The Faro River is a 310-kilometre-long (190 mi) river that flows over the NigeriaCameroon border in Africa. Its source is on the Adamawa Plateau, which lies southeast of Ngaoundéré. A tributary of the Benue River, they meet on the border.[1]

Map showing the Benué River drainage basin. The Faro River can be seen to the south of it.

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  1. ^ "Faro River". Academic Dictionaries and Encyclopedias. Retrieved 27 January 2014.

Coordinates: 9°20′00″N 12°55′30″E / 9.3333°N 12.9250°E / 9.3333; 12.9250