Trichy is situated in central south-eastern India. The Kaveri Delta begins to form 16 kilometres west of the city. At one point the river splits into two streams- the Kaveri and the Kollidam and merging again downstream to form the island of Srirangam. The city’s area is mostly flat, with an average elevation of 88 metres. Apart from the two major rivers, the Kaveri and the Kollidam, smaller rivers that drain the city are Uyyakondan Channel, as well as Koraiyar and Kudamuritti river channels. The region falls under Seismic Zone III, which is in the mid-range for areas vulnerable to earthquakes.
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