Vanne (river)

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Vanne
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Country France
Physical characteristics
Main source Aube department
River mouth Yonne
48°11′24″N 3°16′8″E / 48.19000°N 3.26889°E / 48.19000; 3.26889 (Yonne-Vanne)Coordinates: 48°11′24″N 3°16′8″E / 48.19000°N 3.26889°E / 48.19000; 3.26889 (Yonne-Vanne)
Length 59 km (37 mi)
Basin features
Progression YonneSeineEnglish Channel
Basin size 990 km2 (380 sq mi)

The Vanne is a river in France, a right tributary of the Yonne. It is 59 km long, and its drainage basin area is 990 km2.[1] It rises in the Aube department, in the village of Fontvannes, west of Troyes. It flows into the river Yonne in Sens.

The Vanne flows through the following departments and towns:

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