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The Annamite Range or the Annamese Mountains is a mountain range of eastern Indochina, which extends approximately 1,100 km through Laos, Vietnam, and a small area in northeast Cambodia. It is known in Vietnamese as Dãy Trường Sơn, in Lao as Xai Phou Luang, and in French as the Chaîne Annamitique. The mountain range is also referred to variously as Annamese Range, Annamese Mountains, Annamese Cordillera, Annamite Mountains and Annamite Cordillera.
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An Encyclopedia of the World's Geographic Features by Joyce A. Quinn, Susan L. Woodward
Three large tributaries, the Srepok, San, and Kong drain the Annamite range and join the Mekong on its left bank in Cambodia. At Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tonle Sap River, from the lake of the same name, joins the Mekong on the right bank. Tonle Sap Lake, the largest lake in Southeast Asia, seasonally varies in size and serves as a natural reservoir. During floods, water from the Mekong flows into the lake; during the dry season, water returns to the Mekong. Also at Phnom Penh, the ...
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