Chi River (Hanshui)

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The Chi River (Chinese: 池河; pinyin: Chí Hé) is a Chinese river that is tributary to the Hanshui, or Han River, which ultimately flows into the Yangtze. Its total length is 114 kilometres (71 mi) and drains an area of 1,033 square kilometres (399 sq mi). The difference in elevation between its source and mouth is 1,914 metres (6,280 ft).[1]

Notes

  1. ^ 王杰等主编 (Wang Jiedeng), ed. (1997). 长江大辞典 (Dictionary of the Yangtze) (in Chinese). Wuhan: 武汉出版社 (Wuhan Press). ISBN 978-7-5430-1615-6. 


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