Attert (river)

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Atert zu Useldeng.jpg
The Attert in Useldange
Attert River Map.png
Origin Thiaumont, Attert
Mouth Colmar-Berg 49°48′54″N 6°05′46″E / 49.814933°N 6.09612°E / 49.814933; 6.09612 (Attert mouth)
Progression AlzetteSauerMoselleRhineNorth Sea
Basin countries Belgium, Luxembourg
Length 38 km (24 mi)
Source elevation 406
Basin area 299 km2 (115 sq mi)
River system Rhine

The Attert (Luxembourgish: Atert) is a river flowing through Belgium and Luxembourg, left tributary of the Alzette. Its length is 38 km, of which 32 km are in Luxembourg, and 6 km in Belgium. Its source is in Nobressart, north-west of Arlon, in the Belgian province Luxembourg. It flows into the river Alzette at Colmar-Berg. It flows through the village of Attert in Belgium, and the towns of Redange, Useldange, Boevange-sur-Attert, and Bissen in Luxembourg.

Coordinates: 49°43′03″N 5°44′32″E / 49.7175°N 5.74222°E / 49.7175; 5.74222 (Attert origin)