What is the source of the Amazon River?

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The source of Amazon River is Lago Villafro in the Andes Mountains. It is the second longest river in the world with a length of 6400 kilometres. The Amazon River runs from the Andes to the sea and has more than 200 tributaries.
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The Amazon River is the second longest river of the world. The geographic source of the Amazon River in Mt. Nevado Mismi of Peru. From its source to the mouth, the length of the Amazon
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The main source of the Amazon River is the Apacheta cliff. The Apacheta cliff is located in the country of Peru, in Nevado Mismi, Arequipa.
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