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The list of French departments by population is based on figures from the 2006 census[1].

Rank Department Population (2006) Size (km²) Density (pop./km²)
1 Nord 2,565,257 5,743 449
2 Paris 2,181,371 105 20,605
3 Bouches-du-Rhône 1,937,405 5,087 372
4 Rhône 1,669,655 3,249 507
5 Hauts-de-Seine 1,536,100 176 8,619
6 Seine-Saint-Denis 1,491,970 236 6,182
7 Pas-de-Calais 1,453,387 6,671 218
8 Yvelines 1,395,804 2,284 611
9 Gironde 1,393,758 10,000 138
10 Val-de-Marne 1,298,340 245 5,220
11 Seine-et-Marne 1,273,488 5,915 212
12 Seine-Maritime 1,243,834 6,278 198
13 Loire-Atlantique 1,234,085 6,815 175
14 Essonne 1,198,273 1,804 650
15 Haute-Garonne 1,186,330 6,309 180
16 Isère 1,169,491 7,431 154
17 Val-d'Oise 1,157,052 1,246 914
18 Bas-Rhin 1,079,016 4,755 224
19 Alpes-Maritimes 1,073,184 4,299 246
20 Moselle 1,036,776 6,216 166
21 Hérault 1,001,041 6,101 159
22 Var 985,099 5,973 160
23 Ille-et-Vilaine 945,851 6,775 134
24 Finistère 883,001 6,733 130
25 Oise 792,975 5,860 133
26 Réunion 781,962 2,504 309
27 Maine-et-Loire 766,659 7,166 105
28 Loire 741,269 4,781 153
29 Haut-Rhin 736,477 3,525 207
30 Meurthe-et-Moselle 725,302 5,246 138
31 Haute-Savoie 696,255 4,388 154
32 Morbihan 694,821 6,823 99
33 Gard 683,169 5,853 114
34 Calvados 671,351 5,548 120
35 Loiret 645,325 6,775 94
36 Pyrénées-Atlantiques 636,849 7,645 82
37 Puy-de-Dôme 623,463 7,970 77
38 Charente-Maritime 598,915 6,864 86
39 Vendée 597,185 6,720 86
40 Indre-et-Loire 580,312 6,127 93
41 Côtes-d'Armor 570,861 6,878 82
42 Eure 567,221 6,040 92
43 Ain 566,740 5,762 97
44 Marne 565,841 8,162 69
45 Somme 564,319 6,170 91
46 Sarthe 553,484 6,206 87
47 Saône-et-Loire 549,361 8,575 64
48 Aisne 537,061 7,369 73
49 Vaucluse 534,291 3,567 146
50 Côte-d'Or 517,168 8,763 59
51 Doubs 516,157 5,234 97
52 Manche 492,563 5,938 82
53 Drôme 468,608 6,530 70
54 Pyrénées-Orientales 432,112 4,116 102
55 Eure-et-Loir 421,114 5,880 71
56 Vienne 418,460 6,990 58
57 Dordogne 404,052 9,060 44
58 Savoie 403,090 6,028 65
59 Guadeloupe 400,736 1,703 264
60 Martinique 397,732 1,128 384
61 Vosges 379,975 5,874 65
62 Haute-Vienne 367,156 5,520 65
63 Tarn 365,335 5,758 62
64 Landes 362,827 9,243 38
65 Deux-Sèvres 359,711 5,999 59
66 Charente 347,037 5,956 58
67 Allier 343,309 7,340 47
68 Aude 341,022 6,139 54
69 Yonne 340,088 7,427 46
70 Loir-et-Cher 325,182 6,343 51
71 Lot-et-Garonne 322,292 5,361 59
72 Cher 314,675 7,235 43
73 Ardèche 306,238 5,529 54
74 Aube 299,704 6,004 49
75 Mayenne 299,000 5,175 57
76 Orne 292,879 6,103 48
77 Ardennes 285,653 5,229 55
78 Aveyron 273,377 8,735 31
79 Jura 257,399 4,999 51
80 Corrèze 240,363 5,857 40
81 Haute-Saône 235,867 5,360 44
82 Indre 232,959 6,791 34
83 Hautes-Pyrénées 227,736 4,464 51
84 Tarn-et-Garonne 226,849 3,718 59
85 Nièvre 222,220 6,817 33
86 Haute-Loire 219,484 4,977 43
87 Guyane 205,954 83,534 2
88 Meuse 193,696 6,211 31
89 Haute-Marne 187,652 6,211 31
90 Gers 181,375 6,257 29
91 Lot 169,531 5,217 32
92 Haute-Corse 158,400 4,666 32
93 Alpes-de-Haute-Provence 154,501 6,925 21
94 Cantal 149,682 5,726 26
95 Ariège 146,289 4,890 29
96 Territoire de Belfort 141,201 609 230
97 Corse-du-Sud 135,718 4,014 31
98 Hautes-Alpes 130,752 5,549 23
99 Creuse 123,401 5,565 22
100 Lozère 76,800 5,167 15

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