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Cassarate river in Lugano
|Main source||Monte Gazzirola / Val Colla|
|River mouth||Lake Lugano at Lugano|
|Length||18.3 kilometres (11.4 mi)|
Historically, the lower reaches of the Cassarate river formed the boundary between the communities of Lugano (to the west) and Cassarate (to the east), but both communities now form part of the city.
- map.geo.admin.ch (Map). Swiss Confederation. Retrieved 2012-10-29.
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