Dadu River (Taiwan)
|Dadu River or Wu River|
Sunset at the lower reaches of Wu River
Wu River in Taiwan
|Main source||Central Mountain Range: western foothills of Hehuanshan|
|River mouth||Taiwan Strait: Taichung City/Changhua County border|
|Length||119.13 km (74.02 mi)|
|Basin size||2,025.6 km2 (782.1 sq mi)|
The Wu River (Chinese: 烏溪; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: O͘-khe), also known as the Dadu River (Chinese: 大肚溪; pinyin: Dàdù Xī; Wade–Giles: Ta4-tu4 Hsi1) is a river in Taiwan. It flows through Taichung City, Changhua County, and Nantou County for 119 kilometers. It is the fourth largest river in Taiwan in terms of drainage area, and the sixth longest one.
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