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Cantons of the Réunion department

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Cantons of the Réunion department

The following is a list of the 49 cantons of the Réunion department, an overseas department of France, sorted by arrondissement:

Arrondissement of Saint-Denis (11 cantons)

  1. Saint-Denis 1st Canton
  2. Saint-Denis 2nd Canton
  3. Saint-Denis 3rd Canton
  4. Saint-Denis 4th Canton
  5. Saint-Denis 5th Canton
  6. Saint-Denis 6th Canton
  7. Saint-Denis 7th Canton
  8. Saint-Denis 8th Canton
  9. Saint-Denis 9th Canton
  10. Sainte-Marie
  11. Sainte-Suzanne

Arrondissement of Saint-Pierre (18 cantons)

  1. Les Avirons
  2. Entre-Deux
  3. L'Étang-Salé
  4. Petite-Île
  5. Saint-Joseph 1st Canton
  6. Saint-Joseph 2nd Canton
  7. Saint-Louis 1st Canton
  8. Saint-Louis 2nd Canton
  9. Saint-Louis 3rd Canton
  10. Saint-Philippe
  11. Saint-Pierre 1st Canton
  12. Saint-Pierre 2nd Canton
  13. Saint-Pierre 3rd Canton
  14. Saint-Pierre 4th Canton
  15. Le Tampon 1st Canton
  16. Le Tampon 2nd Canton
  17. Le Tampon 3rd Canton
  18. Le Tampon 4th Canton

Arrondissement of Saint-Benoît (9 cantons)

  1. Bras-Panon
  2. La Plaine-des-Palmistes
  3. Saint-André 1st Canton
  4. Saint-André 2nd Canton
  5. Saint-André 3rd Canton
  6. Saint-Benoît 1st Canton
  7. Saint-Benoît 2nd Canton
  8. Sainte-Rose
  9. Salazie

Arrondissement of Saint-Paul (11 cantons)

  1. Le Port 1st Canton Nord
  2. Le Port 2nd Canton Sud
  3. La Possession
  4. Saint-Leu 1st Canton
  5. Saint-Leu 2nd Canton
  6. Saint-Paul 1st Canton
  7. Saint-Paul 2nd Canton
  8. Saint-Paul 3rd Canton
  9. Saint-Paul 4th Canton
  10. Saint-Paul 5th Canton
  11. Les Trois-Bassins
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