Bourgogne Region

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Regions of France Bourgogne

The region is the first level of administrative divisions on the France map. The region of Bourgogne has the number 26 and is divided into 4 departments, 15 districts, 174 townships and 2046 municipalities. Below you will find the localization of Bourgogne on the map of France, and the satellite map of Bourgogne.

Bourgogne
Côte-d’Or (21): Dijon
Nièvre (58): Nevers
Saône-et-Loire (71): Mâcon
Yonne (89): Auxerre

Population of Bourgogne
Inhabitants of Bourgogne were 1 610 067 in the 1999 census and 1 628 837 in the 2006 census. Area of region of Bourgogne is 31 581,96 km ². Population density of Bourgogne is 51,57 inhabitants per km².

Biggest cities of region of Bourgogne, in number of inhabitants, are (2007 census): Dijon (21), Chalon-sur-Saône (71), Nevers (58), Auxerre (89), Mâcon (71), Sens (89), Le Creusot (71), Beaune (21), Montceau-les-Mines (71), Autun (71), Chenôve (21), Talant (21), Cosne-Cours-sur-Loire (58), Joigny (89), Quetigny (21), Varennes-Vauzelles (58), Chevigny-Saint-Sauveur (21), Longvic (21), Paray-le-Monial (71), Saint-Vallier (71), Fontaine-lès-Dijon (21), Digoin (71), Gueugnon (71).