Belles-Dames

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Belles-Dames
Belles Dames papeterie Vaux aval.JPG
Country France
Physical characteristics
Main source Corrèze department
River mouth Auvézère
45°23′13″N 1°14′26″E / 45.38694°N 1.24056°E / 45.38694; 1.24056 (Auvézère-Belles-Dames)Coordinates: 45°23′13″N 1°14′26″E / 45.38694°N 1.24056°E / 45.38694; 1.24056 (Auvézère-Belles-Dames)
Length 13 km (8.1 mi)
Basin features
Progression AuvézèreIsleDordogneAtlantic Ocean

The Belles-Dames (also known as the Orne[1]) is a small river in the Corrèze and Dordogne departments of southwestern France. It is a tributary of the Auvézère river, which is part of the Dordogne basin.[2] Its source is near Beyssenac, and it flows into the Auvézère near Payzac.[3]

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