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Country France
Basin features
Main source Lessac
210 m (690 ft)
46°04′32″N 00°37′59″E / 46.07556°N 0.63306°E / 46.07556; 0.63306
River mouth Clain
85 m (279 ft)
46°26′18″N 00°17′09″E / 46.43833°N 0.28583°E / 46.43833; 0.28583Coordinates: 46°26′18″N 00°17′09″E / 46.43833°N 0.28583°E / 46.43833; 0.28583
Progression ClainVienneLoireAtlantic Ocean
Basin size 382 km2 (147 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 76.2 km (47.3 mi)
  • Average rate:
    2.55 m3/s (90 cu ft/s)

The Clouère (French: la Clouère, IPA: [la kluɛʁ]) is a 76.2 km (47.3 mi) long river in the Charente and Vienne départements, western France. Its source is at Lessac. It flows generally northwest. It is a right tributary of the Clain into which it flows between Château-Larcher and Aslonnes.

Départements and communes along its course[edit]

This list is ordered from source to mouth: