Tibiriça River

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Tibiriça River
Location
Country Brazil
Physical characteristics
Source 
  location São Paulo state
Mouth Aguapeí River
  coordinates
21°43′S50°15′W / 21.717°S 50.250°W / -21.717; -50.250 Coordinates: 21°43′S50°15′W / 21.717°S 50.250°W / -21.717; -50.250

The Tibiriça River is a river of São Paulo state in southeastern Brazil.

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