Đuống River

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Sông Đuống
Sông Thiên Đức
Duong River from Phu Dong Bridge.JPG
Duong River look from Phu Dong Bridge 2008.
Country Vietnam
Tỉnh, thành Hà Nội, Bắc Ninh
Source Cửa Dâu Junction
 - location Xuân Canh, Đông Anh District, Hanoi, Vietnam
 - coordinates 21°4′51″N 105°50′41″E / 21.08083°N 105.84472°E / 21.08083; 105.84472
Mouth Mỹ Lộc Junction
 - location Trung Kênh, Lương Tài District, Bắc Ninh Province, Vietnam
 - coordinates 21°3′21″N 106°18′16″E / 21.05583°N 106.30444°E / 21.05583; 106.30444Coordinates: 21°3′21″N 106°18′16″E / 21.05583°N 106.30444°E / 21.05583; 106.30444
Length 68 km (42 mi)
Discharge for Thượng Cát
 - average 880 m3/s (31,077 cu ft/s)
 - max 9,000 m3/s (317,832 cu ft/s)

The Đuống River (Vietnamese: Sông Đuống), also known as the Thiên Đức River, is a river of Vietnam. It flows for 68 kilometres (42 mi) through Bắc Ninh Province and Hanoi.[1]

The river features in the poem "On the Other Side of the Đuống River" by Hoàng Cầm.[2]



Media related to Duong River at Wikimedia Commons

  1. ^ Vietnam Administrative Atlas, NXB Bản Đồ, 2004
  2. ^ Kim Ngoc Bao Ninh A World Transformed: The Politics of Culture in Revolutionary ... 2002 - Page 133 "Hoàng Cầm, well known for his heartbreaking poem "On the Other Side of the Đuống River," which detailed his village's devastation during the anti-French resistance, had become the director of the National Theater Troupe in 1955. He, too ..."