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Tuesday, November 1, 2011
What Is The Longest River In Asia?
The Yangtze (in China) is the longest river in Asia and the third longest in the world. It is 3,915 miles/6,301 km long. The Huang He or Yellow River, also in China, is the second longest in Asia and the 6th longest in the world at 3,395 miles/5,464 km long. The Mekong is the third longest in Asia, the Lena (in Russia) is the fourth and the Irtysh River, also in Russia is the 5th longest in Asia.