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Communauté de communes du canton de Montdidier

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Communauté de communes du canton de Montdidier

The Communauté de communes du canton de Montdidier is a communauté de communes in the Somme département and in the Picardie région of France.

Composition

This Communauté de communes includes 34 communes:

  1. Andechy
  2. Assainvillers
  3. Ayencourt
  4. Becquigny
  5. Bouillancourt-la-Bataille
  6. Boussicourt
  7. Bus-la-Mésière
  8. Cantigny
  9. Le Cardonnois
  10. Courtemanche
  11. Davenescourt
  12. Erches
  13. Ételfay
  14. Faverolles
  15. Fescamps
  16. Fignières
  17. Fontaine-sous-Montdidier
  18. Gratibus
  19. Grivillers
  20. Guerbigny
  21. Hargicourt
  22. Laboissière-en-Santerre
  23. Lignières
  24. Malpart
  25. Marestmontiers
  26. Marquivillers
  27. Mesnil-Saint-Georges
  28. Montdidier
  29. Piennes-Onvillers
  30. Remaugies
  31. Rollot
  32. Rubescourt
  33. Villers-Tournelle
  34. Warsy

See also

Sources

  • Official website of the Communauté de communes du canton de Montdidier (French)
  • le splaf {fr}
  • la base aspic {fr}


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