The Seine ( / seɪn, sɛn / SAYN, SEN,  French: [sɛn] ( listen)) is a 777-kilometre-long (483 mi) river in northern France.  Its drainage basin is in the Paris Basin (a geological relative lowland) covering most of northern France. It rises at Source-Seine, 30 kilometres (19 mi) northwest of Dijon in northeastern France in the Langres ...
- 79,000 km² (31,000 sq mi)
- 777 km (483 mi)
seine: [noun] a large net with sinkers on one edge and floats on the other that hangs vertically in the water and is used to enclose and catch fish when its ends are pulled together or are drawn ashore.
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Apr 11, 2023 · The Seine River flowing through Paris. Seine River, river of France, after the Loire its longest. It rises 18 miles (30 kilometres) northwest of Dijon and flows in a northwesterly direction through Paris before emptying into the English Channel at Le Havre. The river is 485 miles (780 kilometres) long and with its tributaries drains an area of ...
Feb 17, 2022 · Facts about the Seine River. The river runs for 482 miles through France and into the English Channel at Le Havre and Honfleur (Belgium). Its source is in the French region of Burgundy, and its mouth is the English Channel. In Paris, the banks of the Seine are connected by a total of 37 bridges, including the Pont de l'Alma near the Eiffel ...
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