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The PáNUCO RIVER (Spanish : RíO PáNUCO, Spanish pronunciation: ( listen )), also known as the RíO DE CANOAS, is a river in Mexico
Mexico
fed by several tributaries including the Moctezuma River and emptying into the Gulf of Mexico
Mexico
. The river is approximately 510 kilometres (320 mi) long and passes through or borders the states of Mexico
Mexico
, Hidalgo , Querétaro
Querétaro
, San Luis Potosí
San Luis Potosí
, Tamaulipas
Tamaulipas
, and Veracruz
Veracruz
. Since one of the headwaters of the Moctezuma River is the Tula River , the Pánuco ultimately drains the Valley of Mexico
Mexico
containing Mexico
Mexico
City .

CONTENTS

* 1 Description * 2 See also * 3 References and external links * 4 References

DESCRIPTION

Boat on Pánuco River
Pánuco River

Near its source, the Pánuco serves as a drainage channel for Mexico City . From there, it becomes the state border between Hidalgo and Querétaro