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Agualeguas, Nuevo León

Agualeguas is both a city and a municipality located in the northeastern part of the state of Nuevo León, Mexico, . The name "Agualeguas" honors the first inhabitants of the region, the Gualegua tribe. It was erected as a village on January 7, 1821 by Bro. Diego Velázquez. The municipality has an area of 917.6 km² and is located 180 meters above the sea level. According to the 2000 census, there are 4,492 inhabitants....

Gualeguaychú River

The Gualeguaychú River (Spanish, Río Gualeguaychú is a river in the province of Entre Ríos, Argentina. It starts in the center-east of the province, within the Colón Department, and flows south, passing by the city of Gualeguaychú and then emptying into the Uruguay River. Its drainage basin has an area of 6,693 km²....

Gualeguay River

The Gualeguay River (Spanish Río Gualeguay) is one of the major rivers of the Mesopotamic province of Entre Ríos, Argentina. It is born in the north of the province, in the region between the cities of Federación and San José de Feliciano, and meanders in a general south-southwestward direction across the center of the province for about, receiving a large number of tributary streams. It passes by the cities of Villaguay, Rosario del Tala, and Gualeguay, and finally empties into the Río Paraná Ibicuy, a distributary of the Paraná River in the Paraná Delta....

Puntas del Gualeguaychú

Puntas del Gualeguaychú is a village and municipality in Entre Ríos Province in northeastern Argentina....

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