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River (Argentina) Negro - People, Music, Business, Technology, Politics, Fiction

Patagonian river in SC Argentina; formed by junction of Neuquén and Limay Rivers; flows S and SE to the Atlantic 32 km/20 mi SE of Viedma; navigable for 400 km/250 mi upstream; used for hydroelectric power; vineyards in irrigated valleys; length of the Neuquén–Negro, 1130 km/702 mi.

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