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This article is about the French river Dard. For other uses, see Dard (disambiguation).
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Waterfall on the River Dard above Baume-les-Messieurs
Country France
Main source Reculée de Baume, Jura
46°41′25″N 5°38′20″E / 46.69028°N 5.63889°E / 46.69028; 5.63889
River mouth Seille
46°42′21″N 5°38′50″E / 46.70583°N 5.64722°E / 46.70583; 5.64722Coordinates: 46°42′21″N 5°38′50″E / 46.70583°N 5.64722°E / 46.70583; 5.64722
Progression SeilleSaôneRhôneMediterranean Sea
Physical characteristics
Length 2.10 km (1.30 mi)

The River Dard is a short (2.1 km) tributary of the River Seille in the department of Jura in France. The Dard rises in the steephead valley known as the Reculée de Baume, and flows through the valley to the village of Baume-les-Messieurs, where it joins the Seille. At its source there is a notable series of caves, which can be visited.