Créquoise

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Créquoise
Country France
Basin features
Main source Pas-de-Calais
River mouth Canche
50°25′44″N 1°54′7″E / 50.42889°N 1.90194°E / 50.42889; 1.90194 (Canche-Créquoise)Coordinates: 50°25′44″N 1°54′7″E / 50.42889°N 1.90194°E / 50.42889; 1.90194 (Canche-Créquoise)
Progression CancheEnglish Channel
Physical characteristics
Length 15 km (9 mi)

The river Créquoise is one of the small streams that flow from the plateau of the southern Boulonnais and Picardy, into the Canche.

The river rises at Créquy and passes by Torcy, Lebiez, Hesmond, Offin, Loison-sur-Créquoise and joins the Canche at Beaurainville. Three small tributaries join the Créquoise, the Fosse du Corval, L'Embrienne and le Surgeon

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