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Source du Lison River
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The source of the about 25 kilometres long Lison River, which is a tributary of the Loue River, is located (46°57'55.61"N 6° 0'42.99"E) in the commune Nans-sous-Sainte-Anne in the Département du Doubs. The source of the Lison River is a karst spring, the water flows from a giant cave portal below a cliff and then plunges down a waterfall.

The source is fed partly by the Ruisseau Château-Renaud, partly by the Lizon supérieur, both of which continues above and disappear in the catchment area of the surface and seep underground. 

 

France 2007, Waterfall at the source of Lison River.
The stamp was issued in the series "Portraits de Régions IX".

The stamp series "Portraits de Régions" issued as miniaturesheet with 10 stamps and also as stamp booklet with 10 illustrated sheetlets with one stamps.

 

www.mountainstamp.com  Doubs Falls bloc de feuillet 2007

France 2007, sheetlet from the booklet.
The illustration shows the Cascade de l'Éventail of the Cascades du Hérisson in the Département Jura.

 

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