What is The National River of Argentina?

What is The National River of Argentina?

There are many Important National River In Argentina. The country is highly urbanized with over 92% of the population living in the urban areas.

It is a country with diverse ecosystems influenced by the natural resources such as rivers. This article discusses some of the longest rivers in Argentina.

Parana River:- The Parana River the longest river to pass through Argentina, and also flows through Brazil and Paraguay. It flows a total of 3,030 miles.
Paraguay River:- The river flows for a total length of 1,621 miles up to the point where it joins the Parana River.
Uruguay River:- The Uruguay River originates from the Serra do Mar in Brazil where the River Canoas and River Pelotas join and flows a distance from there to empty its waters at Rio de la Plata.

References Used:

1. https://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/samerica/argentina/arsymbols.htm
2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_symbols_of_Argentina

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