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Haute-Normandie Province of France

Facts on Haute-Normandie

Land area: 12,317km?
Population: estimated at 1,811,000
Area: 147/km? (2005)
Capital City: Rouen

Haute-Normandie (Upper Normandy) is one of the 26 regions of France, and was created in 1956, when Normandy was divided into Basse-Normandie and Haute-Normandie.  However, this division does remain quite controversial, with some calling for a regrouping.


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Facts on Haute-Normandie Province of France

The capital of Normandy is Rouen, known for its cathedral, which is the highest in France, plus being the local capital, Rouen is historically important for many other fine churches and buildings.

Haute-Normandie is bounded by the r?gions of Picardy (Picardie) and ?le-de-France to the east, Centre to the south, and Basse-Normandie to the west and the English Channel lies to the north.

Apart from Rouen's, other major towns include ?vreux, and St-Sa?ns and the ports include the Le Havre, Dieppe, and F?camp.

The area is fertile and has many beech forests, with industries including dairy farming, fishing, petrochemical, paper, and car manufacture.

The river Seine divides the region in two, flowing from the southeast to the northwest near Le Havre.

The region is also twinned with the London Borough of Redbridge in the United Kingdom.

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