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Erro (river)

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Country  Italy
Basin size  246.9 km (95.3 sq mi)
Mouth  Bormida
Main source  Monte Ermetta
Length  46 km
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River mouth  Bormida at Terzo (AL) 222 m (728 ft)
Discharge  Average rate: 4.6 m/s (160 cu ft/s)

The Erro (in Piedmontese Er) is a 46-kilometre (29 mi) torrent of north-west Italy, a right tributary of the Bormida.

GeographyEdit

The river rises in the Ligurian Province of Savona at an elevation 1,267 metres (4,157 ft) on Monte Ermetta, to the west of Monte Beigua. Having passed through the territory of Sassello, the river enters the Piedmontese Province of Alessandria at Ponte Erro (Malvicino). Its course takes it past Cartosio, Rivere, Castelletto d'Erro, Arzello, and Melazzo before joining the Bormida at Terzo, a little upstream from Acqui Terme at an elevation of 222 metres (728 ft).

References

Erro (river) Wikipedia


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