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Hakari (river)

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Hakari River (Azerbaijani: Həkəri) is the left tributary of the Araz in Azerbaijan. The river is 128 kilometres (80 mi) long and flows through Qubadli District and Zangilan District. Several populated places are along the river, like Aganli (on the left bank), Alibayli (on the right bank), Mammadbayli (on the left bank) and Yenikend (on the right bank). The Armenia–Azerbaijan border runs near the river.

The elevation difference between the source and mouth is 2,812 metres (9,226 ft). The river's water is used for irrigation and drinking. Fishes like trout and Arctic cisco spawn in this river.

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Hakari (river) Wikipedia


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