Salat (river)

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Salat
Salat a St. Girons.JPG
Origin Mont Rouch, Pyrenees
Mouth Garonne
43°9′40″N 0°57′58″E / 43.16111°N 0.96611°E / 43.16111; 0.96611 (Garonne-Salat)Coordinates: 43°9′40″N 0°57′58″E / 43.16111°N 0.96611°E / 43.16111; 0.96611 (Garonne-Salat)
Basin countries France
Length 75 km
Source elevation 2,500 m
Avg. discharge 43 m³/s
Basin area 1,570 km²

The Salat (Occitan: Salat) is a river in southern France, a right tributary of the Garonne. It rises in nine points above the hamlet Salau in the municipality Couflens, on the slopes of Mont Rouch, central Pyrenees. The former Gascon province of Couserans is based on its valley.

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