Weyib River

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Gestro River)
Jump to: navigation, search
Weyib River
Jubbarivermap.png
Map of the Jubba/Shebelle drainage basin with the Weyib River (Gestro) at the center
Country Ethiopia
Basin features
Main source Bale Mountains
River mouth into Ganale Dorya River
181 m (594 ft)
4°17′12″N 42°2′35″E / 4.28667°N 42.04306°E / 4.28667; 42.04306Coordinates: 4°17′12″N 42°2′35″E / 4.28667°N 42.04306°E / 4.28667; 42.04306
Basin size 3,800 km2 (1,500 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 450 km (280 mi)

Weyib River (also Webi Gestro; Wabē Gestro or Web River)[1] is a river of eastern Ethiopia. It rises in the Bale Mountains east of Goba in the Oromia Region, flowing east to pass through the Sof Omar Caves,[2] then to the southeast until it joins the Ganale Dorya River in the Somali Region.

References[edit]

See also[edit]