Dourbie

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Dourbie is also a tributary of the Hérault river


Dourbie
Origin Cévennes
Mouth Tarn River
43°47′4″N 1°41′1″E / 43.78444°N 1.68361°E / 43.78444; 1.68361 (Tarn-Dourbie)Coordinates: 43°47′4″N 1°41′1″E / 43.78444°N 1.68361°E / 43.78444; 1.68361 (Tarn-Dourbie)
Basin countries France
Length 72 km

The Dourbie is a 72 km long river in southern France, left tributary of the Tarn River. Its source is north of Le Vigan, in the Cévennes. It flows generally west through the following départements and towns:

The Dourbie flows into the Tarn in Millau.

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