Canton of moreuil

Coordinates: 49°46′31″N 2°29′2″E / 49.77528°N 2.48389°E / 49.77528; 2.48389

Canton of Moreuil
French canton
Country France
Region Department Arrondissement Montdidier
Seat Moreuil
Communes 23
Area¹
 • Total 182.87 km2 (70.61 sq mi)
Population (1999)
 • Total 11,388
 • Density 62/km2 (160/sq mi)
Cantonal code 80 28
¹ French Land Register data, which exclude estuaries, and lakes, ponds, and glaciers larger than 1 km2.

The Canton of Moreuil is a canton situated in the department of the Somme and in the Picardie region of northern France.

Geography

The canton is organised around the commune of Moreuil in the arrondissement of Montdidier. The altitude varies from 32m (Domart-sur-la-Luce) to 115m (Contoire) for an average of 70m.

Composition

The canton of Moreuil comprises 23 communes and a total of 11,388 inhabitants (census of 1999, without double counting).

Demographic Composition
Commune Population Post Code INSEE Code
Arvillers 652 80910 80031
Aubercourt 43 80110 80035
Beaucourt-en-Santerre 114 80110 80064
Berteaucourt-lès-Thennes 431 80110 80094
Braches 201 80110 80132
Cayeux-en-Santerre 79 80800 80181
Contoire 340 80500 80209
Démuin 431 80110 80237
Domart-sur-la-Luce 425 80110 80242
Fresnoy-en-Chaussée 111 80110 80358
Hangard 100 80110 80414
Hangest-en-Santerre 839 80134 80415
Ignaucourt 82 80800 80449
Mézières-en-Santerre 493 80110 80545
Moreuil 4,106 80110 80570
Morisel 429 80110 80571
La Neuville-Sire-Bernard 267 80110 80595
Pierrepont-sur-Avre 475 80500 80625
Le Plessier-Rozainvillers 566 80110 80628
Le Quesnel 540 80118 80652
Thennes 355 80110 80751
Villers-aux-Érables 104 80110 80797
Wiencourt-l'Équipée 205 80170 80824

Population

Population Growth
1962 1968 1975 1982 1990 1999
9590 10005 10103 10423 10879 11388
Census count starting from 1962 : Population without double counting

See also

External links

  • Le canton de Moreuil on the Insee website (French)

Notes

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