Lerma River

The Lerma River is 's second longest river. It is a 750 km-long river in west-central Mexico that begins in at an altitude over 3,000 metres above sea level, and ends where it empties into , Mexico's largest lake, near Guadalajara, .
20.2076° or 20° 12' 27.5" north
-102.781° or 102° 46' 51.5" west
1523 metres (4997 feet)
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Also Known As

  • Catalan: Riu Lerma
  • Catalan: Riu Lerma Santiago
  • Cebuano: Río Lerma
  • Chinese: 萊爾馬河
  • Chuvash: Лерма
  • Czech: Lerma
  • Czech: Río Lerma Santiago
  • Dutch: Lerma
  • Dutch: Rio Lerma
  • Dutch: Río Lerma
  • English: Wakawaka
  • Esperanto: Lerma-Rivero
  • Esperanto: Lermao
  • Esperanto: Río Lerma
  • French: Rio Lerma
  • French: Río Lerma
  • French: río Lerma
  • German: Lerma
  • German: Rio Grande de Santiago
  • German: Rio Lerma
  • German: Río Grande de Santiago
  • German: Río Lerma
  • Irish: Abhainn Lerma
  • Italian: Lerma
  • Japanese: レルマ川
  • Lithuanian: Lerma
  • Norwegian: Lerma
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Río Lerma
  • Polish: Lerma
  • Portuguese: Rio Lerma
  • Russian: Лерма
  • Spanish: Lerma
  • Spanish: Rio Lerma
  • Spanish: Río Lerma
  • Welsh: Afon Lerma
  • Río de Lerma

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