Germ


Germ
Germ
País Bandera de Francia Francia
• Región Mediodía-Pirineos
• Departamento Altos Pirineos
• Distrito distrito de Bagnères-de-Bigorre
• Cantón cantón de Bordères-Louron
• Mancomunidad
Ubicación 42°47′39″N 0°25′36″E / 42.7941666667, 0.426666666667Coordenadas: 42°47′39″N 0°25′36″E / 42.7941666667, 0.426666666667
• Altitud 1300 msnm
(mín.: 1160 m, máx.: 2683 m)
Superficie 12,55 km²
Población 36 hab. (2006)
• Densidad 2,87 hab./km²
Código postal 65510
Alcalde
Código INSEE 65199
Ubicación de Germ en Francia

Germ es una población y comuna francesa, situada en la región de Mediodía-Pirineos, departamento de Altos Pirineos, en el distrito de Bagnères-de-Bigorre y cantón de Bordères-Louron.

Demografía

Datos de población
1962 1968 1975 1982 1990 1999 2006
41 44 44 42 31 25 36
Para los censos de 1962 a 1999 la población legal corresponde a la población sin duplicidades, según define el INSEE.

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  • germ — (n.) mid 15c., bud, sprout; 1640s, rudiment of a new organism in an existing one, from M.Fr. germe germ (of egg); bud, seed, fruit; offering, from L. germen (gen. germinis) sprout, bud, perhaps from PIE root *gen to beget, bear (see GENUS (Cf.… …   Etymology dictionary

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