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Map of France

regions, departments and capitals

The following map of France shows las regions (subdividas en departamentos) y sus capitals.
Those looking for data and not interested in the game should visit the page of the interactive map.
First read the questions and then have a look at the map to be able to answer them. We hope this test will be of great use to both students and people who are planning to visit France (viajes y turismo). We suggest visitors to read the article entitled “Tourism in France”, below the map.
  1. What’s the name of each of the una de las 22 regions that appear on the map?
    Taking the cursor to las capitals , you will be able to see them as tooltips*. Haciendo clic accederás a un mapa en el que se ha resaltado y aparece sobreimpreso su nombre.
  2. What are the names of their sus capitals?
    Check your answers by clicking on them.
Map of France (regions, departments)
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To take into account: En este mapa se muestran los territorios que constituyen la llamada "Francia Metropolitana", pero no se debe olvidar que Francia posee también: 4 regiones de ultramar (la Guayana Francesa, Guadalupe, Martinica, y Reunión); 3 colectividades de ultramar (San Pedro y Miquelón, Wallis y Futuna, y Mayotte); 1 colectividad sui generis (Nueva Caledonia); 1 país de ultramar (la Polinesia Francesa); 1 territorio de ultramar, llamado "Tierras Australes y Antárticas Francesas" (tierras australes: Kerguelén, Crozet, Nueva Ámsterdam, y San Pablo; tierras antárticas: Tierra Adelia y Estación Dumont D'Urville); un grupo de cinco islas en el océano Índico, llamadas "Islas Dispersas" (Bassas da India, Europa, Juan de Nova, Gloriosa, y Tromelín), que no tienen asentamientos permanentes y son administradas desde Reunión; y una isla deshabitada llamada Clipperton, ubicada en el Pacífico (a la altura de la costa mejicana) y dependiente de la Polinesia Francesa.

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The names of the Los nombres de las regions of France (en orden alfabético) son: (in alphabetic order) are: Region of Alsace, Region of Aquitaine, Region of Auvergne, Region of Brittany, Region of Burgundy, Region of Centre, Region of Champagne-Ardenne, Region of Corsica, Region of Frank County, Region of Languedoc-Roussillon, Region of Limousin, Region of Lorraine, Region of Lower Normandy, Region of North-Calais, Region of Picardy, Region of Poitou-Charentes, Region of Provence-Alps-Blue Coast, Region of Rhone-Alps, Region of the Island of France, Region of the Loire Country, Region of the Middle Pyrenees, Region of Upper Normandy.

Tourism in France

 …Among others many places the tourist should visit […] the Palace of Versailles (Château de Versailles), the prime example of the architecture of the XVII century […] the city of Rouen (Rouen), capital of the region of Upper Normandy (Haute-Normandie), located over both margins of the Seine river… Expand article

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Châteaux de la Loire, Mont-Saint-Michel, Château de Versailles, Chartres, Amiens, Bourges, Reims.

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