Toa Vaca River

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Toa Vaca River
Native nameRío Toa Vaca  (Spanish)
Location
Commonwealth Puerto Rico
Municipality Villalba
Physical characteristics
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  elevation538 ft.

The Río Toa Vaca (Spanish : Río Toa Vaca) is a river of Villalba and Coamo, Puerto Rico.

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Coordinates: 18°06′00″N66°29′21″W / 18.0999611°N 66.4890608°W / 18.0999611; -66.4890608 [1]

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