Gard

Gard is a department in Southern France, located in the region of Occitania. It had a population of 742,006 as of 2016; its prefecture is . The department is named after the River; the Occitan name of the river, Gard, has been replacing the French name in recent decades, both administratively and among French speakers.
Photo: Marianne Casamance, CC BY-SA 4.0.

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is a city with a population of around 137,000 in the département of Gard in the south of . Photo: Kuebi, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a small town in , . Photo: Inkey, CC BY 2.5.

is a town in the region in southwest , with well preserved medieval city walls surrounding a historical centre. Photo: K.Weise, CC0.

is a town in in , best known for Roman aqueduct the Pont du Gard. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

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is a town in the region of Southeastern France. Photo: Liliane DELATTRE, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Gard

Latitude of center
44.0179° or 44° 1' 4.4" north
Longitude of center
4.2875° or 4° 17' 15" east
Population
718,000
Elevation
150 metres (492 feet)
Geo­Names ID
3016670

Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Gard
  • Arabic: Gard
  • Arabic: غارد
  • Aragonese: Gardon
  • Armenian: Գար
  • Arpitan: Gard
  • Asturian: Gard
  • Azerbaijani: Qar (departament)
  • Azerbaijani: Qar
  • Basque: Gard
  • Belarusian: Гар (дэпартамент)
  • Belarusian: Гар
  • Belarusian: дэпартамент Гар
  • Bengali: গার্ড
  • Breton: Gard
  • Bulgarian: Гар
  • Catalan: Gard
  • Cebuano: Gard
  • Chinese: Gard
  • Chinese: 加尔省
  • Chinese: 加爾
  • Chinese: 加爾省
  • Chuvash: Гар
  • Czech: Gard
  • Danish: Gard
  • Dutch: Gard (departement)
  • Dutch: Gard
  • Esperanto: Gard
  • Estonian: Gard'i departemang
  • Estonian: Gardi departemang
  • Finnish: Gard
  • French: 30
  • French: Département du Gard
  • French: Gard
  • Galician: Gard
  • Georgian: გარი
  • German: Département Gard
  • German: Gard
  • Greek: Γκαρ
  • Gujarati: ગાર્ડ
  • Hakka Chinese: Gard-sén
  • Hausa: Gard-sén
  • Hebrew: גאר
  • Hindi: गर्ड
  • Hungarian: Gard
  • Indonesian: Gard
  • Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Departimento Gard
  • Italian: Gard
  • Japanese: ガール県
  • Kannada: ಗಾರ್ಡ್
  • Kazakh: Гар
  • Kongo: Gard
  • Korean: 가르주
  • Ladino: Gard
  • Latin: Gardus
  • Latin: Vardo
  • Latvian: Gāra
  • Limburgan: Gard
  • Lithuanian: Garas
  • Lombard: Gard
  • Low German: Gard
  • Luxembourgish: Departement Gard
  • Macedonian: Гар
  • Malagasy: Gard
  • Malay: Gard
  • Marathi: गार्द
  • Min Nan Chinese: Gard
  • Mongolian: Гар
  • Mongolian: Гар аймаг
  • Northern Frisian: Gard
  • Northern Sami: Gard
  • Norwegian: Gard
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Gard
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Departementet Gard
  • Occitan (post 1500): Gard
  • Pampanga: Gard
  • Persian: گار
  • Piemontese: Dipartiment dël Gard
  • Polish: Gard
  • Portuguese: Gard
  • Romanian: Gard
  • Russian: Гар
  • Scots: Gard
  • Scottish Gaelic: Gard
  • Serbian: Гар
  • Serbo-Croatian: Gard
  • Sicilian: Gard
  • Sinhala: ගාර්ඩ්
  • Slovak: Gard
  • Slovenian: Gard
  • Spanish: Gard
  • Swahili: Gard
  • Swedish: Gard
  • Tajik: Департаменти Гар
  • Tamil: கார்ட்
  • Telugu: గార్డ్
  • Thai: จังหวัดการ์
  • Turkish: Gard
  • Ukrainian: Гар
  • Urdu: گار
  • Venetian: Gard
  • Vietnamese: Gard
  • Vlaams: Gard
  • Volapük: Gard
  • Waray (Philippines): Gard
  • Welsh: Gard
  • Western Panjabi: ضلع گارد
  • Wu Chinese: 加尔省
  • Yue Chinese: 加爾
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