Arrondissement of Bar-le-Duc

The arrondissement of Bar-le-Duc is an arrondissement of France in the Meuse department in the Grand Est region. It has 110 communes.

Bar-le-Duc
Location of Bar-le-Duc in Lorraine
Location of Bar-le-Duc in Lorraine
CountryFrance
RegionGrand Est
DepartmentMeuse
Communes110
PrefectureBar-le-Duc
Area
¹
 • Total1,451 km2 (560 sq mi)
Population
 (2013)
 • Total61,224
 • Density42/km2 (110/sq mi)
¹ French Land Register data, which exclude lakes, ponds, and glaciers larger than 1 km² as well as the estuaries of rivers.

Composition

Cantons

The cantons of the arrondissement of Bar-le-Duc are:

Communes

The communes of the arrondissement of Bar-le-Duc, and their INSEE codes, are:

  1. Ancerville (55010)
  2. Andernay (55011)
  3. Aulnois-en-Perthois (55015)
  4. Autrécourt-sur-Aire (55017)
  5. Bar-le-Duc (55029)
  6. Baudonvilliers (55031)
  7. Bazincourt-sur-Saulx (55035)
  8. Beaulieu-en-Argonne (55038)
  9. Beausite (55040)
  10. Behonne (55041)
  11. Beurey-sur-Saulx (55049)
  12. Biencourt-sur-Orge (55051)
  13. Le Bouchon-sur-Saulx (55061)
  14. Brabant-le-Roi (55069)
  15. Brauvilliers (55075)
  16. Brillon-en-Barrois (55079)
  17. Brizeaux (55081)
  18. Bure (55087)
  19. Chanteraine (55358)
  20. Chardogne (55101)
  21. Chaumont-sur-Aire (55108)
  22. Combles-en-Barrois (55120)
  23. Contrisson (55125)
  24. Courcelles-sur-Aire (55128)
  25. Cousances-les-Forges (55132)
  26. Couvertpuis (55133)
  27. Couvonges (55134)
  28. Culey (55138)
  29. Dammarie-sur-Saulx (55144)
  30. Érize-la-Brûlée (55175)
  31. Érize-la-Petite (55177)
  32. Érize-Saint-Dizier (55178)
  33. Èvres (55185)
  34. Fains-Véel (55186)
  35. Foucaucourt-sur-Thabas (55194)
  36. Fouchères-aux-Bois (55195)
  37. Géry (55207)
  38. Givrauval (55214)
  39. Guerpont (55221)
  40. Haironville (55224)
  41. Les Hauts-de-Chée (55123)
  42. Hévilliers (55246)
  43. Ippécourt (55251)
  44. L'Isle-en-Rigault (55296)
  45. Juvigny-en-Perthois (55261)
  46. Laheycourt (55271)
  47. Laimont (55272)
  48. Lavincourt (55284)
  49. Lavoye (55285)
  50. Ligny-en-Barrois (55291)
  51. Lisle-en-Barrois (55295)
  52. Loisey (55298)
  53. Longeaux (55300)
  54. Longeville-en-Barrois (55302)
  55. Louppy-le-Château (55304)
  56. Mandres-en-Barrois (55315)
  57. Maulan (55326)
  58. Menaucourt (55332)
  59. Ménil-sur-Saulx (55335)
  60. Mognéville (55340)
  61. Montiers-sur-Saulx (55348)
  62. Montplonne (55352)
  63. Morley (55359)
  64. Naives-Rosières (55369)
  65. Naix-aux-Forges (55370)
  66. Nançois-sur-Ornain (55372)
  67. Nant-le-Grand (55373)
  68. Nant-le-Petit (55374)
  69. Nantois (55376)
  70. Nettancourt (55378)
  71. Neuville-sur-Ornain (55382)
  72. Noyers-Auzécourt (55388)
  73. Nubécourt (55389)
  74. Pretz-en-Argonne (55409)
  75. Raival (55442)
  76. Rancourt-sur-Ornain (55414)
  77. Rembercourt-Sommaisne (55423)
  78. Remennecourt (55424)
  79. Resson (55426)
  80. Revigny-sur-Ornain (55427)
  81. Ribeaucourt (55430)
  82. Robert-Espagne (55435)
  83. Rumont (55446)
  84. Rupt-aux-Nonains (55447)
  85. Saint-Amand-sur-Ornain (55452)
  86. Salmagne (55466)
  87. Saudrupt (55470)
  88. Savonnières-devant-Bar (55476)
  89. Savonnières-en-Perthois (55477)
  90. Seigneulles (55479)
  91. Seuil-d'Argonne (55517)
  92. Silmont (55488)
  93. Sommeilles (55493)
  94. Sommelonne (55494)
  95. Stainville (55501)
  96. Tannois (55504)
  97. Trémont-sur-Saulx (55514)
  98. Les Trois-Domaines (55254)
  99. Tronville-en-Barrois (55519)
  100. Val-d'Ornain (55366)
  101. Vassincourt (55531)
  102. Vaubecourt (55532)
  103. Vavincourt (55541)
  104. Velaines (55543)
  105. Villers-aux-Vents (55560)
  106. Villers-le-Sec (55562)
  107. Ville-sur-Saulx (55568)
  108. Villotte-devant-Louppy (55569)
  109. Waly (55577)
  110. Willeroncourt (55581)

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Coordinates: 48°46′N 5°10′E / 48.767°N 5.167°E

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