Ebro

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Coordinates: 40°43′12″N 0°51′47″E / 40.72000°N 0.86306°E / 40.72000; 0.86306
Ebro
Catalan: Ebre
River
The Ebro River in Zaragoza
Kintra Spain
Tributaries
 - left Nela, Jerea, Bayas, Zadorra, Ega, Arga. Aragón, Gállego, Segre
 - right Oca, Oja, Tirón, Najerilla, Iregua, Cidacos, Alhama, Jalón, Huerva, Martín, Guadalope, Matarranya
Source
 - location Pico Tres Mares, Cantabria, Spain
 - elevation 1,980 m (6,496 ft)
 - coordinates 43°02′20.80″N 4°24′10.59″W / 43.0391111°N 4.4029417°W / 43.0391111; -4.4029417
Mouth
 - location Mediterranean Sea, Tarragona, Spain
 - elevation 0 m (0 ft)
 - coordinates 40°43′12″N 0°51′47″E / 40.72000°N 0.86306°E / 40.72000; 0.86306
Length 910 km (565 mi)
Basin 80,093 km2 (30,924 sq mi)
Discharge mouth
 - average 426 m3/s (15,044 cu ft/s)
Wattershed o the Ebro

The Ebro (Spainyie an Basque: [ˈeβɾo] ) or Ebre (Catalan: [ˈeβɾə, ˈeβɾe]) is ane o the maist important rivers on the Iberian Peninsula. It is the biggest river bi discharge volume in Spain. It is the seicont langest river on the Spain efter the Tagus.

The Ebro flows through the follaeing ceeties: Reinosa in Cantabria; Frías an Miranda de Ebro in Castile and León; Haro, Logroño, Calahorra, an Alfaro in La Rioja; Tudela in Navarre; Alagón, Utebo, Zaragoza, an Caspe in Aragon; an Flix, Móra d'Ebre, Benifallet, Tivenys, Xerta, Aldover, Tortosa, an Amposta in Catalonia.