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Irrawaddy River

Irrawaddy River, main waterway of Burma, formed by the confluence of the Mali and Nmai rivers. It flows south for about 1,350 mi (2,160 km) to empty into the Bay of Bengal. Its delta is one of the world's richest rice-growing areas.

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