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For the town in Armenia, see Debet, Armenia.
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Debed river near Alaverdi
|Country||Armenia and Georgia|
|Main source||920 m (3,020 ft)|
|River mouth||Kura River
250 m (820 ft)
|Basin size||4,050 km2 (1,560 sq mi)|
|Length||178 km (111 mi)|
The Debed (Armenian: Դեբեդ) or Debeda (Georgian: დებედა) or Tona (Azerbaijani: Tona) is a river in Armenia and Georgia. It also serves as a natural boundary between Armenia and Georgia at the village Sadakhlo, Georgia.
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