Myanmar Topography

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Myanmar terrain is lowering from north to south, mountains and plateaus in the north and plains in the south. Myanmar's main geographical features can be divided into four categories: highlands in the east, mountains in the west, plains in the central and coastal in Rakhine.

Four largest rivers are Ayeyarwaddy, Thalwin, Chindwin and Sittaung. Ayeyarwaddy River is considered as the lifeblood of Myanmar people with a length of 1238 miles.

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