Debed

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Debed
Դեբեդ
დებედა
Debed River, Alaverdi, Armenia.jpg
Debed river near Alaverdi
Rivers of Armenia.jpg
Debed river and its basin (light green) within Armenia
Location
CountriesArmenia and Georgia
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • elevation920 m (3,020 ft)
MouthKhrami
 • coordinates
41°22′31″N 44°57′55″E / 41.3753°N 44.9652°E / 41.3753; 44.9652Coordinates: 41°22′31″N 44°57′55″E / 41.3753°N 44.9652°E / 41.3753; 44.9652
 • elevation
250 m (820 ft)
Length176 km (109 mi)
Basin size4,080 km2 (1,580 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionKhramiKuraCaspian Sea

The Debed (Armenian: Դեբեդ) or Debeda (Georgian: დებედა) is a river in Armenia and Georgia. It also serves as a natural boundary between Armenia and Georgia at the village Sadakhlo, Georgia. It is 176 km (109 mi) long, and has a drainage basin of 4,080 km2 (1,580 sq mi).

The river originates in Armenia and is formed at the confluence of the Dzoraget and Pambak. It ends in Georgia where it feeds into the Khrami, a tributary of Kura.[1][2]


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References[edit]

  1. ^ Дебед, Great Soviet Encyclopedia
  2. ^ "Rivers of Armenia". Armenia Discovery. Retrieved July 6, 2021.