Batán River

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Batán River
Batán River is located in Colombia
Batán River
Location of the Batán River in Colombia
Country  Colombia
Department Cundinamarca
Municipalities Fusagasugá
Basin features
Main source Fusagasugá
4°15′22.4″N 74°19′17.4″W / 4.256222°N 74.321500°W / 4.256222; -74.321500Coordinates: 4°15′22.4″N 74°19′17.4″W / 4.256222°N 74.321500°W / 4.256222; -74.321500
River mouth Guavio River
Fusagasugá
4°17′01.0″N 74°32′29.1″W / 4.283611°N 74.541417°W / 4.283611; -74.541417
River system Guavio River
 Cuja River
  Sumapaz River
   Magdalena Basin
    Caribbean Sea

Batán River is a river of Cundinamarca, Colombia. It is a tributary of the Guavio River, that flows into the Cuja River and later into the Sumapaz River. The Sumapaz River flows into the Magdalena River basin, flowing towards the Caribbean Sea.[1]

Description[edit]

Batán River is located in the Bogotá savanna
source
source
mouth
mouth
Source and mouth of the Batán River south of the Bogotá savanna

The Batán River originates in and flows westward through the municipality Fusagasugá where it flows into the Guavio River.

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Further reading[edit]

  • Rand McNally, The New International Atlas, 1993.