Gan River and Yuhong Pagoda in Ganzhou
|Country||People's Republic of China|
|Length||885 km (550 mi)|
|⁃ average||1,667 m3/s (58,900 cu ft/s)|
The Gan River (simplified Chinese: 赣江; traditional Chinese: 贛江; pinyin: Gàn Jiāng, Gan: Kōm-kong) travels 885 km (550 mi) north through the western part of Jiangxi before flowing into Lake Poyang and thus the Yangtze River. The Xiang-Gan uplands separate it from the Xiang River of neighboring eastern Hunan.
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- . Collier's New Encyclopedia. 1921.
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