Isole

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Isole
Rivière Isole à Scaër au Pont Penvern.JPG
Isole (at Scaër)
Country France
Physical characteristics
Main source Brittany
River mouth Laïta
47°52′15″N 3°32′43″W / 47.87083°N 3.54528°W / 47.87083; -3.54528 (Laïta-Isole)Coordinates: 47°52′15″N 3°32′43″W / 47.87083°N 3.54528°W / 47.87083; -3.54528 (Laïta-Isole)
Length 48 km (30 mi)

The river Isole flows through the department of Finistère in the region of Brittany in France. It is 48.2 km (30.0 mi) long and its basin area is 227 km2 (88 sq mi).[1] Its source is near Roudouallec. Another town on the Isole is Scaër. At the town of Quimperlé it is joined by the Ellé to form the Laïta that flows into the Atlantic Ocean at Le Pouldu.

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