Portal:France/Administrative divisions

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France is currently divided into 26 "régions"; 22 of these form metropolitan France, which includes the continental nation and the island of Corsica, and 4 are overseas. Régions are further subdivided into 100 "départements", including the 4 départements d'outre-mer ("Overseas Departments") or "DOMs".

  1. Alsace
  2. Aquitaine
  3. Auvergne
  4. Lower Normandy
  5. Burgundy
  6. Brittany
  7. Centre
  8. Champagne-Ardenne
  9. Corsica (special status)
  10. Franche-Comté
  11. Upper Normandy
  1. Île-de-France
  2. Languedoc-Roussillon
  3. Limousin
  4. Lorraine
  5. Midi-Pyrénées
  6. Nord-Pas de Calais
  7. Pays de la Loire
  8. Picardy
  9. Poitou-Charentes
  10. Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur also called PACA region
  11. Rhône-Alpes
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Régions which are also départements d'outre-mer :

  1. Guadeloupe (until 2007 this included Saint-Barthélemy and the French part of Saint Martin)
  2. Martinique
  3. French Guiana
  4. Réunion
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France also administers several overseas collectivites and territories: