|Length||91 km (57 mi)|
|Source elevation||300 m (980 ft)|
|Mouth elevation||62 m (203 ft)|
|Avg. discharge||12.5 m3/s (440 cu ft/s) at mouth|
|Basin area||1,660 km2 (640 sq mi)|
The Anglin is a 91 km (57 mi) long river in the Creuse, Indre and Vienne départements in central France. Its source is near Azerables. It flows generally northwest. It is a right tributary of the Gartempe into which it flows near Angles-sur-l'Anglin.
The Anglin is one of France's few remaining "wild rivers" (rivers which have never been dammed). Anglin Castle is an 11th Century castle located high above the banks of the Anglin River in the town of Angles-sur-l'Anglin.
Départements and communes along its course
The following list is ordered from source to mouth :
- Creuse: Azerables
- Indre: Mouhet, La Châtre-Langlin, Chaillac, Dunet, Lignac, Chalais, Bélâbre, Mauvières, Saint-Hilaire-sur-Benaize, Concremiers, Ingrandes, Mérigny
- Vienne: Saint-Pierre-de-Maillé, Angles-sur-l'Anglin
- This article is based on the equivalent article from the French Wikipedia, consulted on February 24, 2009.
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