- Our (river)
- The Our is also the name of a stream in the municipality of Paliseul, Belgium, tributary of the Lesse.
The Our near Vianden
Origin Hautes Fagnes Mouth Wallendorf
Progression Sauer—Moselle—Rhine—North Sea Basin countries Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg Length 78 km (48 mi) Source elevation 653 m (2,142 ft) River system Sauer
The source of the Our is in the Hautes Fagnes in south-eastern Belgium, near Manderfeld. It flows southwards, more or less along the German-Belgian border, and after Ouren along the German-Luxembourgish border. The historic city Vianden lies along the Our. The Our flows into the Sauer in Wallendorf.
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