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The Gui River (Chinese: 桂江) is a river in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China, and a tributary of the Xi Jiang. It is formed in Pingle by the confluence of the Li River and Lipu River [Wikidata] and flows southeast, merging with the Xun Jiang to form the Xi at Wuzhou.

Gui River
桂江

Guì Jiāng
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The Gui River in the Pearl River watershed
Location
CountryChina
StateGuangxi
Physical characteristics
SourceConfluence of the Li and Lipu Rivers
 - locationPingle, Guangxi, China
 - coordinates24°38′09″N 110°36′38″E / 24.6358°N 110.6106°E / 24.6358; 110.6106
MouthXi River
 - location
Wuzhou, Guangxi, China
 - coordinates
23°28′05″N 111°18′35″E / 23.4680°N 111.3096°E / 23.4680; 111.3096Coordinates: 23°28′05″N 111°18′35″E / 23.4680°N 111.3096°E / 23.4680; 111.3096
Length426 km (265 mi)[1]
Basin size18,200 km2 (7,000 sq mi)[2]
Discharge 
 - average767 m3/s (27,100 cu ft/s)[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "西江水系" [Xi River system]. 广西通志 [Encyclopedia of Guangxi] (in Chinese). November 1993. Retrieved 9 January 2016.
  2. ^ a b "主要河流基本情况(2012年)" [Overview of major rivers (2012)]. Guangxi Statistical Yearbook 2013 (in Chinese). Retrieved 9 January 2016.