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Rios De España


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  • 1. Rivers of spain
  • 2. What are rivers?
    • A river is a water current that is going to stop to the sea, or to another place
  • Rivers in spain
    • The flow of the Spanish rivers is very scanty.
  • What are themostimportantrivers?
    • Themostimportantrivers in spain are: miño, duero, tajo ,ebro , guadianaguadalquivir, jucar y segura.
  • Miño
    • Rio of Spain, de340 km from length, which coursecrosses the provinces of Lugo, Orense and Pontevedra, in the autonomous community of Galicia. In his last section it constitutes the border in Spain and Portugal. Itis born in Meira's saw and takes a north direction- south betweenLugo and Orense and then this west, happeningthis way for Ribadavia and Tuy, up to his river mouth in the Óceano Atlántico, between the Guard (Spain) and Camiña (Portugal). It crosses regions as Terra Cha, Miño's pit. Ribeiro and valley of the Rose-bush and his principal tributaries are the Sil, Arnoya, Avia Tea and Louro. Good part of his courseformsa narrow and fitted valley, with Belesar's reservoirs(damming), The Peares and Geld It of Miño, for the production of hydroelectric energy.
  • Duero
    • It is born in the southern slope of the beaks of Urbión, of the Iberian System in the province of Soria. His course flows along approximately 895 km from which 609 pass for the Spanish area. His basin with 98160 km2 .de surface is the major one of the Iberian Peninsula. The Atlantic Ocean ends in the Ocean, near Oporto in Portugal. Hismightier tributaries are the proceeding ones from the Cantabrian Mountain chain. They stand out: the Esla, the Duratón, the Eresma, the Adaja, the Tormes, the Órbigo, the Arlanza and the Arlanzón.
  • tajo
    • The Tagus (in Portuguese, Tejo) is the longest river of the Iberian Peninsula, to which it crosses in his central part, following a course this west, with a slight inclination towards the southwest
  • Ebro
    • The river Ebro is the mightiest river of the Iberian Peninsula and the second longest, behind the Tagus.
  • guadiana
    • The Guadiana is the longest fourth river of the Iberian Peninsula and the tenth mightiest, passing for two conditions(states) (Spain and Portugal).
  • guadalquivir
    The river Guadalquivir is a Spanish river, is considered to be tradicionalemente his birth in the Glen of the Sources(Fountains) in Quesada's municipality (Jaen), passes for the provinces of Jaen, Cordova, Almeria, Granada and Seville and ends for Sanlúcar de Barrameda, in a wide estuary between(among) the province of Cadiz and that of Huelva.
  • 3. Jucar
    The Júcar (in Valencian, Xúquer) is a river of the Iberian Peninsula, placed in the East of Spain. It has a length of 497,5 km, crosses the provinces of Cuenca, Albacete and Valencia, and Mediterranean ends in the sea. It was known as Sucro by the Romans.
  • 4. segura
    the segura it is born in the place of the segura Source(Fountain), to 5 kilometres of Low Pontoon in the municipality of Santiago - pontoons (Jaen). It passes for the provinces of Jaen, Albacete, Murcia and Alicante. (Alicante) ends in the Mediterranean, in Guardamar of Sure, after a tour of 325 km and a hydrographic basin of 18.870 km ².