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Near the mouth of the Almanzora, on a lake formed by a dam.
|Mouth||Mediterranean Sea (at Cuevas del Almanzora)|
|Length||90 kilometres (56 mi)|
|Source elevation||1,900 metres (6,200 ft)|
|Mouth elevation||0 metres (0 ft)|
|Left tributaries||Rambla de Albox|
|Right tributaries||Albánchez Arroyo, Bacares River, Río del Valle|
The Almanzora River or River Almanzora (Spanish: Río Almanzora) is a river in the province of Almería, Andalusia, Spain. It is roughly 90 kilometres (56 mi) in length. For millennia, it has provided a route between the Mediterranean Sea and the interior of Andalusia.
The sometimes destructive floods of the Almanzora have continued into modern times, with the most recent being October 1973.
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