Nentón River

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Nentón River
(río Nentón)
Origin Guatemala
(Huehuetenango)
Mouth Tributary of the Seleguá River
Basin countries Guatemala
Source elevation 2,000 m
15°49′07″N 91°37′14″W / 15.818681°N 91.620569°W / 15.818681; -91.620569 (Sources Río Nentón)

The Río Nentón is a river in Guatemala. From its sources in the Sierra de los Cuchumatanes of Huehuetenango, the river flows in a north-westerly direction, crosses the border with Mexico at 15°47′52″N 91°53′28″W / 15.797705°N 91.891150°W / 15.797705; -91.891150 (Río Seleguá) and joins the Río Seleguá which continues northwards to the Presa de La Angostura, one of Mexico's largest artificial lakes. The Nentón river basin covers an area of 1,451 km² in Guatemala.[1]

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