Acharistsqali

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Acharistsqali (Georgian: აჭარისწყალი - literal meaning: Adjara's water) is a river of southwestern Georgia. It is a right tributary of the river Çoruh (Chorokhi), which flows into the Black Sea. It is 90 kilometres (56 mi) long, and has a drainage basin of 1,540 square kilometres (590 sq mi).[1]

Acharistsqali
Acharistskali Gorge near Khulo.jpg
Acharistskali Gorge near Khulo.
Acharistskali location map2.svg
Native nameაჭარისწყალი  (Georgian)
Location
CountryGeorgia
Adjara
Physical characteristics
SourceCaucasus Mountains
MouthÇoruh
 • coordinates
41°32′28″N 41°43′10″E / 41.54111°N 41.71944°E / 41.54111; 41.71944Coordinates: 41°32′28″N 41°43′10″E / 41.54111°N 41.71944°E / 41.54111; 41.71944
Length90 km (56 mi)
Basin size1,540 km2 (590 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionÇoruhBlack Sea

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Statistical Yearbook of Georgia: 2020, National Statistics Office of Georgia, Tbilisi, 2020, p. 12.