Semme

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Semme
Semme Dsc 1418.jpg
The Seem near Droux.
Origin Saint-Priest-la-Feuille
46°11′47″N 01°32′20″E / 46.19639°N 1.53889°E / 46.19639; 1.53889
Mouth Gartempe
46°08′42″N 01°07′12″E / 46.14500°N 1.12000°E / 46.14500; 1.12000Coordinates: 46°08′42″N 01°07′12″E / 46.14500°N 1.12000°E / 46.14500; 1.12000
Basin countries France
Length 50.3 km (31.3 mi)
Source elevation 405 m (1,329 ft)
Mouth elevation 183 m (600 ft)
Avg. discharge 2 m3/s (71 cu ft/s) at mouth
Basin area 177 km2 (68 sq mi)

The Semme (French: la Semme) is a 50.3 km long river in the Creuse and Haute-Vienne départements, central France. Its source is in Saint-Priest-la-Feuille. It flows generally west and is a right tributary of the Gartempe into which it flows near le Bouchard, a hamlet in the municipality of Droux.

Départements and communes along its course[edit]

This list is ordered from source to mouth:

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