Loup (river)

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This article is about the river Loup in southeast France. For the Loup River in Nebraska, USA, see Loup River.
Loup
Gorges du Loup.jpg
Native name La Liane
Country France
Basin features
Main source Montagne de l'Audibergue (Alpes-Maritimes)
43°46′3″N 6°47′20″E / 43.76750°N 6.78889°E / 43.76750; 6.78889
River mouth Mediterranean Sea
43°38′35″N 7°8′41″E / 43.64306°N 7.14472°E / 43.64306; 7.14472Coordinates: 43°38′35″N 7°8′41″E / 43.64306°N 7.14472°E / 43.64306; 7.14472
Physical characteristics
Length 49 km (30 mi)

The Loup is a river in the Alpes-Maritimes département, France. With a length of 49 kilometres (30 mi), it ends in the Mediterranean Sea in Villeneuve-Loubet, near Cagnes-sur-Mer. It takes its source in Andon.

The Loup flows through the following cities and villages (source to mouth):

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