Styx River (Alabama)

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Styx River
Basin features
Main source 30°52′05″N 87°46′28″W / 30.86796°N 87.77443°W / 30.86796; -87.77443
River mouth 30°30′53″N 87°27′01″W / 30.51463°N 87.45025°W / 30.51463; -87.45025Coordinates: 30°30′53″N 87°27′01″W / 30.51463°N 87.45025°W / 30.51463; -87.45025

The Styx River is a 41.3-mile-long (66.5 km)[1] river in the state of Alabama. It rises in Baldwin County near the town of Bay Minette in the southwestern part of the state and is a tributary to the Perdido River. It is named for the River Styx in Greek mythology.

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  1. ^ U.S. Geological Survey. National Hydrography Dataset high-resolution flowline data. The National Map, accessed April 15, 2011

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