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Itaquai River

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Itaquai River

Itaquai River
Origin Amazonas state
Basin countries Brazil

The Itaquai River is a river of the upper Amazon Basin. It forms the eastern boundary of Atalaia do Norte municipality in the Amazonas state of north-western Brazil. Its main tributary is the Rio Branco. Downstream it joins the Ituí River to form the upper Solimões.

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References

  • Brazilian Ministry of Transport

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