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The Suriname River is 480 km long and flows through the country of Suriname.

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The Suriname River is 480 km long and flows through the country of Suriname. Its sources are located in the Guiana Highlands on the border between the Wilhelmina Mountains and the Eilerts de Haan Mountains (where it is known as the Gran Rio).

The Suriname River is 480 km long and flows through the country of Suriname. The Suriname River is 480 km long and flows through the country of Suriname. The Suriname River is 480 km long and flows through the country of Suriname.
The river flows below the reservoir along Brokopondo, Berg en Dal, the migrant communities Klaaskreek and Nieuw-Lombé, Jodensavanne, Carolina, Ornamibo and Domburg, before reaching the capital Paramaribo on the left bank and Meerzorg on the right bank.

The Suriname River is 480 km long and flows through the country of Suriname.

The Suriname River is 480 km long and flows through the country of Suriname. The Suriname River is 480 km long and flows through the country of Suriname. The Suriname River is 480 km long and flows through the country of Suriname.
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The Suriname River is 480 km long and flows through the country of Suriname.

At Nieuw-Amsterdam it is joined by the Commewijne and immediately thereafter at the sandspit Braamspunt it flows into the Atlantic Ocean.

The river has several sets of rapids as well as a few dams, the largest of which is the Afobakadam.

The river's flow is interrupted by the Brokopondo Reservoir, which therefore divides the river into two sections. The upstream section runs almost entirely through the Sipaliwini district, and the downstream section runs through the Brokopondo, Para, Commewijne, Wanica and Paramaribo districts.

The Suriname River is 480 km long and flows through the country of Suriname.

The Suriname River is 480 km long and flows through the country of Suriname. For import and export, the Suriname is by far the most important river in the country. Not only do all vessels carrying bauxite, aluminum oxide and aluminum depart from Suriname via the river, nearly all vessels carrying materials vital for Suriname enter the country at Braamspunt in order to offload their cargoes in the harbours of Paramaribo - or the harbours of Smalkalden and Paranam – approximately 30 km from Paramaribo – which are vital for the aluminum industry.

Seen here the Make Jesus Smile shoeboxes being transported up the Suriname River and arriving at Tjaikondre.

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Seen here the Make Jesus Smile shoeboxes being transported up the Suriname River and arriving at Tjaikondre.
Seen here the Make Jesus Smile shoeboxes being transported up the Suriname River and arriving at Tjaikondre. Seen here the Make Jesus Smile shoeboxes being transported up the Suriname River and arriving at Tjaikondre. Seen here the Make Jesus Smile shoeboxes being transported up the Suriname River and arriving at Tjaikondre.
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