: Abanah River
Abana or Barada River in Wikipedia
Barada is identified as Abana (or Amanah, classical Chrysorrhoas) which is the more important of the two rivers of Damascus, Syria and was mentioned in the Book of Kings (2 Kings 5:12). As the Barada rises in the Anti-Libanus, and escapes from the mountains through a narrow gorge, its waters spread out fan-like, in canals or rivers, the name of one of which, the Banias river, retains a trace of Abana.
Barada River Photos in Wikimedia
Abana River is the modern Barada River in Damascus Syria. Wikimedia shows several photos of the modern river.