Guayquiraró River

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The Guayquiraró River (Spanish, Río Guayquiraró[1]) is a river in the Mesopotamic northeastern region of Argentina. It is born in the middle section of the border between the provinces of Entre Ríos and Corrientes, fed from several streams on its right-hand basin. It flows west along the interprovincial border for about 110 kilometres (68 mi), then emptying into the Paraná River, at a base level of about 26 metres (85 ft) AMSL.

The river's drainage basin covers an area of 3,150 square kilometres (1,220 sq mi), and its mean annual flow is 21.7 cubic metres per second (770 cu ft/s).

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Coordinates: 30°24′46″S 59°34′47″W / 30.41278°S 59.57972°W / -30.41278; -59.57972[2]

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  1. ^ Río Guayquiraró at GEOnet Names Server
  2. ^ GNS coordinates adjusted using an Instituto Geográfico Militar map of Entre Rios Province, Google Maps, and GeoLocator