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Geography of Assam
Assam comprises an area of 78,523 square kilometers. It is composed of plains and river valleys. It can be divided into three geographical regions, which are Brahmaputra River Valley in the north, the Barak Plain in the south and the Mikir and Cachar Hills.

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