Togdheer River

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Togdheer River (Somali Wabi Togdheer) is a seasonal river in the Togdheer region of eastern Somaliland.wikipedia
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Togdheer

Togdheer RegionTogdheer Region, Somalia
Togdheer River (Somali Wabi Togdheer) is a seasonal river in the Togdheer region of eastern Somaliland.
With its capital at Burao (Burco), the region's name is derived from the Togdheer River, which means "Long River" in Somali.

Burao

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The Togdheer River rises in the foothills of the Golis Mountains, flows south through the city of Burao, and vanishes into the eastern plains of the Togdheer region and the northern part of Sool.
Explorer Frank Linsly James, a guest of Sultan Awad Diiriye during his visit to Somaliland in 1884, describes a performance he witnessed by Habr Yunis Horsemen at Burao's Togdheer River.

Somali language

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Togdheer River (Somali Wabi Togdheer) is a seasonal river in the Togdheer region of eastern Somaliland.

Somaliland

RegionRepublic of SomalilandDistrict
Togdheer River (Somali Wabi Togdheer) is a seasonal river in the Togdheer region of eastern Somaliland.

Golis Mountains

GolisGolis mountain range
The Togdheer River rises in the foothills of the Golis Mountains, flows south through the city of Burao, and vanishes into the eastern plains of the Togdheer region and the northern part of Sool.

Sool, Somalia

SoolSool RegionSool Region, Somalia
The Togdheer River rises in the foothills of the Golis Mountains, flows south through the city of Burao, and vanishes into the eastern plains of the Togdheer region and the northern part of Sool.

Flood

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The riverbed is usually dry, but is subject to flooding when heavy rains fall in the mountains.

Garhajis

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Explorer Frank Linsly James, a guest of Sultan Awad (Cawad) Diiriye Sugulleh during his visit to Somaliland in 1884, described a performance he witnessed by Habr Yunis Horsemen at Burao's Togdheer River.

Nugaal Valley

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The upper part of the Nugaal is filled by the seasonal river known as Tog Dheer.

Bashir Yussuf

These men held a number of hills, which rose steeply from the light bush beside the wide sandy riverbed, which is known as Togdheer.