Arrone (river)

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The Arrone is an Italian river that flows into the Tyrrhenian Sea.[1] Its source is Lake Bracciano. The river flows out of the lake by Anguillara Sabazia and enters the Tyrrhenian Sea near Maccarese and Fregene, localities in the commune of Fiumicino.

There is another Italian river named 'Arrone' that flows into the Tyrrhenian Sea. Its source is near Piansano.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Times (1985), Atlas of the World: Comprehensive Edition, Times Books, Plate 79 (E4).
  2. ^ The Times (1985), Atlas of the World: Comprehensive Edition, Times Books, Plate 79 (F5).