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For the British criminal, see Kenneth Noye.
La Faloise La Noye (à droite de la route, contrebas du château) 1.jpg
Mouth Avre
49°51′8″N 2°22′44″E / 49.85222°N 2.37889°E / 49.85222; 2.37889 (Avre-Noye)Coordinates: 49°51′8″N 2°22′44″E / 49.85222°N 2.37889°E / 49.85222; 2.37889 (Avre-Noye)
Basin countries France
Length 33 km

The Noye is a river in the Picardy region of northern France.

The Noye is located in the northern part of the Picard plateau. It is the left tributary of the Avre river, which is itself a left tributary of the Somme. The Noye starts near the commune of Vendeuil-Caply and extends to a length of 33 kilometres (21 mi). It flows through the departments of Oise and Somme at Breteuil and Ailly-sur-Noye, reentering the Avre at Boves, 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) southeast of Amiens.[1]


  1. ^ Sandre (2010). "River Noye" (in French). French National Service for Water Data and Common Repositories Management. Retrieved 13 May 2011.