Rognon (Marne)

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The Rognon (French pronunciation: [so]) is a 73 km long river in France, right tributary of the Marne.[1] Its source is near the village Is-en-Bassigny. It flows generally northwest, through the department of Haute-Marne. The Rognon flows into the Marne at Mussey-sur-Marne, south of Joinville. Its largest tributary is the Sueurre.

Country France
Physical characteristics
Mouth Marne


Length 73 km (45 mi)
Basin features
Progression MarneSeineEnglish Channel

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