Tiétar (river)

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Tiétar
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The Tiétar in the province of Toledo
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Location
Country Spain
Physical characteristics
Source 
  location Puerto de la Venta del Cojo
  elevation1,200 m (3,900 ft)
Mouth  
  location
Tagus
  elevation
215 m (705 ft)
Length170 km (110 mi)
Basin size4,459 km2 (1,722 sq mi)
Basin features
Progression TagusAtlantic Ocean
Tagus Basin

Tiétar is a river of Spain. It is a tributary of the Tagus. Its source is in the Sierra de Gredos mountain range and has a length of 170 km. [1] It flows into the Tagus at Monfragüe.

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Coordinates: 40°20′0″N4°36′0″W / 40.33333°N 4.60000°W / 40.33333; -4.60000