Gave d'Oloron

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Gave d'Oloron
Gave d'Oloron in Sauveterre-de-Bearn.jpg
The Gave d'Oloron in Sauveterre-de-Béarn
Country France
Basin features
Main source Pyrenees
River mouth Gave de Pau
43°32′24″N 1°5′24″W / 43.54000°N 1.09000°W / 43.54000; -1.09000 (Gave de Pau-Gave d'Oloron)Coordinates: 43°32′24″N 1°5′24″W / 43.54000°N 1.09000°W / 43.54000; -1.09000 (Gave de Pau-Gave d'Oloron)
Progression Gaves réunisAdourAtlantic Ocean
Physical characteristics
Length 149 km (93 mi)
The Gave d'Oloron

The Gave d'Oloron is a river of south-western France near the border with Spain. It takes its name from the city Oloron-Sainte-Marie, where it is formed from the rivers Gave d'Aspe and Gave d'Ossau. It joins the Gave de Pau in Peyrehorade to form the Gaves réunis, a tributary of the Adour. The Gave d'Oloron is used for fishing.

The Gave d'Oloron flows through the following départements and towns:

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