Tibagi River

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Tibagi River
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Tibagi River
Location
Country Brazil
Physical characteristics
Source 
  location Paraná state
Mouth  
  location
Paranapanema River

The Tibagi River (Portuguese, Rio Tibagi, [1] also spelled Tibagy [2] and Tibají [3] ) is a river of Paraná state in southern Brazil. It is a tributary of the Paranapanema River.

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Coordinates: 22°47′55″S51°0′18″W / 22.79861°S 51.00500°W / -22.79861; -51.00500 [4]

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