Arrondissement of Les Andelys

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Les Andelys
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Location within the region Normandy
Country France
Region Normandy
Department Eure
No. of  communes 185
Subprefecture Les Andelys
Area
  Total1,854.4 km2 (716.0 sq mi)
Population
 (2016)
  Total235,732
  Density130/km2 (330/sq mi)
INSEE code 271

The arrondissement of Les Andelys is an arrondissement of France in the Eure department in the Normandy region. It has 185 communes. [1] Its population is 235,732 (2016), and its area is 1,854.4 km2 (716.0 sq mi). [2]

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Composition

The communes of the arrondissement of Les Andelys are: [1]

  1. Acquigny
  2. Aigleville
  3. Ailly
  4. Alizay
  5. Amécourt
  6. Amfreville-les-Champs
  7. Amfreville-sous-les-Monts
  8. Amfreville-sur-Iton
  9. Andé
  10. Les Andelys
  11. Autheuil-Authouillet
  12. Authevernes
  13. Bacqueville
  14. Bazincourt-sur-Epte
  15. Beauficel-en-Lyons
  16. Bernouville
  17. Bézu-la-Forêt
  18. Bézu-Saint-Éloi
  19. Bois-Jérôme-Saint-Ouen
  20. Boisset-les-Prévanches
  21. La Boissière
  22. Bosquentin
  23. Bouafles
  24. Bouchevilliers
  25. Bourg-Beaudouin
  26. Breuilpont
  27. Bueil
  28. Caillouet-Orgeville
  29. Cailly-sur-Eure
  30. Chaignes
  31. Chambray
  32. Champenard
  33. La Chapelle-Longueville
  34. Charleval
  35. Château-sur-Epte
  36. Chauvincourt-Provemont
  37. Clef-Vallée-d'Eure
  38. Connelles
  39. Le Cormier
  40. Coudray
  41. Courcelles-sur-Seine
  42. Crasville
  43. Criquebeuf-sur-Seine
  44. Croisy-sur-Eure
  45. Cuverville
  46. Les Damps
  47. Dangu
  48. Daubeuf-près-Vatteville
  49. Douains
  50. Doudeauville-en-Vexin
  51. Douville-sur-Andelle
  52. Écouis
  53. Étrépagny
  54. Fains
  55. Farceaux
  56. Fleury-la-Forêt
  57. Fleury-sur-Andelle
  58. Flipou
  59. Fontaine-Bellenger
  60. Fontaine-sous-Jouy
  61. Frenelles-en-Vexin
  62. Gadencourt
  63. Gaillon
  64. Gamaches-en-Vexin
  65. Gasny
  66. Gisors
  67. Giverny
  68. Guerny
  69. Guiseniers
  70. Hacqueville
  71. Hardencourt-Cocherel
  72. Harquency
  73. La Haye-le-Comte
  74. La Haye-Malherbe
  75. Hébécourt
  76. Hécourt
  77. Hennezis
  78. Herqueville
  79. Heubécourt-Haricourt
  80. Heudebouville
  81. Heudicourt
  82. Heudreville-sur-Eure
  83. La Heunière
  84. Heuqueville
  85. Les Hogues
  86. Houlbec-Cocherel
  87. Houville-en-Vexin
  88. Igoville
  89. Incarville
  90. Jouy-sur-Eure
  91. Léry
  92. Letteguives
  93. Lilly
  94. Lisors
  95. Longchamps
  96. Lorleau
  97. Louviers
  98. Lyons-la-Forêt
  99. Mainneville
  100. Le Manoir
  101. Martagny
  102. Martot
  103. Ménesqueville
  104. Ménilles
  105. Mercey
  106. Merey
  107. Le Mesnil-Jourdain
  108. Mesnil-sous-Vienne
  109. Mesnil-Verclives
  110. Mézières-en-Vexin
  111. Morgny
  112. Mouflaines
  113. Muids
  114. Neaufles-Saint-Martin
  115. Neuilly
  116. La Neuve-Grange
  117. Nojeon-en-Vexin
  118. Notre-Dame-de-l'Isle
  119. Noyers
  120. Pacy-sur-Eure
  121. Perriers-sur-Andelle
  122. Perruel
  123. Pinterville
  124. Pîtres
  125. Le Plessis-Hébert
  126. Pont-de-l'Arche
  127. Pont-Saint-Pierre
  128. Porte-de-Seine
  129. Port-Mort
  130. Poses
  131. Pressagny-l'Orgueilleux
  132. Puchay
  133. Quatremare
  134. Radepont
  135. Renneville
  136. Richeville
  137. Romilly-sur-Andelle
  138. La Roquette
  139. Rosay-sur-Lieure
  140. Rouvray
  141. Saint-Aubin-sur-Gaillon
  142. Saint-Denis-le-Ferment
  143. Sainte-Colombe-près-Vernon
  144. Sainte-Geneviève-lès-Gasny
  145. Sainte-Marie-de-Vatimesnil
  146. Saint-Étienne-du-Vauvray
  147. Saint-Étienne-sous-Bailleul
  148. Saint-Julien-de-la-Liègue
  149. Saint-Marcel
  150. Saint-Pierre-de-Bailleul
  151. Saint-Pierre-du-Vauvray
  152. Saint-Pierre-la-Garenne
  153. Saint-Vincent-des-Bois
  154. Sancourt
  155. Saussay-la-Campagne
  156. Surtauville
  157. Surville
  158. Suzay
  159. Terres de Bord
  160. Le Thil
  161. Les Thilliers-en-Vexin
  162. Le Thuit
  163. Tilly
  164. Touffreville
  165. Les Trois Lacs
  166. Le Tronquay
  167. La Vacherie
  168. Val-de-Reuil
  169. Le Val-d'Hazey
  170. Val d'Orger
  171. Vandrimare
  172. Vascœuil
  173. Vatteville
  174. Le Vaudreuil
  175. Vaux-sur-Eure
  176. Vernon
  177. Vesly
  178. Vexin-sur-Epte
  179. Vézillon
  180. Villegats
  181. Villers-en-Vexin
  182. Villers-sur-le-Roule
  183. Villez-sous-Bailleul
  184. Villiers-en-Désœuvre
  185. Vironvay

History

The arrondissement of Les Andelys was created in 1800. [3] It was expanded in 2006 with the two cantons of Louviers-Nord and Louviers-Sud from the arrondissement of Évreux. [4] At the January 2017 reorganisation of the arrondissements of Eure, it gained 35 communes from the arrondissement of Évreux, and it lost one commune to the arrondissement of Bernay. [5]

As a result of the reorganisation of the cantons of France which came into effect in 2015, the borders of the cantons are no longer related to the borders of the arrondissements. The cantons of the arrondissement of Les Andelys were, as of January 2015: [6]

  1. Les Andelys
  2. Écos
  3. Étrépagny
  4. Fleury-sur-Andelle
  5. Gaillon
  6. Gaillon-Campagne
  7. Gisors
  8. Louviers-Nord
  9. Louviers-Sud
  10. Lyons-la-Forêt
  11. Pont-de-l'Arche
  12. Val-de-Reuil

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The 3 arrondissements of the Eure department are:

  1. Arrondissement of Les Andelys, with 185 communes. The population of the arrondissement was 235,732 in 2016.
  2. Arrondissement of Bernay, with 297 communes. The population of the arrondissement was 227,054 in 2016.
  3. Arrondissement of Évreux, with 103 communes. The population of the arrondissement was 140,039 in 2016.

Canton of Les Andelys is a canton of the Arrondissement of Les Andelys in the Eure department of France. The seat lies at Les Andelys.

The canton of Romilly-sur-Andelle is an administrative division of the Eure department, northern France. It was created at the French canton reorganisation which came into effect in March 2015. Its seat is in Romilly-sur-Andelle.

The canton of Gaillon is an administrative division of the Eure department, northern France. Its borders were modified at the French canton reorganisation which came into effect in March 2015. Its seat is in Gaillon.

The canton of Gisors is an administrative division of the Eure department, northern France. Its borders were modified at the French canton reorganisation which came into effect in March 2015. Its seat is in Gisors.

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References

  1. 1 2 "Arrondissement des Andelys (271)". INSEE . Retrieved 2019-09-29.
  2. "Comparateur de territoire, géographie au 01/01/2019". INSEE . Retrieved 2019-09-29.
  3. Historique de l'Eure
  4. "Arrêté n° 05-0976, 15 December 2005" (PDF). p. 7. Retrieved 2019-10-10.
  5. "Arrêté préfectoral, 20 December 2016" (PDF). pp. 42–69. Retrieved 2019-10-10.
  6. "Populations légales 2012" (PDF). INSEE. December 2014. Retrieved 2019-10-10.

Coordinates: 49°15′N1°25′E / 49.25°N 1.42°E / 49.25; 1.42