|region||Center-Val de Loire|
|Community association||Portes Euréliennes d'Île-de-France|
|Coordinates||48 ° 39 ′ N , 1 ° 32 ′ E|
|surface||13.01 km 2|
|Residents||4,084 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||314 inhabitants / km 2|
Nogent-le-Roi is a French municipality with 4084 inhabitants (at January 1, 2017) in the department of Eure-et-Loir in the region Center-Val de Loire ; it belongs to the Arrondissement Dreux and the canton Épernon and lies on the banks of the river Eure .
Charles I , Count of Valois , Titular King of Aragón and Valencia , Count of Barcelona , Count of Alençon , Chartres and Le Perche , papal vicar in Italy and governor of Romagna, died in Nogent-le-Roi on December 5 or 16, 1325 , Titular Emperor of Constantinople , Regent of France.
During the Second World War there was a field airfield to the south of the town , which the German Air Force only used more intensively between the end of June and mid-August 1944 when the II. Group of Jagdgeschwader 3 (II./JG 3) equipped with Bf 109G was located here.
|Sources: Cassini and INSEE|
Nogent-le-Roi has had a partnership with Heddesheim , a municipality in the Rhein-Neckar district in Germany , since 1974 .