Rio dos Sinos

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Rio dos Sinos
Origin Rio Grande do Sul state
Mouth Canoas
Basin countries Brazil
Length 190 km
Source elevation 695 m
Mouth elevation 5 m
Basin area 3820 km2

Rio dos Sinos is a river in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, southern Brazil. It rises in the hills east of Caraá (130 km away from Porto Alegre) at altitudes above 600 meters and covers a distance of about 190 km, flowing into the delta Jacuí in Canoas, at an altitude of only 5 meters.

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Coordinates: 29°56′04″S 51°14′09″W / 29.93444°S 51.23583°W / -29.93444; -51.23583