Anger (river)

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Anger
Country France
Basin features
Main source near Dombrot-le-Sec, Vosges
River mouth Mouzon in Circourt-sur-Mouzon
48°16′57″N 5°41′59″E / 48.2825°N 5.6997°E / 48.2825; 5.6997 (Mouzon-Anger)Coordinates: 48°16′57″N 5°41′59″E / 48.2825°N 5.6997°E / 48.2825; 5.6997 (Mouzon-Anger)
Progression MouzonMeuseNorth Sea
Basin size 233 km2 (90 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 27.9 km (17.3 mi)

The Anger is a 27.9 km river in northeastern France which traverses Vosges in Lorraine. It rises in Dombrot-le-Sec and flows generally northwest to join the Mouzon at Circourt-sur-Mouzon.[1]

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