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Cherek River (Russian: Черек) is a river in Kabardino-Balkaria in Russia, a right tributary of the Baksan River (Terek's basin). The length of the Cherek is 76 km, the area of its drainage basin is 3070 km². The Cherek is formed by the confluence of the Cherek-Balkarsky and Cherek-Khulamsky Rivers, both of which originate in the glaciers of the northern slopes of the Greater Caucasus.
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