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The Aranjuez ([aɾaŋˈxwes]) is a river in Costa Rica that is born in the mountains and crosses the Guatusos province of Puntarenas. Its basin is about 200 kilometres (120 mi) in area. It empties into the Gulf of Nicoya, in the waters of the Pacific Ocean. It takes its name from the ancient city of Aranjuez, which existed in the late 16th century. At the mouth of the river was the port of Ribera, in the place now called Pitahaya Vieja.