The Amu Darya (also Amudarya, Amudar'ya, in Persian آمودریا; Darya means " Sea" in Persian) is a river in Central Asia. It is navigable for over 1450 km (800 miles). Its total length is 2400 km (1500 miles). ...more on Wikipedia about "Amu Darya"
The Atrek is a fast-moving river which rises in the mountains of Northeastern Iran (370° 10' N. lat, 59° E.), and flows 350 miles westward until it falls into the south-eastern corner of the Caspian Sea. The river flows along the border of the former Soviet republic of Turkmenistan, and helped keep the area closed throughout the Cold War years. A 1926 treaty between Iran and Turkmenistan stipulates that Turkmenistan receives approximately 50% of the total Artrek average runoff. ...more on Wikipedia about "Atrek"
The Rudkhaneh-ye Hari Rud (sometimes Harirud) is a river flowing 1.100 km from the mountains of central Afghanistan to Turkmenistan, where it disappears in the ...more on Wikipedia about "Hari Rud"
The Kushk is a river in Afghanistan and Turkmenistan, which also gives its name to the chief town in the Afghan province of Badghis, and to a military post on the border of Turkmenistan. The river Kushk, during a portion of its course, forms the boundary between Afghan and Turkmenistan; but the town is some 20 miles from the border. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kushk River"
The Murgab River (also spelt Morghab River; Russian Мургаб) is a 850km long river in Central Asia. It rises in north-east Afghanistan and runs north-west to the Kara Kum desert in Turkmenistan where it peters out. ...more on Wikipedia about "Murgab River (Afghanistan)"
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