Category:Aveyron River

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Aveyron 
river in France, tributary of the Tarn
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Instance of
Location
  • France
Length
  • 290.9 km
Elevation above sea level
  • 75 m
Mouth of the watercourse
Drainage basin
  • Aveyron basin
Tributary
  • Vère
  • Viaur
  • Cérou
  • Serène
  • Bonnette
  • Serre
  • Alzou
  • Lère
  • Lenne
  • Q2872375
  • Baye
  • Briane
  • Brienne
  • Grand Mortarieu
  • Merdans
  • Olip
  • Tauge
  • Trégou
  • Assou
  • Favasse
Different from
44° 16′ 25.68″ N, 3° 02′ 33.72″ E
Authority control
Wikidata Q751887
GND ID: 4453171-0
Bibliothèque nationale de France ID: 125389083
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The Aveyron is a river in the south of the Central Massive, France, which flows into Tarn river.

(Note: Another river in France is also called l'Aveyron; it is a tributary of the Loing river and runs in the Yonne and Loiret departements.)

Subcategories

This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.

Media in category "Aveyron River"

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