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Where is Aquitaine, France?

Location of metropolitan region of Aquitaine on a map

Aquitaine is a metropolitan region found in the nation of France. Home to 3,321,058 people, it is the 6th largest division in France in terms of population.

Aquitaine gained its current status as a metropolitan region in the year 1982. The government of Aquitaine is lead by Alain Roussetand is based in the metropolitan region capital of Bordeaux (Population: 231,844).

The most populous cities in Aquitaine are: Bordeaux (Population: 231,844), Pau (Population: 82,697), Merignac (Population: 69,791), Pessac (Population: 57,944).

Aquitaine Metropolitan region - Quick Facts

Country France
Region Type Metropolitan region
Time Zone CEST
Year of Establishment 1982
Capital Bordeaux (Population: 231,844)
Head of Government Alain Rousset
Total Population 3,321,058
Total Area 41,308 sq km (15,949 sq miles)
Population Density 80.4 sq km (208.2 sq miles)
This page was last updated on July 24, 2015.

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