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Chuqi Warani

Chuqi Warani is a 5.388-metre-high mountain in Bolivia. It is located in the Potosi Department, Antonio Quijarro Province, Tomave Municipality. It lies southwest of the Jatun Mundo Quri Warani volcano. In the map of the Bolivian Instituto Geograf ...

Kuntur Chukuña (Antonio Quijarro)

Kuntur Chukuña is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia, about 5.290 m high. It is situated in the Potosi Department, Antonio Quijarro Province, Tomave Municipality, between the Uyuni salt flat in the west and the town of Porco in the east and south ...

Luru Mayu

Luru Mayu is a 5.888-metre-high mountain in Bolivia. It is located in the Potosi Department, Sud Lipez Province, San Pablo de Lipez Municipality. It lies in the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve, southeast of a lake named Luru Mayu.

Luxsar

Luxsar or Luxar is a 5.504-metre-high mountain in Bolivia. It is located in the Potosi Department, Nor Lipez Province, Quemes Municipality. It lies north of the Chiwana salt flat.

Muru Qullu

Muru Qullu is a 4.613-metre-high mountain in Bolivia. It is located in the Potosi Department, Antonio Quijarro Province, Porco Municipality. It lies southwest of Warawara Lake.

Quyqu

Quyqu is a mountain in Bolivia which reaches a height of approximately 4.860 m. It is located in the Potosi Department, Antonio Quijarro Province, Porco Municipality. It lies southwest of Warawara Lake.

Sanawrya

Sanawrya, also spelled Sanabria) is a 5.654-metre-high mountain in Bolivia. It is located in the Potosi Department, Sud Lipez Province, San Pablo de Lipez Municipality. It lies in the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve, northeast of Lag ...

Chiwana

Chiwana is a 5.301-metre-high mountain in Bolivia. It is located in the Potosi Department, on the border of the Nor Lipez Province, Colcha "K" Municipality, and the Quemes Municipality. The mountain lies at the Chiwana salt flat.

Tiyuyuq

Tiyuyuq is a 5.015-metre-high mountain in Bolivia. It is located in the Potosi Department, Sud Lipez Province, San Pablo de Lipez Municipality. It lies southeast of Lipez and east of Suni Kira.

Mount Uyuni

Uyuni, yard, cemetery, -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, "the one that has got a pen", "the one with a pen") is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia, about 5.084 metres high. It is situated in the Potosi Department, Antonio Quijarro Province, Tom ...

Mamore River

The Mamore is a large river in Bolivia and Brazil which unites with the Beni to form the Madeira, one of the largest tributaries of the Amazon. It rises on the northern slope of the Sierra de Cochabamba, east of the city of Cochabamba, and is kno ...

Arque River

Arque River is one of the headwaters of Rio Grande and Mamore River in Bolivia. Arque River has its source in the Kimsa Cruz mountain range on the western slope of the mountain Waylluma at 17°41′0″S 66°43′30″W, 50 km northeast of the mining city ...

Ichilo River

Ichilo River is a Bolivian river at the foot of the Eastern Andes-Cordillera in South America. It lends its name to the Ichilo Province, one of the 15 provinces of the Santa Cruz Department of Bolivia.

Jacha Jawira (Los Andes)

Jacha Jawira which downstream is named Japha Jawira is a Bolivian river east of Lake Titicaca in the La Paz Department, Los Andes Province, Batallas Municipality and in the Omasuyos Province, Achacachi Municipality. Its waters flow to Lake Titica ...

Jacha Jawira (Calacoto)

Jacha Jawira which upstream is called Anallajchi and Sura Kuchu and downstream successively is named Qincha Jawira and Achuta is a Bolivian river in the La Paz Department, Pacajes Province, Calacoto Municipality. It is a right tributary of the Ac ...

Jacha Jawira (La Paz-Oruro)

Jacha Jawira which later is named Qara Qullu and Waña Jawira is a Bolivian river in the La Paz Department and in the Oruro Department. Its waters flow towards Uru Lake. The river originates near the mountain Wiskachani in the La Paz Department, L ...

Llallawa Jawira

The Llallawa Jawira or animal, jawira river, also spelled Llallagua Jahuira) which upstream successively is named Patu Uma, Challa Jawira, Jacha Qura, Lupipi and Chuqi Phuju is a river in the La Paz Department in Bolivia. It is a left tributary o ...

Thujsa Jawira (Pacajes)

Thujsa Jawira is a river in the La Paz Department in Bolivia. It is a left tributary of the Desaguadero River. The confluence is in the Caquiaviri Municipality of the Pacajes Province south of the village of Nasa Qara.

Chaki Mayu (Potosi)

Chaki Mayu, also Kachi Mayu, is a Bolivian river in the Potosi Department. It flows towards the Pillku Mayu. Known as Samasa the river flows in a bow from west to east around the northern slopes of the Khari mountain range along the village of Sa ...

Kunturiri (Bolivia-Chile)

Kunturiri is a volcano in the Andes on the border of Bolivia and Chile which rises up to 5.762 metres. On the Chilean side it is located in the Arica and Parinacota Region and on the Bolivian side in the Oruro Department, Sajama Province, Curahua ...

Yapu Qullu (Sajama)

Yapu Qullu is a dome in the Cordillera Occidental of Bolivia southeast of the summit of the Chullkani volcano. It is located in the Oruro Department, Sajama Province, Turco Municipality, east of the Sajama River and southwest of a plain named Tit ...

Chiqu

Chiqu) is a 5.475-metre-high volcano in Bolivia. It is located in the Potosi Department, Sud Lipez Province, San Pablo de Lipez Municipality. Chiqu lies northeast of Qhawana.

Qhawana

Qhawana is an extinct volcano at the border of Bolivia and Chile which reaches a height of approximately 5.300 m. It is located in the Potosi Department, Sud Lipez Province, San Pablo de Lipez Municipality. Qhawana lies on the western border of t ...

Suni Kira

Suni Kira is a 5.899-metre-high volcano in Bolivia. It is located in the Potosi Department, Nor Lipez Province, Colcha "K" Municipality, and in the Sud Lipez Province, San Pablo de Lipez Municipality. It lies north of the Uturunku volcano. The vo ...

Antimary River

The Antimary River, also called the Antimari River, is a river that flows through the states of Acre and Amazonas in Brazil. It is a tributary of the Acre River.

São Francisco River

The São Francisco River or Rio São Francisco is a river in Brazil. With a length of 2.914 kilometres, it is the longest river that runs entirely in Brazilian territory, and the fourth longest in South America and overall in Brazil. It used to be ...

Alalau River

Alalau River is a river forming part of the border between the Amazonas and Roraima states in north-western Brazil, a tributary of the Jauaperi River. The river basin is in the 2.585.910 hectares 6.389.900 acres Waimiri Atroari Indigenous Territo ...

Pitinga River

The Pitinga River is a river of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. It empties into the Balbina Dam on the Uatumã River.

Roosevelt River

The Roosevelt River is a Brazilian river, a tributary of the Aripuanã River about 760 kilometres in length.

Sucunduri River

The Sucunduri River rises in the 808.312 hectares 1.997.380 acres Sucunduri State Park in the municipality of Apui. The Monte Cristo rapids on the Sucunduri is an area with great numbers and diversity of animals and birds. In 2006 it was also the ...

Almada River

The Almada River basin is in the southern region of Bahia State, covering the municipalities of Almadina, Coaraci, Ibicarai, Barro Preto, Itajuipe, Itabuna, Ilheus and Uruçuca. It has an area of 1.545 square kilometres 597 sq mi and a perimeter o ...

Paraguaçu River

The Paraguaçu River is a river in Bahia state of eastern Brazil. It runs 500 kilometres from the Chapada Diamantina highlands of central Bahia to its mouth at the Baia de Todos os Santos. The Paraguaçu is the largest river entirely within Bahia. ...

Subae River

The Subae River is a river in Bahia state of Brazil. It has its source in the city of Feira de Santana and runs 55 kilometres to the mouth at the Baia de Todos os Santos. The river was used by the Portuguese to create a large-scale sugarcane prod ...

Doce River

The Doce River") is a river in southeast Brazil with a length of 853 kilometres. The river basin is economically important. In 2015 the collapse of a dam released highly contaminated water from mining into the river, causing an ecological disaster.

Paranaiba River

The Paranaiba River is a Brazilian river whose source lies in the state of Minas Gerais in the Mata da Corda mountains, municipality of Rio Paranaiba, at an altitude of 1.148 meters; on the other face of this mountain chain are the sources of the ...

Tocantins River

The Tocantins River is a river in Brazil, the central fluvial artery of the country. In the Tupi language, its name means "toucans beak". It runs from south to north for about 2.450 km. It is not really a branch of the Amazon River, since its wat ...

Munim River

The Munim River is a river of Maranhão state in northeastern Brazil. It flows north for about 320 kilometres before emptying into the Baia de São Jose to the south of the state capital. The river has suffered from agricultural pollution and from ...

Parnaiba River

The Parnaiba River is a river in Brazil, which forms the border between the states of Maranhão and Piaui. Its main course is 1.400 km long and the Parnaiba River Basin covers 344.112 km 2. The Parnaiba River rises in the Chapada das Mangabeiras r ...

Cuiaba River

The Cuiaba River is a Brazilian river in the western state of Mato Grosso that flows in the Rio de la Plata Basin. It is a tributary of the São Lourenço River.

Rio Grande (Parana River)

Rio Grande is a river in south-central Brazil. It rises in the Mantiqueira Mountains in the state of Minas Gerais and descends inland, west-northwestward. Its lower course marks a portion of the Minas Gerais-São Paulo border. At the Mato Grosso d ...

Abaete River

The Abaete River is a river of Minas Gerais state in southeastern Brazil. Its origin is in the Serra da Canastra, about 20 kilometres north of São Gotardo and it passes through São Gonçalo do Abaete. The river runs nearly north and empties into t ...

Angu River

The Angu River is a river in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. It is a left bank tributary of the Rio Paraiba do Sul. It is 58 km in length and drains an area of 346 km 2. The source of the river is located in the municipality of Senador Corte ...

Araçuai River

The Araçuai River is a river of Minas Gerais state in southeastern Brazil. The Araçuai River flows through the Jequitinhonha Valley in the northeast of Minas Gerais, through the town of Araçuai, which the river takes its name from. It is a tribut ...

Paraiba do Sul

The Paraiba do Sul, or simply termed Paraiba, is a river in southeast Brazil. It flows 1.137 km west to northeast from its farthest source at the source of the river Paraitinga to the sea near Campos dos Goytacazes. The river receives its name wh ...

Paraibuna River (Minas Gerais)

The Paraibuna is a river in Minas Gerais state, Brazil, and a major tributary of the Paraiba do Sul. It flows through the important commercial and industrial city of Juiz de Fora. The name of the river probably comes from the Tupi "para y buna" s ...

Das Velhas River

The das Velhas River is by length the major tributary of the basin of the São Francisco river. Its water flows into that river at a place called Barra do Guaicui, municipality of da Palma. The source was found to be the waterfall Andorinhas locat ...

Caripi River (Maracanã)

The Caripi River is the main tributary of the Maracanã River, which it enters from the left. The lower reaches of the river are protected by the 30.179 hectares 74.570 acres Maracanã Marine Extractive Reserve, created in 2002.

Maracanã River (Para)

The Maracanã is a meandering river with a main channel that varies in depth in its lower reaches from 15 to 20 metres 49 to 66 ft. It rises in the south of the municipality of Castanhal, Para, then flows in a northeast direction to the Atlantic O ...

Marapanim River

The Marapanim River rises in the municipality of São Francisco do Para. It flows in a generally north direction, and enters the Atlantic Ocean just past Marapanim, Para, which lies on its left bank. The eastern side of the Marapanim Bay before Ma ...

Açungui River

The Açungui river basin is the last natural reserve of unpolluted water to supply the metropolitan region of Curitiba. The basin includes the Açungui National Forest, created in 1944 under the government of Getulio Vargas as the Romario Martins P ...

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