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Lô River

 

Lô River

Lô River

The Lô River ("Clear River" Vietnamese: sông Lô) is a major river of Vietnam. It flows through Hà Giang Province, Tuyên Quang Province and Phú Thọ Province for 470 kilometres and has a basin area of 39,000 km² and originates in Yunnan, China.[1]

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  1. ^ World and Its Peoples: Eastern and Southern Asia: Volume 6 - Page 724 Marshall Cavendish Corporation - 2007 "RED RIVER The Red River (Song Hong in Vietnamese) rises in southwestern China and flows 750 miles ( 1,200 km) to ... Two major tributaries join the Red River: the Clear River (Song Lo) on the left bank and the Black River (Song Da) on ..."

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