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Eo River

Eo
Origin Baleira
Mouth Atlantic
Basin countries  Spain
Length 91.5 km
Source elevation 850 m
Avg. discharge 20.11 m3/s

The Eo is a river in northwestern Spain. Some 91 km in length, its estuary forms the boundary between the regions of Galicia and Asturias. The river is known for its salmon fishing.

See also

External links

  • Río Eo

Coordinates: 43°33′02″N 7°01′52″W / 43.5505°N 7.0311°W / 43.5505; -7.0311

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