Sélune

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Sélune
Sélune à Ducey.jpg
The Selune at Ducey
Sélune.png
Location
CountryFrance
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationNormandy
Mouth 
 • location
English Channel
 • coordinates
48°38′51″N 1°23′53″W / 48.64750°N 1.39806°W / 48.64750; -1.39806 (English Channel-Sélune)Coordinates: 48°38′51″N 1°23′53″W / 48.64750°N 1.39806°W / 48.64750; -1.39806 (English Channel-Sélune)
Length85 km (53 mi)
Discharge 
 • average11 m3/s

The Sélune is an 85 km long river in the Manche department, Normandy, France,[1] beginning near Saint-Cyr-du-Bailleul. It empties into the bay of Mont Saint-Michel (part of the English Channel) near Avranches, close to the mouth of the Sée river. Other towns along the Sélune are Barenton, Saint-Hilaire-du-Harcouët and Ducey.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sandre. "Fiche cours d'eau - La Selune (I9--0200)".

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