Huequén River

The Huequén River (Spanish: Río Huequén) is a river in the Malleco Province of Araucanía Region, Chile. The Huequén River is a tributary of the Vergara River. The city of Angol sits at the confluence of the river with the Malleco river.[1] Rio Requén and Rio Ñipaco are tributaries of the Huequén River.[2] The river undergoes seasonal flooding in the winter.[3]

Huequén River
Huequén River is located in Chile
Huequén River
Location of mouth in Chile
Native nameRío Huequén  (Spanish)
Location
CountryChile
RegionAraucanía
ProvinceMalleco
Physical characteristics
Mouth 
 • location
36°49′03″S 73°09′45″W / 36.8176°S 73.1624°W / -36.8176; -73.1624Coordinates: 36°49′03″S 73°09′45″W / 36.8176°S 73.1624°W / -36.8176; -73.1624
Length17.43 km (10.83 mi)

The river has a total length of 17.43 kilometres (10.83 mi).[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Salvatore., Bizzarro (2005). Historical dictionary of Chile. The Scarecrow Press. ISBN 978-0810840973. OCLC 728058665.
  2. ^ "EL GOBIERNO DE LAS LEYES", En defensa del estado de derecho, Dykinson, 2017, pp. 19–98, doi:10.2307/j.ctt22nmd45.4, ISBN 9788491485391
  3. ^ Chilena de Antropología, Revista (2011-12-16). "Indice general de la Revista Chilena de Antropología". Revista Chilena de Antropología (11). doi:10.5354/0719-1472.1992.17646. ISSN 0719-1472.
  4. ^ "Rio Huequen, Araucanía, Chile". cl.geoview.info. Retrieved 2019-01-05.