Bévéra

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Bévéra
Origin Maritime Alps
Mouth Roya
43°49′19″N 7°35′3″E / 43.82194°N 7.58417°E / 43.82194; 7.58417 (Roya-Bévéra)Coordinates: 43°49′19″N 7°35′3″E / 43.82194°N 7.58417°E / 43.82194; 7.58417 (Roya-Bévéra)
Basin countries France

The Bévéra (in French) or Bevera (in Italian) (Beura in Occitan and Ligurian) is a river of southeastern France and northwestern Italy. Its source is in the Maritime Alps, near Moulinet in the French Alpes-Maritimes department. It flows generally southeast, through Sospel, crosses the Italian border (province of Imperia) and discharges into the river Roya, near Ventimiglia. Its length within France is 27 km.

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