The Tagus River rises in east-central Spain, in the Sierra de Albarracin at an altitude of 1 590 meters, and flows through Portugal where it empties in the Atlantic Ocean near Lisbon. It is the longest river on the Iberian Peninsula. The river’s main tributaries are the: Jarama, Alberche, Tietar, Alagon, Guadelia, Almonte and Salor Rivers in Spain and the Erges, Ponsul, Zezere, and Sorraia Rivers in Portugal.

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