Thoré

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Thoré
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Location
Country France
Physical characteristics
Source 
  locationRieussec
  coordinates 43°26′21″N02°43′14″E / 43.43917°N 2.72056°E / 43.43917; 2.72056
  elevation800 m (2,600 ft)
Mouth  
  location
Agout
  coordinates
43°34′52″N02°13′04″E / 43.58111°N 2.21778°E / 43.58111; 2.21778 Coordinates: 43°34′52″N02°13′04″E / 43.58111°N 2.21778°E / 43.58111; 2.21778
  elevation
163 m (535 ft)
Length61.6 km (38.3 mi)
Basin size608 km2 (235 sq mi)
Discharge 
  average15.9 m3/s (560 cu ft/s)
Basin features
Progression AgoutTarnGaronneGironde estuaryAtlantic Ocean

The Thoré (French : le Thoré) is a 61.6-kilometre-long (38.3 mi) river in the Hérault and Tarn departments in southern France. [1] Its source is in the northern part of Rieussec. It flows generally northwest. It is a left tributary of the Agout, into which it flows between Navès and Castres.

Contents

Departments and communes along its course

This list is ordered from source to mouth:

Notes

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References

  1. Sandre. "Fiche cours d'eau - Le Thoré (O43-0400)".