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Qingyi River
Qingyi River in Taohuatan
Native nameQing-Yi-Jiang (Chinese)
Physical characteristics
 • locationYixian, Anhui Province, China
 • elevation709 m (2,326 ft)
 • location
Wuhu, Anhui Province, China
 • elevation
11 m (36 ft)
Length291 km (181 mi)
Basin size8,178 km2 (3,158 sq mi)
Basin features
River systemYangtze River
Qingyi - Shuiyang River System

Qingyi River (Chinese: 青弋江) is a major tributary of lower Yangtze River. It is the longest tributary river of lower Yangtze River valley, as well as the longest river originated in Anhui Province. The source of Qingyi River is in Huang Mountains. It has about 30 tributaries, including Hui River, Machuan River, Gufeng River and Yangxi River.

31°19′29″N 118°21′43″E / 31.3247°N 118.3619°E / 31.3247; 118.3619