The Arroyo del Medio ( Spanish, lit. "Middle Creek" or "Middle Stream") is a small river of Argentina, located on (and serving as) the border between the provinces of Buenos Aires and Santa Fe. Its catchment basin comprises about 3,200 km². The Arroyo empties into the Paraná River at the city of San Nicolás de los Arroyos, Buenos Aires, opposite the Constitución Department in Santa Fe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arroyo del Medio"
The Bermejo River is a river in South America. The river originates in Bolivia, it has two major tributaries are the Grande de Tarija and the Río San Francisco, and joins the Paraguay River in Argentina. Through much of its course, it is the border between Argentina’s Formosa and Chaco provinces ...more on Wikipedia about "Bermejo River"
The Chubut River ( Spanish, Río Chubut; Welsh, Afon Camwy) is a river in Patagonia --Southern Argentina. Its name derives from the Tehuelche word chupat, meaning 'transparent', their description of the river. As the word 'chupat' is similar to the Spanish word chupar, meaning 'to suck' or, in slang, 'to booze', the river's name was bowdlerized — adjusted for public decorum. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chubut River"
The Colorado River ( Spanish: Río Colorado) is a river in the south of Argentina. It has its sources on the eastern slopes of the Andes in the latitude of the Chilean volcano Tinguiririca (about 34° 48' S.), and pursues a general east-southeast course to the Atlantic Ocean, where it discharges through several channels of a delta of the Unión Bay extending from latitude 39° 30' to 39° 50' S. Its total length is about 1000 kilometres (620 miles), of which about 300 kilometres (200 miles), from the coast up to Pichi Mahuida, are navigable for vessels of up to 2 metres (7 ft.) draft. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colorado River (Argentina)"
Deseado River ( Spanish: Río Deseado) is a river in the Argentine province of Santa Cruz. ...more on Wikipedia about "Deseado River"
Dulce River ( Spanish:Río Dulce, Quechua: Misky Mayu) is the most important river in the Argentine province of Santiago del Estero. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dulce River (Argentina)"
The Futaleufú River is a river fed by the lakes in the Los Alerces National Park in Chubut Province, Argentina, crossing the Andes Mountains into Chile and opening into the Yelco Lake. ...more on Wikipedia about "Futaleufu River"
Gallegos River ( Spanish:Río Gallegos) is a river in the Argentine province of Santa Cruz, on whose estuary lays Río Gallegos city, capital of the province. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gallegos River"
The Iguaçu (Portuguese; Spanish Iguazú) is a left tributary of the Paraná River in the Triple Frontier of Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina whose sources are in the Sierra do Mar in Santa Catarina State, Brazil. It has a length of 1320 km and is best known for the Iguassu Falls. ...more on Wikipedia about "Iguaçu"
The Ludueña Stream (in Spanish, Arroyo Ludueña) is a small river (about 19 kilometres long including its tributaries) in the , which starts near the city of Rosario and flows through it, mostly east-southwards, ending in the Paraná River in the neighbourhood commonly known as Arroyito, near Rosario Central's football stadium. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ludueña Stream"
The River Paraguay (Río Paraguay in Spanish, Rio Paraguai in Portuguese) is a major river in south central South America, running through Brazil and Paraguay and forming a border between Brazil and Bolivia as well as Paraguay and Argentina. It runs over a course of approximately 2,549 kilometers (1,584 miles) from its headwaters in the Brazilian province of Mato Grosso to its confluence with the Parana River north of Corrientes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paraguay River"
The Pilcomayo is a river rising in the Bolivian Andes, east of Lake Poopó, flowing over 700 miles across Chaco into the Paraguay River near Asunción. Near Chaco, it serves as the border between Argentina and Paraguay. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pilcomayo"
The Río Primero, also known as Suquía (the name used by the comechingones indigenous people) runs thorugh the city of Córdoba, Argentina. ...more on Wikipedia about "Primero River"
The Río de la Plata (from the Spanish: "River of Silver", also known by the English name River Plate (as in the Battle of the River Plate) or sometimes [La] Plata River), is the estuary formed by the combination of the Uruguay River and the Paraná River. It is a funnel-shaped indentation on the southeastern coastline of South America, extending 290 km (180 miles) from the rivers' confluence to the Atlantic Ocean. ...more on Wikipedia about "Río de la Plata"
Negro River ( Spanish: Río Negro) is the most important river of the Argentine province of Río Negro. ...more on Wikipedia about "Río Negro (Argentina)"
The Saladillo Stream is a small tributary of the Paraná River, that discharges into it between the cities of Rosario and Villa Gobernador Gálvez, in the , at . It serves as the political border between these two towns of the Greater Rosario area, and is one of the two important affluents of the Paraná in the area, together with the Ludueña Stream in the north. ...more on Wikipedia about "Saladillo Stream"
The Salado River (in Spanish Río Salado, literally "Salty River") is a river that crosses several provinces of Argentina, flowing 1,500 kilometres from its source in the Salta Province to end in the Paraná River, in the Santa Fe Province. Because its origin, its flow varies widely within the year, and it can dry out in some parts of its path during the winter. The only important tributary to the river is the Horcones River, which is born in Salta as Cajón River, and joins the Salado in the Santiago del Estero Province. ...more on Wikipedia about "Salado River"
Salí River ( Spanish:Río Salí) is the most important river in the Argentine province of Tucumán. ...more on Wikipedia about "Salí River"
Santa Cruz River ( Spanish:Río Santa Cruz) is a river from the Argentine province of Santa Cruz. ...more on Wikipedia about "Santa Cruz River (Argentina)"
The Senguerr River is a river of the Argentine province of Chubut. It begins its journey from the glacial lakes of La Plata and Fontana in the Andes Mountains. ...more on Wikipedia about "Senguerr River"
The Uruguay River (in Spanish, Río Uruguay, pronounced [uɾuˈɣwaj]) is a river in South America. It flows from north to south and makes boundary with Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay (separating some of the Argentine provinces of the Mesopotamia from the other two countries). ...more on Wikipedia about "Uruguay River"
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