Upper Normandy is more "wild" ("sauvage" as the French say). You will not see many man-made landmarks, most are natural such as cliffs and valleys. Compared with Lower Normandy, there are few large cities. This part is mostly agriculture, so you will see many farms, tractors and livestock. Although this area is starting to become touristy, you will not find as many tourists here as you would in Lower Normandy.
Upper Normandy is divided into 2 "departements" (ie. states). The top one is called "Seine-Maritime" and has as number 76 (you can see the "departement" on vehicles by looking at the last 2 digits on a license plate). The "departement" more inland is called "Eure" and has the number 27. On the 12,000 square kilometers, there are 1.8 million people.
Each "departement" is divided into several "cantons".
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