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The Andelle at Radepont
Country France
Basin features
Main source Serqueux
201 m (659 ft)
River mouth The Seine at Pîtres
49°18′40″N 1°13′28″E / 49.31111°N 1.22444°E / 49.31111; 1.22444Coordinates: 49°18′40″N 1°13′28″E / 49.31111°N 1.22444°E / 49.31111; 1.22444
Progression SeineEnglish Channel
Basin size 740 km2 (290 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 56.8 km (35.3 mi)
  • Average rate:
    7.2 m3/s (250 cu ft/s)

The Andelle is a river of Normandy, France, 56.8 kilometres (35.3 mi) in length,[1] flowing through the departments of Seine-Maritime and Eure.


The Andelle has its source in the Pays de Bray in the territory of the commune of Serqueux. Taking a southward journey, it flows through two French départements:

The average flow of the Andelle at Pitres, where it joins the Seine, is 7,2 m³ / second. .[2]


  • Albert Hennetier, Aux sources normandes: Promenade au fil des rivières en Seine-Maritime, Ed. Bertout, Luneray, 2006 ISBN 2867436230

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