Azopardo River

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Azopardo River
RIO AZOPARDO -TIERRA DEL FUEGO-CHILE.JPG
Native name Río Azopardo
Country Chile
Basin
Main source Cami Lake (also called Fagnano Lake)
140 m (460 ft) (see Cami Lake)
River mouth Almirantazgo Fjord (Pacific Ocean)
0 m (0 ft)
Physical characteristics
Length 11 km (6.8 mi)[1]

The Azopardo River (Spanish: Río Azopardo), is a river in Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, Chile at the southern tip of South America. It flows in a westerly direction and drains the waters of Fagnano Lake (also called Cami Lake) into Almirantazgo Fjord.

Is the northern limit of Yendegaia National Park.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ river length

Coordinates: 54°28′26″S 68°58′23″W / 54.4739°S 68.9731°W / -54.4739; -68.9731