Cuarto River

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The Cuarto River

The Cuarto River (Spanish, Río Cuarto,[1] meaning "river four"; also known by the variant name Río Saladillo[2]) is a river of Argentina which crosses the southern part of the Province of Córdoba, and merges with the Tercero River to form the Carcarañá River (a tributary of the Paraná River via the Coronda River). The Cuarto River is also known as Cochancharava, the name given to it by the Ranquel Indians.

The name Saladillo is generally used for the lower course, below the Bañado del Río Saladillo wetland.

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Coordinates: 32°54′55″S 62°19′29″W / 32.91528°S 62.32472°W / -32.91528; -62.32472[3]