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Tarim River

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The Tarim River (Chinese: 塔里木河; pinyin: Tǎlǐmù Hé; Uyghur: تارىم دەرياسى‎, ULY: Tarim deryasi), known in Sanskrit as the Śītā is an endorheic river in Xinjiang, China.  It is the principal river of the Tarim Basin, a desert region of Central Asia between the Tian Shan and Kunlun Mountains.  The river historically terminated at Lop Nur, but today reaches no further than Taitema Lake before drying out.
It is the longest inland river in China, with an annual flow of 4 to 6 billion cubic metres (3,200,000 to 4,900,000 acre⋅ft) or 158.5 cubic metres per second (5,600 cu ft/s). Its basin is home to nearly 10 million Uyghur and other ethnic minorities.


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Tarim River

Tarim River

River in China

  • Desc: The Tarim River, known in Sanskrit as the Śītā is an endorheic river in Xinjiang, China. It is the principal river of the Tarim Basin, a desert region of Central Asia between the Tian Shan and Kunlun Mountains.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarim_River
  • Type: BodyOfWater, Place, Thing, RiverBodyOfWater
  • Result Score: 1152.62
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