The Fiume di Girgenti is a short river formed to the south of the ancient Sicilian city of Agrigento by the confluence of two streams: the Sant'Anna (or Drago; the ancient Hypsas) and San Biago (the ancient Acragas). It follows a course of about a mile before entering the sea at San Leone, a suburb of the modern Agrigento.
Latitude: 37° 16' 24.00" N
Longitude: 13° 35' 1.19" E
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