The Órbigo River is a river in the provinces of León and Zamora, Spain. It begins at the convergence of the Luna Riverand the Omaña River in the town of Secarejo, in the Cimanes del Tejar municipality. Decades ago, that confluence was some km. defore, in the town of Santiago del Molinillo. It flows from north to south through the province of León and ultimately flows into the Esla River below Benavente.How the river came to have this name is not known. Órbigo etymologically signifies "two rivers" (from the Basque "Ur-bikoa"[citation needed]). There exists a theory that the river now called the Luna should be the real start of the Órbigo. Although it was the same river, in the times of the Conde Luna, it was ordered to change that name of the river so that the part in the county would have its name.
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