Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Guadiana River

Arabic  Wadi Ana,  Portuguese  Rio Guadiana,  Spanish  Río Guadiana,  one of the longest streams of the Iberian Peninsula, flowing generally westward through south-central Spain and southeastern Portugal to the Gulf of Cádiz in the Atlantic Ocean. The river has a drainage area of 23,455 square miles (60,748 square km), a length of 483 miles (778 km), and about 30 major tributaries. Its flow is relatively meagre—only about half that of the Tagus or the Douro—because

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