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Lomme (river)

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Country  Belgium
River mouth  Lesse
Length  46 km
Source  Saint-Hubert, Belgium
Main source  Saint-Hubert, Belgium
Basin size  Meuse
Discharge  7.4 m³/s
Mouth  Lesse
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Similar  Lesse, Musée du Monde Souterrain, Gileppe, Salm, Caves of Han‑sur‑Lesse

The Lomme, Lhomme or L'Homme is a river in the Ardennes, in the Walloon region of Belgium. It is a right tributary to the river Lesse, itself a right tributary of the river Meuse.

Geography

Its source is located on the plateau of Saint-Hubert. It passes through the villages of Poix-Saint-Hubert, Smuid, Mirwart, Grupont, Lesterny, Forrières, Jemelle, and the town of Rochefort, where it carved the Lorette cave. It joins the Lesse river at Éprave. It has one of the greatest drops in elevation of all rivers in Belgium. Its clear waters are home to a large population of fish, and the river is a popular location for trout fishing.

References

Lomme (river) Wikipedia


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