Arrats

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Arrats
L'Isle-Arné (Gers, Fr) moulin sur un bras de l'Arrats.JPG
The river in L'Isle-Arné
Origin Plateau de Lannemezan
Mouth Garonne
44°5′42″N 0°50′48″E / 44.09500°N 0.84667°E / 44.09500; 0.84667 (Garonne-Arrats)Coordinates: 44°5′42″N 0°50′48″E / 44.09500°N 0.84667°E / 44.09500; 0.84667 (Garonne-Arrats)
Basin countries France
Length 162 km

The Arrats is a 162 km long river in southern France, left tributary of the Garonne. Its source is in the northern foothills of the Pyrenees, near Sariac-Magnoac. It flows north through the following départements and towns:

The Arrats is flewing into the Réservoir de l'Astarac

It flows into the Garonne near Valence, between Castelsarrasin and Agen.

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