Manaus is a city of about 2.5 million on the Rio Negro a few miles before it meets the Rio Solimões to form the Amazon River proper. The two rivers flow side by side for many miles, different in color, mixing in eddies: the "Meeting of the Waters." Legend has it that they never mix.

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Arabic: ماناوس, Belarusian: Горад Манаус, Bengali: মানাউশ, Bishnupriya: মানাউস, Bulgarian: Манаус, Chechen: Манаус, Chinese: 马瑙斯, Esperanto: Manaŭo, French: Manaus, Georgian: მანაუსი, German: Manaus, Greek: Μανάους, Guarani: Manaos, Hebrew: מנאוס, Hindi: मनौस, Italian: Manaus, Japanese: マナウス, Kazakh: Манаус, Kirghiz: Манаус, Korean: 마나우스
Latvian: Manausa, Lithuanian: Manausas, Macedonian: Манаус, Marathi: मानौस, Mongolian: Манаус, Ossetian: Манаус, Persian: مانائوس, Portuguese: Manaus, Russian: Манаус, Serbian: Манаус, South Azerbaijani: مانائوس, Spanish: Manaos, Spanish: Manaus, Tajik: Манаус, Tamil: மனௌசு, Thai: มาเนาส์, Ukrainian: Манаус, Urdu: میناوس, Western Panjabi: ماناؤس, Yiddish: מאנאוס

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