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The Orinoco is a river in Venezuela and Colombia.
Orinoco may also refer to:
- Orinoco Belt, an oil field in Venezuela
- Orinoco Delta, vast river delta of the Orinoco River, located in eastern Venezuela
- Orinoco (Nicaragua), garifuna village in Nicaraguan Caribbean coast
- Orinoco (New Zealand), village in South Island, New Zealand near Motueka, with small river of same name as a tributary to the River Motueka.
- Alto Orinoco Municipality, one of the seven municipalities (municipios) that make up the southern Venezuelan state of Amazonas
- Caicara del Orinoco, town of Venezuela
- "Orinoco Flow", a 1988 song recorded by Enya at Orinoco Studios
- Orinoco Flow (Taliesin Orchestra album), a tribute to Enya's music
- Orinoco, a fictional Danube class starship in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
- Orinoco, one of the characters in the book series The Wombles, all of whom take their names from an old atlas
- El Orinoco ilustrado y defendido, book written by the Jesuit missionary Joseph Gumilla.
- The Mighty Orinoco, novel written by Jules Verne published in 1898.
In other uses
- ORiNOCO, a Wi-Fi chipset product family
- Orinoco Studios, former international group of recording studios based in London, England.
- Orinoco crocodile, (Crocodylus intermedius) is a critically endangered crocodile. Its population is very small and it can only be found in freshwater environments in Colombia and Venezuela, in particular the Orinoco River and its tributaries.
- Orinoco Secrets, stand of Dallas World Aquarium that exhibit highlights the unique bio-diversity of Orinoco river rainforest ecosystem.
- Siderúrgica del Orinoco C.A. "Alfredo Maneiro", the biggest Venezuelan steel corporation
- Correo del Orinoco, Venezuelan newspaper
- Oroonoko, a novel by Aphra Behn
- Oronoque, Kansas
- Oronoque River, a river in Guyana
- Oronoko Charter Township, Michigan
- Oronoco, Minnesota
- Oronoco Township, Minnesota
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