Barse

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Barse
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The Barse at Vendeuvre-sur-Barse
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Location
Country France
Physical characteristics
Source 
  locationVendeuvre-sur-Barse
  coordinates 48°14′13″N04°28′19″E / 48.23694°N 4.47194°E / 48.23694; 4.47194
  elevation155 m (509 ft)
Mouth  
  location
Seine
  coordinates
48°17′37″N04°06′51″E / 48.29361°N 4.11417°E / 48.29361; 4.11417 Coordinates: 48°17′37″N04°06′51″E / 48.29361°N 4.11417°E / 48.29361; 4.11417
  elevation
100 m (330 ft)
Length50.1 km (31.1 mi)
Basin features
Progression SeineEnglish Channel

The Barse (French pronunciation:  [baʁs] ) is a 50.1 km (31.1 mi) long river in the Aube department in north-east central France. Its source is under the château, in Vendeuvre-sur-Barse. [1] It flows generally west. It is a right tributary of the Seine into which it flows at Saint-Parres-aux-Tertres, near Troyes.

Contents

Communes along its course

This list is ordered from source to mouth: Vendeuvre-sur-Barse, Champ-sur-Barse, La Villeneuve-au-Chêne, Briel-sur-Barse, Montreuil-sur-Barse, Montiéramey, Lusigny-sur-Barse, Courteranges, Montaulin, Ruvigny, Rouilly-Saint-Loup, Saint-Parres-aux-Tertres

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References

  1. Sandre. "Fiche cours d'eau - La Barse (F08-0400)".