Austreberthe

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Austreberthe
Source austreberthe.jpg
The Austreberthe
Origin Normandy
Mouth Seine
49°28′42″N 0°52′17″E / 49.47833°N 0.87139°E / 49.47833; 0.87139 (Seine-Austreberthe)Coordinates: 49°28′42″N 0°52′17″E / 49.47833°N 0.87139°E / 49.47833; 0.87139 (Seine-Austreberthe)
Basin countries France
Length 18 km

The Austreberthe is an 18-km river in the Seine-Maritime. Its source is the village of Sainte-Austreberthe. It meets the Seine at Duclair.

The Austreberthe is crossed by the Barentin Viaduct, a noteworthy 30 metre high brick railway bridge built in 1846, about 19-km from Rouen.

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