Hanger River (also transliterated Angar River) is a river in west central Ethiopia. It is a west-flowing tributary of the Didessa River, itself a tributary of the Blue Nile (also called the Abay River in Ethiopia). The Hanger enters the Didessa approximately halfway between the town of Nek'emte and the village of Cherari at a latitude and longitude of Coordinates: .
Tributaries of the Hanger include the Wajja, Alata, and Ukke rivers.
- Herbert Weld-Blundell, "Exploration in the Abai Basin, Abyssinia", Geographical Journal, 27 (1906), p. 538
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