Created 2012-04-05 21:20:00
Updated 2012-04-06 20:36:39
Chile is a country on the continent South America, her capital is Santiago. Here is the hierarchy of the Chile administrative divisions: Chile is subdivided into regions, that are at their turn subdivided into provinces, that are at their turn subdivided into communes, that are at their turn subdivided into cities, towns and villages.
How French name their localities: department, city, town, district ? You find also their zipcode. The cities, towns in France are all called communes with a Mayer as administtrative chief, independently of its population and town size. Sometime, a town with only 3 souls has a mayer.
|City/Town in French||Puente-Alto|
|City/Town in Chinese||普恩特-尔托|
|City/Town in Spanish||Puente-Alto|
|City/Town in Italian||Puente-Alto|
|City/Town in Portuguese||Puente-Alto|
|City/Town in Germain||Puente-Alto|
|Pinyin||pǔ ēn tè ěr tuō|
This is very different from the Chinese calling. There one has Chief of Village, Chief of Town, Chief of City.
In France, the zipcode is generally composed of 5 digits, of which the first two are the code of the departement that it belongs to.