Saturday, August 6, 2016

The Seine

"The third-longest river in France, the Seine emerges from the earth in a remote spot called Source-Seine, in the Burgundy wine region of northeastern France. The river flows northwesterly Рcurving through Paris Рto the Normandy coast, where it empties into the English Channel. The most important river in Northern France (and with modern canals linking it to the Loire, Rh̫ne, and Rhine), the Seine has been the hub of Paris Рand France Рsince the Middle Ages."

This image was submitted by Sharron D from Charlotte, NC.