Île-de-France - Demographics - Petite Couronne

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Petite Couronne Petite Couronne Petite Couronne The Petite Couronne (Little Crown, i.e. Inner Ring) is formed by the 3 departments of Île de France bordering with the French capital and forming a geographical crown around it. The departments, until 1968 part of the disbanded Seine department, are Hauts de Seine, Seine Saint Denis and Val de Marne. The most populated towns of the Petite Couronne are Boulogne Billancourt, Montreuil, Saint Denis, Nanterre and Créteil. Petite Couronne Petite Couronne Inner Ring crown Petite Couronne The Métropole du Grand Paris is an administrative structure that comprises Paris and the three departments of the Petite Couronne, plus seven additional communes in the Grande Couronne. Petite Couronne Grande Couronne The table below shows some statistical information about the area including Paris:

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