Grijalva River

Grijalva River, formerly known as Tabasco River. is a 480 km long river in southeastern . It is named after Juan de Grijalva who visited the area in 1518.
Latitude
18.6089° or 18° 36' 32.1" north
Longitude
-92.696° or 92° 41' 45.5" west
Open Location Code
76C9J853+HJ
Geo­Names ID
3527376

Also Known As

  • Armenian: Գրիխալվա
  • Basque: Grijalva
  • Belarusian: Грыхальва
  • Belarusian: Рака Грыхальва
  • Bulgarian: Грихалва
  • Catalan: Grijalva
  • Cebuano: Grijalva
  • Chinese: 格里哈爾瓦河
  • Croatian: Grijalva
  • Czech: Grijalva
  • Czech: Grijálva
  • Dutch: Grijalva
  • Dutch: Rio Grijalva
  • Dutch: Río Grijalva
  • Egyptian Arabic: نهر چريچالفا
  • English: Mezcalapa River
  • English: Río Chiapa
  • English: Tabasco River
  • Esperanto: Grijalva
  • French: Rio Grijalva
  • French: Río Grijalva
  • Georgian: გრიხალვა
  • German: Mezcalapa
  • German: Rio Grijalva
  • German: Río Chiapa
  • German: Río Grijalva
  • German: Tabasco
  • Irish: Abhainn Grijalva
  • Italian: Grijalva
  • Japanese: グリハルバ川
  • Lithuanian: Grichalva
  • Norwegian: Grijalva
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Grijalva
  • Persian: رود گریوالا
  • Polish: Grijalva
  • Portuguese: Rio Grijalva
  • Romanian: Rio Grijalva
  • Romanian: Río Grijalva
  • Russian: Грихальва
  • Russian: Рио-Грихальва
  • Russian: Рио Грихальва
  • Russian: Табаско
  • Spanish: Grijalva
  • Spanish: Rio Grijalva
  • Spanish: Río Grijalva
  • Swedish: Grijalva
  • Ukrainian: Гріхальва
  • Welsh: Afon Grijalva
  • Rio Grande
  • Rio de Chiapa
  • Río Grande de Chiapa
  • Río Mezcalapa
  • Río Tabasco

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