Dordogne still a region of France after Paris with the most British


The new study by the national statistics office National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE), published at the end of last week, showed that according to the latest figures (2016), 7,198 Britons lived in Dordogne.It was the second only in Paris.

This is a little less Britons than in 2011 – while records indicate that there were 7,446. Yet more than half (53%) of the people identified in the most recent figures have lived in the department since. at least 10 years.

Municipalities and region

More precisely, the municipalities of Eymet, Nontron and Ribérac are the most populated by British people; 9% of Eymet’s population is British, followed …


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