Drôme (river)

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Drôme
Drôme.jpg
Origin French Prealps
Mouth Rhône
44°46′15″N 4°45′46″E / 44.77083°N 4.76278°E / 44.77083; 4.76278 (Rhône-Drôme)Coordinates: 44°46′15″N 4°45′46″E / 44.77083°N 4.76278°E / 44.77083; 4.76278 (Rhône-Drôme)
Basin countries France
Length 110 km
Avg. discharge 20 m³/s
Basin area 1,640 km²

The Drôme (Occitan: Droma), a river in southeastern France, has a length of 110 km long and is a left tributary of the Rhône River. Its source is in the western foothills of the Alps, near the village Valdrôme. It flows into the Rhône near Loriol-sur-Drôme, between Valence and Montélimar.

The Drôme flows through the following départements and towns:

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