GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Bocas de Ceniza (Spanish for: Ash Mouths) is the mouth of the Magdalena River in the Caribbean Sea. It owes its name to the dusky color ocean waters take to receive the river. At present, the river flows into the sea through an artificial canal built in the 1930s.

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