Fafen River

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Fafen River is a river of eastern Ethiopia. Rising to the east of Harar, it cuts through a series of wide, flat shelves of sedimentary rocks made of sandstone, limestone, and gypsum as it descends in a south-eastern direction towards the Shebelle River.[1] The Fafen only joins the Shebelle river during times of heavy rainfall.

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  1. ^ "531: Shebelle - Juba", Freshwater ecosystems of the world website (accessed 11 November 2009)

Coordinates: 5°59′N 44°25′E / 5.983°N 44.417°E / 5.983; 44.417