Bouzanne

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Bouzanne
PontDeBoisCouvertSurLaBouzanne.JPG
wooden covered bridge over the Bouzanne at Le Pont-Chrétien-Chabenet
Country France
Basin features
Main source in Aigurande
385 m (1,263 ft)
46°27′06″N 01°48′34″E / 46.45167°N 1.80944°E / 46.45167; 1.80944
River mouth Creuse
95 m (312 ft)
46°37′33″N 01°27′51″E / 46.62583°N 1.46417°E / 46.62583; 1.46417Coordinates: 46°37′33″N 01°27′51″E / 46.62583°N 1.46417°E / 46.62583; 1.46417
Progression CreuseVienneLoireAtlantic Ocean
Basin size 596 km2 (230 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 84.5 km (52.5 mi)
Discharge
  • Average rate:
    3.23 m3/s (114 cu ft/s)

The Bouzanne (French: la Bouzanne) is an 84.5 kilometres (52.5 mi) long river in the Indre département of central France, and is a tributary of the Creuse. Its source is in the commune of Aigurande, 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi) northwest of the town itself, near the hamlet of la Bouzanne. It flows generally northwest, going northwards from its source up to Arthon, then southwest to the confluence where it enters the Creuse at the right-hand side of the flow (with forwards being downstream), 1.3 kilometres (0.81 mi) southwest of the village centre of Le Pont-Chrétien-Chabenet.

Communes along its course[edit]

The following list is ordered from source to mouth : Aigurande, La Buxerette, Montchevrier, Cluis, Mouhers, Neuvy-Saint-Sépulchre, Tranzault, Lys-Saint-Georges, Buxières-d'Aillac, Jeu-les-Bois, Arthon, Velles, Tendu, Mosnay, Saint-Marcel, Chasseneuil, Le Pont-Chrétien-Chabenet

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