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Agly

The Agly River is a river in southern France. It flows mostly to the southeast through the Plain of Roussillon, in the region of Occitanie. It ends in the Mediterranean Sea. On its way to the Mediterranean Sea, it flows through the departments of ...

                                               

Agout

The Agout or Agoût is a river in southwestern France, left tributary of the Tarn river. It flows through the Occitanie region. Three communes have the name of the river in their names: La Salvetat-sur-Agout, Fraisse-sur-Agout and Vielmur-sur-Agout.

                                               

Ain (river)

The Ain is a river in eastern France. It is a right tributary of the Rhone river. It gave its name to the French department of Ain.

                                               

Aisne (river)

The Aisne is a river in northeastern France. It is a left tributary of the Oise river. It gave its name to the French department of Aisne. It was known in Roman times with its Celtic name of Axona.

                                               

Alagnon

The Alagnon is a French river that starts in the Massif Central within the Regional Natural Park of the Volcanoes of Auvergne and that flows through the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes region. It is a left tributary of the Allier.

                                               

Allier (river)

The Allier is a river in central France, left tributary of the Loire River. It flows through several regions. The Allier department is named after this river. In Ancient Rome, the river was named Elaver.

                                               

Ardeche (river)

The Ardeche is a 125-kilometre long river in south-central France, a right-bank tributary of the River Rhone. The river gives its name to the French department of Ardeche.

                                               

Ariege (river)

The Ariege is a 163 km long river in the south of France and a right tributary of the Garonne. The Ariege department is named after this river.

                                               

Armançon

The Armançon is a river in France. It is a right tributary of the Yonne river. It flows mostly through the Bourgogne-Franche-Comte region. Eight communes have the name of the river in their names: Aisy-sur-Armançon, Argenteuil-sur-Armançon, Brien ...

                                               

Arre (river)

The Arre starts in the commune of Alzon, Gard department in the Cevennes National Park between the places called Roc de Berdu, Boucaret and Case Vieille, at an altitude of about 750 m 2.461 ft. From here, the river flows in general to the east. T ...

                                               

Arros (river)

The Arros is a river in southwestern France that flows through the Hautes-Pyrenees and Gers departments, in the Occitanie region. The Arros is a right tributary of the Adour river. The valleys of the Arros and of the Adour rivers were part of the ...

                                               

Arroux

The Arroux river starts in Culetre commune in the south of the Cote-dOr) department, at an altitude of about 430 m 1.411 ft. From here, the Arroux flows first to the west and then to the southwest. The Arroux river flows through 2 regions and 3 d ...

                                               

Aube (river)

The source of the Aube river is in the Langres Plateau, in the commune of Praslay, at an altitude of about 390 m 1.280 ft, in the Haute-Marne department. The Aube river flows through 2 regions, 4 departments and 80 communes. It flows through the ...

                                               

Aude (river)

The Aude is a river of southern French. It starts in the Pyrenees mountains and ends in the Mediterranean Sea. The Aude department is named after this river. In Roman times, the Aude was called Atax by the Romans. In all likelihood the current na ...

                                               

Aveyron (river)

The source of the Aveyron is in southern Massif Central, near the commune of Severac-le-Chateau, in the Aveyron department, at an altitude of 735 m 2.411 ft. The Aveyron passes through the departments and towns of: Tarn: Penne Tarn-et-Garonne: Sa ...

                                               

Baïse

The Baïse or Grande Baïse is a French river that flows through the Hautes-Pyrenees, Gers and Lot-et-Garonne departments, in the Occitanie and Nouvelle-Aquitaine regions. The rivers source is in the Pyrenees and is a left tributary of the Garonne ...

                                               

Boutonne

The Boutonne is a river of western France that flows through the Deux-Sevres and Charente-Maritime departments, in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. It is a right tributary of the Charente river.

                                               

Brenne (river)

The Brenne is a river in eastern France. It is a right tributary of the Armançon river and flows through the Cote-dOr department in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comte region.

                                               

Bruche (river)

The Bruche starts in the Vosges mountains, at the western foot of the Climont mountain, in the commune of Urbeis, Bas-Rhin department, at an altitude of about 662 m 2.172 ft. From here, the Bruche flows first to the north and then turns to the no ...

                                               

Buech

The Buech is a river in southeastern France, a right tributary of the Durance. It is also called the Grand Buech in its upper course just to the confluence with the Petit Buech river.

                                               

Cele

The Cele is a river in southern France. It is a right tributary of the Lot river; it is the second largest tributary of the Lot, after the Truyere. Several communes have the name of the river in their names:Bagnac-sur-Cele, Marcilhac-sur-Cele, Sa ...

                                               

Cere

The Cere is a French river, in the Massif Central, that flows through the Cantal, Correze and Lot departments. It is a left tributary of the Dordogne and is the main river of the Cantal department. For about 20 km 12 mi, the Cere forms the border ...

                                               

Charente (river)

The Charente is a river in southwestern France that flows through the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. Two departments, Charente and Charente-Maritime, are named after the river. It rises in the Massif Central and flows into the Atlantic Ocean Bay of B ...

                                               

Cher (river)

The Cher is a river in central France. It is a left tributary of the Loire River. It flows through several regions of France. The Cher and Loir-et-Cher departments are named after this river.

                                               

Clain

The Clain river starts in the Charente department near the border with the Vienne department, in the place called Chapelle Beau Clain to the south of the commune of Hiesse, at an elevation of about 210 m 689 ft. From here, it flows to the north i ...

                                               

Correze (river)

The Correze is a river in southwestern France, left tributary of the Vezere river. The Correze department is named after this river.

                                               

Couesnon

The Couesnon River is a river. It starts in the departement of Mayenne in north-western France. It forms an estuary at Mont-Saint-Michel. Its last stretch is the border between the historical duchies of Normandy and Brittany. In the past, its cou ...

                                               

Creuse (river)

The Creuse is a river in western France that flows through the Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Centre-Val de Loire regions. It rises in the Massif Central and flows into the Vienne river, as a right tributary.

                                               

Dadou

The source of the Dadou is on the Monts de Lacaune, in the southern Massif Central, in the commune of Saint-Salvi-de-Carcaves, Tarn department, at an altitude of about 870 m 2.854 ft. The Agout flows, in general, to the west through the Tarn depa ...

                                               

Dordogne (river)

The Dordogne is a river in south-central and southwest France. The Dordogne river and its drainage basin was named as a Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO on 11 July 2012.

                                               

Dore (river)

The Dore is a river in central France in the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes region, in the Puy-de-Dome department. It is a right tributary of the Allier river and it is one of the three more important tributaries of the Allier river.

                                               

Doubs (river)

The Doubs is a river in eastern France and western Switzerland. It is a left tributary of the Saone river that flows through the Bourgogne-Franche-Comte region and the French-speaking Switzerland. The Doubs department is named after this river.

                                               

Dourbie

The source of the Dourbie is in the Cevennes National Park, on the southern side of Mont Aigoual in the commune of Arphy, in the Gard department, at an altitude of 1.290 m 4.232 ft. It flows generally to the west and, in its lower parts, flows th ...

                                               

Dronne

The Dronne is a river in southwestern France, right tributary of the Isle river. It flows through the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. Its name appears, in an old form, in two communes of the Dordogne departmentː Saint-Meard-de-Drone and Saint-Pardoux- ...

                                               

Drome (river)

The Drome is a river in southeastern France. It is a left tributary of the Rhone river. It gives its name to the French department of Drome.

                                               

Durance

The Durance is a river in southeastern France, a left tributary of the Rhone river. It is the longest river in Metropolitan France without a department named after it.

                                               

Echez

The Echez is a river in southwestern France that flows through in the Occitanie region. It is a left tributary of the Adour river, in the French department of Hautes-Pyrenees.

                                               

Gardon

The Gardon or Gard is a river in southeastern France, in the Lozere and Gard departments in the Occitanie region. It is a right tributary of the Rhone river. The Gard department is named after this river.

                                               

Gardon dAles

The Gardon dAles is a river in southeastern France, in the Lozere and Gard departments in the Occitanie region. It is a left tributary of the Gardon river.

                                               

Gartempe

The Gartempe is a French river that flows through the Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Centre-Val de Loire regions. It rises in the Massif Central and flows into the Creuse river, as a left tributary, in the Vienne department.

                                               

Gave de Pau

The Gave de Pau is a river of south-western France; it is a left tributary of the Adour river. It takes its name from the city Pau, through which it flows. The word gave is a name given to rivers on the mountains in regions of the western Pyrenee ...

                                               

Gelise

The Gelise is a river of south-western France that flows through the Gers, Landes and Lot-et-Garonne departments, in the Occitanie and Nouvelle-Aquitaine regions. It is a left tributary of the Baïse river.

                                               

Gers (river)

The Gers is a French river that flows through the Hautes-Pyrenees, Gers and Lot-et-Garonne departments, in the Occitanie and Nouvelle-Aquitaine regions. The Gers department is named after this river. The rivers source is in the Pyrenees and is a ...

                                               

Herault (river)

The Herault starts in the Col de Prat Peyrot on the Mont Aigoual, in the Cevennes, southeastern Massif Central, in the commune of Valleraugue, Gard department, at an altitude of about 1.370 m 4.495 ft. The Herault flows to the south, in general, ...

                                               

Ill (France)

The Ill is a river in France that flows through the plain of Alsace. It is an important left tributary of the Rhine river and the main river of Alsace. It flows through the Haut-Rhin and the Bas-Rhin departments in the Grand Est region.

                                               

Indre River

The Indre starts in the Monts de Saint-Marien, southwestern Massif Central, in the commune of Saint-Priest-la-Marche, in the south of the Cher department near the border with the Creuse department, at an altitude of about 405 m 1.329 ft. The Indr ...

                                               

Isle (river)

The Isle is a river of south-western France that flows through the Haute-Vienne, Dordogne and Gironde departments, in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. It is a right tributary of the Dordogne river.

                                               

Lede

The Lede is a river of south-western France that flows through the Lot-et-Garonne department, in the region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine. It is a right tributary of the Lot river.

                                               

Loing

The Loing is a river in central France. It is a left tributary of the Seine. It flows through three regions of France: Bourgogne-Franche-Comte, Centre-Val de Loire and Ile-de-France

                                               

Loir

The Loir is a river in central France. It is a left tributary of the Sarthe. It flows through two regions of France: Centre-Val de Loire and Pays de la Loire The Eure-et-Loir and Loir-et-Cher departments are named after this river.