Üür River

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Üür River
Üür River.jpg
Native nameҮүрийн гол
Location
CountryMongolia
AimagsKhövsgöl
Physical characteristics
Source 
 - locationTsagaan-Üür sum
 - coordinates51°9′5″N 101°35′35″E / 51.15139°N 101.59306°E / 51.15139; 101.59306
MouthEg River
 - location
Erdenebulgan sum
 - coordinates
50°18′0″N 101°56′0″E / 50.30000°N 101.93333°E / 50.30000; 101.93333Coordinates: 50°18′0″N 101°56′0″E / 50.30000°N 101.93333°E / 50.30000; 101.93333
Basin features
Tributaries 
 - leftUilgan River
 - rightArigiin River

The Üür River (Mongolian: Үүрийн гол) is a river in the Khövsgöl aimag of northern Mongolia. It starts in about 30 km from the Russian border in Tsagaan-Üür sum, from the confluence of the Old Üür (Хөгшин Үүр) and the Young Üür (Залуу Үүр).[1] The river is a tributary of the Eg River, which it meets in the Erdenebulgan sum.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Russian army map "100k--m47-036"". Maps for the world. Retrieved 2015-01-05.
  2. ^ "Russian army map "100k--m47-072"". Maps for the world. Retrieved 2015-01-05.

www.medeelel.mn (in Mongolian)