The Loire River is the longest river in France. With a length of 1020 km (630 mi), it drains an area of 117,000 sq km which equates to more than one-fifth of France's land area.

Loire River in In High PlacesEdit

The Loire River marked the southern boundary of the Kingdom of Versailles until the 2090s, when two fortresses fell to the Kingdom of Berry, owing to treason on the part of their inhabitants.