Cosson

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Cosson
Le Cosson à Candé-sur-Beuvron - 00.jpg
The Cosson at Candé-sur-Beuvron
Country France
Physical characteristics
Main source Sologne
134 m (440 ft)
47°41′50″N 02°14′58″W / 47.69722°N 2.24944°W / 47.69722; -2.24944
River mouth Beuvron
64 m (210 ft)
47°29′41″N 1°15′3″E / 47.49472°N 1.25083°E / 47.49472; 1.25083 (Beuvron-Cosson)Coordinates: 47°29′41″N 1°15′3″E / 47.49472°N 1.25083°E / 47.49472; 1.25083 (Beuvron-Cosson)
Length 96.4 km (59.9 mi)
Basin features
Progression BeuvronLoireAtlantic Ocean

The Cosson is a 96.4-kilometre (59.9 mi) long river in central France, a right tributary of the river Beuvron.[1] Its source is near the village of Vannes-sur-Cosson in the Sologne. The Cosson flows through the following departments and communes:

The château de Chambord is built in one curve of the Cosson. The Cosson flows into the river Beuvron in Candé-sur-Beuvron, less than 1 kilometre (0.6 mi) from its confluence with the Loire.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Sandre. "Fiche cours d'eau - Cosson (K47-0300)".