Calçoene River

Calçoene River is a river of state in north-eastern . In 1894, the river was at the heart of gold rush with there were 6,000 to 10,000 gold miners active in and around the river.
2.4894° or 2° 29' 21.8" north
-50.9135° or 50° 54' 48.5" west
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Open­Street­Map ID
way 10718228
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Also Known As

  • Catalan: Calçoene
  • Cebuano: Rio Calçoene
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: نهر كالكوين
  • English: Rio Calçoene
  • French: Rio Calcoene
  • French: Rio Calçoene
  • Irish: Abhainn Calçoene
  • Portuguese: Rio Calçoene
  • Portuguese: Rio calçoene
  • Russian: Калсуэни
  • Russian: Кальсоене (река)
  • Swedish: Rio Calçoene
  • Welsh: Afon Calçoene
  • Rio Calsoene
  • Rio Carsevenne
  • River Vincent Pinzón

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