Cère

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For the town in France, see Cère, Landes.
Cère
CERE at Lamativie.JPG
Cère gorge near Lamativie, where it forms the Corrèze/Lot border, showing hydroelectric barrage.
Origin Massif Central
Mouth Dordogne River
44°54′33″N 1°48′45″E / 44.90917°N 1.81250°E / 44.90917; 1.81250 (Dordogne-Cère)Coordinates: 44°54′33″N 1°48′45″E / 44.90917°N 1.81250°E / 44.90917; 1.81250 (Dordogne-Cère)
Basin countries France
Length 120 km

The Cère is a 120 km (75 mi) long river in south-western France, left tributary of the Dordogne River. Its source is in the south-western Massif Central, near the mountain Plomb du Cantal. It flows generally west through the following départements and towns:

The Cère flows into the Dordogne River near Bretenoux.

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