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Map of official départements and régions of France, with French titles (in JPEG format for larger, rapid display: 5x faster than SVG). French: Départements et régions, en Francais.

Date 21 March 2007
Source Image:Départements+régions (France).svg (Wikimedia file, converted to quick JPEG and narrowed 15%)
Author self (after User:Historicair 6-Nov-2006)
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