Dropt

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Dropt
Loubens.jpg
Moulin de Loubens sur le Dropt
Origin Pyrenees
44°41′9″N 0°57′24″E / 44.68583°N 0.95667°E / 44.68583; 0.95667
Mouth Garonne
44°34′58″N 0°6′35″W / 44.58278°N 0.10972°W / 44.58278; -0.10972Coordinates: 44°34′58″N 0°6′35″W / 44.58278°N 0.10972°W / 44.58278; -0.10972
Length 125 km (78 mi)
Source elevation 239 m (784 ft)
Avg. discharge 4.5 m3/s
Basin area 1,500 km2 (580 sq mi)

The Dropt is a river in Aquitaine, France. It is a right tributary to the Garonne.

Geography[edit]

The source of the Dropt is located near Capdrot in the Dordogne. The drainage basin covers the area between the valleys of the Lot River and the Dordogne River.

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