The area the Midday-Pyrenees (in Occitan Miègjorn-Pirenèus ) gathers eight departments: the Ariège, the Aveyron, the Haute-Garonne, the Hautes-Pyrénées, the Gers, the Batch, the Tarn and the Tarn-et-Garonne. It is the second greater area of France (behind the Guyana) with eight departments and more: 45000 km ². Its larger Ville is Toulouse which is also its Préfecture.
See also: History of the Midday-Pyrenees
See also: District council the Midday-Pyrenees
See also: Geography of the Midday-Pyrenees
See also: FOR THE THIRD TIME the Midday-Pyrenees
See also: Demography of the Midday-Pyrenees
The Midday-Pyrenees area counts 2.551.687 inhabitants of which: |- | align=" center" | (source: INSEE - 1999) |}
The population does not evolve/move similarly in the 8 departments which the area comprises. The department knowing more the strong growth is, without surprise, the Haute-Garonne. The Ariège, the Batch and the Tarn-et-Garonne know a light increase in the population. That of the Tarn remains about stable. Lastly, the population escapes from the departments of the Aveyron, the Gers and the Hautes-Pyrénées. As a whole, the area sees its population increasing; it thus appears in the gravitational areas of France with the area Provence-Alp-Coast of Azure and the area Languedoc-Roussillon.
See also: Environment in the Midday-Pyrenees
See also: Sport in the Midday-Pyrenees
- Common of the Midday-Pyrenees
- Arkheia, re-examined regional history of South-west
- League of the Midday-Pyrenees of football
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