Camaquã River

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Camaquã River
Rio Camaquã 02.JPG
Camaquã River is located in Brazil
Camaquã River
Mouth location in Brazil
Native name Rio Camaquã
Country Brazil
Basin features
Main source Rio Grande do Sul state
River mouth Lagoa dos Patos
31°16′18″S 51°45′55″W / 31.271544°S 51.765300°W / -31.271544; -51.765300Coordinates: 31°16′18″S 51°45′55″W / 31.271544°S 51.765300°W / -31.271544; -51.765300

The Camaquã River (Portuguese pronunciation: [kamakuˈɐ̃ or kamaˈkwɐ̃]) is a river of Rio Grande do Sul state in southern Brazil.

The delta of the river, where it empties into the Lagoa dos Patos, is protected by the 7,993 hectares (19,750 acres) Camaquã State Park, created in 1975.[1]

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  1. ^ Parque Estadual do Camaquã (in Portuguese), SEMA: Secretaria do Ambiente e Desenvolvimento Sustentável (RS), retrieved 2017-01-22