Timbó River

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Timbó River
Location
Country Brazil
Physical characteristics
Source 
  location Santa Catarina state
Mouth  
  location
Iguazu River
  coordinates
26°17′26″S50°53′53″W / 26.2905°S 50.8981°W / -26.2905; -50.8981 Coordinates: 26°17′26″S50°53′53″W / 26.2905°S 50.8981°W / -26.2905; -50.8981

The Timbó River is a river of Santa Catarina state in southeastern Brazil. It is part of the Paraná River basin and a tributary of the Iguazu River. It flows into the Iguazu near Irineópolis.

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