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France, formally known as the French Republic, is situated in Western Europe, a subregion of the region Europe. Its capital city is Paris. France is identified by various country codes. The ISO 3166-1-Alpha-2 code, commonly referred to as the 2-letter country code for France, is FR, while the ISO 3166-1-Alpha-3 code, known as the 3-letter country code, is FRA. Similarly, the ISO 3166-1 numeric code for France is 250. When connecting via phone, the dialing code for France is +33, which is essential for initiating calls to phone numbers in France. Online, websites in France are distinguished by the top-level domain (TLD) .fr, indicating their geographic origin. The currency utilized in France is the Euro, denoted by the currency alphabetic code EUR. Commonly known as the Euro, it is the primary currency for transactions within the country.

For a comprehensive reference encompassing major country codes, currency codes, and timezones relevant to France, please refer the tables below:

Country details

Formal namethe French Republic
Sub regionWestern Europe

ISO Codes

ISO 3166-1 Alpha-2FR
ISO 3166-1 Alpha-3FRA
ISO 3166-1 Numeric250

Dialing Code

Dialing code+33

Other Country Codes

Top Level
License plate codeF
UN m49 code250
GAUL code85
MARC codefr
WMO codeFR
EDGAR codeI0
GS1 GTIN code300-379

Currency Codes

CurencyAlphabetic codeNumeric code


TimezoneOffset UTCOffset DSTTime
Europe / Paris+01:00+02:00

Neighbouring countries

CountryCapitalISO codesDialing codeTLD
Flag of AndorraAndorraAndorra la VellaAD /
Flag of BelgiumBelgiumBrusselsBE /
Flag of GermanyGermanyBerlinDE /
Flag of ItalyItalyRomeIT /
Flag of LuxembourgLuxembourgLuxembourgLU /
Flag of MonacoMonacoMonacoMC /
Flag of SpainSpainMadridES /
Flag of SwitzerlandSwitzerlandBernCH /

ISO 3166-2 Codes

Subdivision nameSubdivision categoryISO Code
Ainmetropolitan departmentFR-01
Aisnemetropolitan departmentFR-02
Alliermetropolitan departmentFR-03
Alpes-Maritimesmetropolitan departmentFR-06
Alpes-de-Haute-Provencemetropolitan departmentFR-04
AlsaceEuropean collectivityFR-6AE
Ardennesmetropolitan departmentFR-08
Ardèchemetropolitan departmentFR-07
Ariègemetropolitan departmentFR-09
Aubemetropolitan departmentFR-10
Audemetropolitan departmentFR-11
Auvergne-Rhône-Alpesmetropolitan regionFR-ARA
Aveyronmetropolitan departmentFR-12
Bas-Rhinmetropolitan departmentFR-67
Bouches-du-Rhônemetropolitan departmentFR-13
Bourgogne-Franche-Comtémetropolitan regionFR-BFC
Bretagnemetropolitan regionFR-BRE
Calvadosmetropolitan departmentFR-14
Cantalmetropolitan departmentFR-15
Centre-Val de Loiremetropolitan regionFR-CVL
Charentemetropolitan departmentFR-16
Charente-Maritimemetropolitan departmentFR-17
Chermetropolitan departmentFR-18
Corrèzemetropolitan departmentFR-19
Corsemetropolitan collectivity with special statusFR-20R
Corse-du-Sudmetropolitan departmentFR-2A
Creusemetropolitan departmentFR-23
Côte-d'Ormetropolitan departmentFR-21
Côtes-d'Armormetropolitan departmentFR-22
Deux-Sèvresmetropolitan departmentFR-79
Dordognemetropolitan departmentFR-24
Doubsmetropolitan departmentFR-25
Drômemetropolitan departmentFR-26
Essonnemetropolitan departmentFR-91
Euremetropolitan departmentFR-27
Eure-et-Loirmetropolitan departmentFR-28
Finistèremetropolitan departmentFR-29
Gardmetropolitan departmentFR-30
Gersmetropolitan departmentFR-32
Girondemetropolitan departmentFR-33
Grand-Estmetropolitan regionFR-GES
Guadeloupeoverseas departmental collectivityFR-971
Guyane (française)overseas unique territorial collectivityFR-973
Haut-Rhinmetropolitan departmentFR-68
Haute-Corsemetropolitan departmentFR-2B
Haute-Garonnemetropolitan departmentFR-31
Haute-Loiremetropolitan departmentFR-43
Haute-Marnemetropolitan departmentFR-52
Haute-Savoiemetropolitan departmentFR-74
Haute-Saônemetropolitan departmentFR-70
Haute-Viennemetropolitan departmentFR-87
Hautes-Alpesmetropolitan departmentFR-05
Hautes-Pyrénéesmetropolitan departmentFR-65
Hauts-de-Francemetropolitan regionFR-HDF
Hauts-de-Seinemetropolitan departmentFR-92
Héraultmetropolitan departmentFR-34
Ille-et-Vilainemetropolitan departmentFR-35
Indremetropolitan departmentFR-36
Indre-et-Loiremetropolitan departmentFR-37
Isèremetropolitan departmentFR-38
Jurametropolitan departmentFR-39
La Réunionoverseas departmental collectivityFR-974
Landesmetropolitan departmentFR-40
Loir-et-Chermetropolitan departmentFR-41
Loiremetropolitan departmentFR-42
Loire-Atlantiquemetropolitan departmentFR-44
Loiretmetropolitan departmentFR-45
Lotmetropolitan departmentFR-46
Lot-et-Garonnemetropolitan departmentFR-47
Lozèremetropolitan departmentFR-48
Maine-et-Loiremetropolitan departmentFR-49
Manchemetropolitan departmentFR-50
Marnemetropolitan departmentFR-51
Martiniqueoverseas unique territorial collectivityFR-972
Mayennemetropolitan departmentFR-53
Mayotteoverseas departmental collectivityFR-976
Meurthe-et-Mosellemetropolitan departmentFR-54
Meusemetropolitan departmentFR-55
Morbihanmetropolitan departmentFR-56
Mosellemetropolitan departmentFR-57
Métropole de Lyonmetropolitan collectivity with special statusFR-69M
Nièvremetropolitan departmentFR-58
Nordmetropolitan departmentFR-59
Normandiemetropolitan regionFR-NOR
Nouvelle-Aquitainemetropolitan regionFR-NAQ
Nouvelle-Calédonieoverseas collectivity with special statusFR-NC
Occitaniemetropolitan regionFR-OCC
Oisemetropolitan departmentFR-60
Ornemetropolitan departmentFR-61
Parismetropolitan collectivity with special statusFR-75C
Pas-de-Calaismetropolitan departmentFR-62
Pays-de-la-Loiremetropolitan regionFR-PDL
Polynésie françaiseoverseas collectivityFR-PF
Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azurmetropolitan regionFR-PAC
Puy-de-Dômemetropolitan departmentFR-63
Pyrénées-Atlantiquesmetropolitan departmentFR-64
Pyrénées-Orientalesmetropolitan departmentFR-66
Rhônemetropolitan departmentFR-69
Saint-Barthélemyoverseas collectivityFR-BL
Saint-Martinoverseas collectivityFR-MF
Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelonoverseas collectivityFR-PM
Sarthemetropolitan departmentFR-72
Savoiemetropolitan departmentFR-73
Saône-et-Loiremetropolitan departmentFR-71
Seine-Maritimemetropolitan departmentFR-76
Seine-Saint-Denismetropolitan departmentFR-93
Seine-et-Marnemetropolitan departmentFR-77
Sommemetropolitan departmentFR-80
Tarnmetropolitan departmentFR-81
Tarn-et-Garonnemetropolitan departmentFR-82
Terres australes françaisesoverseas territoryFR-TF
Territoire de Belfortmetropolitan departmentFR-90
Val-d'Oisemetropolitan departmentFR-95
Val-de-Marnemetropolitan departmentFR-94
Varmetropolitan departmentFR-83
Vauclusemetropolitan departmentFR-84
Vendéemetropolitan departmentFR-85
Viennemetropolitan departmentFR-86
Vosgesmetropolitan departmentFR-88
Wallis-et-Futunaoverseas collectivityFR-WF
Yonnemetropolitan departmentFR-89
Yvelinesmetropolitan departmentFR-78
Île-de-Francemetropolitan regionFR-IDF



France is situated in Western Europe, which is a subregion of the continent of Europe.

Paris serves as the capital of France.

The ISO 3166-1-Alpha-2, or two-letter country code, for France is FR, while the ISO 3166-1-Alpha-3, or three-letter country code, is FRA, and the ISO 3166-1 numeric code is 250. ISO, the International Organization for Standardization, is a global federation of national standards bodies.

The dialing code for France is +33.

The top-level domain (TLD) for France-specific internet addresses ends with .fr.

The currency code of France includes the currency alphabetic code EUR and the currency numeric code 978. The currency is referred to as the Euro. ISO 4217 is a standard published by the International Organization for Standardization, defining alpha codes and numeric codes for representing currencies and providing information about the relationships between individual currencies and their minor units.

The license plate code for France is F.

The UN M49 code for France is 250. UN M49, or the Standard Country or Area Codes for Statistical Use, is a standard used by the United Nations for statistical purposes.

The GAUL code for France is 85. GAUL, or the Global Administrative Unit Layers, is a spatial database of administrative units for all countries worldwide. It is a project of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

The MARC code for France is fr. MARC, or machine-readable cataloging standards, are a set of digital formats for describing items cataloged by libraries, such as books, DVDs, and digital resources.

The FIPS code for France is FR. FIPS, or Federal Information Processing Standards, are publicly announced standards developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology for use in computer systems by non-military American government agencies and government contractors.

The WMO code for France is FR. WMO, or the World Meteorological Organization, is a specialized agency of the United Nations responsible for promoting international cooperation on atmospheric science, climatology, hydrology, and geophysics.

The IOC code for France is FRA. The International Olympic Committee uses three-letter abbreviation country codes to refer to each group of athletes that participate in the Olympic Games. Each geocode usually identifies a National Olympic Committee.

The EDGAR code for France is I0. EDGAR, or the Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval system, performs automated collection, validation, indexing, acceptance, and forwarding of submissions by companies and others who are required by law to file forms with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

The FIFA code for France is FRA. FIFA, or Fédration Internationale de Football Association (International Federation of Association Football), assigns a three-letter country code to each of its member and non-member countries as name abbreviations for countries and dependent areas in official competitions.

The GS1 GTIN code for France is 300-379. GS1 is a neutral, not-for-profit, international organization developing and maintaining standards, including barcodes. The most well-known of these standards is the barcode, a symbol printed on products that can be electronically scanned.

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