The source is Mont-Dore and the mouth is Garonne-Atlantic Ocean.
Navigation on the Dordogne starts at Saint-Pierre-d'Eyraud and ends at Ambès.
The Dordogne is 483 kilometres long (300.12 miles) with a total of 117.6 kilometres of navigable waterway.
The highest altitude of the Dordogne is 1714 metres (5623′ 4″ ft) above sea level.
The water draft is 2 metres (6′ 7″ ft) and the air draft is 7 metres (22′ 12″ ft).
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