Please note: French regions have recently (2014-2016) changed - the English language section of DMOZ still uses the previous divisions.
Regions in France have recently changed - until DMOZ is updated, please suggest sites to the correct category in the older structure - The volunteer editors will sort the sites as part of the update. Thanks.
Aquitaine is the large region comprising the SW of France, bordered by the Atlantic to the west, and Spain and the Pyrenees to the south.
It is made up of departments of Dordogne, Gironde, Landes, Lot-et-Garonne, and Pyrenees-Atlantiques. South-west of Aquitaine is part of Basque country. Bordering region of Poitou-Charentes, Midi-Pyrenees, Spain across Pyrénées Mountains, and Atlantic Ocean.
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Clermont-Ferrand, Moulins, Vichy, Aurillac, Le Puy. The Auvergne region is located in the southern center of France.
Brittany is the western peninsula of France, south of England. This region has a rich Celtic history and stunning coastlines.
The smaller regions that make up Brittany are: Côtes d'Armor, Finistère, Ille-et-Vilaine, and Morbihan.
"Bourgogne" in French. Auxerre, Dijon, Mâcon, and Nevers. Famous for its red wines!
Troyes, Chaumont, and Reims. This region is located between Picardie and Alsace-Lorraine, and bordered by Belgium to the north.
Besançon, Montbéliard and the Jura mountain range. This region borders Switzerland on the east and the French Alps to the south.
On the Eastern edge of France, comprising the Departments of Meurthe, Moselle, Meuse, and Vosges.
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The departments of Calvados, Manche, and Orne, known in French as Basse-Normandie.
Occitanie is the southernmost administrative region of metropolitan France excluding Corsica, created on 1 January 2016 from the former regions of Languedoc-Roussillon and Midi-Pyrénées.
Also called "Centre". Orléans, Chartres, Blois, Tours, Châteauroux, Bourges, and of course the Loire châteaux. This region is located between the Western Loire and Burgundy, just south of Ile-de-France (Paris and environs).
The Poitou-Charentes region is located on the Western coast of France and includes locales such as Cognac, La Rochelle, Poitiers, and Île de Ré.
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French language sites should be suggested to World/Français/-/Poitou-Charentes and its subcategories.
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The departments of Eure and Seine Maritime, known in French as Haute-Normandie.
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