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Verdon

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The Verdon is a 166-kilometre long river] in south-eastern France, left tributary of the Durance. Its source is at an elevation of 2,819 metres , in the south-western Alps , between the col d'Allos and the Trois Eveches mountain, south of Barcelonnette. It flows south-west through the following départements and towns:
The Verdon flows through several artificial lakes, before flowing into the river Durance near Vinon-sur-Verdon, south of Manosque. The Verdon is best known for its impressive canyon: the Verdon Gorge. This limestone canyon, also called the "Grand Canyon of Verdon", 20 kilometres long and more than 300 metres deep, is a popular climbing and sight-seeing area. The name comes from the green appearance of the waters of the river, in the canyon.

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Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
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