[mahn-tah-raw; English man-tahr-oh, mahn-]
a river in central Peru, flowing SE to the Apurímac River. About 360 miles (580 km) long.
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It is known as the Apurimac only down to the mouth of the Mantaro tributary, 11 45′ S. lat.
This pass is the dividing line between the Mantaro and the Palca watersheds, both of which belong to the Amazon basin.