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Encyclopedia > Lot River

The Lot is a French river, which rises in the Cévennes, flowing west through Quercy, where it flows into the Garonne near Agen, a total distance of roughly 300 miles. It gives its name to the Lot department.


Main tributaries

  • Bramont
  • Célé
  • Lémance
  • Lède

External links

  • Photographs of Lot river and departement (http://www.lodgephoto.com/galleries/FR/lot)

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Lot River - definition of Lot River in Encyclopedia (83 words)
Lot River - definition of Lot River in Encyclopedia
The Lot is a French river, which rises in the Cévennes, flowing west through Quercy, where it flows into the Garonne near Agen, a total distance of roughly 300 miles.
It gives its name to the Lot (département).
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