Henares River in Alcalá de Henares
|Origin||Sierra Ministra, Guadalajara|
|Length||160 km (99.5 mi)|
|Source elevation||1,220 m|
|Mouth elevation||0 m|
|Basin area||4,144 km²|
Henares in Spanish is also the plural of henar (derived from the Latin word "fenum"), which means hayfield, because formerly there were hay fields on its banks. Its tributaries are the Torote, the Sorbe, the Cañamares, the Salado, the Dulce, the Aliendre and the Bornova.
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