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Revision as of 18:26, 31 March 2012

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Mauritius


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The National Arms of Mauritius The National Flag Location

Administrative division

The island of Mauritius is divided into 9 districts (capitals in parentheses):

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  • Black River (Bambous)
  • Flacq (Centre de Flacq)
  • Grand Port (Rose-Belle)
  • Moka (Quartier Militaire)
  • Pamplemousses (Triolet)
  • Plaines Wilhems (Rose-Hill)
  • Port Louis (Port Louis)
  • Rivière du Rempart (Mapou)
  • Savanne (Souillac)

Each of the districts is further divided into municipalities.

I have no idea how many of these actually use a coat of arms.

The island of Rodrigues is divided in 14 municipalities, which are further subdivided into a total of 182 localities.

Coats of arms of cities and municipalities