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|Abukuma River
 
|Abukuma River
 
|[[Japan (Civ6)|Japan]]
 
|[[Japan (Civ6)|Japan]]
|The 2nd longest river in the Tōhoku region and the 6th longest river in Japan.
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|The 2nd longest river in the Tōhoku region and the 6th longest river in Japan
 
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|Achelous River
 
|Achelous River
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|Amazon River
 
|Amazon River
 
|[[Brazil (Civ6)|Brazil]]
 
|[[Brazil (Civ6)|Brazil]]
|The largest river by discharge volume of water in the world, the longest river in Brazil as well as South America, and second longest in the world.
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|The largest river by discharge volume of water in the world
 
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|Amiskwasîpi
 
|Amiskwasîpi
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|Amur River
 
|Amur River
 
|[[China (Civ6)|China]], [[Russia (Civ6)|Russia]]
 
|[[China (Civ6)|China]], [[Russia (Civ6)|Russia]]
|The world's 10th longest river, forming the border between the Russian Far East and Manchuria.
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|The world's 10th longest river, forming the border between the Russian Far East and Northeastern China
 
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|Apurimaq Mayu
 
|Apurimaq Mayu
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|Atbarah River
 
|Atbarah River
 
|[[Nubia (Civ6)|Nubia]]
 
|[[Nubia (Civ6)|Nubia]]
|A river in northeast Africa rises in northwest Ethiopia, north of Lake Tana and west of Gondar. Referred by ancient authors as the Astabaras River.
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|A river in northeast Africa rises in northwest Ethiopia, north of Lake Tana and west of Gondar. Referred by ancient authors as the Astabaras River
 
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|Athabasca River
 
|Athabasca River
 
|[[Canada (Civ6)|Canada]]
 
|[[Canada (Civ6)|Canada]]
|A river that originates from the Columbia Glacier of the Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada.
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|A river that originates from the Columbia Glacier of the Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada
 
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|Atoyac River
 
|Atoyac River
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|Ayung River
 
|Ayung River
 
|[[Indonesia (Civ6)|Indonesia]]
 
|[[Indonesia (Civ6)|Indonesia]]
|The longest river on the Indonesian island of Bali.
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|The longest river on the Indonesian island of Bali. The river is famous for white water rafting.
 
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|Bahr Yussef
 
|Bahr Yussef
 
|[[Egypt (Civ6)|Egypt]]
 
|[[Egypt (Civ6)|Egypt]]
|A canal which connects the Nile River with Fayyum in Egypt. In ancient times, it was known as Mer-Wer (the Great Canal). The Arabic name refers to the prophet Yusuf, the Quranic counterpart of the Biblical Joseph.
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|A canal which connects the Nile River with Fayyum in Egypt. In ancient times, it was known as Mer-Wer (the Great Canal). The Arabic name refers to the prophet Yusuf, the Quranic counterpart of the Biblical Joseph
 
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|Balsas River
 
|Balsas River
 
|[[Aztec (Civ6)|Aztec]]
 
|[[Aztec (Civ6)|Aztec]]
|A major river of south-central Mexico. The basin flows through the states of Puebla, Morelos, Guerrero, and Mexico. The river flows through the Sierra Madre del Sur, and empties into the Pacific Ocean at Mangrove Point, adjacent to the city of Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán.
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|A major river of south-central Mexico. The basin flows through the states of Puebla, Morelos, Guerrero, and Mexico. The river flows through the Sierra Madre del Sur, and empties into the Pacific Ocean at Mangrove Point, adjacent to the city of Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán
 
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|Bani River
 
|Bani River
 
|[[Mali (Civ6)|Mali]]
 
|[[Mali (Civ6)|Mali]]
|The pricipal tributary of the Niger River. Has three main tributaries: the Baoulé, the Bagoé River, and the Banifing-Lotio.
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|The pricipal tributary of the Niger River. Has three main tributaries: the Baoulé, the Bagoé River, and the Banifing-Lotio
 
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|Barada River
 
|Barada River
 
|[[Arabia (Civ6)|Arabia]]
 
|[[Arabia (Civ6)|Arabia]]
|The main river found in the city of Damascus, the capital of Syria. The Barada is identified as 'Abana' in the Bible.
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|The main river found in the city of Damascus, the capital of Syria. The Barada is identified as 'Abana' in the Bible, which is the more important of the two rivers of Damascus, Syria and was mentioned in the ''Book of Kings'' (2 Kings 5:12).
 
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|Barito River
 
|Barito River
 
|[[Indonesia (Civ6)|Indonesia]]
 
|[[Indonesia (Civ6)|Indonesia]]
|A river of Borneo. This river is the location of the closest relative of the Malagasy language of Madagascar, the Ma'anyan language of Dayaks, from where settlers arrived in Madagascar from the 3rd to 10th century.
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|A river of Borneo. This river is the location of the closest relative of the Malagasy language of Madagascar, the Ma'anyan language of Dayaks, from where settlers arrived in Madagascar from the 3rd to 10th century
 
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|Bassac River
 
|Bassac River
 
|[[Khmer (Civ6)|Khmer]]
 
|[[Khmer (Civ6)|Khmer]]
|The river starts in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and flows southerly, crossing the border into Vietnam near Châu Đốc. In Vietnam it is known as the Hậu River.
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|The river starts in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and flows southerly, crossing the border into Vietnam near Châu Đốc. In Vietnam it is known as the Hậu River
 
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|Batanghari River
 
|Batanghari River
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|Bengawan Solo River
 
|Bengawan Solo River
 
|[[Indonesia (Civ6)|Indonesia]]
 
|[[Indonesia (Civ6)|Indonesia]]
|The longest river in the Indonesian island of Java. it is a renowned region in paleoanthropology. Many discoveries of early hominid remains have been made at several sites in its valleys, including that of the first early human fossil found outside of Europe, the "Java Man" skull.
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|The longest river in the Indonesian island of Java. it is a renowned region in paleoanthropology. Many discoveries of early hominid remains have been made at several sites in its valleys, including that of the first early human fossil found outside of Europe, the "Java Man" skull
 
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|Bio-Bio River
 
|Bio-Bio River
 
|[[Mapuche (Civ6)|Mapuche]]
 
|[[Mapuche (Civ6)|Mapuche]]
|The 2nd largest river in Chile. It originates from Icalma and Galletué lakes in the Andes and flows to the Gulf of Arauco on the Pacific Ocean.
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|The 2nd largest river in Chile. It originates from Icalma and Galletué lakes in the Andes and flows to the Gulf of Arauco on the Pacific Ocean
 
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|Brahmaputra River
 
|Brahmaputra River
 
|[[India (Civ6)|India]]
 
|[[India (Civ6)|India]]
|One of the major rivers of Asia, a trans-boundary river which flows through Tibet, India, and Bangladesh.
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|One of the major rivers of Asia, a trans-boundary river which flows through China, India, and Bangladesh.
 
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|Brisbane River
 
|Brisbane River
 
|[[Australia (Civ6)|Australia]]
 
|[[Australia (Civ6)|Australia]]
|The longest river in South East Queensland, Australia, and flows through the city of Brisbane, before emptying into Moreton Bay.
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|The longest river in South East Queensland, Australia, and flows through the city of Brisbane, before emptying into Moreton Bay. John Oxley, the first European to explore the river, named it after the Governor of New South Wales, Sir Thomas Brisbane in 1823
 
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|Bug River
 
|Bug River
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|Columbia River
 
|Columbia River
 
|[[Canada (Civ6)|Canada]], [[America (Civ6)|America]]
 
|[[Canada (Civ6)|Canada]], [[America (Civ6)|America]]
|The longest river in the Pacific Northwest region of North America.
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|The largest river in the Pacific Northwest region of North America.
 
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|Congo River
 
|Congo River
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|Danube River
 
|Danube River
 
|[[Hungary (Civ6)|Hungary]], [[Germany (Civ6)|Germany]]
 
|[[Hungary (Civ6)|Hungary]], [[Germany (Civ6)|Germany]]
|Europe's second longest river, after the Volga. It is located in Central and Eastern Europe. Originating in Germany, the Danube flows southeast passing through or bordering Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, 
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|Europe's second longest river, after the Volga. It is located in Central and Eastern Europe. Originating in Germany, the Danube flows southeast for passing through or bordering Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, 
   
 
Bulgaria, Moldova and Ukraine before draining into the Black Sea.
 
Bulgaria, Moldova and Ukraine before draining into the Black Sea.
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|Daugava River
 
|Daugava River
 
|[[Russia (Civ6)|Russia]]
 
|[[Russia (Civ6)|Russia]]
|A river rising in the Valdai Hills, flowing through Russia, Belarus, and Latvia and into the Gulf of Riga.
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|A river rising in the Valdai Hills, flowing through Russia, Belarus, and Latvia and into the Gulf of Riga
 
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|Delaware River
 
|Delaware River
 
|[[America (Civ6)|America]]
 
|[[America (Civ6)|America]]
|A major river on the Atlantic coast of the United States. It flows through five U.S. states: Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania. It is most famous for when President George Washington crossed the river on Christmas to engage the British at the Battle of Trenton.
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|A major river on the Atlantic coast of the United States. It drains in five U.S. states: Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania. It is most famous for when President George Washington crossed the river the night of Christmas to engage the Battle of Trenton
 
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|Diyala River
 
|Diyala River
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|Dnieper River
 
|Dnieper River
 
|[[Russia (Civ6)|Russia]]
 
|[[Russia (Civ6)|Russia]]
|The fourth longest river in Europe, flowing from Russia southwards through Belarus and Ukraine before draining into the Black Sea. It is a well known cultural barrier, separating Ukraine in two.
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|Dniester River
 
|Dniester River
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|Euphrates River
 
|Euphrates River
 
|[[Arabia (Civ6)|Arabia]], [[Sumer (Civ6)|Sumer]]
 
|[[Arabia (Civ6)|Arabia]], [[Sumer (Civ6)|Sumer]]
|Flowing southeast from its headwaters in Turkey through Syria and Iraq before draining into the Persian Gulf, the Euphrates, along with the Tigris, was one of the main rivers which Mesopotamian civilizations first rose up.
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|Eurotas River
 
|Eurotas River
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|Ganges River
 
|Ganges River
 
|[[India (Civ6)|India]]
 
|[[India (Civ6)|India]]
|A major river in northern India, flowing east from the Himalayas through India and Bangladesh before draining into the Bay of Bengal. Over 400,000,000 people live on the Ganges.
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|Geum River
 
|Geum River
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|Han River
 
|Han River
 
|[[Korea (Civ6)|Korea]]
 
|[[Korea (Civ6)|Korea]]
|Fourth longest river in Korea. It is formed by two tributaries which converge near South Korea's capital, Seoul.
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|Hutt River
 
|Hutt River
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|Indus River
 
|Indus River
 
|[[India (Civ6)|India]]
 
|[[India (Civ6)|India]]
|The longest river in Pakistan and 19th in the world. It is most well known for being the birthplace of the Indus River valley civilization (which is represented in Civilization VI as the city-state [[Mohenjo Daro (Civ6)|Mohenjo Daro]]).
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|Inkisi River
 
|Inkisi River
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|Irrawaddy River
 
|Irrawaddy River
 
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|The longest and national river of Myanmar and 31st longest in the world.
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|Ishikari River
 
|Ishikari River
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|Mississippi River
 
|Mississippi River
 
|[[America (Civ6)|America]]
 
|[[America (Civ6)|America]]
|The second longest river in North America, together with the Missouri River forms the third longest river in the world. It rises in Minnesota, flowing south, forming part of or all of the borders between US states Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana before draining into the Gulf of Mexico.
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|The Mississippi River is the 2nd longest river in north america and drains U.S. states an Canadian Provinces east of the Rockies and west of the Appalachians
 
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|Missouri River
 
|Missouri River
 
|[[America (Civ6)|America]]
 
|[[America (Civ6)|America]]
|The longest tributary of the Mississippi River and the longest river in North America. It rises in Montana, flowing through North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, and Kansas before meeting the Mississippi River in Missouri.
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|The longest river in North America the Missouri River is a tributary of the Mississippi
 
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|Mixteco River
 
|Mixteco River
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|Nile River
 
|Nile River
 
|[[Nubia (Civ6)|Nubia]], [[Arabia (Civ6)|Arabia]], [[Egypt (Civ6)|Egypt]]
 
|[[Nubia (Civ6)|Nubia]], [[Arabia (Civ6)|Arabia]], [[Egypt (Civ6)|Egypt]]
|The longest river in Africa and the world, flowing from the African Great Lakes region northwards. Its drainage basin covers Rwanda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Eritrea, South Sudan, Sudan, and Egypt. It was where the Egyptian civilization, the first civilization in the world, rose to power.
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|Northern Dvina
 
|Northern Dvina
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|Ohio River
 
|Ohio River
 
|[[America (Civ6)|America]]
 
|[[America (Civ6)|America]]
|The largest tributary of the Mississippi River, flowing west from the US state of Pennsylvania, forming the borders between Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois before meeting the Mississippi River at the borders of Illinois, Kentucky, and Missouri.
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|Okavango River
 
|Okavango River
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|Pearl River
 
|Pearl River
 
|[[China (Civ6)|China]]
 
|[[China (Civ6)|China]]
|The third longest river in China and second largest by volume after the Yangtze. It is most well known for its delta, where Cantonese culture rose up.
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|Po River
 
|Po River
 
|[[Rome (Civ6)|Rome]]
 
|[[Rome (Civ6)|Rome]]
|A major river in northern Italy, its drainage basin services 1/3 of all of Italy's population.
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|Potomac River
 
|Potomac River
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|Rhine River
 
|Rhine River
 
|[[Netherlands (Civ6)|Netherlands]], [[Germany (Civ6)|Germany]], [[France (Civ6)|France]]
 
|[[Netherlands (Civ6)|Netherlands]], [[Germany (Civ6)|Germany]], [[France (Civ6)|France]]
|The eleventh longest river in Europe, rising in Switzerland and flowing mostly northwards through Liechtenstein, Austria, France, Germany, and draining the Netherlands. It was the northern boundary of the Roman Empire, as well as the desired boundary against Germany for France in medieval times.
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|Rhone River
 
|Rhone River
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|River Severn
 
|River Severn
 
|[[England (Civ6)|England]]
 
|[[England (Civ6)|England]]
|The longest river in the United Kingdom.
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|River Spey
 
|River Spey
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|Rubicon River
 
|Rubicon River
 
|[[Rome (Civ6)|Rome]]
 
|[[Rome (Civ6)|Rome]]
|A small river in Italy known for its association with the Latin phrase 'Alea iacta est', uttered by Julius Caesar in 49 BC as he crossed the Rubicon with his troops against Roman general Pompey. The phrase, meaning 'the die is cast', has been transliterated into English as 'crossing the Rubicon', another phrase with an identical meaning.
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|Saint Lawrence River
 
|Saint Lawrence River
 
|[[Canada (Civ6)|Canada]], [[America (Civ6)|America]]
 
|[[Canada (Civ6)|Canada]], [[America (Civ6)|America]]
|A river that connects the Great Lakes of North America to the Atlantic Ocean. It forms part of the international boundary between Canada and the United States east of Lake Ontario, between the Canadian province of Ontario and the US state of New York. It is also the primary river in Quebec, where it ultimately drains.
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|Sakarya River
 
|Sakarya River
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|River Thames
 
|River Thames
 
|[[England (Civ6)|England]]
 
|[[England (Civ6)|England]]
|The second longest river in Great Britain, it is most known for being the river which flows through London.
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|Tiber River
 
|Tiber River
 
|[[Rome (Civ6)|Rome]]
 
|[[Rome (Civ6)|Rome]]
|The third longest river in Italy, it is most known for being the river which flows through Rome.
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|Tigris River
 
|Tigris River
 
|[[Sumer (Civ6)|Sumer]], [[Arabia (Civ6)|Arabia]]
 
|[[Sumer (Civ6)|Sumer]], [[Arabia (Civ6)|Arabia]]
|Flowing southeast from its headwaters in Turkey through Syria and Iraq before draining into the Persian Gulf, the Tigris, along with the Euphrates, was one of the main rivers which Mesopotamian civilizations first rose up.
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|Tisza River
 
|Tisza River
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|Yangtze River
 
|Yangtze River
 
|[[China (Civ6)|China]]
 
|[[China (Civ6)|China]]
|The longest river in China and the third longest in the world. It flows east from the Tibetan Plateau to the East China Sea, its drainage basin covering 1/5 of all of China, with 1/3 of China's population living within its basin. It is culturally known as the line that divides north China from south China.
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|Yellow River
 
|Yellow River
 
|[[China (Civ6)|China]]
 
|[[China (Civ6)|China]]
|The second longest river in China and the sixth longest in the world. It rises in the Bayan Har mountains in Qinghai Province, flowing east to the Bohai Sea. It is the birthplace of Chinese civilization.
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|Yenisei River
 
|Yenisei River
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|Zambezi River
 
|Zambezi River
 
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|Zavkhan River
 
|Zavkhan River
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