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Itata River

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Itata River

Itata River
View of Itata River near Ñipas
Mouth Pacific Ocean
Basin countries Chile
Length Approximately 140 km
Avg. discharge 6-700 m³/s
Basin area 11,294 km²

The Itata River flows in the Bío Bío Region, southern Chile.

Until the Conquest of Chile, the Itata was the natural limit between the Mapuche, located to the south, and Picunche, to the north.

See also


  • (December 2004). Cuenca de rio Itata (English: River basin of Itata River)

External links

  • Google Map of Itata River

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