Batang Hari River

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The Batang Hari photographed during the 1877-79 Sumatra Expedition

The Batang Hari (Sungai Batanghari) is the longest river in Sumatra,[citation needed] Indonesia. It originates in the Minangkabau highlands and flows to the east coast of Sumatra. Trans-Sumatran Highway (AH25) crosses the river at the city of Jambi is located at near the mouth of the river.

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Coordinates: 1°03′43″S 104°12′25″E / 1.06194°S 104.20694°E / -1.06194; 104.20694