Wei River

 Population concentration during the [[Western Zhou Dynasty The Wei River (|p=Wèi Hé|w=Wei Ho}}) is a major river in west-central China's Gansu and Shaanxi provinces. It is the largest tributary of the Yellow River and very important in the early development of Chinese civilization.

The source of the Wei River is close to Weiyuan County''Wei yuan'' meaning "Wei's source"in Gansu province, less than from the Yellow River at Lanzhou. However, due to the sharp turn north the Yellow River takes in Lanzhou, the Wei and the Yellow River do not meet for more than further along the Yellow River's course. In a direct line, the Wei's source lies west of the main city along its course, Xi'an in Shaanxi province. The length of the river is and the area drained covers .

The Wei River's tributaries include the Luo River, Jing River, Niutou River, Feng River and the Chishui River. Provided by Wikipedia
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