Corriente River

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The Corriente River (Spanish, Río Corriente[1]) is a river in the Argentine province of Corrientes, in the Mesopotamia. It flows from the Itatí Lagoon, in the center-north of the province, and drains the large basin of the Iberá Wetlands (about 13,000 km²). It flows southwest, across marshes (bañados), and empties into the flood plain of the Paraná River near the city of Esquina.

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Coordinates: 30°0′38″S 59°33′21″W / 30.01056°S 59.55583°W / -30.01056; -59.55583[2]

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  1. ^ Grupo de Trabajo de Recursos Acuáticos, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente, Lagunas y Esteros del Iberá (Provincia de Corrientes)
  2. ^ GNS coordinates adjusted using Google Maps and GeoLocator