Curone

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Curone
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The Curone at Brignano-Frascata in May 2006
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Location of the stream
Country Italy
Basin features
Main source Monte Garave
1,500 m (4,900 ft)
River mouth Po near Casei Gerola
Physical characteristics
Length 59.482 km (36.960 mi)[1]
Discharge
  • Average rate:
    3.7 m3/s (130 cu ft/s)

The Curone (in Piedmontese and in Lombard Cròu) is a torrent which flows for some 50 km) through the Italian regions Lombardy and Piedmont. It is a right tributary of the river Po.

The source of the river is at an elevation of some 1,500 m on Monte Garave and close to the border between Piedmont and Lombardy.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sito dell'Autorità di bacino del fiume Po

Coordinates: 45°03′56″N 8°55′57″E / 45.0656°N 8.9325°E / 45.0656; 8.9325