|Gui River (桂江)|
|Source||Confluence of the Li and Lipu Rivers|
|- location||Pingle, Guangxi, China|
|- location||Wuzhou, Guangxi, China|
|Length||426 km (265 mi) |
|Basin||18,200 km2 (7,027 sq mi) |
|- average||767 m3/s (27,086 cu ft/s) |
The Gui River in the Pearl River watershed
The Gui River (Chinese: 桂江) is a river in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China, and a tributary of the Xi Jiang. It is formed in Pingle by the confluence of the Li River and Lipu River and flows southeast, merging with the Xun Jiang to form the Xi at Wuzhou.
- "西江水系" [Xi River system]. 广西通志 [Encyclopedia of Guangxi] (in Chinese). November 1993. Retrieved 9 January 2016.
- "主要河流基本情况(2012年)" [Overview of major rivers (2012)]. Guangxi Statistical Yearbook 2013 (in Chinese). Retrieved 9 January 2016.
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