Attert (river)

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Atert zu Useldeng.jpg
The Attert in Useldange
Attert River Map.png
Country Belgium, Luxembourg
Physical characteristics
Main source Thiaumont, Attert
406 m (1,332 ft)
River mouth Colmar-Berg
49°48′54″N 6°05′46″E / 49.814933°N 6.09612°E / 49.814933; 6.09612 (Attert mouth)Coordinates: 49°48′54″N 6°05′46″E / 49.814933°N 6.09612°E / 49.814933; 6.09612 (Attert mouth)
Length 38 km (24 mi)
Basin features
Progression AlzetteSauerMoselleRhineNorth Sea
River system Rhine
Basin size 299 km2 (115 sq mi)

The Attert (Luxembourgish: Atert) is a river flowing through Belgium and Luxembourg, left tributary of the Alzette. Its length is 38 kilometres (24 mi), of which 32 kilometres (20 mi) are in Luxembourg and 6 kilometres (4 mi) in Belgium. Its source is in Nobressart, north-west of Arlon, in the Belgian province Luxembourg. It flows into the river Alzette at Colmar-Berg. It flows through the village of Attert in Belgium, and the towns of Redange, Useldange, Boevange-sur-Attert, and Bissen in Luxembourg.