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Arrondissement of Argentan

Argentan
Arrondissement of France
Location of Argentan in Basse-Normandie
Location of Argentan in Basse-Normandie
Country France
Region Basse-Normandie
Department Orne
Communes 216
Subprefecture Argentan
Area¹
 • Total 2,432 km2 (939 sq mi)
Population (1999)
 • Total 119,446
 • Density 49/km2 (130/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 Argentan is an arrondissement of France in the Orne department in the Basse-Normandie region. It has 216 communes.

Contents

  • Composition 1
    • Cantons 1.1
    • Communes 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Composition

Cantons

The cantons of the arrondissement of Argentan are:

Communes

The communes of the arrondissement of Argentan are:[1]

  1. Almenêches
  2. Anceins
  3. Argentan
  4. Athis-de-l'Orne
  5. Aubry-en-Exmes
  6. Aubry-le-Panthou
  7. Aubusson
  8. Aunou-le-Faucon
  9. Les Authieux-du-Puits
  10. Avernes-Saint-Gourgon
  11. Avernes-sous-Exmes
  12. Avoine
  13. Bailleul
  14. Banvou
  15. Batilly
  16. Bazoches-au-Houlme
  17. La Bazoque
  18. La Bellière
  19. Bellou-en-Houlme
  20. Berjou
  21. Bocquencé
  22. Boischampré
  23. Boissei-la-Lande
  24. Le Bosc-Renoult
  25. Boucé
  26. Le Bourg-Saint-Léonard
  27. Bréel
  28. Brieux
  29. Briouze
  30. Cahan
  31. Caligny
  32. Camembert
  33. Canapville
  34. La Carneille
  35. Cerisy-Belle-Étoile
  36. Chambois
  37. Champcerie
  38. Les Champeaux
  39. Champ-Haut
  40. Champosoult
  41. Chanu
  42. La Chapelle-au-Moine
  43. La Chapelle-Biche
  44. Le Château-d'Almenêches
  45. Le Châtellier
  46. Chaumont
  47. Chênedouit
  48. Cisai-Saint-Aubin
  49. La Cochère
  50. Commeaux
  51. Coudehard
  52. Coulmer
  53. Coulonces
  54. La Coulonche
  55. La Courbe
  56. Courménil
  57. Couvains
  58. Craménil
  59. Croisilles
  60. Crouttes
  61. Dompierre
  62. Durcet
  63. Échalou
  64. Échauffour
  65. Écorches
  66. Écouché
  67. Exmes
  68. Faverolles
  69. Fel
  70. La Ferrière-aux-Étangs
  71. La Ferté-Frênel
  72. Flers
  73. Fleuré
  74. Fontaine-les-Bassets
  75. Fontenai-sur-Orne
  76. La Forêt-Auvray
  77. Francheville
  78. La Fresnaie-Fayel
  79. La Fresnaye-au-Sauvage
  80. Fresnay-le-Samson
  81. Gacé
  82. Gauville
  83. La Genevraie
  84. Giel-Courteilles
  85. Ginai
  86. Glos-la-Ferrière
  87. La Gonfrière
  88. Goulet
  89. Le Grais
  90. Guêprei
  91. Guerquesalles
  92. Habloville
  93. Heugon
  94. Joué-du-Plain
  95. Juvigny-sur-Orne
  96. La Lande-de-Lougé
  97. La Lande-Patry
  98. La Lande-Saint-Siméon
  99. Landigou
  100. Landisacq
  101. Lignères
  102. Lignou
  103. Loucé
  104. Lougé-sur-Maire
  105. Louvières-en-Auge
  106. Mardilly
  107. Marmouillé
  108. Médavy
  109. Le Ménil-Ciboult
  110. Le Ménil-de-Briouze
  111. Ménil-Froger
  112. Ménil-Gondouin
  113. Ménil-Hermei
  114. Ménil-Hubert-en-Exmes
  115. Ménil-Hubert-sur-Orne
  116. Ménil-Jean
  117. Le Ménil-Vicomte
  118. Ménil-Vin
  119. Le Merlerault
  120. Merri
  121. Messei
  122. Moncy
  123. Monnai
  124. Montabard
  125. Montgaroult
  126. Montilly-sur-Noireau
  127. Montmerrei
  128. Mont-Ormel
  129. Montreuil-au-Houlme
  130. Montreuil-la-Cambe
  131. Montsecret-Clairefougère
  132. Mortrée
  133. Moulins-sur-Orne
  134. Neauphe-sur-Dive
  135. Nécy
  136. Neuville-sur-Touques
  137. Neuvy-au-Houlme
  138. Nonant-le-Pin
  139. Notre-Dame-du-Rocher
  140. Occagnes
  141. Omméel
  142. Ommoy
  143. Orgères
  144. Orville
  145. Le Pin-au-Haras
  146. Planches
  147. Pointel
  148. Pontchardon
  149. Putanges-Pont-Écrepin
  150. Rabodanges
  151. Rânes
  152. Le Renouard
  153. Résenlieu
  154. Ri
  155. Roiville
  156. Rônai
  157. Ronfeugerai
  158. Les Rotours
  159. Sai
  160. Saint-André-de-Briouze
  161. Saint-André-de-Messei
  162. Saint-Aubert-sur-Orne
  163. Saint-Aubin-de-Bonneval
  164. Saint-Brice-sous-Rânes
  165. Saint-Christophe-de-Chaulieu
  166. Sainte-Croix-sur-Orne
  167. Sainte-Gauburge-Sainte-Colombe
  168. Sainte-Honorine-la-Chardonne
  169. Sainte-Honorine-la-Guillaume
  170. Sainte-Opportune
  171. Saint-Evroult-de-Montfort
  172. Saint-Evroult-Notre-Dame-du-Bois
  173. Saint-Georges-des-Groseillers
  174. Saint-Germain-d'Aunay
  175. Saint-Germain-de-Clairefeuille
  176. Saint-Gervais-des-Sablons
  177. Saint-Hilaire-de-Briouze
  178. Saint-Lambert-sur-Dive
  179. Saint-Nicolas-des-Laitiers
  180. Saint-Nicolas-de-Sommaire
  181. Saint-Ouen-sur-Maire
  182. Saint-Paul
  183. Saint-Philbert-sur-Orne
  184. Saint-Pierre-d'Entremont
  185. Saint-Pierre-du-Regard
  186. Saint-Pierre-la-Rivière
  187. Saint-Quentin-les-Chardonnets
  188. Saires-la-Verrerie
  189. Le Sap
  190. Le Sap-André
  191. Sarceaux
  192. Ségrie-Fontaine
  193. La Selle-la-Forge
  194. Sentilly
  195. Serans
  196. Sévigny
  197. Sevrai
  198. Silly-en-Gouffern
  199. Survie
  200. Taillebois
  201. Tanques
  202. Ticheville
  203. Tinchebray-Bocage
  204. Touquettes
  205. Les Tourailles
  206. Tournai-sur-Dive
  207. La Trinité-des-Laitiers
  208. Trun
  209. Urou-et-Crennes
  210. Vieux-Pont
  211. Villebadin
  212. Villedieu-lès-Bailleul
  213. Villers-en-Ouche
  214. Vimoutiers
  215. Les Yveteaux

References

  1. ^ INSEE Communes de l'arrondissement de Argentan

External links

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

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