Golo (river)

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Golo
Ponte-novu1.jpg
old Golo bridge near Castello-di-Rostino
Country France
Basin features
Main source central Corsica
River mouth Tyrrhenian Sea
42°31′23″N 9°32′5″E / 42.52306°N 9.53472°E / 42.52306; 9.53472 (Tyrrhenian Sea-Golo)Coordinates: 42°31′23″N 9°32′5″E / 42.52306°N 9.53472°E / 42.52306; 9.53472 (Tyrrhenian Sea-Golo)
Physical characteristics
Length 90 km (56 mi)

The Golo is the longest (90 kilometres (56 mi)) river on the island of Corsica, France. Its source is in the mountainous middle of the island, south of Monte Cinto. It flows generally northeast, through Calacuccia and Ponte-Leccia, and ends in the Tyrrhenian Sea approximately 20 km south of Bastia, near the Bastia - Poretta Airport. Its entire course is in the Haute-Corse département.

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