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Arrondissements of the Bouches-du-Rhône department

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Arrondissements of the Bouches-du-Rhône department

The 4 arrondissements of the Bouches-du-Rhône department are:

  1. Arrondissement of Aix-en-Provence, (subprefecture: Aix-en-Provence) with 44 communes. The population of the arrondissement was 347,431 in 1990, and was 381,986 in 1999, an increase of 9.95%.
  2. Arrondissement of Arles, (subprefecture: Arles) with 36 communes. The population of the arrondissement was 171,807 in 1990, and was 180,948 in 1999, an increase of 5.32%.
  3. Arrondissement of Marseille, (prefecture of the Bouches-du-Rhône department: Marseille) with 21 communes. The population of the arrondissement was 965,318 in 1990, and was 980,082 in 1999, an increase of 1.53%.
  4. Arrondissement of Istres, (subprefecture: Istres) with 18 communes. The population of the arrondissement was 274,815 in 1990, and was 292,703 in 1999, an increase of 6.51%.
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