Régions de France

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There are 17 administrative regions in France (13 of them in Europe, including the territorial collectivity of Corsica); the regions are subdivided into 101 départements (5 of them are not in Europe but overseas) and 1 metropolis with specific status.

Administrative regions and territorial collectivity of France ( since start of 2016):
Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes · Bourgogne-Franche-Comté · Bretagne · Centre-Val de Loire · Corse · Grand Est · Hauts-de-France · Île-de-France · Normandie · Nouvelle-Aquitaine · Occitanie · Pays de la Loire · Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur
Former administrative regions of France (until end of 2015):
Alsace · Aquitaine · Auvergne · Basse-Normandie · Bourgogne · Champagne-Ardenne · Franche-Comté · Haute-Normandie · Languedoc-Roussillon · Limousin · Lorraine · Midi-Pyrénées · Nord-Pas-de-Calais · Picardie · Poitou-Charentes · Rhône-Alpes
Overseas regions and collectivities:
Guadeloupe · Martinique · Guyane · Réunion · Mayotte · Saint-Martin · Saint-Barthélemy · Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon · Polynésie française · Nouvelle-Calédonie · Terres australes et antarctiques françaises · Île Clipperton

12 metropolitan regions and 1 metropolitan territorial collectivity since 1 January 2016[edit]

French administrative regions since 2016.
French administrative regions (in Europe) until 2015.
Localitor maps
See more in category Maps of regions of France.
New regions ( transitory names until mid-2016):
Unchanged regions:
Flags
See more in category Flags of regions of France.

21 metropolitan regions and 1 metropolitan territorial collectivity until 31 December 2015[edit]

Locator maps
Flags