Huveaune

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Huveaune
L'Huveaune (f)
SourcesHuveaune.jpg
The Huveaune in springtime
Location
CountryFrance
Physical characteristics
Source 
 - locationSainte-Baume
 - elevation590 m (1,940 ft)
Mouth 
 - location
Mediterranean Sea
Length48.3 km (30.0 mi)
Basin size500 km2 (190 sq mi)
Discharge 
 - average10 m3/s (350 cu ft/s)

The Huveaune (Occitan: Uveuna) is a small river in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region of southeastern France. It is 48.4 kilometres (30.1 mi) long and flows through the communes of La Penne-sur-Huveaune, Nans-les-Pins, Saint-Zacharie, Plan-d'Aups-Sainte-Baume, Auriol, Roquevaire, Aubagne, and the metropolitan area of Marseille.[1]

The Huveaune rises in the Castelette cave at 590 metres (1,940 ft) in the Sainte-Baume mountain range, and discharges into the Mediterranean Sea at Marseille.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sandre (2010). "La Huveaune (Y44-0400)". Eaufrance.fr (in French). Office national de l’eau et des milieux aquatiques. Retrieved 2 April 2012.

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Coordinates: 43°16′N 5°22′E / 43.267°N 5.367°E / 43.267; 5.367