Abra River - Geography

Geography

The Abra river originates from the southern section of Mount Data. It descends westward to Cervantes, Ilocos Sur and flows to the province of Abra. At a point near the municipality of Dolores, it is joined by the Tineg river, which originates from the uplands of Abra.

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