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Naf River
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Naf River (ŗ¶®ŗ¶ĺŗ¶ę ŗ¶®ŗ¶¶ŗßÄ) is a river marking the border of Bangladesh and Myanmar.

It is an elongated estuary in the extreme southeast of Cox's Bazar district dividing the district from Arakan, Myanmar. It rises in the Arakan hills on the southeastern borders of the district and flows into the Bay of Bengal. Its width varies from 1.61 km to 3.22 km. The river is influenced by tide. Akyab in Myanmar is on the eastern bank and Teknaf upazila of Cox's Bazar district is on the western bank of the river.

The Naf River is deepest. Is average depth is 128 feet (39 m) and maximum depth is 400 feet (120 m).

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Naf River is a river in Myanmar.


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