Takutu River

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Lethem, looking across the Takutu River into Brazil
New Guyana - Brazil bridge in Lethem

The Takutu River (Takatu River, Tacutu River) is a river in the Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo Region of Guyana and Roraima in Brazil. It forms part of the boundary between the two countries. The confluence of the Takutu and Uraricoera Rivers forms the Branco River. The Takutu River's sources almost link with those of the Essequibo River.

The Takutu River Bridge establishes an all-weather road connection between Guyana and Brazil.

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