Rivers of Paraguay
The rivers of Paraguay meant, in the absence of usable roads, natural ways to access the more remote Paraguayan territories. Some of them, the major tributaries of Paraguay and Parana, enabled navigat...
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Paraná River
The Paraná River (Spanish: Río Paraná, Portuguese: Rio Paraná) is a river in south Central South America, running through Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina for some 4,880 kilometres (3,030 m...
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Bamburral River
The Bamburral River is a river of Paraguay.
Melo River
The Melo River is a river of Paraguay.
Tímane River
The Tímane River is a river of Paraguay.
Carapá River
The Carapá River is a river of Paraguay.
Acaray River
The Acaray River (Guarani Akaray) is a river in eastern Paraguay. It is born in the Cordillera de Caaguazú, and is joined by the Yguazú and Itakyry rivers later on. The river flows through the Caaguaz...
Raúl Uranga – Carlos Sylvestre Begnis Subfluvial Tunnel
The Raúl Uranga – Carlos Sylvestre Begnis Subfluvial Tunnel (in Spanish, Túnel Subfluvial Raúl Uranga - Carlos Sylvestre Begnis), formerly known as the Hernandarias Subfluvial Tunnel, is an underwater...
Raúl Uranga – Carlos Sylvestre Begnis Subfluvial Tunnel - Wikipedia
Piribebuy River
The Piribebuy River is a river of Paraguay.
Piribebuy River - Wikipedia
Río Verde (Paraguay)
Río Verde (Spanish for "green river") is a river of Paraguay which flows along the Chaco region. It is a tributary of the Paraguay River.
Negro River (Paraguay)
The Negro River (Paraguay) is a river of Paraguay.
Paraná River steamers
The Paraná River is the second longest river in South America. Rising in Brazil, the river winds from the coastal mountains through tributaries and travels over Iguazu Falls 3,000 miles (4,828 km...
Paraná River steamers - Wikipedia
Aquidabán River
The Aquidabán River (Spanish: Río Aquidabán) is a river in the Amambay Department, in northeastern Paraguay.
Tigre, Buenos Aires Province
Tigre (Tiger) is a town in the Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, situated in the north of Greater Buenos Aires, 28 km (17 mi) north of Buenos Aires city. Tigre lies on the Paraná Delta and i...
Tigre, Buenos Aires Province - Wikipedia
Monte Lindo River
The Monte Lindo River is a river of Paraguay.
Curuguaty River
The Curuguaty River is a river of Paraguay.
Curuguaty River - Wikipedia
Aguaray-Guazú River (Jejuí Guazú River)
The Aguaray-Guazú River (Jejuí Guazú River) is a river of Paraguay.
Aguaray-Guazú River (Jejuí Guazú River) - Wikipedia
Aguaray-Guazú River (Paraguay River)
The Aguaray-Guazú River (Paraguay River) is a river of Paraguay.
Aguaray-Guazú River (Paraguay River) - Wikipedia
Helvecia
Helvecia is a town (comuna) in the center-east of the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, on the San Javier River (which empties promptly into the Paraná River). It had about 8,500 inhabitants at the 200...
Jejuy River
The Jejuy River (Spanish: Río Jejuy), a tributary of Paraguay River, is a river in Paraguay. Located in the northweastern part of that country, it flows eastwards discharging to Paraguay River n...
Paraguay River
The Paraguay River (Río Paraguay in Spanish, Rio Paraguai in Portuguese, Ysyry Paraguái in Guarani) is a major river in south central South America, running through Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Arge...
Paraguay River - Wikipedia
Monday River
The Monday River is a river of Paraguay.
Monday River - Wikipedia
Yguazú River
The Yguazú River is a river of Paraguay.
Yguazú River - Wikipedia
Manduvirá River
The Manduvirá River (Spanish, Río Manduvirá) is a river of Paraguay. It is a tributary of the Paraguay River.
57°18′28″W / 24.95833°S 57.30778°W / -24.95833; -57.30778
Salado River (Paraguay)
The Salado River (Spanish, Río Salado) is a river of Paraguay. It is a tributary of the Paraguay River.
57°28′38″W / 25.10722°S 57.47722°W / -25.10722; -57.47722
Apa River
The Apa River (Spanish: Río Apa) is a river of Paraguay and Brazil. It is a tributary of the Paraguay River, which in turn is a tributary of the Paraná River. The Apa forms part of the border between ...
Apa River - Wikipedia
Santa Elena, Entre Ríos
Santa Elena is a city in the province of Entre Ríos, Argentina. It has 18,410 inhabitants as per the 2001 census . It lies on the eastern shore of the Paraná River, 110 km (68 mi) north-nort...