Dordogne River in sw France. Rising in the Auvergne hills, it is formed by the convergence of the Dor and Dogne rivers. It flows sw then w to meet the River Garonne, and forms the Gironde estuary. It has famous vineyards along its 471km (293mi) course, and is a vital source of hydroelectric power.
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