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Huancabamba River

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The Huancabamba River has his origin in the confluence of the rivers Huaylamayo and Chontabamba in Peru. The top course is formed by the basins of these rivers. The average course is understood between Huancabamba and the Pozuzo and his low course between Pozuzo and the confluence in the river Palcazu. The river Huancabamba - Pozuzo has a general orientation of course south - north. This basin there is understood between the mountain range of Yanachaga to the East and the line departmental limit Huanuco - Pasco.

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