Alagnon

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Alagnon
Country France
Basin features
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)
Progression AllierLoireAtlantic Ocean
Physical characteristics
Length 86 km (53 mi)

The Alagnon (Alanhon in Occitan), also spelled Allagnon, is an 86-kilometre-long (53 mi) river in central France, a left tributary of the river Allier. 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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