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The Iori (Georgian: იორი, Azerbaijani: Qabırlı) is a river in the South Caucasus that originates in the Greater Caucasus Mountains in eastern Georgia and continues in Azerbaijan, where it is also known as Gabirry and flows into the Mingachevir reservoir. It is 320 kilometres (200 mi) long. It starts in the mountains north of Tbilisi, flows south toward that city, swings east and flows through the lowlands parallel to and between the Alazani River (north) and the Kura River (south).
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