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Iso 3166-2:fr

ISO 3166-2:FR is the entry for codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g., provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1.

Currently for France, ISO 3166-2 codes are defined for the following subdivisions:

Each code consists of two parts, separated by a hyphen. The first part is FR, the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code of France. The second part is either of the following:

  • one letter (A–V): metropolitan regions
  • two digits, or a digit followed by a letter: metropolitan departments
  • two letters: overseas departments, dependency, and overseas territorial collectivities

The codes for the metropolitan departments use their INSEE codes, which are currently used in postal codes, and used in vehicle registration plates until 2009. INSEE codes are assigned as follows:

  • 01–89 except 20: departments created before the 20th century, assigned in alphabetical order (prefixes in the form of "Bas-" and "Haute-" are ignored), except Paris region in 1968
  • 90: Territoire de Belfort, which was given department status in 1922
  • 91–95: departments created after the reorganization of the Paris region in 1968
  • 2A and 2B: Corse-du-Sud and Haute-Corse, which were created after the division of Corsica in 1975, whose INSEE code was 20

The codes for the overseas departments, dependency, and overseas territorial collectivities use their ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 codes.

Contents

  • Current codes 1
    • Metropolitan regions 1.1
    • Overseas departments 1.2
    • Metropolitan departments 1.3
    • Dependency and overseas territorial collectivities 1.4
  • Subdivisions included in ISO 3166-1 2
  • Changes 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

Current codes

Subdivision names are listed as in the ISO 3166-2 standard published by the ISO 3166 Maintenance Agency (ISO 3166/MA).

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Metropolitan regions

Code Subdivision name (fr) Subdivision Name (en)
[note 1]
FR-A  Alsace Alsace
FR-B  Aquitaine Aquitaine
FR-C  Auvergne Auvergne
FR-P  Basse-Normandie Lower Normandy
FR-D  Bourgogne Burgundy
FR-E  Bretagne Brittany
FR-F  Centre Centre-Val de Loire
FR-G  Champagne-Ardenne Champagne-Ardenne
FR-H  Corse Corsica
FR-I  Franche-Comté Franche-Comté
FR-Q  Haute-Normandie Upper Normandy
FR-J  Île-de-France Île-de-France
FR-K  Languedoc-Roussillon Languedoc-Roussillon
FR-L  Limousin Limousin
FR-M  Lorraine Lorraine
FR-N  Midi-Pyrénées Midi-Pyrénées
FR-O  Nord-Pas-de-Calais Nord-Pas-de-Calais
FR-R  Pays de la Loire Pays de la Loire
FR-S  Picardie Picardy
FR-T  Poitou-Charentes Poitou-Charentes
FR-U  Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
FR-V  Rhône-Alpes Rhône-Alpes
Notes
  1. ^ For reference only, English Name not included in the ISO 3166-2 standard.

Overseas departments

Code Subdivision name
FR-GP Guadeloupe
FR-GF Guyane (française)
FR-MQ Martinique
FR-YT Mayotte
FR-RE La Réunion

Metropolitan departments

Map of metropolitan France with each department labelled with the second part of its ISO 3166-2 code (area around Paris shown in inset).
Code Subdivision name In metropolitan region
FR-01 Ain V
FR-02 Aisne S
FR-03 Allier C
FR-04 Alpes-de-Haute-Provence U
FR-06 Alpes-Maritimes U
FR-07 Ardèche V
FR-08 Ardennes G
FR-09 Ariège N
FR-10 Aube G
FR-11 Aude K
FR-12 Aveyron N
FR-67 Bas-Rhin A
FR-13 Bouches-du-Rhône U
FR-14 Calvados P
FR-15 Cantal C
FR-16 Charente T
FR-17 Charente-Maritime T
FR-18 Cher F
FR-19 Corrèze L
FR-2A Corse-du-Sud H
FR-21 Côte-d'Or D
FR-22 Côtes-d'Armor E
FR-23 Creuse L
FR-79 Deux-Sèvres T
FR-24 Dordogne B
FR-25 Doubs I
FR-26 Drôme V
FR-91 Essonne J
FR-27 Eure Q
FR-28 Eure-et-Loir F
FR-29 Finistère E
FR-30 Gard K
FR-32 Gers N
FR-33 Gironde B
FR-2B Haute-Corse H
FR-31 Haute-Garonne N
FR-43 Haute-Loire C
FR-52 Haute-Marne G
FR-05 Hautes-Alpes U
FR-70 Haute-Saône I
FR-74 Haute-Savoie V
FR-65 Hautes-Pyrénées N
FR-87 Haute-Vienne L
FR-68 Haut-Rhin A
FR-92 Hauts-de-Seine J
FR-34 Hérault K
FR-35 Ille-et-Vilaine E
FR-36 Indre F
FR-37 Indre-et-Loire F
FR-38 Isère V
FR-39 Jura I
FR-40 Landes B
FR-42 Loire V
FR-44 Loire-Atlantique R
FR-45 Loiret F
FR-41 Loir-et-Cher F
FR-46 Lot N
FR-47 Lot-et-Garonne B
FR-48 Lozère K
FR-49 Maine-et-Loire R
FR-50 Manche P
FR-51 Marne G
FR-53 Mayenne R
FR-54 Meurthe-et-Moselle M
FR-55 Meuse M
FR-56 Morbihan E
FR-57 Moselle M
FR-58 Nièvre D
FR-59 Nord O
FR-60 Oise S
FR-61 Orne P
FR-75 Paris J
FR-62 Pas-de-Calais O
FR-63 Puy-de-Dôme C
FR-64 Pyrénées-Atlantiques B
FR-66 Pyrénées-Orientales K
FR-69 Rhône V
FR-71 Saône-et-Loire D
FR-72 Sarthe R
FR-73 Savoie V
FR-77 Seine-et-Marne J
FR-76 Seine-Maritime Q
FR-93 Seine-Saint-Denis J
FR-80 Somme S
FR-81 Tarn N
FR-82 Tarn-et-Garonne N
FR-90 Territoire de Belfort I
FR-94 Val-de-Marne J
FR-95 Val-d'Oise J
FR-83 Var U
FR-84 Vaucluse U
FR-85 Vendée R
FR-86 Vienne T
FR-88 Vosges M
FR-89 Yonne D
FR-78 Yvelines J

Dependency and overseas territorial collectivities

Code Subdivision name Subdivision category
FR-CP Clipperton dependency
FR-NC Nouvelle-Calédonie overseas territorial collectivity
FR-PF Polynésie française overseas territorial collectivity
FR-BL Saint-Barthélemy overseas territorial collectivity
FR-MF Saint-Martin overseas territorial collectivity
FR-PM Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon overseas territorial collectivity
FR-TF Terres australes françaises overseas territorial collectivity
FR-WF Wallis-et-Futuna overseas territorial collectivity

Subdivisions included in ISO 3166-1

Besides being included as subdivisions of France in ISO 3166-2, the overseas departments and overseas territorial collectivities are also officially assigned their own country codes in ISO 3166-1.

Code Subdivision name Alpha-2 code ISO 3166-2 codes
FR-BL Saint Barthélemy [Saint-Barthélemy] BL ISO 3166-2:BL
FR-GF French Guiana [Guyane française] GF ISO 3166-2:GF
FR-GP Guadeloupe GP ISO 3166-2:GP
FR-MF Saint Martin [Saint-Martin] MF ISO 3166-2:MF
FR-MQ Martinique MQ ISO 3166-2:MQ
FR-NC New Caledonia [Nouvelle-Calédonie] NC ISO 3166-2:NC
FR-PF French Polynesia [Polynésie française] PF ISO 3166-2:PF
FR-PM Saint Pierre and Miquelon [Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon] PM ISO 3166-2:PM
FR-RE Réunion RE ISO 3166-2:RE
FR-TF French Southern Territories [Terres australes françaises] TF ISO 3166-2:TF
FR-WF Wallis and Futuna [Wallis-et-Futuna] WF ISO 3166-2:WF
FR-YT Mayotte YT ISO 3166-2:YT

The dependency Clipperton Island (FR-CP) is also exceptionally reserved the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code CP on the request of the International Telecommunication Union.

Metropolitan France (the part of France located in Europe) was previously officially assigned its own set of country codes in ISO 3166-1, with alpha-2 code FX, before it was deleted from ISO 3166-1. The code is now exceptionally reserved on the request of France.

Changes

The following changes to the entry have been announced in newsletters by the ISO 3166/MA since the first publication of ISO 3166-2 in 1998:

Newsletter Date issued Description of change in newsletter Code/Subdivision change
Newsletter I-2 2002-05-21 Correction of the Metropolitan region code in FR-79
Newsletter I-9 2007-11-28 Addition of administrative subdivisions and of their code elements Subdivisions added:
FR-CP Clipperton
FR-BL Saint-Barthélemy
FR-MF Saint-Martin
Newsletter II-1 2010-02-03
(corrected
2010-02-19)
Addition of the country code prefix as the first code element, alphabetical re-ordering
Newsletter II-3 2011-12-13
(corrected
2011-12-15)
NL II-2 correction for ultramarine administrative organisation change and alphabetical re-ordering. Status change:
FR-YT Mayotte overseas territorial collectivity → overseas department

See also

External links

  • ISO Online Browsing Platform: FR
  • Departments of France, Statoids.com
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