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December 12, 2011

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A "commune" is a municipality. There are around 36000 municipalities in France, often very small. The GEOFLA "communes" used to be very expensive, but it is now released as a free shapefile by the IGN (national geographic institute)

Thanks for the information, Baptiste!

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