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|Sông Thiên Đức|
Duong River look from Phu Dong Bridge 2008.
|Tỉnh, thành||Hà Nội, Bắc Ninh|
|Source||Cửa Dâu Junction|
|- location||Xuân Canh, Đông Anh District, Hanoi, Vietnam|
|Mouth||Mỹ Lộc Junction|
|- location||Trung Kênh, Lương Tài District, Bắc Ninh Province, Vietnam|
|Length||68 km (42 mi)|
|Discharge||for Thượng Cát|
|- average||880 m3/s (31,077 cu ft/s)|
|- max||9,000 m3/s (317,832 cu ft/s)|
Media related to Duong River at Wikimedia Commons
- Vietnam Administrative Atlas, NXB Bản Đồ, 2004
- Kim Ngoc Bao Ninh A World Transformed: The Politics of Culture in Revolutionary ... 2002 - Page 133 "Hoàng Cầm, well known for his heartbreaking poem "On the Other Side of the Đuống River," which detailed his village's devastation during the anti-French resistance, had become the director of the National Theater Troupe in 1955. He, too ..."
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