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The Oueme River where it flows into the Atlantic Ocean in Cotonou, Benin.
|- elevation||465 m (1,526 ft)|
|Mouth||Gulf of Guinea|
|- location||Cotonou, Benin|
|- elevation||0 m (0 ft)|
|Length||510 km (317 mi)|
|Basin||46,990 km2 (18,143 sq mi) |
|- average||170 m3/s (6,003 cu ft/s) |
|- max||1,175 m3/s (41,495 cu ft/s)|
|- min||0 m3/s (0 cu ft/s)|
The Ouémé River, also known as the Weme River, is a river in Benin. It rises in the Atakora Mountains, and is about 510 kilometres (320 mi) long. It flows past the towns of Carnotville and Ouémé to a large delta on the Gulf of Guinea near the seaport city of Cotonou. The largest tributaries are the Okpara River and the Alpouro River.
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