Abary River

(from the article `Guyana`) ...the Essequibo, the Potaro, Mazaruni, and Cuyuni drain the northwest, and the Rupununi drains the southern savanna. The coast is cut by shorter ...
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Abary River

The Abary River is a small river in northern Guyana that drains into the Atlantic Ocean. Historic Amerindian settlements existed at Tiger Island, Taurakuli and Doctor Ho Landing. The largest Arawak settlement was Abary village in the upper Abary River, which unfortunately now lies under the reservoir created by the Mahaica-Mahaicony-Abary (MMA) pr...
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