Ulúa River

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Coordinates: 15°55′7″N 87°43′10″W / 15.91861°N 87.71944°W / 15.91861; -87.71944
Ulúa
River
Río Ulúa.png
Ulúa river
Country Honduras
Mouth Caribbean Sea
 - elevation 0 m (0 ft)
 - coordinates 15°55′7″N 87°43′10″W / 15.91861°N 87.71944°W / 15.91861; -87.71944
Basin 22,817 km2 (8,810 sq mi)

The Ulúa River (Spanish: Río Ulúa, Spanish pronunciation: [ˈri.o uˈlu.a]) is a river in western Honduras. It rises in the central mountainous area of the country close to La Paz and runs 150 miles approximately due northwards to the east end of the Gulf of Honduras at 15°55′N 87°43′W / 15.917°N 87.717°W / 15.917; -87.717. En route, it is joined by the Sulaco River, the Otoro River and the Chamelecón River.