Touloubre

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Touloubre
Pont Flavien, Bouches-du-Rhône, France. Pic 03.jpg
Touloubre passing the Roman Pont Flavien
Country France
Basin features
River mouth Étang de Berre
43°31′22″N 5°2′55″E / 43.52278°N 5.04861°E / 43.52278; 5.04861 (Étang de Berre-Touloubre)Coordinates: 43°31′22″N 5°2′55″E / 43.52278°N 5.04861°E / 43.52278; 5.04861 (Étang de Berre-Touloubre)
Physical characteristics
Length 59 km (37 mi)

The Touloubre is a river in the southeast of France. It runs from Venelles to the Étang de Berre, over 59 kilometres (37 mi).[1] Other places along its course are Pélissanne, Salon-de-Provence, Grans and Saint-Chamas. It flows into the Étang de Berre, which is connected to the Mediterranean Sea, near Saint-Chamas.

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