Cèze

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Cèze
Cascades Sautadet.jpg
Sautadet Rapids at La Roque-sur-Cèze
Country France
Basin
Main source Cévennes
River mouth Rhone
44°6′30″N 4°42′13″E / 44.10833°N 4.70361°E / 44.10833; 4.70361Coordinates: 44°6′30″N 4°42′13″E / 44.10833°N 4.70361°E / 44.10833; 4.70361
Progression RhôneMediterranean Sea
Physical characteristics
Length 128 km (80 mi)
The river by Montclus (Gard)

The Cèze is a French river, a tributary of the Rhone. It runs through the departments of Lozère and Gard in the Languedoc-Roussillon region. Its source is in the Cévennes mountains, near Saint-André-Capcèze. It flows through Bessèges, Saint-Ambroix, Bagnols-sur-Cèze, and it flows into the Rhone at Codolet, southwest of Orange.

Among its tributaries is the Aiguillon.

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