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Tool to find numbers, name and location of French departments. France is divided administratively into 101 departments, all having a number.

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Number and Name of Departements


Tool to find numbers, name and location of French departments. France is divided administratively into 101 departments, all having a number.

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How are selected French departments numbers?

Departments are mostly numbered in alphabetical order. But the history of France has caused some adjustments and exceptions to the rule.

The department number is actually a 2 or 3 character code that is numeric (preceded by a zero if necessary) or exceptionally alphanumeric (Corsica for example).

The code is 2 characters long for the departments of metropolitan France, and 3 characters for the overseas (In addition to the departments, overseas collectivities also have a code).

Example: 01 Ain
2A Corse du Sud

What is the list of French departments?

The complete list of French departments is:

01Ain
02Aisne
03Allier
04Alpes-de-Haute-Provence
05Hautes-Alpes
06Alpes-Maritimes
07Ardèche
08Ardennes
09Ariège
10Aube
11Aude
12Aveyron
13Bouches-du-Rhône
14Calvados
15Cantal
16Charente
17Charente-Maritime
18Cher
19Corrèze
21Côte-dOr
22Côtes-dArmor
23Creuse
24Dordogne
25Doubs
26Drôme
27Eure
28Eure-et-Loir
29Finistère
2ACorse-du-Sud
2BHaute-Corse
30Gard
31Haute-Garonne
32Gers
33Gironde
34Hérault
35Ille-et-Vilaine
36Indre
37Indre-et-Loire
38Isère
39Jura
40Landes
41Loir-et-Cher
42Loire
43Haute-Loire
44Loire-Atlantique
45Loiret
46Lot
47Lot-et-Garonne
48Lozère
49Maine-et-Loire
50Manche
51Marne
52Haute-Marne
53Mayenne
54Meurthe-et-Moselle
55Meuse
56Morbihan
57Moselle
58Nièvre
59Nord
60Oise
61Orne
62Pas-de-Calais
63Puy-de-Dôme
64Pyrénées-Atlantiques
65Hautes-Pyrénées
66Pyrénées-Orientales
67Bas-Rhin
68Haut-Rhin
69Rhône
70Haute-Saône
71Saône-et-Loire
72Sarthe
73Savoie
74Haute-Savoie
75Paris
76Seine-Maritime
77Seine-et-Marne
78Yvelines
79Deux-Sèvres
80Somme
81Tarn
82Tarn-et-Garonne
83Var
84Vaucluse
85Vendée
86Vienne
87Haute-Vienne
88Vosges
89Yonne
90Territoire de Belfort
91Essonne
92Hauts-de-Seine
93Seine-Saint-Denis
94Val-de-Marne
95Val-d'Oise
971Guadeloupe
972Martinique
973Guyane
974Réunion
976Mayotte

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