What Is the Longest River in South America?

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The longest river in South America is the Amazon River. This river goes all the way from the Atlantic Ocean and goes through a number of countries such as Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Columbia and Venezuela.
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Amazon River, 3,976 miles of length.
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Drainage has been notably affected by the physical dissymmetry of the continent. The major basins lie east of the Andes, and the main rivers flow to the Atlantic Ocean. The four largest
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The longest river in South America is the Amazon (6,300 miles).
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