Grand Morin

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Grand Morin
Basin
Main source Champagne
River mouth Marne
48°54′1″N 2°49′50″E / 48.90028°N 2.83056°E / 48.90028; 2.83056 (Marne-Grand Morin)Coordinates: 48°54′1″N 2°49′50″E / 48.90028°N 2.83056°E / 48.90028; 2.83056 (Marne-Grand Morin)
Size 1,180 km2 (460 sq mi)
Country France
Physiognomy
Length 118 km (73 mi)
Discharge
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The Grand Morin is a 118-kilometre (73 mi) long river in France, left tributary of the Marne. Its source is near the village of Lachy. Its course crosses the departments of Marne and Seine-et-Marne. It flows westwards through the towns of Esternay, La Ferté-Gaucher, Coulommiers and Crécy-la-Chapelle, finally flowing into the Marne in Esbly.

Its main tributary is the Aubetin.

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