Regions of France Map Quiz

Fill in the blank map of France by correctly selecting each highlighted region.
Overseas regions not pictured
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Last updated: October 29, 2018
First submittedDecember 17, 2013
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This Region is:
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Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
Bourgogne-Franche-Comté
Brittany
Centre-Val de Loire
Corsica
Grand Est
Hauts-de-France
Île-de-France
Normandy
Nouvelle Aquitaine
Occitanie
Pays de la Loire
Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
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Level 69
Jan 27, 2014
The best I've ever done on this is 18/22... pretty hard
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Level 64
Jul 29, 2019
This comment is a little confusing at first in 2019
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Level 46
Feb 21, 2014
I guessed Languedoc wrong twice. Guess I better brush up
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Level 32
Aug 21, 2014
Facile pour un français !
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Level 47
Feb 9, 2015
100% I am American and live in America.
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Level 71
Jan 12, 2019
Same
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Level 58
Apr 13, 2015
Where has Monaco gone? You've got the borders of Andorra and Luxembourg, but Monaco is seemingly swallowed up in Cote d'Azur.
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Level 75
Jun 27, 2015
Monaco is so tiny that it has only a 5km border with France. You could barely see it at this scale.
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Level 60
Dec 1, 2015
Actually the regions of France have changed now, there are less, bigger regions.
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Level 37
Mar 2, 2016
Please update
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Level 75
Apr 16, 2016
The new entities does not already have an official name, maybe later when this clusterf*ck will be settled.
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Level 66
Mar 26, 2016
19/22 on my first try. Kind of surprised by it, Thanks EU4!
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Level 58
Aug 27, 2016
playing in the french region enough to remember all the provinces is nothing to be proud of
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Level 47
Nov 21, 2019
BBB FTW !
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Level 43
Apr 29, 2016
Great quiz! Unfortunately, from a geography buff point of view, France now has only 13 regions. Need to update. Thanks!
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Level ∞
Aug 11, 2016
I had to wait for the new regions to get names. Why they didn't sort that out first I have no idea.
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Level 59
Aug 27, 2016
Sounds like some unbelievable bureaucratic non-sense.
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Level 62
Apr 29, 2020
All this time waiting to end up with ridiculous names like "Grand Est" and worst of all "Hauts de France". Now I've heard they genuinely want to rename PACA into "Région Sud" Seriously, what's it gonna be next? Corsica as "Bas à droite de France"? Guyanne as "France du loin"?
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Level 66
Apr 29, 2020
Couldn't agree more Relox84, what are they doing? Before long the day will be divided into ten decimal hours, there'll be ten-day weeks, uniform 30-day months - renamed so that December is called "frosty, January "snowy", February "rainy", March "windy" and so on - and there will be a demand that the whole world use kilometres: shocking. On a more (or perhaps less) serious note, now there are only 13 regions, perhaps it is time to include l'outre-mer in the (English version) quiz.
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Level 62
May 13, 2016
You are missing some Regions. Such as French Guiana, Reunion, Mayotte, Guadeloupe, Martinique etc....
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Level 88
Aug 15, 2016
But as they aren't on this map, I support the omission.
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Level 44
Aug 27, 2016
Me too, because this regions are a regions of France and not a overseas regions.
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Level 58
Oct 12, 2020
But they are regions of France. They just happen not to be located in Europe. Omitting them is like omitting Hawaii and Alaska in a US states quiz.
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Level 44
Aug 27, 2016
otherwise indicate "Metropolitan" beside France
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Level 63
Aug 27, 2016
The thumbnail looks a bit skewed.
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Level 20
Aug 28, 2016
What about French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Reunion and Mayotte?
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Level 34
Aug 29, 2016
If you cannot get Grand Est, there is something very wrong with your French.
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Level 71
Jul 15, 2019
I don’t speak French and I missed it. I assumed that it was so “Grand” that it must be the home of Paris.
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Level 42
Aug 19, 2019
What ?
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Level 49
Apr 28, 2020
Est means east.
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Level 71
Oct 12, 2020
@Rimpak I don’t speak French so I was flying blind. I guessed that the “Grand” in Grand Est must mean that it has something special that the other regions don’t (like being home to the capital). Thus, I eyeballed where Paris should be and guessed that as being Grand Est. Est for East never even crossed my mind.
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Level 56
Sep 23, 2016
So much easier with the merges, I half forgot some of the old regions
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Level 51
Mar 26, 2017
I have never been to France, nor do I know much about it. I guessed all regions on my first try simply from my knowledge of history and geography, many of the names have little hints like that.
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Level 53
May 13, 2017
How come Bretagne is Brittany in the quiz but Bourgogne isn't Burgundy?
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Level 41
Jul 28, 2019
All of them in first try!!!!!!!
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Level 49
Aug 30, 2020
100%
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Level 42
Oct 12, 2020
Switched Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Occitanie :/ but got all others correct!
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Level 50
Oct 12, 2020
Got 2. Knew Brittany and spammed Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes for the rest.
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Level 63
Oct 12, 2020
started with the ones I knew, and then using brain to correctly guess the rest :) Like I know where Loire and Rhone rivers are, so the rest was just pure luck :D
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Level 47
Oct 12, 2020
Got 10/13.