Yvette

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Yvette
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Yvette river downtown Orsay
Mouth Orge
48°40′2″N 2°20′18″E / 48.66722°N 2.33833°E / 48.66722; 2.33833 (Orge-Yvette)Coordinates: 48°40′2″N 2°20′18″E / 48.66722°N 2.33833°E / 48.66722; 2.33833 (Orge-Yvette)
Basin countries France
Length 39 km

The Yvette is a small river in southern Île-de-France (France), left tributary of the Orge, which is a tributary of the Seine. Its source is in Les Essarts-le-Roi, north of Rambouillet, in the Yvelines department. Various communes of the Essonne département are named after it: Bures-sur-Yvette, Gif-sur-Yvette and Villebon-sur-Yvette.

The Yvette crosses the following départements and towns:

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