The Seine River originates from the Langele Plateau in the Kodor region of Burgundy. The Seine River Nightscape is 471 meters above sea level in the Tasselo Mountains. It is 776 kilometers long. When it flows through the porous limestone village on the other side of Shatiyong, it is still a stream. It flows from Burgundy to the northwest and into Champagne above Truva; it is a strong gully on both sides of the champagne plateau when it is dry. The Seine River joins the Obu River near Romey and widens the valley as it flows west towards Monteroy, where it receives the Jona River from the left bank. Turn northwest again, as it builds a trench-like Valley across the French island to Paris, through Meron and Colbert. When it entered Paris, it joined its large tributary, the Man River, on the right bank; after winding through the metropolis, it accepted the Watts River on the right bank. By the time we passed Paris, the Seine River had been renovated and the river between the quays on both sides had narrowed. It runs along a winding river, under Mantrajoli, through Normandy, towards an estuary in the English Channel. Its wide estuary spreads rapidly, stretching 26 kilometers through Tangkaville and reaching Leharvard. It often appears as a tidal bore.