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Bourgogne, France

Bourgogne is one of 22 primary administrative regions in France with a population of approximately 1,633,891 people.

Facts and figures on Bourgogne at a glance

Region name: Bourgogne (Bourgogne)
Status: Primary administrative region
Population: 1,633,891 people
Country: France
Continent: Europe

The regional headquarters of Bourgogne (Bourgogne) is located in the regional capital Dijon (Dijon) with a population of 149,782 people.

The distance as the crow flies from Bourgogne's regional capital Dijon to France's capital Paris (Paris) is approximately 262 km (163 mi).

Facts and figures about Bourgogne
RegionPopulationRegional capitalPopulation
Bourgogne Bourgogne1,633,891 peopleDijon Dijon149,782 people

Compare with other regions in France.

Map of Bourgogne

Map of Bourgogne

Information on Bourgogne

Information on Bourgogne
Region nameRegional capitalSubregionsCountryContinent
Bourgogne BourgogneDijon Dijon4FranceEurope

Time in Bourgogne

Time in Bourgogne
Current timeSummer time (DST)Standard timeCurrent timezone offsetTimezone
Mon, 22 Jul 2019 - 8:35pmIn effect (+1 hour)Mon, 22 Jul 2019 - 7:35pmGMT UTC +2.0Europe/Paris

Geographic coordinates of Bourgogne

Latitude & Longitude of Bourgogne
PositionLatitude (width)Longitude (length)
Show on map47°15'00.0"N (47.2500000°)4°10'00.0"E (4.1666700°)

Subregions in Bourgogne

There are 4 administrative subregions in Bourgogne.
Subregions in Bourgogne
RegionNoPopulationRegional capitalCapital population
Departement de l'Yonne Département de l'Yonne1.354,282Auxerre Auxerre41,516
Departement de la Cote-d'Or Département de la Côte-d'Or2.538,259Dijon Dijon149,782
Departement de la Nievre Département de la Nièvre3.227,740Nevers Nevers43,988
Departement de Saone-et-Loire Département de Saône-et-Loire4.574,002Macon Mâcon35,484

External sources of information on Bourgogne

Bourgogne on Wikipedia