Manasi River

The Manasi River (simplified Chinese: 玛纳斯河; traditional Chinese: 瑪納斯河; pinyin: mǎnàsī hé, also called Manas) is in the south of Dzungarian Basin, Xinjiang, China. Flowing into Lake Manasi, the river is about 450 km long.



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