Pepiri-Guazu River

The Pepiri-Guazu River (Spanish Río Pepirí Guazú,[1] Portuguese Rio Peperi Guaçu[2]) is a river of Argentina and the Santa Catarina state in southeastern Brazil. For its entire course, it forms a short portion of the international border between Argentina and Brazil. It flows from north to south into the Uruguay River.

Pepiri-Guazu River
Cabeceira de Pipiriguassu (Peperi-Guaçu) - Povoado de Barracon (Argentina) e Povoado de Dionísio Cerqueira (Brasil).jpg
Headwaters of Pepiri-Guazu River (circa 1929)
Location
CountryArgentina, Brazil
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationDionísio Cerqueira
Mouth 
 • location
Uruguay River

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Coordinates: 27°10′S 53°50′W / 27.167°S 53.833°W / -27.167; -53.833