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Encyclopedia > Rivers of France

This is an alphabetical list of rivers, which are at least partially located in France. Below, there is a list of rivers of France by tributaries.


Alphabetical list

Aa, Adour, Agoût, Aigre, Ain, Aisne, Allagnon, Allan, Allier, Alzette, Anse, Arc, Ardèche, Argens, Armançon, Ariège, Arly, Arrondine, Arros, Arroux, Arve, Aube, Aubette (Côte d'Or), Aubette (Rouen), Aubette de Magny, Aubette de Meulan, Aude, Aulne, Authie, Aveyron, Avre, Baïse, Bar, Besbre, Beuvron, Blavet, Bourbeuse, Bramont, Bray-de-Lû, Braye, Bresle, Brevenne, Cailly, Canche, Célé, Cère, Chaise, Charente, Charentonne, Cher, Chiers, Clain, Conie, Corrèze , Couesnon, Creuse, Cure, Deûle, Dives, Dordogne, Dore, Doron de Beaufort, Doubs, Dourbie, Drac, Drôme, Durance, Échez, Epte, Erdre, Escaut, Essonne, Eure, Flon, Furan or Furens, Gard or Gardon, Garonne, Gartempe, Gave de Pau, Gave d'Oloron, Gers, Gironde, Golo, Grand Morin, Hérault, Ill, Indre, Isère, Isle, Iton, Lède, Lémance, Leyre, Loing, Loir, Loire, Loiret, Lot, Loue, Lys, Madeleine, Maine, Marne, Mayenne, Meurthe, Meuse, Moselle, Nonette, Noye, Odet, Odon, Ognon, Oise, Orb, Orge, Ornain, Orne (2x), Ouche, Ourcq, Oust, Ozanne, Petit Morin, Puiseaux, Rance, Reyssouze, Rhine, Rhône, Risle or Rille, Robec, Saint-Nicolas, Sambre, Saône, Sarre/Saar, Sarthe, Sauldre, Saulx, Save, Scarpe, Seille, Seine, Selune, Semois/Semoy, Seudre, Sèvre Nantaise, Sèvre Niortaise, Sioule, Somme, Tarn, Tarnon, Tech, Têt, Tille, Touques, Trieux, Truyère, Var, Vendée, Verdon, Vesle, Veules, Vézère, Vidourle, Vienne, Vilaine, Vire, Yerre, Yèvre, Yonne, Yser, Yvette

Tributary list

Atlantic Ocean

  • Sèvre Niortaise (north of La Rochelle)
    • Vendée (in Marans)

The Channel

  • Canche (in Étaples)

Mediterranean Sea

  • Hérault (near Agde)

North Sea

  • Yser (in Nieuwpoort)


  • Anse (Allier?)
  • Aulne
  • Blavet
  • Bray-de-Lû
  • Brevenne (Saône?)
  • Leyre
  • Nonette
  • Selune
  • Trieux
  • Vidourle

See also

  Results from FactBites:
France - MSN Encarta (1284 words)
Roughly hexagonal in shape, France shares boundaries with Belgium and Luxembourg to the northeast; Germany, Switzerland, and Italy to the east; and Spain and Andorra to the southwest.
France faces three major seas: the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the North Sea to the north, and the Mediterranean Sea to the southeast.
France is a nation of varied landscapes, ranging from coastal lowlands and broad plains in the north, to hilly uplands in south central France, to lush valleys and towering, snow-capped Alps in the east.
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