Phra Prong River

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The Phra Prong River (Thai: แควพระปรง, rtgsKhwae Phra Prong, Thai pronunciation: [kʰwɛː pʰráʔ proŋ]) or Khlong Phra Prong is a river in Thailand.

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The Phra Prong originates in the Sankamphaeng Range,[1] a mountainous area between the districts Watthana Nakhon of Sa Kaeo, Lahan Sai of Buriram and Khon Buri of Nakhon Ratchasima.

It flows southwestward and joins the Hanuman River to become the Prachin Buri River in Kabin Buri district, Prachinburi Province. The river is 132 kilometres (82 mi) long.

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