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Panoramic view of Cerrada of Elias, Cazorla, Spain
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El río Borosa es un pequeño río de la sierra de Cazorla (Jaén). Nace en la laguna de Aguas Negras, y tras un breve trecho se remansa en el embalse de FEDA o de Aguas Negras, donde recibe las aguas del arroyo de Valdeazores. Tras caer por la cascada del Salto de los Órganos, atraviesa las cerradas de Puente Toba, Puente Piedra y de Elías, donde recoge las aguas del Arroyo de la Orada, siendo éste uno de los parajes turísticos más importantes de la Sierra de Cazorla. Tras recibir las aguas del arroyo de las Truchas, desemboca tras recorrer 11 km en el Guadalquivir a la altura de la Casa de Tablas, siendo su principal afluente antes de que éste se embalse en el Pantano del Tranco.

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