Aragvi

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Aragvi

 

a river in eastern Georgia; left tributary of the Kura. Formed near the settlement of Pasanauri by the confluence of the Belaia and the Chernaia Aragvi rivers, which rise on the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus. Length, 66 km; basin area, 2,740 sq km. Fed by a mixture of sources. It is used for irrigation. The Georgian Military Road runs along the river valley. The city of Mtskheta is located on the Aragvi at its confluence with the Kura.

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