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Arrondissement of Die

Die
Arrondissement of France
Location of Die in Rhône-Alpes
Location of Die in Rhône-Alpes
Country France
Region Rhône-Alpes
Department Drôme
Cantons 9
Communes 104
Subprefecture Die
Area¹
 • Total 2,287 km2 (883 sq mi)
Population (1999)
 • Total 37,733
 • Density 16/km2 (43/sq mi)
¹ French Land Register data, which exclude lakes, ponds, and glaciers larger than 1 km² as well as the estuaries of rivers.

The arrondissement of Die is an arrondissement in the Drôme department in the Rhône-Alpes region of France. It has 104 communes.

Composition

The cantons of the arrondissement of Die are:

The communes (with their INSEE codes) of the arrondissement of Die are:

  1. Aix-en-Diois (26001)
  2. Allex (26006)
  3. Aouste-sur-Sye (26011)
  4. Arnayon (26012)
  5. Aubenasson (26015)
  6. Aucelon (26017)
  7. Aurel (26019)
  8. Autichamp (26021)
  9. Barnave (26025)
  10. Barsac (26027)
  11. Beaufort-sur-Gervanne (26035)
  12. Beaumont-en-Diois (26036)
  13. Beaurières (26040)
  14. Bellegarde-en-Diois (26047)
  15. Bézaudun-sur-Bîne (26051)
  16. Boulc (26055)
  17. Bourdeaux (26056)
  18. Bouvières (26060)
  19. Brette (26062)
  20. Chabrillan (26065)
  21. Chalancon (26067)
  22. Chamaloc (26069)
  23. Charens (26076)
  24. Chastel-Arnaud (26080)
  25. Châtillon-en-Diois (26086)
  26. Cobonne (26098)
  27. Crest (26108)
  28. Crupies (26111)
  29. Die (26113)
  30. Divajeu (26115)
  31. Espenel (26122)
  32. Establet (26123)
  33. Eurre (26125)
  34. Eygluy-Escoulin (26128)
  35. Félines-sur-Rimandoule (26134)
  36. Francillon-sur-Roubion (26137)
  37. Gigors-et-Lozeron (26141)
  38. Glandage (26142)
  39. Grane (26144)
  40. Gumiane (26147)
  41. Jonchères (26152)
  42. La Bâtie-des-Fonds (26030)
  43. La Chapelle-en-Vercors (26074)
  44. La Chaudière (26090)
  45. La Motte-Chalancon (26215)
  46. La Répara-Auriples (26020)
  47. La Roche-sur-Grane (26277)
  48. Laval-d'Aix (26159)
  49. Le Poët-Célard (26241)
  50. Les Prés (26255)
  51. Les Tonils (26351)
  52. Lesches-en-Diois (26164)
  53. Luc-en-Diois (26167)
  54. Lus-la-Croix-Haute (26168)
  55. Marignac-en-Diois (26175)
  56. Menglon (26178)
  57. Mirabel-et-Blacons (26183)
  58. Miscon (26186)
  59. Molières-Glandaz (26187)
  60. Montclar-sur-Gervanne (26195)
  61. Montlaur-en-Diois (26204)
  62. Montmaur-en-Diois (26205)
  63. Montoison (26208)
  64. Mornans (26214)
  65. Omblèze (26221)
  66. Ourches (26224)
  67. Pennes-le-Sec (26228)
  68. Piégros-la-Clastre (26234)
  69. Plan-de-Baix (26240)
  70. Ponet-et-Saint-Auban (26246)
  71. Pontaix (26248)
  72. Poyols (26253)
  73. Pradelle (26254)
  74. Puy-Saint-Martin (26258)
  75. Recoubeau-Jansac (26262)
  76. Rimon-et-Savel (26266)
  77. Rochefourchat (26274)
  78. Romeyer (26282)
  79. Rottier (26283)
  80. Saillans (26289)
  81. Saint-Agnan-en-Vercors (26290)
  82. Saint-Andéol (26291)
  83. Saint-Benoit-en-Diois (26296)
  84. Saint-Dizier-en-Diois (26300)
  85. Sainte-Croix (26299)
  86. Saint-Julien-en-Quint (26308)
  87. Saint-Julien-en-Vercors (26309)
  88. Saint-Martin-en-Vercors (26315)
  89. Saint-Nazaire-le-Désert (26321)
  90. Saint-Roman (26327)
  91. Saint-Sauveur-en-Diois (26328)
  92. Saou (26336)
  93. Soyans (26344)
  94. Suze (26346)
  95. Treschenu-Creyers (26354)
  96. Truinas (26356)
  97. Vachères-en-Quint (26359)
  98. Valdrôme (26361)
  99. Val-Maravel (26136)
  100. Vassieux-en-Vercors (26364)
  101. Vaunaveys-la-Rochette (26365)
  102. Vercheny (26368)
  103. Véronne (26371)
  104. Volvent (26378)

External links

  • Die on French National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies site (INSEE, in French)


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