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Arrondissement of Nice

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Nice
Location within the region Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
Location within the region Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
CountryFrance
RegionProvence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
DepartmentAlpes-Maritimes
No. of communes101
PrefectureNice
Area
 • Total3,067.4 km2 (1,184.3 sq mi)
Population
 (2016)
 • Total522,637
 • Density170/km2 (400/sq mi)
INSEE code062

The arrondissement of Nice is an arrondissement of France in the Alpes-Maritimes department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region. It has 101 communes.[1] Its population is 522,637 (2016), and its area is 3,067.4 km2 (1,184.3 sq mi).[2]

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The rue du Bac starts at its southern end at the Bon Marché department store. The department store is on both sides of the street. On the left is La Grande Épicerie, the Bon Marché’s upscale grocery market. And here on the left is the entrance to the Chapel of the Miraculous Medal. Shops on the left, and Le Bon Marché continues across the street on the right. This cross street is the rue de Babylone. Across the street on the right is The Conran Shop, which sells household stuff. Linens, lamps, mattresses, things like that. I think it’s actually part of Le Bon Marché. This street illustrates a common problem in Paris: narrow sidewalks. Way too much of the street is sacrificed to cars. Almost three lanes for cars, but sidewalks barely a yard wide. There’s a tiny park there across the street: the Square des Missions Étrangères. Notice how the narrow sidewalks force me to squeeze past people. Sorry about the occasional sniffling. This is the rue de Varenne. It runs east-west. We are walking due north. Off to the left (west), it runs past the Prime Minister’s mansion. That’s why there was a police officer on the corner. This street has a wonderful assortment of shops of all kinds. One of the rare spots where the sidewalk is reasonably wide. And this is the rue de Grenelle. Notice the slow-roasting chickens in the rotisserie outside the butcher shop. Mmm … they smell delicious! These sidewalks are way nicer! This is a really nice part of town. This big diagonal street is the boulevard Raspail. This little street is the rue Paul-Louis Courier. Boulevard Raspail right in front of us. Just beyond, the Boulevard Saint-Germain. There’s a big Monoprix supermarket there across the street. This Monoprix is a bit more chichi than most, given the neighborhood. This is the rue de l’Université. I’m trying to decide which side of the road I want to walk on. Okay, I’ll continue on the right side. This tiny street is the rue de Verneuil. This place coming up across the street is AGA, famous for its stoves. (This cross street is the rue de Lille.) AGA’s stoves are very retro but apparently of excellent quality. These poles along the sidewalk keep cars from parking on the sidewalk. And here we are, at the Seine River, and the end of the rue du Bac. Thank you for watching my video.

Composition

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

  1. Ascros (06005)
  2. Aspremont (06006)
  3. Auvare (06008)
  4. Bairols (06009)
  5. Beaulieu-sur-Mer (06011)
  6. Beausoleil (06012)
  7. Belvédère (06013)
  8. Bendejun (06014)
  9. Berre-les-Alpes (06015)
  10. Beuil (06016)
  11. Blausasc (06019)
  12. La Bollène-Vésubie (06020)
  13. Bonson (06021)
  14. Breil-sur-Roya (06023)
  15. La Brigue (06162)
  16. Cantaron (06031)
  17. Cap-d'Ail (06032)
  18. Castagniers (06034)
  19. Castellar (06035)
  20. Castillon (06036)
  21. Châteauneuf-d'Entraunes (06040)
  22. Châteauneuf-Villevieille (06039)
  23. Clans (06042)
  24. Coaraze (06043)
  25. Colomars (06046)
  26. Contes (06048)
  27. La Croix-sur-Roudoule (06051)
  28. Cuébris (06052)
  29. Daluis (06053)
  30. Drap (06054)
  31. Duranus (06055)
  32. Entraunes (06056)
  33. L'Escarène (06057)
  34. Èze (06059)
  35. Falicon (06060)
  36. Fontan (06062)
  37. Gilette (06066)
  38. Gorbio (06067)
  39. Guillaumes (06071)
  40. Ilonse (06072)
  41. Isola (06073)
  42. Lantosque (06074)
  43. Levens (06075)
  44. Lieuche (06076)
  45. Lucéram (06077)
  46. Malaussène (06078)
  47. Marie (06080)
  48. Massoins (06082)
  49. Menton (06083)
  50. Moulinet (06086)
  51. Nice (06088)
  52. Peille (06091)
  53. Peillon (06092)
  54. La Penne (06093)
  55. Péone (06094)
  56. Pierlas (06096)
  57. Pierrefeu (06097)
  58. Puget-Rostang (06098)
  59. Puget-Théniers (06099)
  60. Revest-les-Roches (06100)
  61. Rigaud (06101)
  62. Rimplas (06102)
  63. Roquebillière (06103)
  64. Roquebrune-Cap-Martin (06104)
  65. Roquestéron (06106)
  66. La Roquette-sur-Var (06109)
  67. Roubion (06110)
  68. Roure (06111)
  69. Saint-André-de-la-Roche (06114)
  70. Saint-Antonin (06115)
  71. Saint-Blaise (06117)
  72. Saint-Dalmas-le-Selvage (06119)
  73. Sainte-Agnès (06113)
  74. Saint-Étienne-de-Tinée (06120)
  75. Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat (06121)
  76. Saint-Léger (06124)
  77. Saint-Martin-d'Entraunes (06125)
  78. Saint-Martin-du-Var (06126)
  79. Saint-Martin-Vésubie (06127)
  80. Saint-Sauveur-sur-Tinée (06129)
  81. Saorge (06132)
  82. Sauze (06133)
  83. Sigale (06135)
  84. Sospel (06136)
  85. Tende (06163)
  86. Thiéry (06139)
  87. Toudon (06141)
  88. Touët-de-l'Escarène (06142)
  89. Touët-sur-Var (06143)
  90. La Tour (06144)
  91. Tourette-du-Château (06145)
  92. Tournefort (06146)
  93. Tourrette-Levens (06147)
  94. La Trinité (06149)
  95. La Turbie (06150)
  96. Utelle (06151)
  97. Valdeblore (06153)
  98. Venanson (06156)
  99. Villars-sur-Var (06158)
  100. Villefranche-sur-Mer (06159)
  101. Villeneuve-d'Entraunes (06160)

History

The arrondissement of Nice was created in 1800, disbanded in 1814 (ceded to Piedmont-Sardinia) and restored in 1860.[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 Nice were, as of January 2015:[4]

  1. Beausoleil
  2. Breil-sur-Roya
  3. Contes
  4. L'Escarène
  5. Guillaumes
  6. Lantosque
  7. Levens
  8. Menton-Est
  9. Menton-Ouest
  10. Nice 1st Canton
  11. Nice 2nd Canton
  12. Nice 3rd Canton
  13. Nice 4th Canton
  14. Nice 5th Canton
  15. Nice 6th Canton
  16. Nice 7th Canton
  17. Nice 8th Canton
  18. Nice 9th Canton
  19. Nice 10th Canton
  20. Nice 11th Canton
  21. Nice 12th Canton
  22. Nice 13th Canton
  23. Nice 14th Canton
  24. Puget-Théniers
  25. Roquebillière
  26. Roquestéron
  27. Saint-Étienne-de-Tinée
  28. Saint-Martin-Vésubie
  29. Saint-Sauveur-sur-Tinée
  30. Sospel
  31. Tende
  32. Villars-sur-Var
  33. Villefranche-sur-Mer

References

  1. ^ a b "Arrondissement de Nice (062)". INSEE. Retrieved 2019-09-26.
  2. ^ "Comparateur de territoire, géographie au 01/01/2019". INSEE. Retrieved 2019-09-26.
  3. ^ Historique des Alpes-Maritimes
  4. ^ "Populations légales 2012" (PDF). INSEE. December 2014. Retrieved 2019-10-08.

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