Kizil River

Kizil River

geographical name

River, central and north-central Turkey. The longest river wholly within Turkey and the largest in Anatolia, it rises in north-central Turkey and flows southwestward. It turns north and empties into the Black Sea after a total course of 734 mi (1,182 km). Unsuitable for navigation, it is a source of irrigation and hydroelectricity for the region.

Variants of KIZIL RIVER

Kizil River ancient Halys River

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