Guan River

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The Guan River (Chinese: 灌江), also known as Guanyang River (Chinese: 灌阳河), is a right-bank tributary of the upper Xiang River in Guilin, Guangxi, China. The river rises in Liziping (Chinese: 犁子坪) of Dazhuyuan Village (Chinese: 大竹园村), Dongjing Township, Guanyang County.[1] Its main stream runs generally southwest to northeast through Guanyang and Jiahe counties, and it joins the Xiang at Xiaonan Village (Chinese: 水南村) of Quanzhou Town, Quanzhou. The Guan River has a length of 176.63 kilometres (109.75 mi), with its tributaries, and the drainage basin covers an area of 2,285.7 square kilometres (882.5 sq mi).[citation needed]

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  1. ^ According to Quanzhou Chronicles Volume II (Physical Environment) - Chapter 4 (Hydrology) - No.1 (surface water) 全州志 卷2(自然环境)- 第四章(水文)第一节(地表水). also see qztsg.cn

Coordinates: 25°55′16″N 111°04′29″E / 25.9211°N 111.0748°E / 25.9211; 111.0748