Aboño

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Aboño
Aboñu
San Andrés de los Tacones dam.jpg
Dam of San Andrés de los Tacones
Native nameRio Aboño
Location
CountrySpain
StateAsturias
RegionCarreño; Llanera
Physical characteristics
Source 
 ⁃ coordinates43°27′7″N 5°43′5″W / 43.45194°N 5.71806°W / 43.45194; -5.71806
Mouth 
 ⁃ location
Bay of Biscay
 ⁃ coordinates
43°34′7″N 5°42′42″W / 43.56861°N 5.71167°W / 43.56861; -5.71167Coordinates: 43°34′7″N 5°42′42″W / 43.56861°N 5.71167°W / 43.56861; -5.71167
Length9.7 km (6.0 mi)

The Aboño (Spanish pronunciation: [aboɲʝo], historically Avono)[1] is a river in northern Spain flowing through the Autonomous Community of Asturias.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kennedy, James (1855). "On the Ancient Languages of France and Spain". Transactions of the Philological Society (11): 176.
  2. ^ "Río Aboño" (in Spanish).