Agout

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Agout
France - Giroussens - vallée de l'Agout.jpg
Origin Massif Central
Mouth Tarn River
43°47′4″N 1°41′1″E / 43.78444°N 1.68361°E / 43.78444; 1.68361 (Tarn-Agout)Coordinates: 43°47′4″N 1°41′1″E / 43.78444°N 1.68361°E / 43.78444; 1.68361 (Tarn-Agout)
Basin countries France
Length 195 km (121 mi)
Avg. discharge 55 m3/s (1,900 cu ft/s)
Basin area 3,500 km2 (1,400 sq mi)

The Agout (Occitan: Agot) is a 195-kilometre (121 mi) long river in south-western France, left tributary of the Tarn River. Its source is in the southern Massif Central, in the Parc naturel régional du Haut-Languedoc. It flows generally west through the following départements and towns:

The Agout flows into the Tarn River in Saint-Sulpice.

Among its tributaries are the Dadou, the Gijou and the Thoré.

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