Harut River

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The Harut River (or Ardaskan River) is a river of Afghanistan. It is a river which belongs to the Sistan Basin.[1]The source of the river lies in the mountains to the southeast of Herat. The river flows for about 245 miles into the Sistan Lake.[2] Along its course are various canals for irrigation, particularly in the plains of Sabzvar and Anardarah. The Khushkek River enters the Harut.

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