Musi is the name of at least two rivers, one in India, the other in Indonesia.
Indonesia's Musi river is 750 kilometers long and flows through Palembang, the provincial capital of South Sumatra. It joins with the several other rivers, including the Banyuasin, to form a delta near the city of Sungsang.
The Musi river in India is also known as "the river of Moses." India's fifth-largest city, Hyderabad, lies on the banks of the Musi.
Banyuasin Musi River Delta conservation information from the ARCBC
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