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The Pará River (Portuguese: Rio Pará) runs for approximately 40 miles, around the west and south of the island of Marajó. It takes some water from the main Amazon; however, much of its power comes from the Tocantins River flowing from the south. Belém, the state capital of Pará, is located on the south bank of the river.
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