River Charente

 

The River Charente is part of the Waterways of Mainland Europe and is made up of the River Charente (non-tidal), the River Charente (tidal) and the River Charente Saint-Savinien Arm.

 
 
 
Charente (river) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Charente (Occitan: Charanta) is a 381-kilometre (237 mi) long river in southwestern France. Its source is in the Haute-Vienne département at Chéronnac, ...
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Information to the watersRiver Charente | France in France: The well of this river can be found between Angoulême and Limoges.
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The Charente (Occitan: Charanta) is a 381-kilometre (237 mi) long river in southwestern France. Its source is in the Haute-Vienne département at Chéronnac, a small village near Rochechouart. It flows through the departments of Haute-Vienne, Charente, Vienne and Charente-Maritime. The river flows into the Atlantic Ocean near Rochefort.

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