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|Sokh River (Сох)|
|Length||124 km (77 mi)|
|Basin||3,150 km2 (1,216 sq mi)|
The Sokh River (Russian: Сох, IPA: [sɔx]) is a river in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. It takes its rise on the north slopes of Alay Mountains and ends in Ferghana Valley. In the past, Sokh River was a left tributary of the Syr Darya. But, nowadays it is entirely used for irrigation.
The length of the river is 124 km with a catchment area of 3 510 km ².
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