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The Aisne
Aisne
(French: [ɛn]) is a river in northeastern France. It is a left tributary of the Oise. It gave its name to the French department of Aisne. It was known in the Roman period as Axona. It rises in the forest of Argonne, at Rembercourt-Sommaisne, near Sainte-Menehould. It flows north and then west before joining the Oise near Compiègne. The Aisne
Aisne
is 356 kilometres (221 mi) long.[1] Its main tributaries are the Vesle, the Aire and the Suippe. Three bitter battles of World War I
World War I
were fought into the Aisne
Aisne
valley.

Contents

1 Places along the river 2 Navigation

2.1 En route

3 See also 4 References 5 External links

Places along the river[edit] Departments and towns along the river include:

Meuse Marne: Sainte-Ménehould Ardennes: Vouziers, Rethel Aisne: Soissons Oise: Compiègne

Navigation[edit] The river Aisne
Aisne
was a commercial navigation as early as the Gallo-Roman period, and rafts were floated from a long distance above the present limit of navigation at Vailly-sur- Aisne
Aisne
until the mid-19th century. Canalisation works were begun in 1836, at the same time as construction of the Canal lateral à l'Aisne. The canal was completed first, in 1841, then two years later the river navigation.[2] Commercial traffic in péniches carrying 220 tonnes is still active, while recreational traffic is mainly private boats. The waterway is 57 kilometres (35 mi) long, from the river Oise
Oise
to the junction with the lateral canal, and has 7 locks. Through the lateral canal, it links with the Marne
Marne
and the Canal de la Meuse.[3] En route[edit] The kilometre distances continue the numbering from Canal latéral à l' Aisne
Aisne
from east to west.[2]

PK 51.3 is the end of the Canal latéral à l'Aisne PK 64.5 Villeneuve-Saint-Germain PK 67 Soissons PK 79 Fontenoy PK 85 Vic-sur-Aisne PK 92 Couloisy PK 104.5 Choisy-au-Bac PK 108 junction with Canal latéral à l' Oise
Oise
upstream of Compiègne

See also[edit]

Rivers of France List of Canals in France Canal latéral à l'Aisne Chemin des Dames Battle of the Axona

References[edit]

^ Sandre. "Fiche cours d'eau (H1--0200)".  ^ a b Edwards-May, David (2010). Inland Waterways of France. St Ives, Cambs., UK: Imray. pp. 90–94. ISBN 978-1-846230-14-1.  ^ Picardie, Waterways Guide No. 20. Castelnaudary, France: Editions du Breil. 2014. 

External links[edit]

River
River
Aisne
Aisne
and Canal lateral à l' Aisne
Aisne
maps and details about places, ports and moorings on the river, by the author of Inland Waterways of France, Imray Navigation details for 80 French rivers and canals (French waterways website section) World Book
World Book
encyclopedia 1988

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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 125201324 GND: 4079665-6 SUDOC: 029962196 BNF:

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