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Nanpan River

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Nanpan River

The Pearl River system with the Nanpan River in the west

The Nanpan River (Chinese: 南盘江; pinyin: Nánpán) has its source in the Yungui Plateau of eastern Yunnan Province. It then flows east, forming part of the border between Guizhou and Guangxi provinces. It joins with the Beipan River to become the Hongshui River.

Part of the Nanpan River is blocked by the Tianshengqiao Dam (Chinese: 天生桥大坝; pinyin: Tiānshēngqiáo dà bà), from which Wanfeng Lake (Chinese: 万峰湖; pinyin: Wànfēng hú) is formed.

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