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Seine River

[ (sen) ]
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River flowing generally northwest through northern France.

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notes for Seine River

The Seine flows through the heart of Paris, dividing the Left Bank, south of the Seine, from the Right Bank, north of the Seine.

notes for Seine River

It is the chief commercial waterway of France.
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