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Futur Musee Remorqueur S2

La Sèvre nantaise est une rivière de l'Ouest de la France, le dernier affluent d'importance de la Loire avant l'embouchure de cette dernière.

La Sèvre nantaise prend sa source à 215 m d'altitude sur le plateau de Gâtine, au village des Gâs sur la commune de Neuvy-Bouin dans les Deux-Sèvres (voir carte IGN). Elle traverse ensuite les départements de la Vendée, de Maine-et-Loire et de la Loire-Atlantique selon une direction nord-ouest, avant de se jeter dans la Loire à Nantes (quartier Nantes-Sud-Pirmil).

source wikipedia

et le musee?

Copyright: Dieter Kik
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8510x4255
Taken: 29/07/2009
Uploaded: 18/10/2009


Tags: france; bretagne; loire-atlantique; pays de la loire; pays nantais; nantes; sevre nantais; vieux remorqueur; quai leon secher
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