Uruguay River


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Uruguay River

A river of southeast South America rising in southern Brazil and flowing about 1,595 km (990 mi) west and south along the Brazil-Argentina border and the Argentina-Uruguay border to the Río de la Plata.
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Noun1.Uruguay River - a South American river that arises in southern Brazil and flows south to the Rio de la Plata; the northern section forms the boundary between Argentina and Brazil and the southern section forms the boundary between Argentina and Uruguay
South America - a continent in the western hemisphere connected to North America by the Isthmus of Panama
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There will be a new collection of water from the Uruguay River with pumping equipment, a modern module on the same site and drinking water reserves will be increased by two new tanks, with a total capacity of 20 thousand cubic meters.
In Porto Xavier, a fisherman was washed away by the waters of the Uruguay River, one of the largest in the area, on Sunday.
The Uruguay River forms the border with Argentina, while another river, the Rio Cuareim (Rio Quarai in Portuguese) forms the one with Brazil.
The Uruguayan Navy strengthened port controls through a Borders Surveillance system and implemented an IT system (SIGEMAR) to centralize sport boat registration and increase intelligence gathering in ports along the Uruguay River.
The Libertador General San Martin Bridge is a cantilever road bridge that crosses the Uruguay River and joins Argentina and Uruguay.
The cities of Irai and Barra do Guarita, which declared a state of disaster, have been particularly badly hit by a combination of heavy rains and the Uruguay River bursting its banks: the river rose with little warning and is reported to have exceeded its regular level by up to 20 meters (65 feet) in some places.
Our destination was the H20 Termal (spa), a boutique hotel located in a rural area near the Uruguay River.
Diet of pachyurus bonariensis (steindachner, 1879) (perciformes, sciaenidae) in Mocoreta, Uruguay River, Argentina
Salto, a city of around 120,000 which lies on the banks of the Rio Uruguay river, some 300 miles northwest of the capital, is the place that can truly lay claim to him.
In Argentina, it is restricted to the water bodies of Corrientes and Entre Rios (Lopretto 1995), at the Parana and Uruguay River basins.