The Ouanne at Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
|Length||84 km (52 mi)|
|Avg. discharge||4.8 m3/s (170 cu ft/s) at mouth|
|Basin area||950 km2 (370 sq mi)|
The Ouanne is an 84 km (52 mi) long river in central France, a right tributary of the Loing. Its source is near the small town Ouanne, about 20 km (12 mi) southwest of Auxerre. It flows generally northwest, and joins the Loing in Conflans-sur-Loing, near Amilly.
Its course crosses the following départements and towns:
- Yonne: Ouanne, Leugny, Moulins-sur-Ouanne, Toucy, Dracy, Villiers-Saint-Benoît, Grandchamp, Saint-Denis-sur-Ouanne, Malicorne, Saint-Martin-sur-Ouanne, Charny, Chêne-Arnoult
- Loiret: Douchy, Triguères, Château-Renard, Gy-les-Nonains, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Conflans-sur-Loing
- This article is based on the equivalent article from the French Wikipedia, consulted on January 14th 2009.
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