Canton of Saint-Sever-Calvados

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The Canton of Saint-Sever-Calvados (French: Le canton de Saint-Sever-Calvados) is a French former canton of the département of Calvados in the region of Basse-Normandie. It was disbanded following the French canton reorganisation which came into effect in March 2015. It consisted of 18 communes, which joined the canton of Vire in 2015.[1] The canton formed part of the Arrondissement of Vire. The chief commune in the Canton was Saint-Sever-Calvados and the general counciller was Yves Rondel (2008 - 2014)

Geography[edit]

The altitude varied from 39 m (Pont-Farcy) to 351 m (Le Gast), the average altitude was 186 m.

Communes[edit]

The Canton contained 18 Communes and had a population of 7,018.

Populations range from 1,325 in Saint-Sever-Calvados to 45 at Le Mesnil-Benoist

References[edit]

Coordinates: 48°50′23″N 1°02′53″W / 48.8397°N 1.0481°W / 48.8397; -1.0481