Adda River (South Sudan)
|9°48′55″N 24°50′29″E / 9.815290°N 24.841414°E / 9.815290; 24.841414|
|River system||Bahr 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. 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.
- ^ "River Adda", geoview.info, retrieved 2020-10-12
- ^ "River Adda", Geonames, retrieved 2020-10-12