Agly

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Agly
Basin
Main source Corbières
River mouth Mediterranean Sea
42°46′44″N 3°2′20″E / 42.77889°N 3.03889°E / 42.77889; 3.03889 (Mediterranean Sea-Agly)Coordinates: 42°46′44″N 3°2′20″E / 42.77889°N 3.03889°E / 42.77889; 3.03889 (Mediterranean Sea-Agly)
Size 903 km2 (349 sq mi)
Country France
Physiognomy
Length 82 km (51 mi)
Discharge
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The Agly River (Catalan: Aglí, Occitan: Aglin)is a river of southwestern France. Its source is in the Corbières hills, near Camps-sur-l'Agly. It flows through Saint-Paul-de-Fenouillet, Estagel, Rivesaltes and Saint-Laurent-de-la-Salanque before it flows into the Mediterranean Sea near Le Barcarès.

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