22. Conan (41057)
  23. Concriers (41058)
  24. Cormeray (41061)
  25. Courbouzon (41066)
  26. Cour-Cheverny (41067)
  27. Courmemin (41068)
  28. Cour-sur-Loire (41069)
  29. Crouy-sur-Cosson (41071)
  30. Épiais (41077)
  31. La Ferté-Saint-Cyr (41085)
  32. Fontaines-en-Sologne (41086)
  33. Fossé (41091)
  34. Françay (41093)
  35. Herbault (41101)
  36. Huisseau-sur-Cosson (41104)
  37. Josnes (41105)
  38. Lancôme (41108)
  39. Landes-le-Gaulois (41109)
  40. Lestiou (41114)
  41. Lorges (41119)
  42. La Madeleine-Villefrouin (41121)
  43. Marchenoir (41123)
  44. Marolles (41128)
  45. Maslives (41129)
  46. Maves (41130)
  47. Menars (41134)
  48. Mer (41136)
  49. Mesland (41137)
  50. Monteaux (41144)
  51. Monthou-sur-Bièvre (41145)
  52. Les Montils (41147)
  53. Montlivault (41148)
  54. Mont-près-Chambord (41150)
  55. Muides-sur-Loire (41155)
  56. Mulsans (41156)
  57. Neuvy (41160)
  58. Oucques la Nouvelle (41171)
  59. Le Plessis-l'Échelle (41178)
  60. Rhodon (41188)
  61. Rilly-sur-Loire (41189)
  62. Roches (41191)
  63. Saint-Bohaire (41203)
  64. Saint-Claude-de-Diray (41204)
  65. Saint-Cyr-du-Gault (41205)
  66. Saint-Denis-sur-Loire (41206)
  67. Saint-Dyé-sur-Loire (41207)
  68. Saint-Étienne-des-Guérets (41208)
  69. Saint-Gervais-la-Forêt (41212)
  70. Saint-Laurent-des-Bois (41219)
  71. Saint-Laurent-Nouan (41220)
  72. Saint-Léonard-en-Beauce (41221)
  73. Saint-Lubin-en-Vergonnois (41223)
  74. Saint-Sulpice-de-Pommeray (41230)
  75. Sambin (41233)
  76. Santenay (41234)
  77. Séris (41245)
  78. Seur (41246)
  79. Suèvres (41252)
  80. Talcy (41253)
  81. Thoury (41260)
  82. Tour-en-Sologne (41262)
  83. Valaire (41266)
  84. Valencisse (41142)
  85. Valloire-sur-Cisse (41055)
  86. Veuzain-sur-Loire (41167)
  87. Vievy-le-Rayé (41273)
  88. Villebarou (41276)
  89. Villefrancœur (41281)
  90. Villeneuve-Frouville (41284)
  91. Villerbon (41288)
  92. Villermain (41289)
  93. Villexanton (41292)
  94. Vineuil (41295)

References[edit]

  1. ^ INSEE, Modifications territoriales
  2. ^ "Arrêté préfectoral, 28 December 2016, p 11" (PDF). Retrieved 2017-08-07.
  3. ^ INSEE, Arrondissement de Blois

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 47°35′00″N 1°20′00″E / 47.5833°N 1.3333°E / 47.5833; 1.3333