Quai du Perthuis, Clamecy, Nievre, Burgundy, France
Clamecy is a town on the Canal du Nivernais (Main Line) between Loire - Aron Junction (Junction of the River Loire and the River Aron on the Embranchement Decize) (70 miles and 7 furlongs and 83 locks to the south) and Nivernais - Vermenton Jonction (Junction of the Canal du Nivernais with the Vermenton Branch) (25 miles and ½ furlongs and 26 locks to the northeast).
The nearest place in the direction of Loire - Aron Junction is Pont du D951; ½ furlongs away.
The nearest place in the direction of Nivernais - Vermenton Jonction is Kilometre Post 114 (Distance a la Loire); ¼ furlongs away.

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Clamecy is the name of two communes in France:

  • Clamecy, in the Aisne département
  • Clamecy, in the Nièvre département

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[Arrondissement of Clamecy] [Clamecy, Nièvre] [Clamecy, Aisne] [Clamecy Cathedral] [Cantons of the Nièvre department] [Canal du Nivernais] [Villiers-sur-Yonne] [Oisy, Nièvre] [Armes, Nièvre]
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