Clarence (river)

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Clarence
Origin Picardie
Mouth Lys
50°38′16″N 2°38′45″E / 50.63778°N 2.64583°E / 50.63778; 2.64583 (Lys-Clarence)Coordinates: 50°38′16″N 2°38′45″E / 50.63778°N 2.64583°E / 50.63778; 2.64583 (Lys-Clarence)
Basin countries France
Length 32 km

The Clarence is a river in northern France whose 32 km course crosses the département of Pas-de-Calais.

Its source is near the village of Sains-lès-Pernes. It flows through the communes of Sachin, Pernes, Calonne-Ricouart, Calonne-sur-la-Lys and Gonnehem, finally joining the Lys near Merville.

It has two tributaries, the Nave and the Grand Nocq.

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