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Arrondissement of Altkirch

Altkirch
Arrondissement of France
Location of Altkirch in Haut-Rhin
Location of Altkirch in Haut-Rhin
Country France
Region Alsace
Department Haut-Rhin
Communes 112
Subprefecture Altkirch
Area¹
 • Total 663 km2 (256 sq mi)
Population (2012)
 • Total 69,355
 • Density 100/km2 (270/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 Altkirch is an arrondissement of France in the Haut-Rhin department in the Alsace region. It has 112 communes.

Contents

  • Composition 1
    • Cantons 1.1
    • Communes 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Composition

Cantons

The cantons of the arrondissement of Altkirch are:

  1. Altkirch
  2. Dannemarie
  3. Ferrette
  4. Hirsingue

Communes

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

1. Altenach (68002) 2. Altkirch (68004) 3. Ammerzwiller (68006) 4. Aspach (68010)
5. Ballersdorf (68017) 6. Balschwiller (68018) 7. Bellemagny (68024) 8. Bendorf (68025)
9. Berentzwiller (68027) 10. Bettendorf (68033) 11. Bettlach (68034) 12. Biederthal (68035)
13. Bisel (68039) 14. Bouxwiller (68049) 15. Bretten (68052) 16. Bréchaumont (68050)
17. Buethwiller (68057) 18. Carspach (68062) 19. Chavannes-sur-l'Étang (68065) 20. Courtavon (68067)
21. Dannemarie (68068) 22. Diefmatten (68071) 23. Durlinsdorf (68074) 24. Durmenach (68075)
25. Eglingen (68077) 26. Elbach (68079) 27. Emlingen (68080) 28. Eteimbes (68085)
29. Falkwiller (68086) 30. Feldbach (68087) 31. Ferrette (68090) 32. Fislis (68092)
33. Franken (68096) 34. Friesen (68098) 35. Frœningen (68099) 36. Fulleren (68100)
37. Gildwiller (68105) 38. Gommersdorf (68107) 39. Grentzingen (68108) 40. Guevenatten (68114)
41. Hagenbach (68119) 42. Hausgauen (68124) 43. Hecken (68125) 44. Heidwiller (68127)
45. Heimersdorf (68128) 46. Heiwiller (68131) 47. Henflingen (68133) 48. Hindlingen (68137)
49. Hirsingue (68138) 50. Hirtzbach (68139) 51. Hochstatt (68141) 52. Hundsbach (68148)
53. Illfurth (68152) 54. Jettingen (68158) 55. Kiffis (68165) 56. Kœstlach (68169)
57. Largitzen (68176) 58. Levoncourt (68181) 59. Liebsdorf (68184) 60. Ligsdorf (68186)
61. Linsdorf (68187) 62. Lucelle (68190) 63. Luemschwiller (68191) 64. Lutter (68194)
65. Magny (68196) 66. Manspach (68200) 67. Mertzen (68202) 68. Moernach (68212)
69. Montreux-Jeune (68214) 70. Montreux-Vieux (68215) 71. Mooslargue (68216) 72. Muespach (68221)
73. Muespach-le-Haut (68222) 74. Oberdorf (68240) 75. Oberlarg (68243) 76. Obermorschwiller (68245)
77. Oltingue (68248) 78. Pfetterhouse (68257) 79. Raedersdorf (68259) 80. Retzwiller (68268)
81. Riespach (68273) 82. Romagny (68282) 83. Roppentzwiller (68284) 84. Ruederbach (68288)
85. Saint-Bernard (68081) 86. Saint-Cosme (68293) 87. Saint-Ulrich (68299) 88. Schwoben (68303)
89. Seppois-le-Bas (68305) 90. Seppois-le-Haut (68306) 91. Sondersdorf (68312) 92. Spechbach-le-Bas (68319)
93. Spechbach-le-Haut (68320) 94. Steinsoultz (68325) 95. Sternenberg (68326) 96. Strueth (68330)
97. Tagolsheim (68332) 98. Tagsdorf (68333) 99. Traubach-le-Bas (68336) 100. Traubach-le-Haut (68337)
101. Ueberstrass (68340) 102. Valdieu-Lutran (68192) 103. Vieux-Ferrette (68347) 104. Waldighofen (68355)
105. Walheim (68356) 106. Werentzhouse (68363) 107. Willer (68371) 108. Winkel (68373)
109. Wittersdorf (68377) 110. Wolfersdorf (68378) 111. Wolschwiller (68380) 112. Bernwiller (68031)

References

  1. ^ INSEE Communes de l'arrondissement d'Altkirch

External links

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

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