Alagnon

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Alagnon
Alagnon et Alagnonnette.jpg
Country France
Physical characteristics
Main source Massif Central
River mouth Allier
45°27′5″N 3°18′14″E / 45.45139°N 3.30389°E / 45.45139; 3.30389 (Allier-Alagnon)Coordinates: 45°27′5″N 3°18′14″E / 45.45139°N 3.30389°E / 45.45139; 3.30389 (Allier-Alagnon)
Length 85.9 km (53.4 mi)
Basin features
Progression AllierLoireAtlantic Ocean

The Alagnon (Alanhon in Occitan), also spelled Allagnon, is an 85.9-kilometre-long (53.4 mi) river in central France, a left tributary of the river Allier.[1] Its source is near the village Laveissière, near the Plomb du Cantal, in the Massif Central. The Alagnon flows generally northeast through the following départements and towns:

The Alagnon flows into the river Allier at Auzat-la-Combelle.

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