Doller (river)

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Doller
Origin Vosges Mountains
Mouth Ill
47°45′56″N 7°19′51″E / 47.76556°N 7.33083°E / 47.76556; 7.33083 (Ill-Doller)Coordinates: 47°45′56″N 7°19′51″E / 47.76556°N 7.33083°E / 47.76556; 7.33083 (Ill-Doller)
Basin countries France
Length 47 km
Source elevation 940 m

The Doller is a river in Alsace (Haut-Rhin), in north-eastern France. It is a left tributary of the Ill (a tributary of the Rhine), in Mulhouse.

The source of the Doller is in the Vosges Mountains, east of the Ballon d'Alsace, at 940 m elevation. It flows generally east, through the towns Sewen, Dolleren, Masevaux, Sentheim, Reiningue, before it enters the Ill in Mulhouse.

A "Doller" can also refer to a string, tied in the doll knot.

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