Bouches du Rhone ( French: Bouches-du-Rhône , literally - “the mouth of the Rhone ”, ox. Bocas de Ròse ) - Department of France , one of the departments of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region . The serial number is 13. The administrative center is Marseille . The population is 2,000,550 people (2010).
|Bush du rhone|
|fr. Bouches-du-rhône |
ox. Bocas de ròse
|Included in||Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur|
|Includes||4 counties, 57 cantons and 119 communes|
|Chairman of the General Council||Jean-Noel Guerini|
|History and Geography|
|Date of formation|
|Square||5087 km² (74th place )|
|Timezone||UTC + 1|
|Population||2 000 550 people ( 2010 ) ( 3rd place )|
|Density||393.27 people / km² (11th place)|
|ISO 3166-2 Code||FR-13|
The area is 5087 km².
Bush du Rhone was one of the first departments formed during the French Revolution in March 1790. It appeared on the territory of the former Provence , in 1793 the borders were changed.
The department includes 4 counties, 57 cantons and 119 communes.
- Communes of the Department of Bush du Rhone