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Arrondissement of Fontainebleau

Fontainebleau
Arrondissement of France

Location of Fontainebleau in Île-de-France
Country France
Region Île-de-France
Department Seine-et-Marne
Cantons 6
Communes 87
Subprefecture Fontainebleau
Area¹
 • Total 1,227 km2 (474 sq mi)
Population (1999)
 • Total 144,849
 • Density 120/km2 (310/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 Fontainebleau is an arrondissement of France in the Seine-et-Marne department in the Île-de-France region. It has six cantons and 87 communes.

The arrondissement of Fontainebleau was suppressed from 1926 to 1988.

Composition

Cantons

The cantons of the arrondissement of Fontainebleau are:

  1. La Chapelle-la-Reine
  2. Château-Landon
  3. Fontainebleau
  4. Lorrez-le-Bocage-Préaux
  5. Moret-sur-Loing
  6. Nemours

Communes

The communes of the arrondissement of Fontainebleau, and their INSEE codes, are:
1. Achères-la-Forêt (77001) 2. Amponville (77003) 3. Arville (77009)
4. Aufferville (77011) 5. Avon (77014) 6. Bagneaux-sur-Loing (77016)
7. Beaumont-du-Gâtinais (77027) 8. Blennes (77035) 9. Bois-le-Roi (77037)
10. Boissy-aux-Cailles (77041) 11. Bougligny (77045) 12. Boulancourt (77046)
13. Bourron-Marlotte (77048) 14. Bransles (77050) 15. Burcy (77056)
16. Buthiers (77060) 17. Chaintreaux (77071) 18. Champagne-sur-Seine (77079)
19. Chenou (77110) 20. Chevrainvilliers (77112) 21. Chevry-en-Sereine (77115)
22. Château-Landon (77099) 23. Châtenoy (77102) 24. Darvault (77156)
25. Diant (77158) 26. Dormelles (77161) 27. Faÿ-lès-Nemours (77178)
28. Flagy (77184) 29. Fontainebleau (77186) 30. Fromont (77198)
31. Garentreville (77200) 32. Gironville (77207) 33. Grez-sur-Loing (77216)
34. Guercheville (77220) 35. Héricy (77226) 36. Ichy (77230)
37. La Chapelle-la-Reine (77088) 38. La Genevraye (77202) 39. La Madeleine-sur-Loing (77267)
40. Larchant (77244) 41. Le Vaudoué (77485) 42. Lorrez-le-Bocage-Préaux (77261)
43. Maisoncelles-en-Gâtinais (77271) 44. Mondreville (77297) 45. Montarlot (77299)
46. Montcourt-Fromonville (77302) 47. Montigny-sur-Loing (77312) 48. Montmachoux (77313)
49. Moret-sur-Loing (77316) 50. Nanteau-sur-Essonne (77328) 51. Nanteau-sur-Lunain (77329)
52. Nemours (77333) 53. Noisy-Rudignon (77338) 54. Noisy-sur-École (77339)
55. Nonville (77340) 56. Obsonville (77342) 57. Ormesson (77348)
58. Paley (77353) 59. Poligny (77370) 60. Recloses (77386)
61. Remauville (77387) 62. Rumont (77395) 63. Saint-Ange-le-Viel (77399)
64. Saint-Mammès (77419) 65. Saint-Pierre-lès-Nemours (77431) 66. Samois-sur-Seine (77441)
67. Samoreau (77442) 68. Souppes-sur-Loing (77458) 69. Thomery (77463)
70. Thoury-Férottes (77465) 71. Tousson (77471) 72. Treuzy-Levelay (77473)
73. Ury (77477) 74. Vaux-sur-Lunain (77489) 75. Veneux-les-Sablons (77491)
76. Vernou-la-Celle-sur-Seine (77494) 77. Ville-Saint-Jacques (77516) 78. Villebéon (77500)
79. Villecerf (77501) 80. Villemaréchal (77504) 81. Villemer (77506)
82. Villiers-sous-Grez (77520) 83. Voulx (77531) 84. Vulaines-sur-Seine (77533)
85. Écuelles (77166) 86. Égreville (77168) 87. Épisy (77170)

External links

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

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