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Confluence of the Arbia (left) and Ombrone (right) south of Buonconvento.
Origin San Gusmé, Monti del Chianti
Mouth Tyrrhenian Sea
Basin countries Italy
Length 160 km (99 mi)
Source elevation about 420 m (1,380 ft)
Avg. discharge 32 m3/s (1,100 cu ft/s) at the mouth
Basin area 3,494 km2 (1,349 sq mi)

The Ombrone (Latin: Umbro) is a 160-kilometre (99 mi) long river in Tuscany, central Italy.

The Ombrone's source is near Castelnuovo Berardenga, on the south-eastern side of the Monti del Chianti. After a twisting route, it receives the waters of the tribuaries Arbia, Merse and Orcia before reaching the plain near Istia d'Ombrone.

It subsequently passes near the city of Grosseto, before flowing into the Tyrrhenian Sea.


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Coordinates: 42°39′31″N 11°00′47″E / 42.65861°N 11.01306°E / 42.65861; 11.01306