Crottes-en-Pithiverais

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Crottes-en-Pithiverais is a commune in the Loiret department in north-central France. It is located in the Centre-Val de Loire region, which is known for its rich history and diverse natural landscapes. The commune is part of the Pithiverais natural region, an area characterized by its agricultural activities and rural landscapes.

Geography[edit | edit source]

Crottes-en-Pithiverais is situated in the northern part of the Loiret department, close to the border with the Eure-et-Loir department. The commune is part of the Pithiverais natural region, a rural area known for its agricultural landscapes. The terrain in Crottes-en-Pithiverais is predominantly flat, with fields and pastures covering a large part of the commune's territory.

History[edit | edit source]

The history of Crottes-en-Pithiverais dates back to the Middle Ages, when the area was part of the historic province of Orléanais. The commune was officially established in the 19th century, following the administrative reforms implemented during the French Revolution.

Demographics[edit | edit source]

As of the latest census, Crottes-en-Pithiverais has a population of approximately 200 residents. The commune has a relatively low population density, reflecting its rural character and agricultural vocation.

Economy[edit | edit source]

The economy of Crottes-en-Pithiverais is primarily based on agriculture. The commune is part of the Pithiverais natural region, an area known for its agricultural production, particularly cereals and other field crops.

See also[edit | edit source]

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