Li River

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The Li River, also called Li Jiang in Chinese, is a river in Guangxi, China. It is famous for its Karst mountains and river water cruise sights.

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Li River starts from Mount Mao'er and ranges 83 kilometers southeast from Guilin to Yangshuo, and continues south as the Gui River, which flows into the Xi Jiang River in Wuzhou , the western tributary of the Pearl River in Guangdong.

The 437-kilometer course goes through the Li River, Gui River, Xijiang River and Pearl River from Guangxi to Guangdong, and finally falls into China South Sea.

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