San Juan River (Venezuela)
|San Juan River|
|River mouth||Gulf of Paria|
San Juan River is a river in Sucre and Monagas states, north-eastern Venezuela. Its eastern part forms the limit between both states before it flows into the Gulf of Paria. The Guarapiche River flows into a short body named Caño Francés that flows into the San Juan shortly before its mouth in the Gulf of Paria. In February 2012 there was an oil spill in the mangrove area at the mouth of the river.
- Rand McNally, The New International Atlas, 1993.
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