River Trothy

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Trothy
Afon Troddi-River Trothy - geograph.org.uk - 606762.jpg
The River Trothy near Monmouth
Location
CountryWales
RegionMonmouthshire
Physical characteristics
Source 
 ⁃ locationMonmouthshire, Wales
MouthRiver Wye
 ⁃ location
Monmouth, Wales
 ⁃ coordinates
51°48′4.3″N 2°42′12.8″W / 51.801194°N 2.703556°W / 51.801194; -2.703556Coordinates: 51°48′4.3″N 2°42′12.8″W / 51.801194°N 2.703556°W / 51.801194; -2.703556

The River Trothy (Welsh: Afon Troddi) is a river which flows through north Monmouthshire, in rural south east Wales.

The river rises on Campston Hill, northeast of Abergavenny. It flows southwards until Llanvapley, where it turns east. About 13 mile (0.54 km) south of Monmouth the river joins the confluence of the River Wye and the River Monnow.

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