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Country France
Basin features
Main source Clères
178 m (584 ft)
River mouth The Cailly River at Montville
49°54′N 1°07′E / 49.900°N 1.117°E / 49.900; 1.117Coordinates: 49°54′N 1°07′E / 49.900°N 1.117°E / 49.900; 1.117
Basin size 67 km2 (26 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 10 km (6.2 mi)
  • Average rate:
    0.63 m3/s (22 cu ft/s)

The Clérette is a river of Normandy, France, 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) in length,[1] flowing through the department of Seine-Maritime.


The Clérette has its source in the northern part of the territory of the commune of Clères. Taking a southern route, it passes the hamlet of Le Tot then flows through the commune of Anceaumeville, meeting the Cailly River at Montville.

The average flow of the Clérette at Montville, where it joins the Cailly River, is 3 m³ / second. .[2]

See also[edit]


  • Albert Hennetier, Aux sources normandes: Promenade au fil des rivières en Seine-Maritime, Ed. Bertout, Luneray, 2006 ISBN 2867436230


  1. ^ Fiche de la Clérette
  2. ^ Fiche de la Clérette on the SANDRE website. Consulted 11 June 2008.

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