The Dadou at Briatexte.
860 m (2,820 ft)
110 m (360 ft)
|Progression||Agout→ Tarn→ Garonne→ Atlantic Ocean|
|Basin size||858 km2 (331 sq mi)|
|Length||115.9 km (72.0 mi)|
The Dadou (French: le Dadou) is a 115.9 km (72.0 mi) long river in the Tarn département, southern France. Its source is near Saint-Salvi-de-Carcavès. It flows generally west. It is a right tributary of the Agout into which it flows near Ambres.
Communes along its course
The Dadou flows west, crossing the Tarn département, through the following communes, ordered from source to mouth: Saint-Salvi-de-Carcavès, Le Masnau-Massuguiès, Lacaze, Paulinet, Rayssac, Mont-Roc, Teillet, Le Travet, Arifat, Saint-Antonin-de-Lacalm, Montredon-Labessonnié, Saint-Lieux-Lafenasse, Vénès, Réalmont, Saint-Genest-de-Contest, Lombers, Laboutarie, Montdragon, Saint-Julien-du-Puy, Graulhet, Briatexte, Saint-Gauzens, Puybegon, Giroussens, Ambres
- This article is based on the equivalent article from the French Wikipedia, consulted on February 25th 2009.
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