Basse-Normandie

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Region Basse-Normandie

The region is the first level of administrative divisions on the France map. The region of Basse-Normandie has the number 25 and is divided into 3 departments, 11 districts, 141 townships and 1812 municipalities. Below you will find the localization of Basse-Normandie on the map of France, and the satellite map of Basse-Normandie.

Basse-Normandie
Calvados (14): Caen, Deauville, Honfleur
Manche (50): Saint Lô, Cherbourg, Mont-Saint-Michel
Orne (61)

Population of Basse-Normandie
Inhabitants of Basse-Normandie were 1 422 193 in the 1999 census and 1 456 793 in the 2006 census. Area of region of Basse-Normandie is 17 589,32 km ². Population density of Basse-Normandie is 82,82 inhabitants per km².

Biggest cities of region of Basse-Normandie, in number of inhabitants, are (2007 census): Caen (14), Cherbourg-Octeville (50), Alençon (61), Lisieux (14), Hérouville-Saint-Clair (14), Saint-Lô (50), Équeurdreville-Hainneville (50), Tourlaville (50), Flers (61), Argentan (61), Bayeux (14), Granville (50), Vire (14), Ifs (14), Mondeville (14), Coutances (50), Ouistreham (14), L’Aigle (61), Falaise (14), Avranches (50), Honfleur (14), Valognes (50), La Ferté-Macé (61).