Dos Papagaios River
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The Dos Papagaios River ("Rio dos Papagaios") is a river of Paraná state in southern Brazil. It is crossed by the Ponte dos Papagaios, a culturally significant bridge of Paraná built in 1876. The river marks the eastern border of Porto Amazonas municipality.
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- "Recanto dos Papagaios, entre Palmeira e Balsa Nova, nos Campos Gerais". Gazeta do Povo. Archived from the original on 17 June 2013. Retrieved 29 August 2019.
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