Seudre

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Seudre
La Seudre à Saujon.jpg
The Seudre near Saujon
Native name La Seudre
Country France
Basin features
Main source Charente-Maritime
River mouth Atlantic Ocean
45°48′5″N 1°8′33″W / 45.80139°N 1.14250°W / 45.80139; -1.14250 (Atlantic Ocean-Seudre)Coordinates: 45°48′5″N 1°8′33″W / 45.80139°N 1.14250°W / 45.80139; -1.14250 (Atlantic Ocean-Seudre)
Physical characteristics
Length 68 km (42 mi)

The Seudre is a river in the Charente-Maritime département, southwestern France, flowing into the Atlantic Ocean. Its source is near Saint-Genis-de-Saintonge. It flows northwest through Saint-André-de-Lidon, Saujon and La Tremblade. It flows into the Atlantic Ocean near Marennes. The lower course of the Seudre is brackish, and is used for oyster farming.

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