Espíritu Santo River

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Espíritu Santo
Villatunaripanorama.jpg
San Matéo River and Espíritu Santo River (upper right) in Villa Tunari just before their confluence in the east of the town
Location
CountryBolivia
RegionCochabamba Department
MunicipalityChapare Province
Physical characteristics
Mouth 
 ⁃ location
Villa Tunari
 ⁃ coordinates
16°58′S 65°24′W / 16.967°S 65.400°W / -16.967; -65.400Coordinates: 16°58′S 65°24′W / 16.967°S 65.400°W / -16.967; -65.400
 ⁃ elevation
289 m (948 ft)
Basin features
Tributaries 
 ⁃ leftJuntas de Corani

The Espíritu Santo River is a Bolivian river in the Cochabamba Department, Chapare Province, Villa Tunari Municipality.[1] It belongs to the Amazon River watershed. Espíritu Santo River originates in the Callejas mountains south west of Villa Tunari. At first it flows in a northeasterly direction, then it turns to the east towards Villa Tunari. In the east of the town it meets San Matéo River which comes from the south west. From the confluence the river is known as Chapare River.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Villa Tunari Municipality Archived 2016-03-03 at the Wayback Machine: population data and map showing Espíritu Santo River (unnamed) on its way from Mendoza to Villa Tunari