Midou

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Midou
MDM Douze.JPG
The Midou in Mont-de-Marsan
downriver of the donjon Lacataye
Country France
Basin features
Main source Gers
River mouth Midouze
43°53′29″N 0°30′9″W / 43.89139°N 0.50250°W / 43.89139; -0.50250 (Midouze-Midou)Coordinates: 43°53′29″N 0°30′9″W / 43.89139°N 0.50250°W / 43.89139; -0.50250 (Midouze-Midou)
Progression MidouzeAdourAtlantic Ocean
Physical characteristics
Length 108 km (67 mi)

The Midou or Midour (/midu/, Occitan: Midor) is the left precursor of the Midouze, in the Southwest of France.

Geography[edit]

The Midou rises in Armagnac, in the Gers département. It joins the Douze in Mont-de-Marsan to constitute the Midouze, a tributary of the Adour.

Départements and towns[edit]

Main tributaries[edit]

N.B. : (R) = right tributary; (L) = left tributary

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ that means 'oriental'.