The Khrami (Georgian: ხრამი, Azerbaijani: Anaxatır) is a 201-kilometre (125 mi) long river in eastern Georgia and western Azerbaijan, a right tributary of the Kura River. It originates in the Trialeti Range and flows into a deep valley. It is fed primarily fed by snow. Its tributaries are: the Debeda and Mashavera rivers. The Tsalka Reservoir and three hydroelectric power plants are built on the Khrami.

Khrami
Azerbaijani: Anaxatır
Khrami River Kirach Muganlo.jpg
Khrami river as seen near Kirach Muganlo, Georgia
Native nameხრამი
Location
CountryGeorgia (country), Azerbaijan
RegionCaucasus
Physical characteristics
SourceLesser Caucasus
 • locationTrialeti Range, Georgia
MouthKura River
 • location
Muğanlı, Agstafa, Azerbaijan
Length201 km (125 mi)
Discharge 
 • locationdirectly downstream into Kura
Basin features
River systemKura River
Tributaries 
 • leftDebeda River, Mashavera

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Coordinates: 41°18′55″N 45°07′31″E / 41.31528°N 45.12528°E / 41.31528; 45.12528