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Arrondissement of Ancenis

Arrondissement of France
Location of the arrondissement of Ancenis in Brittany
Location of the arrondissement of Ancenis in Brittany
Country France
Region Pays de la Loire
Department Loire-Atlantique
Communes 29
Subprefecture Ancenis
 • Total 791 km2 (305 sq mi)
Population (1999)
 • Total 48,720
 • Density 62/km2 (160/sq mi)
¹ French Land Register data, which exclude lakes, ponds, and glaciers larger than 1 km² as well as the estuaries of rivers.

The arrondissement of Ancenis is an arrondissement of France in the Loire-Atlantique department in the Pays de la Loire region. It has 29 communes.


  • Composition 1
    • Cantons 1.1
    • Communes 1.2
  • External links 2



The cantons of the arrondissement of Ancenis are:


The communes of the arrondissement of Ancenis, and their INSEE codes, are:
1. Ancenis (44003) 2. Anetz (44004) 3. Belligné (44011) 4. Bonnœuvre (44017)
5. Couffé (44048) 6. Joué-sur-Erdre (44077) 7. La Chapelle-Saint-Sauveur (44034) 8. La Roche-Blanche (44222)
9. La Rouxière (44147) 10. Le Cellier (44028) 11. Le Fresne-sur-Loire (44060) 12. Le Pin (44124)
13. Ligné (44082) 14. Maumusson (44093) 15. Montrelais (44104) 16. Mouzeil (44107)
17. Mésanger (44096) 18. Oudon (44115) 19. Pannecé (44118) 20. Pouillé-les-Côteaux (44134)
21. Riaillé (44144) 22. Saint-Géréon (44160) 23. Saint-Herblon (44163) 24. Saint-Mars-la-Jaille (44180)
25. Saint-Sulpice-des-Landes (44191) 26. Teillé (44202) 27. Trans-sur-Erdre (44207) 28. Varades (44213)
29. Vritz (44219)

External links

  • Ancenis on French National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies site (INSEE, in French)

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