Tula River

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For the Tula River in Mongolia, see Tuul River.
Tula River in Tula de Allende.

The Tula River, or Rio Tula, is a river in Hidalgo State in central Mexico, and a tributary of the Amajac River.

Geography[edit]

It runs through the city of Tula de Allende and begins as a drainage channel for the Valley of Mexico, which contains the metropolitan Mexico City region.

The Amajac River is a tributary of the Pánuco River.

The river is significally contaminated with both organic and inorganic substances.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Monroy, Tania (5 November 2013). "Río Tula con altos niveles de contaminación" (in Spanish). Síntesis. Retrieved 18 January 2015. 

Coordinates: 20°35′02″N 99°19′43″W / 20.58389°N 99.32861°W / 20.58389; -99.32861