Saone Et Loire

Saône-et-Loire is named after the Saône and the Loire rivers - between which it lies. It is one of the four departments of Burgundy.

Saône-et-Loire is the seventh largest department of France and the most densely populated in the region of Bourgogne.

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A canal (the canal du centre) links the Saône and Loire rivers, thereby linking the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic ocean. (As the Loire drains into the Atlantic and the Saone drains into the Med).




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