Bajdrag Gol

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Bajdrag Gol

 

Baidarik, a river in the southern part of the Mongolian People’s Republic. Length, 295 km; basin area, about 28,300 sq km. The river rises in the southern slopes of the Khangai Range and flows into Lake Boon Cagaan Nuur, located in the Valley of Lakes, in the northern foothills of the Gobi Altai. High water is reached in the summer. The Baj-drag Gol is used for irrigation.

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