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Coast / Coast

#1 Millisle

Millisle or Mill Isle (from Scots mill + isle , meaning "the meadow of the mill" [1] ) is a village on the Ards Peninsula in County Down , Northern Ireland . It is about 3 miles (4.8   km) south of Donaghadee . It is situated in the townlands of Ballymacruise ( from Irish Baile Mhic Naosa   MacNeice

#2 Gibraltar

Gibraltar ( / dʒ ɪ ˈ b r ɔː l t ər / jih- BRAWL -tər , Spanish:   [xiβɾalˈtaɾ] ), is a British Overseas Territory and city [6] located at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula . [7] [8] [lower-alpha 1] It has an area of 6.7   km 2 (2.6   sq   mi) and is bordered to the north by Spain . The lands

#3 Son of the Beach

Son of the Beach is an American sitcom that aired from March 14, 2000, to October 1, 2002, on FX . The series is a spoof of Baywatch , with much of the comedy based on sexual double entendres , puns , innuendo and the like. A major running gag portrayed the handsome David Hasselhoff character as a b

#4 Rogers Park, Chicago

Rogers Park is the first of Chicago's 77 community areas . Located 9 miles (14   km) from the Loop , it is on the city's far north side on the shore of Lake Michigan. The neighborhood is commonly known for its cultural diversity, lush green public spaces, early 20th century architecture, live theate

#5 Panama Canal

The Panama Canal ( Spanish: Canal de Panamá ) is an artificial 82   km (51   mi) waterway in Panama that connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific Ocean and divides North and South America. The canal cuts across the Isthmus of Panama and is a conduit for maritime trade. One of the largest and mos

#6 Silver Beach (New South Wales)

Silver Beach is a 2.8   km (1.7   mi) long west-trending sand spit in Kurnell, New South Wales located 18   km (11   mi) south of the Sydney CBD . Situated on the northwestern reaches of the Kurnell Peninsula and linked with the sandstone of Sutherland Point in the east, the beach is characterised b

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Island / Island

#1 Panguan Island

Panguan Island is an island in the municipality of Sitangkai , Tawi-Tawi . With an area of 0.06 square kilometres (0.023   sq   mi) . It is also known as Malamanok , coming from the Sama-Bajau dialect which means eat chicken as locals who travel to Sabah usually use this island as a stop-over to eat

#2 Santa Maria Island

Santa Maria ( Portuguese pronunciation:   [ˈsɐ̃.tɐ mɐˈɾi.ɐ] ) is an island in the eastern group of the Azores archipelago (south of the island of São Miguel ) and the southernmost island in the Azores. The island is known for its white sand beaches, distinctive chimneys, and dry warm weather. Island

#3 Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria ( UK : / ˌ ɡ r æ n k ə ˈ n ɛər i ə , - ˈ n ɑːr -/ , US : / ˌ ɡ r ɑː n k ə ˈ n ɑːr i ə , - ˈ n ɛər -/ ; [2] [3] Spanish pronunciation:   [ɡɾaŋ kaˈnaɾja] ), also Grand Canary Island , is the third-largest and second-most-populous island of the Canary Islands , [4] an archipelago off the A

#4 Côn Sơn Island

Côn Sơn ( [koŋ˧˧ ʂəːŋ˧˧] cong-suhng ), also known as Côn Lôn is the largest island of the Côn Đảo archipelago, off the coast of southern Vietnam . [1] Island of Con Dao district, Vietnam For the film, see Tiger Cage (film) . Côn Đảo Prison Côn Sơn Island Cambodia Laos Vietnam South China Sea Locatio

#5 Tang Lung Chau

Tang Lung Chau ( Chinese : 燈籠洲 ) is a islet located off the southern coast of Ma Wan island to the northwest of Hong Kong Island , Hong Kong . It is administratively [ clarify ] part of Tsuen Wan District . [ citation needed ] Tang Lung Chau View of Tang Lung Chau from Tsing Ma Bridge . Traditional

#6 Hainan

Hainan ( UK : / h aɪ ˈ n æ n / , US : /- n ɑː n / ; [5] 海南 ) is the smallest and southernmost province of the People's Republic of China (PRC), consisting of various islands in the South China Sea . Hainan Island , the largest and most populous island in China, [note 1] makes up the vast majority (9

#7 Pitcairn Islands

The Pitcairn Islands ( / ˈ p ɪ t k ɛər n / ; [3] Pitkern : Pitkern Ailen ), officially the Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands , [4] [5] [6] [7] is a group of four volcanic islands in the southern Pacific Ocean that form the sole British Overseas Territory in the Pacific Ocean. The four isla

#8 Vanua Lava

Vanua Lava is the second largest of the Banks Islands in Torba Province , Vanuatu , after slightly larger Gaua . Not to be confused with Vanua Levu , an island in Fiji. Vanua Lava Native name: Vōnōlav, Vunulava, Vunulāv Map of Vanua Lava Geography Location Pacific Ocean Coordinates 13°48′S 167°28′E

#9 Príncipe

Príncipe is the smaller, northern major island of the country of São Tomé and Príncipe lying off the west coast of Africa in the Gulf of Guinea . [2] It has an area of 142 square kilometres (55   sq   mi) (including offshore islets) and a population of 7,324 at the 2012 Census; [3] the latest offici

#10 Mota Lava

Mota Lava or Motalava is an island of the Banks group , in the north of Vanuatu . It forms a single coral system with the small island of Ra . Motalava Native name: Mwotlap Mota Lava, viewed from space. The islet of Ra can be seen in this image at a point southwest of Mota Lava. Geography Location P

#11 Oléron

The Isle of Oléron or Oléron Island ( French : île d'Oléron , [il dɔleʁɔ̃] ; Saintongese : ilâte d'Olerun ; Occitan : illa d'Olairon or illa d'Oleron ; Latin : Uliarus insula , [uliˈaːrus ˈinsula] ) is an island off the Atlantic coast of France (due west of Rochefort ), on the southern side of the P

#12 Bali

Bali ( / ˈ b ɑː l i / ; Balinese : ᬩᬮᬶ ) is a province of Indonesia and the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands . East of Java and west of Lombok , the province includes the island of Bali and a few smaller neighbouring islands, notably Nusa Penida , Nusa Lembongan , and Nusa Ceningan . The prov

#13 Banks Islands

The Banks Islands (in Bislama Bankis ) are a group of islands in northern Vanuatu . Together with the Torres Islands to their northwest, they make up the northernmost province of Torba . The island group lies about 40   km (25   mi) north of Maewo , and includes Gaua and Vanua Lava , two of the 13 l

#14 Venice

Venice ( / ˈ v ɛ n ɪ s / VEH -niss ; Italian : Venezia [veˈnɛttsja] ( listen ) ; Venetian : Venesia or Venexia [ citation needed ] [veˈnɛsja] ) is a city in northeastern Italy and the capital of the Veneto region . It is built on a group of 118   small islands [3] that are separated by canals and li

#15 Pelham Islands

The Pelham Islands are a group of islands in western Long Island Sound that belonged to Thomas Pell in the 17th century. The islands, and most of the surrounding area, were purchased from the Siwanoy Indians by Pell in 1654, creating Pelham Manor. This large tract of land would eventually become the

#16 The Pages

The Pages is an island group in the Australian state of South Australia consisting of two small islands and a reef located in Backstairs Passage , a strait separating Kangaroo Island and the Fleurieu Peninsula . The island group has been located with the protected area known as The Pages Conservatio

#17 Wallops Island

Wallops Island is a six-square-mile (16   km 2 ) island in Accomack County , Virginia , part of the Virginia Barrier Islands that stretch along the eastern seaboard of the United States of America . [1] It is just south of Chincoteague Island , a popular tourist destination. Island on the U.S. East

#18 Annette Island

Annette Island or Taak'w Aan (Tlingit) is an island in the Gravina Islands of the Alexander Archipelago of the Pacific Ocean on the southeastern coast of the U.S. state of Alaska . It is at 55°08′06″N 131°27′21″W . It is about 18   km (11   mi) long and about 18   km (11   mi) wide. The land area is

#19 Gaua

Gaua [gawa] (formerly known as Santa Maria Island ) is the largest and second most populous of the Banks Islands in Torba Province in northern Vanuatu . It covers 342   km². Gaua Santa Maria Map of Gaua Geography Location Pacific Ocean Coordinates 14°15′54″S 167°31′12″E Archipelago Vanuatu , Banks I

#20 Fox Island, Washington

Fox Island is an island and census-designated place (CDP) in Pierce County , Washington , United States, in Puget Sound . It is located approximately 5 miles (8   km) from Gig Harbor . The island was named Fox by Charles Wilkes during the United States Exploring Expedition , to honor J.L. Fox, an as

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Seminary Ridge

Seminary Ridge is a dendritic ridge which was an area of Battle of Gettysburg engagements in July 1863 during the American Civil War (1861–1865), and of military installations during World War II (1941–1945). 1910 Virginia Monument on Seminary Ridge External images 1863 view of ridge Lee's Headquart

#2 Mount Ryōzen

Mount Ryōzen ( 霊山 , Ryōzen ) is a mountain on the border of Sōma City and the former town of Ryōzen , in Date City , Fukushima . It is 825 metres (2,707   ft) in height. [2] Along the hiking trail are the sites of what were Ryōzen Temple and Ryōzen Castle. [3] The mountain is listed as one of the 10

#3 Mudeungsan

Mudeungsan ( Korean : 무등산 ) is a mountain in South Korea . It extends over the district of Buk-gu in the city of Gwangju , as well as Hwasun County and Damyang County in the province of Jeollanam-do . Mudeungsan has an elevation of 1,187   m (3,894   ft) [2] and is a part of Mudeungsan National Park

#4 Zugspitze

The Zugspitze ( German pronunciation: [ˈtsuːkʃpɪtsə] ), at 2,962   m (9,718   ft) above sea level , is the highest peak of the Wetterstein Mountains as well as the highest mountain in Germany . It lies south of the town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen , and the Austria–Germany border runs over its western

#5 Mount Cargill

Mount Cargill , known in Māori as Kapukataumahaka , [1] is a volcanic outcrop which dominates the skyline of northern Dunedin , New Zealand . Mount Cargill Mount Cargill (centre) and Buttar's Peak (to the right of the church steeple) dominate the skyline of Dunedin, New Zealand Highest   point Eleva

#6 List of volcanic eruptions in Iceland

This is an incomplete list of volcanic eruptions in Iceland . Iceland Mid-Atlantic Ridge map Volcanic systems in Iceland Katla 1918 Askja caldera in 1984 Krafla, 1984 Bárðarbunga, Nornahraun-Holuhraun 2014 People on the slopes of Fagradalsfjall, watching the Geldingadalir eruption 2021. Keilir with

#7 Mount Andrea Lawrence (Yosemite)

Mount Andrea Lawrence — informally, Gem Peak [2] — is a mountain , in the northern part of Yosemite National Park . It is the 17th highest mountain in Yosemite National Park. [3] It is southeast of Tuolumne Meadows . Mountain in northern Yosemite National Park Mount Andrea Lawrence Mount Andrea Lawr

#8 Mount Seattle (Washington)

Mount Seattle is a 6,246-foot (1,904-metre) mountain summit located deep within Olympic National Park in Jefferson County of Washington state. [3] Part of the Olympic Mountains , Mount Seattle is situated 7.5 miles southeast of Mount Olympus , and set within the Quinault Rainforest and Daniel J. Eva

#9 Gimli Peak

Gimli Peak is a 2,806-metre (9,206   ft) mountain summit located in the Valhalla Ranges of the Selkirk Mountains in British Columbia , Canada . Gimli Peak is the fourth-highest point in the Valhalla Ranges, with the highest being Gladsheim Peak , 2.7   km (1.7   mi) to the north. [2] Its nearest hig

#10 Erbeskopf

The Erbeskopf ( German pronunciation   ( help · info ) ) is a mountain in the Hunsrück range in central Germany . At a height of 816 metres (2,677   ft) , it is the highest point in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate , as well as the highest point of German territory on the western bank of the Rhine

#11 Mount Sampson

Mount Sampson is a 2,811-metre (9,222-foot) mountain summit located in the Thiassi Range of the Coast Mountains , in the Pemberton Valley of southwestern British Columbia , Canada . It is the highest point in the Thiassi Range. [3] Sampson is situated 41   km (25   mi) northwest of Pemberton , and 2

#12 Mount Etna

Mount Etna , or simply Etna ( Italian : Etna [ˈɛtna] or Mongibello [mondʒiˈbɛllo] ; Sicilian : Muncibbeḍḍu [mʊntʃɪbˈbɛɖɖʊ] or a Muntagna ; Latin : Aetna ; Ancient Greek : Αἴτνα and Αἴτνη [4] ), is an active stratovolcano on the east coast of Sicily , Italy , in the Metropolitan City of Catania , bet

#13 List of volcanoes in Indonesia

The geography of Indonesia is dominated by volcanoes that are formed due to subduction zones between the Eurasian plate and the Indo-Australian plate . Some of the volcanoes are notable for their eruptions, for instance, Krakatoa for its global effects in 1883, [1] the Lake Toba Caldera for its supe

#14 Crozzon di Lares

The Crozzon di Lares is a mountain in Trentino-Alto Adige , Italy . It is located in Val Rendena , Province of Trento . [1] Mountain in Italy Crozzon di Lares Crozzon di Lares (left) and Corno di Cavento , seen from Cima Presena Highest   point Elevation 3,354   m (11,004   ft) Listing Alpine mounta

#15 Turtle Mountain (Alberta)

Turtle Mountain is a mountain in Alberta , Canada . Turtle Mountain Turtle Mountain. Highest   point Elevation 2,210   m (7,250   ft) [1] Prominence 518   m (1,699   ft) [1] Coordinates 49°34′37″N 114°24′44″W Geography Location Alberta , Canada Parent range Blairmore Range Topo map NTS 82G9 Blairmor

#16 Stirling Range

The Stirling Range or Koikyennuruff is a range of mountains and hills in the Great Southern region of Western Australia , 337 kilometres (209   mi) south-east of Perth . It is over 60 kilometres (37   mi) wide from west to east, stretching from the highway between Mount Barker and Cranbrook eastward

#17 Mount Everest

Mount Everest ( Nepali : सगरमाथा , romanized:   Sagarmāthā ; Tibetan : Chomolungma ཇོ་མོ་གླང་མ ; Chinese : 珠穆朗玛峰 ; pinyin : Zhūmùlǎngmǎ Fēng ) is Earth's highest mountain above sea level , located in the Mahalangur Himal sub-range of the Himalayas . The China–Nepal border runs across its summit poin

#18 Mila Mountain

Mila Mountain , or Mira Mountain , or Milha Mountain ( Chinese : 米拉山 ; pinyin : Mǐ lā shān ), is a mountain in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, roughly 150 kilometres (93   mi) by road northeast of Lhasa . The road pass that runs by its peak is one of the highest on China National Highway 318 .

#19 Fagradalsfjall

Fagradalsfjall ( Icelandic:   [ˈfaɣraˌtalsˌfjatl] ( listen ) ) is a tuya volcano formed in the Last Glacial Period on the Reykjanes Peninsula , [4] [5] around 40 kilometres (25   mi) from Reykjavík , Iceland . [6] Fagradalsfjall is also the name for the wider volcanic system covering an area 5 kilom

#20 Dhaulagiri (mountain range)

The Dhaulagiri massif in Nepal extends 120   km (70   mi) from the Kaligandaki River west to the Bheri . This massif is bounded on the north and southwest by tributaries of the Bheri River and on the southeast by the Myagdi Khola . Mountain range in Nepal This article needs additional citations for

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Botn (Trøndelag)

Botn (also called Rissa-Botn ) is an inland fjord in the Rissa area of the municipality of Indre Fosen in Trøndelag county, Norway . It flows through a short, small river into the Sundsbukta, a small bay off the Trondheimsfjorden . The village of Årnset lies on the north shore of Botn. This article

#2 Lake Burley Griffin

Lake Burley Griffin is an artificial lake in the centre of Canberra , the capital of Australia . It was completed in 1963 after the Molonglo River , which ran between the city centre and Parliamentary Triangle , was dammed. It is named after Walter Burley Griffin , the American architect who won the

#3 Lake Van

Lake Van ( Turkish : Van Gölü ; Armenian : Վանա լիճ , romanized :   Vana lič̣ ; Kurdish : Gola Wanê ) is the largest lake in Turkey . [3] [4] It lies in the far east of Turkey , in the provinces of Van and Bitlis in the Armenian highlands . It is a saline soda lake , receiving water from many small

#4 Cormorant Lake (Minnesota)

Big Cormorant Lake is located in northwestern Minnesota's Becker County , about an hour's drive due east of the Fargo, North Dakota and Moorhead, Minnesota metropolitan area. Public access boat ramps are located on the northeast and west sides of the Lake. Lake of the United States This article has

#5 Motijhil

Motijhil (also Motijheel , literal translation: Pearl Lake ), also known as Company due to its association with the East India Company , [1] is a horse-shoe shaped lake in Murshidabad , West Bengal , India. [2] [3] It was created by Nawazish Muhammad Khan, the son-in-law of Nawab Alivardi Khan . He

#6 History of Lake Burley Griffin

The history of Lake Burley Griffin , an artificial body of water in Canberra , the capital of Australia, is a long one. Following its initial design in the 1910s, extensive political disputes occurred until it was finally built in the 1960s. Map of Lake Burley Griffin

#7 Bde Maka Ska

Bde Maka Ska ( / b ə ˈ d eɪ m ə ˈ k ɑː s k ɑː / , [2] previously named Lake Calhoun , its former official designation) [3] [4] [5] is the largest lake in Minneapolis , Minnesota , United States, and part of the city's Chain of Lakes . Surrounded by city park land and circled by bike and walking trai

#8 Auburn Dam

Auburn Dam was a proposed concrete arch dam on the North Fork of the American River east of the town of Auburn, California , in the United States , on the border of Placer and El Dorado Counties. Slated to be completed in the 1970s by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation , it would have been the tallest c

#9 Crescent Lake (Minnesota)

Crescent Lake is a lake located in Tofte Township and Lutsen Township , [2] Cook County, Minnesota . Body of water Crescent Lake Crescent Lake Location Tofte and Lutsen Townships , Cook County , Minnesota, US Coordinates 47°49′30″N 90°45′37″W Primary inflows Willow Creek, Bouder Lake , Lichen Lake P

#10 Aquilla Lake

Aquilla Lake is an artificial lake (reservoir) in Hill County, Texas , USA. The dam was constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers . The dam is part of the overall flood control project in the Brazos River basin. The lake is located approximately 23 miles (37   km) north of Waco, Texas , and di

#11 Geiseltalsee

Geiseltalsee , literally Geisel valley lake, is at about 1,840 hectares (4,500 acres) the largest artificial lake by area in Germany. [1] Once flooding of the Cottbuser Ostsee is complete it will surpass Geiseltalsee in surface area, covering 19 square kilometres (7.3   sq   mi) . Geiseltalsee lies

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River / River

#1 River Poddle

The River Poddle ( Irish : An Poitéal ) is a river in Dublin , Ireland, a pool on which ( dubh linn , "black pool" or "dark pool" in Irish) gave the city its English language name. Boosted by a channel made by the Abbey of St. Thomas à Becket , taking water from the far larger River Dodder , the Pod

#2 Moore Cove Falls

Moore Cove Falls is a waterfall in Pisgah National Forest in Western North Carolina , located near Brevard . Moore Cove Falls Moore Cove Falls, March 2007 Location Pisgah National Forest , Transylvania County , North Carolina Coordinates 35.311538°N 82.777368°W  / 35.311538; -82.777368 Type Plunge

#3 Celilo Canal

Celilo Canal was a canal connecting two points of the Columbia River between the states of Oregon and Washington , U.S. just east of The Dalles . Celilo Canal Celilo Canal in 1910; the Columbia River is visible at left. Specifications Maximum boat beam 65   ft 0   in (19.8   m) Status inundated by L

#4 Neckar

The Neckar ( German pronunciation: [ˈnɛkaʁ] ( listen ) ) is a 362-kilometre-long (225   mi) river in Germany , mainly flowing through the southwestern state of Baden-Württemberg , with a short section through Hesse . The Neckar is a major right tributary of the Rhine . Rising in the Schwarzwald-Baar

#5 Inland Waterways Commission

The Inland Waterways Commission was created by Congress in March 1907, at the request of President Theodore Roosevelt , to investigate the transportation crisis that recently had affected nation's ability to move its produce and industrial production efficiently. The immediate crisis centered on ins

#6 White Nile

The White Nile ( Arabic : النيل الأبيض an-nīl al-'abyaḍ ) is a river in Africa, one of the two main tributaries of the Nile , the other being the Blue Nile . The name comes from the clay sediment carried in the water that changes the water to a pale color. [4] River originating in Burundi or Rwanda

#7 Tom (river)

The Tom ( Russian : Томь , IPA:   [tomʲ] , Shor : Том ) is a river in Russia , a right tributary of the Ob in Central Siberia . Its watershed lies within the Republic of Khakassia , Kemerovo Oblast , and Tomsk Oblast . [1] It is 827 kilometres (514   mi) long, and has a drainage basin of 62,000 squa

#8 La Petite Décharge

La Petite Décharge is the name of one of the two emissaries of lac Saint-Jean , the other being the La Grande Décharge . This river flows south of Alma Island , on the northwest shore of St. Lawrence River , in the town of Alma , in the Lac-Saint-Jean-Est Regional County Municipality , in the admini

#9 Spring Brook (Lackawanna River tributary)

Spring Brook (also known as Spring Brook Creek [1] ) is a tributary of the Lackawanna River in Lackawanna County and Luzerne County , in Pennsylvania , in the United States. It is approximately 17 miles (27   km) long and flows through Covington Township , Spring Brook Township , and Moosic in Lacka

#10 Mpoko River

The Mpoko River is a river in Central African Republic It is a tributary of the Oubangui River . The river is located near Bangui , the capital of the Central African Republic . The Oubangui River basin with the Mpoko (center left)

#11 Assiniboine River

The Assiniboine River ( / ə ˈ s ɪ n ɪ b ɔɪ n / ; French : Rivière Assiniboine [3] ) is a 1,070-kilometre (660   mi) river that runs through the prairies of Western Canada in Saskatchewan and Manitoba . It is a tributary of the Red River . The Assiniboine is a typical meandering river with a single m

#12 Bradford Canal

The Bradford Canal was a 3.5-mile (5.6   km) English canal which ran from the Leeds and Liverpool Canal at Shipley into the centre of Bradford . It opened in 1774, and was closed in 1866, when it was declared to be a public health hazard. Four years later it reopened with a better water supply, and

#13 Ribble Link

The Millennium Ribble Link is a linear water park and new navigation which links the once-isolated Lancaster Canal in Lancashire , England to the River Ribble . The Lancaster Canal was never connected to the rest of the English waterways network, because the planned aqueduct over the River Ribble wa

#14 Cooper River (South Carolina)

The Cooper River is a mainly tidal river in the U.S. state of South Carolina . The cities of Mt. Pleasant , Charleston , North Charleston , Goose Creek , Moncks Corner , and Hanahan are located along the river. Short and wide, the river is joined first by the blackwater East Branch and then farther

#15 Aire and Calder Navigation

The Aire and Calder Navigation is the canalised section of the Rivers Aire and Calder in West Yorkshire , England. The first improvements to the rivers above Knottingley were completed in 1704 when the Aire was made navigable to Leeds and the Calder to Wakefield, by the construction of 16 locks. Loc

#16 Tanana River

The Tanana River / ˈ t æ n ə n ɑː / ( Lower Tanana : Tth'eetoo', Upper Tanana : Tth’iitu’ Niign ) is a 584-mile (940   km) tributary of the Yukon River in the U.S. state of Alaska . [n 1] According to linguist and anthropologist William Bright , the name is from the Koyukon (Athabaskan) tene no , te

#17 Bèze (river)

The Bèze ( French pronunciation:   ​ [bɛz] ) is a French river in the Côte-d'Or department, in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region. It is a right tributary of the Saône , and thus a sub-tributary of the Rhône . River in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, France Bèze La Bèze crossing Bèze . La Bèze, tributary o

#18 Wilhelmina Canal

The Wilhelmina Canal is a canal in North-Brabant , Netherlands . It connects Tilburg to the Meuse, and continues to the east to connect to the Zuid-Willemsvaart north of Helmond . Wilhelmina Canal Map of the Wilhelmina Canal Country Netherlands Specifications Length 68 [1]   km (42 miles) Status Ope

#19 Selby Canal

The Selby Canal is a 6-mile (9.7   km) canal with 2 locks which bypasses the lower reaches of the River Aire in Yorkshire , England , from the village of West Haddlesey to the town of Selby where it joins the River Ouse . It opened in 1778, and provided the main outlet for the Aire and Calder Naviga

#20 Musi River (India)

Moosi River is a tributary of the Krishna River in the Deccan Plateau flowing through Telangana state in India . Hyderabad stands on the banks of Muchukunda River or Moosa river, which divides the historic old city and the new city. Himayat Sagar and Osman Sagar are dams built on it which used to ac

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Sea / Sea

#1 Persian Gulf

The Persian Gulf ( Persian : خلیج فارس , romanized :   xalij-e fârs , lit.   ' Gulf of Fars ' , pronounced   [xæliːdʒe fɒːɾs] ) is a mediterranean sea in Western Asia . The body of water is an extension of the Indian Ocean located between Iran and the Arabian Peninsula . [1] It is connected to the G

#2 Kuluk Bay

Kuluk Bay also known as Khulukh Bay [1] is a small bay located at 51°52′30″N 176°33′47″W on the northeastern side of Adak Island , one of the larger Andreanof Islands of the Aleutian Islands . [1] [3] The bay is significant for its ecology , role in the Second World War , and various examples of con

#3 Byron Bay

Byron Bay ( Minjungbal : Cavvanbah) is a beachside town located in the far-northeastern corner of the state of New South Wales , Australia on Bundjalung Country. It is located 772 kilometres (480   mi) north of Sydney and 165 kilometres (103   mi) south of Brisbane . Cape Byron , a headland adjacent

#4 Gulf of Mexico

The Gulf of Mexico ( Spanish : Golfo de México ) is an ocean basin and a marginal sea of the Atlantic Ocean, [2] largely surrounded by the North American continent. [3] It is bounded on the northeast, north and northwest by the Gulf Coast of the United States ; on the southwest and south by the Mexi

#5 Botany Bay

Botany Bay ( Aboriginal : Kamay [2] [3] ), an open oceanic embayment, [1] is located in Sydney , New South Wales , Australia , 13   km (8   mi) south of the Sydney central business district . Its source is the confluence of the Georges River at Taren Point and the Cooks River at Kyeemagh , which flo

#6 ANZAC Cove

Anzac Cove ( Turkish : Anzak Koyu ) is a small cove on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey . It became famous as the site of World War I landing of the ANZACs ( Australian and New Zealand Army Corps ) on 25 April 1915. The cove is 600 metres (2,000   ft) long, bounded by the headlands of Arıburnu to t

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