Slack (river)

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Slack
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The Slack.
Native name La Slack
Country France
Basin features
Main source Pas-de-Calais
River mouth English Channel
50°48′18″N 1°36′5″E / 50.80500°N 1.60139°E / 50.80500; 1.60139 (English Channel-Slack)Coordinates: 50°48′18″N 1°36′5″E / 50.80500°N 1.60139°E / 50.80500; 1.60139 (English Channel-Slack)
Physical characteristics
Length 22 km (14 mi)

The Slack is a 22-kilometre-long (14 mi) river in the Pas-de-Calais department, in northern France.

It rises at Hermelinghen on Mount Binôt, flows through Rinxent, Marquise, Beuvrequen, Slack (village near Ambleteuse) and flows into the English Channel in Ambleteuse next to Fort Mahon.

The Slack and Fort Mahon.

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