Canton of Mirambeau

The Canton of Mirambeau is a former canton of the Charente-Maritime département, in France. It was disbanded following the French canton reorganisation which came into effect in March 2015. The lowest point is the Atlantic Ocean at the commune of Saint-Sorlin-de-Conac, the highest point is at Salignac-de-Mirambeau at 111 m, the average or the centre is 46 m. The least populated commune is Semillac with 52 and the most populated commune is Mirambeau with 1,461.

Mirambeau
Former canton
CountryFrance
RegionNouvelle-Aquitaine
DepartmentCharente-Maritime
No. of communes19
Disbanded2015
SeatMirambeau
Area
266.9 km2 (103.1 sq mi)
Population
 (2012)
7,815
 • Density29/km2 (80/sq mi)

Communes of MirambeauEdit

The canton of Mirambeau contained 19 communes and had 7,815 inhabitants (2012).[1]

Commune Population (1999) Postal code INSEE code
Allas-Bocage 150 17150 17005
Boisredon 600 17150 17052
Consac 240 17150 17116
Courpignac 359 17130 17129
Mirambeau 1,461 17150 17236
Nieul-le-Virouil 562 17150 17263
Saint-Bonnet-sur-Gironde 838 17150 17312
Saint-Ciers-du-Taillon 524 17240 17317
Saint-Dizant-du-Bois 80 17150 17324
Saint-Georges-des-Agoûts 245 17150 17335
Saint-Hilaire-du-Bois 281 17500 17345
Saint-Martial-de-Mirambeau 220 17150 17362
Sainte-Ramée 126 17240 17390
Saint-Sorlin-de-Conac 201 17150 17405
Saint-Thomas-de-Conac 545 17150 17410
Salignac-de-Mirambeau 154 17130 17417
Semillac 52 17150 17423
Semoussac 220 17150 17424
Soubran 360 17150 17430

Population historyEdit

Year Population
1962 7,894
1968 8,522
1975 7,571
1982 7,363
1990 7,192
1999 7,230
2008 7,551
2012 7,815

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Coordinates: 45°23′N 0°34′W / 45.383°N 0.567°W / 45.383; -0.567