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Wei River (Xiang tributary)

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The Wei or Weishui River (simplified Chinese: 沩水河; traditional Chinese: 溈水河; pinyin: Wéishuǐ Hé), begins in Weishan Township, is 117.2 kilometres (72.8 mi) long, and has a drainage basin of 2,125 square kilometres (820 sq mi). It is the largest river in Ningxiang City and one of the largest tributaries of the Xiang River.[1]

Wei River
沩水河
Wei River,Ning Xiang county 28.JPG
Picture of Wei River in downtown Ningxiang City.
Wei River (Xiang tributary) is located in Hunan
Wei River (Xiang tributary)
Location on Hunan.
Location
Physical characteristics
SourceWeishan Township
 - locationNingxiang, Hunan
MouthXiang River
Length117.2 km (72.8 mi)
Basin size2,125 km2 (820 sq mi)
Basin features
WaterbodiesTianping Reservoir
Huangcai Reservoir

Wei River's main tributaries include Huangjuan River (黄涓水), Duan River (塅溪), Mei River (梅溪), Tiechong River (铁冲河), Yutang River (玉堂水), Chu River and Wu River. The river passes places such as Huangcai Town, Hengshi Town, Shuangfupu Town, Dachengqiao Town, Batang Town, Huilongpu Town, Baimaqiao Township, Yutan Town, Lijingpu Township, and Shuangjiangkou Town, and empties into the Xiang River in Wangcheng District.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Huang Haichao; Jiang Hongzhao (2002). 《宁乡史地》 [History and geography of Ningxiang County] (in Chinese). Hainan: Nanfang Publishing House. p. 18. ISBN 7-80660-538-X.

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