|Native name||río Seleguá|
2,200 m (7,200 ft)
|River mouth||Presa de La Angostura in Chiapas|
|Length||102 km (63 mi)|
The Seleguá (Spanish pronunciation: [seleˈɣwa]) is a river in Guatemala. The river flows northwards from its sources in the highlands of Huehuetenango until it crosses the border with Mexico at , and continues northwards into the Presa de La Angostura, one of Mexico's largest artificial lakes. The river's length in Guatemala is 102 kilometres (63 mi). The Selegua river basin cover an area of 1,535 square kilometres (593 sq mi) in Guatemala.
- INSIVUMEH. "Principales ríos de Guatemala".
- Suasnávar, Mariano (e.a.) (2003). "Diagnóstico de la cuenca del río Seleguá, Huehuetenango" (PDF).
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