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Arlanza river

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Arlanza river

Source of the Arlanza in Fuente Sanza (Sierra de la Demanda)
Country Spain
 - left Zumel, Abejón, Ciruelos, Mataviejas, Revilla, Franco
 - right Pedroso, San Martín, Cubillo, Arlanzón
Source Fuente Sanza
 - location Quintanar de la Sierra, Sierra de la Demanda, Burgos, Castile and León, Spain
 - elevation 1,282 m (4,206 ft)
Mouth La Requejada, Pisuerga river
 - location Torquemada, Cerrato, Palencia, Castile and León, Spain
 - elevation 737 m (2,418 ft)
Length 160 km (99 mi)

The River Arlanza rises in the Sierra de la Demanda, near Quintanar de la Sierra in an area known as Fuente Sanza. As it flows through the province of Burgos, Spain, it passes through the municipalities of Castrovido, Salas de los Infantes, Covarrubias and Lerma. Its main tributary is River Arlanzón that joins near Quintana del Puente shortly before the Arlanza itself joins River Pisuerga.

Coordinates: 42°1′51.03″N 3°35′40.36″W / 42.0308417°N 3.5945444°W / 42.0308417; -3.5945444

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