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October 26, 2008
Dourbies 300105 30750
Gard Languedoc-Roussillon
44.064 3.447 880 m

Beeches in mountain in autumn, on bank of Dourbie river.

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Dourbie is a Cevennes river. It takes its source in Linguas in the south of the solid mass of Aigoual, in the Gard district.
It also runs in the department of Aveyron and is thrown, after 920 m of unevenness and 96 km of course through throats and valleys between le Causse Noir and le Causse of Larzac, in Millau in the Tarn, itself flow from the Garonne.
Its irregular and seasonal course with known the minimal flow of 2,9 cubic meters a second, to reach up to 728 cubic mètres a second maximum flow.
Dourbie is famous near the trout fishermen.

Dourbies is a french commune, located in the Gard district of the Languedoc-Roussillon area, populated of 204 Dourbiens, distributed on 59 km², that is to say 3 hab./km².

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