San Juan River

[Metro Manila] The San Juan River is one of the main river system in Metro Manila, Philippines, and is a major tributary of the Pasig River. It begins near La Mesa Dam as the San Francisco del Monte River, which officially takes on the name San Juan River when it meets with Mariblo Creek in Quezon City. As the San Juan River, it passes thro...
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San Juan River

[Vancouver Island] The San Juan River is a river on southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, draining into the Pacific Ocean at Port San Juan, the harbour for Port Renfrew, which is at the limit of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, which lies south and southeast of the river. Its name is derived from that or Port San Juan, which is al...
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San Juan River

[Colombia] The San Juan River (Río San Juan) is an important river of Colombia that flows into the Pacific Ocean through the Chocó Department. It is approximately {convert|380|km|mi|abbr=on} and drains a watershed of {convert|2100|km2|sqmi|abbr=on}. The river drains into a large delta that covers nearly {convert|300|km2|sqmi|abbr=on}. ==G...
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San Juan River

[Dominican Republic] The San Juan River (Dominican Republic) is a river of the Dominican Republic. ...
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San Juan River

[Veracruz] The San Juan River (Veracruz) is a river of Mexico. ...
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San Juan River

[Guatemala] The San Juan River (Guatemala) is a river of Guatemala. ...
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San Juan River

[Uruguay] The San Juan River (Spanish, Río San Juan) is a river of Uruguay. It empties into the Río de la Plata. ...
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San Juan River

[Venezuela] San Juan River is a river of north-eastern Venezuela. It flows into the Gulf of Paria. ...
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San Juan River

river and outlet of Lake Nicaragua, issuing from the lake`s southeastern end at San Carlos and flowing along the Nicaragua–Costa Rica border into the ... [3 related articles]
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San Juan River

river in the southwestern United States, rising in the San Juan Mountains of southern Colorado, on the west side of the Continental Divide. It then ... [1 related articles]
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San Juan River

[Philippines] The name San Juan River can refer to a number of rivers of the Philippines: ...
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San Juan River

[Calamba] The San Juan River (Tagalog: Ilog ng San Juan) is a river system in Calamba City, Philippines. It is one of 21 major tributaries of Laguna de Bay and is regularly monitored by the Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA) through one of its 15 river monitoring stations. Along with the San Cristobal River, it is one of the two major...
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San Juan River

[Tamaulipas] The San Juan River is the largest and most important river in the Mexican state of Nuevo León. The river feeds the El Cuchillo Dam, which provides the city of Monterrey with water. The San Juan River basin has a total surface area of {convert|33538|km2|sqmi}. The San Juan River is a tributary to the Rio Grande (Rio Bravo) — ...
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San Juan River

[Argentina] The San Juan River is, together with the Jáchal, the most important river of the Argentine province of San Juan. Both join the Desaguadero/Colorado system that end at the Atlantic Ocean. The river starts near the town of Calingasta, in the southwest of the province, from the confluence of three main rivers: the Calingasta River...
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San Juan River

[Nicaragua] The San Juan (Spanish: Río San Juan), also known as El Desaguadero (`the drain`), is a 192.06 km (119.7 mi) river that flows east out of Lake Nicaragua into the Caribbean Sea. A large section of the border between Nicaragua and Costa Rica runs on the right (southern) bank of the river. It was part, with the lake, of a proposed ...
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San Juan River

[Colorado River] The San Juan River is a significant tributary of the Colorado River in the southwestern United States, about {convert|383|mi} long. The river drains an area of about {convert|24600|mi2|km2} in southwestern Colorado, northwestern New Mexico, southeastern Utah, and a small part of northeastern Arizona. The average flow of the...
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