Calle-Calle River

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Calle-Calle River
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Native name Río Calle-Calle
Country Chile/Argentina
Basin
Main source San Pedro River
River mouth Valdivia River
Physical characteristics
Length 55 km (34 mi)[1]

Calle-Calle River (Mapudungun for lot of Iridaceaes) also called Gudalafquén in Mapudungun, is a river in Valdivia Province, southern Chile. It drains waters from the San Pedro River to the Valdivia River, which in turn flows into Corral Bay on the Pacific Ocean.

The Calle-Calle is the only river in Chile that is considered navigable.

Calle-Calle Bridge crosses the river in the city of Valdivia.

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Coordinates: 39°48′07″S 73°12′45″W / 39.80194°S 73.21250°W / -39.80194; -73.21250