What is the largest river in France?



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    The Loire river is the longest in France. It flows half north-south and half east-west across France. It flows across a fifth of the land area of France. The Loire Valley in the center of the river has been named a world heritage site.

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    The Loire River is the largest river in France with a lenghth of 629 miles, it drains an area of 45,000 square miles, which represents more than a fifth of France’s land area. The Loire River originates in Ardeche, in springs on Mont Gerbier de Jonc in the north-eastern part of the southern Cevennes highlands. The Loire flows roughly northward through Roanne and Nevers to Orleans and thereafter westward through Tours to the Atlantic at Nantes, where it forms an estuary. 

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