Ouvèze

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Ouvèze
BridgeVaison.jpg
Roman bridge over the Ouvèze in Vaison-la-Romaine.
Origin French Prealps
Mouth Rhône
43°59′23″N 4°51′9″E / 43.98972°N 4.85250°E / 43.98972; 4.85250 (Rhône-Ouvèze)Coordinates: 43°59′23″N 4°51′9″E / 43.98972°N 4.85250°E / 43.98972; 4.85250 (Rhône-Ouvèze)
Basin countries France
Length 93 km
Source elevation 830 m
Basin area 910 km²

The Ouvèze is river in southern France, left tributary of the Rhône. It rises in the southern French Prealps (the Baronnies), in the commune of Montauban-sur-l'Ouvèze. It flows into the Rhône in Sorgues, north of Avignon.

The Ouvèze passes through the following départements and towns:

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