Salado River

Salado River

The Salado River (Spanish "Río Salado)" may refer to:
* Salado River, Argentina "(Río Salado)", a tributary of the Paraná River
* Several smaller rivers in Argentina, including:
** "Salado River (Buenos Aires)", which starts at the El Chañar lagoon and runs shoutheast some 650 kilometres to the Samborombón Bay
**Desaguadero-Salado, in Mendoza Province, San Luis Province and La Pampa Province, the runs down to the Colorado River
**In Catamarca Province and La Rioja Province, the local "Colorado" river is also referred to as the Salado River
* Salado River, Mexico "(Río Salado)", in northern Mexico, a tributary of the Rio Grande "(Río Bravo)"
* Salt River (Arizona)
* Salado River (Antofagasta, Chile)

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