Adda River (South Sudan)

Adda River
Adda River (South Sudan) is located in South Sudan
Adda River (South Sudan)
Physical characteristics
Mouth 
 • coordinates
9°48′55″N 24°50′29″E / 9.815290°N 24.841414°E / 9.815290; 24.841414Coordinates: 9°48′55″N 24°50′29″E / 9.815290°N 24.841414°E / 9.815290; 24.841414
Basin features
River systemBahr al-Arab. White Nile

The Adda River is a river of South Sudan, a tributary of the Bahr al-Arab.

The river flows through the Western Bahr el Ghazal, South Sudan. The average elevation is 499 metres (1,637 ft) above sea level.[1] It joins the Umbelasha River opposite the town of Radom, Sudan, to form the Bahr al-Arab, which defines the border between South Sudan and Sudan.[2]

References

  1. ^ "River Adda", geoview.info, retrieved 2020-10-12
  2. ^ "River Adda", Geonames, retrieved 2020-10-12
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