Paraná Miní River

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Paraná Miní River
Country Argentina

The Paraná Miní River English: Río Paraná Miní[1]) is an anabranch, or "secondary branch",[2] and tributary of the Paraná River. It is located in the provinces of Santa Fe and Chaco, Argentina. In Chaco Province the Paraná Miní receives several relatively small tributaries, including the Tapenagá River, Palometa River, and Salado River (one of many Paraná tributaries named Salado).

There are several branches of the Paraná River named Paraná Miní, notably one in Corrientes Province.[3]

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Coordinates: 29°5′9″S 59°24′21″W / 29.08583°S 59.40583°W / -29.08583; -59.40583[4]


  1. ^ Río Paraná Miní at GEOnet Names Server
  2. ^ Rodriguez, Andrés (2003). "Hydraulic Analyses for a New Bridge over the Paraná River, Argentina" (PDF). International Journal of Sediment Research. 18 (2): 166–175. ISSN 1001-6279. Retrieved 17 August 2010. 
  3. ^ Map of Corrientes Province, Instituto Geográfico Militar
  4. ^ GNS coordinates adjusted using an Instituto Geográfico Militar map of Santa Fe Province, Google Maps, and GeoLocator
  • Rand McNally, The New International Atlas, 1993.