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River, northeastern China. Rising in the Changbai Mountains, it is joined by its chief tributary, the Nen River, before it enters the Amur River 1,197 mi (1,927 km) later. The Amur's largest tributary, it passes through a fertile plain and is navigable for much of its course.
Variants of SUNGARI RIVER
Sungari River Chinese Songhua Jiang or Sung-hua Chiang
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