Cérou

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Cérou
Country France
Basin features
Main source near Saint-Jean-Delnous
530 m (1,740 ft)
44°03′21″N 02°28′33″E / 44.05583°N 2.47583°E / 44.05583; 2.47583
River mouth Aveyron
128 m (420 ft)
44°08′21″N 01°52′32″E / 44.13917°N 1.87556°E / 44.13917; 1.87556Coordinates: 44°08′21″N 01°52′32″E / 44.13917°N 1.87556°E / 44.13917; 1.87556
Progression AveyronTarnGaronneAtlantic Ocean
Basin size 503 km2 (194 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 87.4 km (54.3 mi)
Discharge
  • Average rate:
    4.13 m3/s (146 cu ft/s)

The Cérou (French: le Cérou) is an 87.4 km (54.3 mi) long river in the Aveyron and Tarn départements, southern France. Its source is at Saint-Jean-Delnous, 1.8 km (1.1 mi) northwest of the village. It flows generally west-northwest. It is a left tributary of the Aveyron River into which it flows at Milhars, 1.4 km (0.87 mi) north of the village.

Départements and communes along its course[edit]

It flows generally west through the following départements and communes ordered from source to mouth:

Tributaries[edit]

Le Farruel (12.5 km), la Boutescure (15.4 km), le Céroc (17.6 km), le Candou, le Céret (28.5 km), la Zère, l'Aymer (12,2 km), le Bonnan.

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