Luhong River

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The Luhong River (Chinese: 芦洪江), also known as Ying River (Chinese: 应水), is a left-bank tributary of the upper Xiang River in Yongzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China. Luhong River rises in Lishuichong (Chinese: 栗木冲) of Dasheng Town (Chinese: 大盛镇) in the east of the Huanghua Mountains (Chinese: 黄花山), Dong'an County.[citation needed] The main stream of the Luhong River runs generally northwest to southeast, and it joins the Xiang at Shuijiangkou (Chinese: 水江口) of Gaoxishi Town (Chinese: 高溪市镇), Lengshuitan. The main stream of the Luhong River has a length of about 80 kilometres (50 mi), with its tributaries; the drainage basin covers an area of 1,076 square kilometres (415 sq mi).[1]

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  1. ^ 冷水滩区的自然地理: Chinese Encyclopedia, 湘江: baidu.com (Baidu Encyclopedia)

Coordinates: 26°30′39″N 111°38′29″E / 26.5109°N 111.6413°E / 26.5109; 111.6413