Penchennerie

Penchennerie
Penchennerie pont D6 amont (1).JPG
Location
Country France
Physical characteristics
Source  
 • location Haute-Vienne
Mouth  
 • location
Auvézère
 • coordinates
45°25′33″N 1°16′27″E / 45.42583°N 1.27417°E / 45.42583; 1.27417Coordinates: 45°25′33″N 1°16′27″E / 45.42583°N 1.27417°E / 45.42583; 1.27417
Length 10 km (6.2 mi)
Basin features
Progression AuvézèreIsleDordogneGironde estuaryAtlantic Ocean

The Penchennerie is a stream in southwestern France. It is a tributary of the river Auvézère, which is part of the Dordogne basin. It is 10.4 km (6.5 mi) long.[1]

The river begins in the commune of Coussac-Bonneval in the Haute-Vienne department, passes through the Corrèze department near Saint-Éloy-les-Tuileries, and flows into the Auvézère in the Dordogne department, northeast of Payzac.

References

  1. ^ Sandre. "Fiche cours d'eau - Ruisseau de la Penchennerie (P6240500)".


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