Beuvron (Loire)

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Beuvron
Candé-sur-Beuvron (Loir-et-Cher) confluence Beuvron-Loire.JPG
CountryFrance
Physical characteristics
Main sourceSologne
160 m (520 ft)
River mouthLoire
47°29′35″N 1°14′29″E / 47.49306°N 1.24139°E / 47.49306; 1.24139 (Loire-Beuvron)Coordinates: 47°29′35″N 1°14′29″E / 47.49306°N 1.24139°E / 47.49306; 1.24139 (Loire-Beuvron)
Length115 km (71 mi)
Basin features
ProgressionLoireAtlantic Ocean
Basin size1,440 km2 (560 sq mi)

The Beuvron is a 115 km (71 mi) long river in central France, a left tributary of the river Loire.[1] Its source is near the village of Coullons, southwest of Gien. The Beuvron flows generally west through the following departments and towns:

The Beuvron flows into the Loire at Candé-sur-Beuvron, near Chaumont-sur-Loire.

Tributaries[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sandre. "Fiche cours d'eau - Beuvron (K4--0220)".