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Instance ofriver
Location Grisons, Switzerland
  • 50 km
Mouth of the watercourse
Drainage basin
Lakes on river
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46° 23′ 49.92″ N, 9° 34′ 15.96″ E
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The Mera, or Maira is a 50 kilometre river which rises near the Majola Pass in Switzerland and flows through the Val Bregaglia (crossing into Italy) to Chiavenna, finally entering Lake Como near Sorico.


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