Junction of Canal de la Sambre á l'Oise with River Sambre
Landrecies is a major waterways place at the junction of the River Sambre with the Canal de la Sambre à l'Oise.
Sambre - Brussel-Charleroi (Junction of River Sambre and the Kanaal Brussel-Charleroi at Charleroi) is on the River Sambre, 58 miles and 7 furlongs and 19 locks to the east. Pont Faub. Saint-Fermin (Junction of Canal de la Sambre à L'Oise and La Fère Branch at La Fère) is on the Canal de la Sambre à l'Oise, 40 miles and 3¼ furlongs and 38 locks to the southwest.
The nearest place in the direction of Sambre - Brussel-Charleroi is Ecluse 1 et barrage des Etoquies; 2 miles and 3 furlongs away.
The nearest place in the direction of Pont Faub. Saint-Fermin is Ecluse 3 de Landrecis; ½ furlongs away.

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Landrecies is a commune in the Nord department in northern France.

It is the site of a skirmish between the British I Corps under Douglas Haig and the German Fifth Army on 25 August 1914.

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