The Seine River runs through Paris. The Seine flows 482 miles through France. The river begins in northeast France near Dijon and ends at the English Channel. There are 37 bridges in Paris that connect the banks of the Seine along the way.
The Seine Maritime is the part of the Seine River navigated by oceanic vessels, and it is located about 65 miles from the English Channel. The Seine River's name originates from the Latin word "sequana." The average depth of the Seine, as of 2014, is just over 30 feet. The Seine's basin measures roughly 30,370 square miles.