Arrondissement of Bourges

The arrondissement of Bourges is an arrondissement of France in the Cher department in the Centre-Val de Loire region. It has 128 communes.[1] Its population is 173,037 (2016), and its area is 2,783.9 km2 (1,074.9 sq mi).[2]

Bourges
Location within the region Centre-Val de Loire
Location within the region Centre-Val de Loire
CountryFrance
RegionCentre-Val de Loire
DepartmentCher
No. of communes128
PrefectureBourges
Area
 • Total2,783.9 km2 (1,074.9 sq mi)
Population
 (2016)
 • Total173,037
 • Density62/km2 (160/sq mi)
INSEE code181

CompositionEdit

The communes of the arrondissement of Bourges, and their INSEE codes, are:[1]

  1. Achères (18001)
  2. Les Aix-d'Angillon (18003)
  3. Allogny (18004)
  4. Annoix (18006)
  5. Arçay (18008)
  6. Argenvières (18012)
  7. Assigny (18014)
  8. Aubinges (18016)
  9. Avord (18018)
  10. Azy (18019)
  11. Bannay (18020)
  12. Barlieu (18022)
  13. Baugy (18023)
  14. Beffes (18025)
  15. Belleville-sur-Loire (18026)
  16. Bengy-sur-Craon (18027)
  17. Boulleret (18032)
  18. Bourges (18033)
  19. Brécy (18035)
  20. Bué (18039)
  21. La Chapelle-Montlinard (18049)
  22. La Chapelle-Saint-Ursin (18050)
  23. La Chapelotte (18051)
  24. Charentonnay (18053)
  25. Chârost (18055)
  26. Chassy (18056)
  27. Chaumoux-Marcilly (18061)
  28. Civray (18066)
  29. Concressault (18070)
  30. Couargues (18074)
  31. Couy (18077)
  32. Crézancy-en-Sancerre (18079)
  33. Crosses (18081)
  34. Dampierre-en-Crot (18084)
  35. Étréchy (18090)
  36. Farges-en-Septaine (18092)
  37. Feux (18094)
  38. Fussy (18097)
  39. Gardefort (18098)
  40. Garigny (18099)
  41. Groises (18104)
  42. Gron (18105)
  43. Henrichemont (18109)
  44. Herry (18110)
  45. Humbligny (18111)
  46. Jalognes (18116)
  47. Jars (18117)
  48. Jussy-Champagne (18119)
  49. Jussy-le-Chaudrier (18120)
  50. Lapan (18122)
  51. Léré (18125)
  52. Levet (18126)
  53. Lissay-Lochy (18129)
  54. Lugny-Champagne (18132)
  55. Lunery (18133)
  56. Mareuil-sur-Arnon (18137)
  57. Marmagne (18138)
  58. Marseilles-lès-Aubigny (18139)
  59. Menetou-Râtel (18144)
  60. Menetou-Salon (18145)
  61. Ménétréol-sous-Sancerre (18146)
  62. Montigny (18151)
  63. Morogues (18156)
  64. Morthomiers (18157)
  65. Moulins-sur-Yèvre (18158)
  66. Neuilly-en-Sancerre (18162)
  67. Neuvy-Deux-Clochers (18163)
  68. Nohant-en-Goût (18166)
  69. Le Noyer (18168)
  70. Osmoy (18174)
  71. Parassy (18176)
  72. Pigny (18179)
  73. Plaimpied-Givaudins (18180)
  74. Plou (18181)
  75. Poisieux (18182)
  76. Précy (18184)
  77. Primelles (18188)
  78. Quantilly (18189)
  79. Rians (18194)
  80. Saint-Ambroix (18198)
  81. Saint-Bouize (18200)
  82. Saint-Caprais (18201)
  83. Saint-Céols (18202)
  84. Saint-Doulchard (18205)
  85. Sainte-Gemme-en-Sancerrois (18208)
  86. Saint-Éloy-de-Gy (18206)
  87. Sainte-Solange (18235)
  88. Saint-Florent-sur-Cher (18207)
  89. Saint-Georges-sur-Moulon (18211)
  90. Saint-Germain-du-Puy (18213)
  91. Saint-Just (18218)
  92. Saint-Léger-le-Petit (18220)
  93. Saint-Martin-d'Auxigny (18223)
  94. Saint-Martin-des-Champs (18224)
  95. Saint-Michel-de-Volangis (18226)
  96. Saint-Palais (18229)
  97. Saint-Satur (18233)
  98. Sancergues (18240)
  99. Sancerre (18241)
  100. Santranges (18243)
  101. Saugy (18244)
  102. Savigny-en-Sancerre (18246)
  103. Savigny-en-Septaine (18247)
  104. Senneçay (18248)
  105. Sens-Beaujeu (18249)
  106. Sévry (18251)
  107. Soulangis (18253)
  108. Soye-en-Septaine (18254)
  109. Le Subdray (18255)
  110. Subligny (18256)
  111. Sury-en-Vaux (18258)
  112. Sury-ès-Bois (18259)
  113. Sury-près-Léré (18257)
  114. Thauvenay (18262)
  115. Thou (18264)
  116. Trouy (18267)
  117. Vailly-sur-Sauldre (18269)
  118. Vasselay (18271)
  119. Veaugues (18272)
  120. Verdigny (18274)
  121. Vignoux-sous-les-Aix (18280)
  122. Villabon (18282)
  123. Villegenon (18284)
  124. Villeneuve-sur-Cher (18285)
  125. Villequiers (18286)
  126. Vinon (18287)
  127. Vorly (18288)
  128. Vornay (18289)

HistoryEdit

The arrondissement of Bourges was created in 1800.[3]

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 Bourges were, as of January 2015:[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Arrondissement de Bourges (181)". INSEE. Retrieved 2019-09-28.
  2. ^ "Comparateur de territoire, géographie au 01/01/2019". INSEE. Retrieved 2019-09-28.
  3. ^ Historique du Cher
  4. ^ "Populations légales 2012" (PDF). INSEE. December 2014. Retrieved 2019-10-08.

Coordinates: 47°05′04″N 2°23′47″E / 47.0844°N 2.3964°E / 47.0844; 2.3964