10 Lines on Amur River

Amur River is a trans-boundary river which flows through Russia, China and Mongolia. It is the tenth longest river of the world as well as the longest river of Russia. Amur River is also known as Black River in some other languages.

The main Amur River flows in the east and south-east directions forming the border between Mongolia and inner Mongolian autonomous region to the south-eastern Siberian area of Russia.

The chief tributaries of Amur River are Sungari River and Ussuri River which also forms the part of the Manchurian-Siberian border.

Amur River is also the third longest non-dammed river of the world.

Ten Lines on Amur River in English

We have provided ten lines on Amur River in English for class 3, class 4, class 5 and class 6. After reading these lines you will know that what is Amur River, what is the position of Amur River in length in the world, in which countries does Amur River flows, what is the length and catchment area of Amur River, from where Amur River originates, which are the main tributaries of Amur River, which cities are located on the banks of Amur River etc.

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10 Lines on Amur River – Set 1

1) Amur River is the river which extends from north-eastern China to far-east of Russia.

2) It is also known as Black River and it is the tenth longest river of the world.

3) The river is a trans-boundary river which flows through Russia, China and Mongolia.

4) Amur River is formed by the junction of Shilka and Argun River of Russia and China.

5) The headwater of Amur River rises in Siberia in Russia, Mongolia and Inner Mongolia.

6) The main Amur River flows into the east and south-east where countries borders meet.

7) Amur River turns north-eastwards and flows across the Russian city to Tatar Strait.

8) The length of Amur River is 2824 km and the catchment area is 1,855,000 square km.

9) The main tributaries of Amur River are Shilka, Zeya, Bureya, Amgun, Eurgene etc.

10) The cities which are located on the banks of Amur River are Amursk and Khabarvosk.


We have provided another set of ten points on Amur River for class 9, class 10, class 11 and class 12. After going through these points, you will find that what are the other names and their meanings of Amur River, what is the share of portion of Amur River, how much area does Amur River covers, in how many sections does Amur River is distributed, when the first permanent bridge was constructed on Amur River, when a new bridge will be proposed to be completed etc.

You can use these lines in your speeches and extempore in the school competitions. These lines will also increase your knowledge on Amur River and it will also be very useful in your seminars as well as in your GK quiz competitions.

10 Lines on Amur River – Set 2

1) The Amur River is located on the borders of Russia and China and it is the tenth longest river of the world and the longest in Russia.

2) Amur River is called as “Heilong Jiang” in Chinese meaning ‘black dragon river’ and “Kharamuren” in Mongolian language meaning ‘black river’.

3) Amur River flows through the territories of the three countries viz. 54 percent in Russia, 44.2 percent in China and 1.8 percent in Mongolia.

4) The Amur River is formed by the confluence of two rivers i.e. Shilka River which rises in the Russian Federation and Argun River which rises in Manchuria.

5) Amur River first flows into south-east and then into north-east and finally gets drained into Tartar Strait.

6) The Amur and its tributaries cover a basin of about 716,200 square miles and it is divided into three sections viz. Upper, Middle and the Lower Amur.

7) The Upper Amur begins at the confluence of Shilka and Argun rivers ending at the mouth of Zeya at the Siberian city of Blagoveshchensk.

8) Middle Amur goes up to 970 km from Zeya East to the Khabarovsk and the Lower Amur goes from Khabarovsk to the mouth with length of 970 km.

9) The first permanent bridge Khabarovsk was constructed in 1916 on the river with the height of 2590 m.

10) The Chinese portion of Amur Bridge Project was completed in 2016 and the Russian portion is to be completed in 2019.

The Amur River is the biggest shipping artery of the entire Siberian region as well as Chinese and Mongolian countries. It is very favourable for navigation and irrigation purposes which had helped to flourished trades in these belts. The important cargoes and shipments which move downstream contain oil, fish and timber which are highly demanding in these regions. The first permanent bridge on the river was built in 1916 for the better connectivity of Trans-Siberian Railways.