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Coast / Coast

#1 Sarych

Sarych ( Ukrainian : Са́рич ; Russian : Са́рыч ; Crimean Tatar : Sarıç ) is a headland ( Russian : Мыс , romanized :   mys ; Ukrainian : мис , romanized :   mys ) located on the shore of the Black Sea on the Crimean peninsula . This article's tone or style may not reflect the encyclopedic tone used

#2 Playland (New York)

Playland , often called Rye Playland and also known as Playland Amusement Park , is an amusement park located in Rye, New York , along the Long Island Sound . Built in 1928, the 280-acre (110   ha) park is owned by the Westchester County government. Beginning with the 2018 season, Standard Amusement

#3 Morecambe

Morecambe ( / ˈ m ɔːr k ə m / MOR -kəm [2] [3] ) is a seaside town in the City of Lancaster district in Lancashire , England, on the southern coast of Morecambe Bay . This article is about the town. For other uses, see Morecambe (disambiguation) . Town in England Morecambe Town Morecambe seafront Mo

#4 Pacific Blue (TV series)

Pacific Blue is an American crime drama series about a team of police officers with the Santa Monica Police Department who patrolled its beaches on bicycles. The show ran for five seasons on the USA Network , from March 2, 1996, to April 9, 2000, with a total of 101 episodes. Often described as " Ba

#5 Nasugbu

Nasugbu , officially the Municipality of Nasugbu ( Tagalog : Bayan ng Nasugbu ), is a 1st class municipality in the province of Batangas , Philippines . According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 136,524 people.   [3] Municipality in Calabarzon This article needs additional citations for v

#6 Ministers of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard

The minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard ( French : ministre des pêches, des océans et de la Garde côtière canadienne ) is the minister of the Crown in the Canadian Cabinet responsible for supervising the fishing industry, administrating all navigable waterways in the country,

#7 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

#8 Dee Why

Dee Why / d iː ˈ w aɪ / is a coastal suburb of northern Sydney , in the state of New South Wales , Australia , 18 kilometres   north-east of the Sydney central business district . It is the administrative centre of the local government area of Northern Beaches Council and, along with Brookvale , is

#9 Marina Beach

Marina Beach , or simply the Marina , is a natural urban beach in Chennai , Tamil Nadu , India, along the Bay of Bengal . [1] The beach runs from near Fort St. George in the north to Foreshore Estate in the south, a distance of 6.0   km (3.7   mi) , [2] making it the second longest urban beach in th

#10 Barry Island

Barry Island ( Welsh : Ynys y Barri ) is a district, peninsula and seaside resort , forming part of the town of Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan , South Wales . It is named after the 6th century Saint Baruc . Barry's stretch of coast, on the Bristol Channel , has the world's second highest tidal range

#11 Portrush

Portrush ( from Irish : Port Rois , meaning 'port of the promontory ' ) [3] is a small seaside resort town on the north coast of County Antrim , Northern Ireland . It neighbours the resort of Portstewart . The main part of the old town, including the railway station as well as most hotels, restauran

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Island / Island

#1 Isla de la Juventud

Isla de la Juventud [4] ( Spanish pronunciation:   [ˈizla ðe la xuβenˈtuð] ; English: Isle of Youth ) is the second-largest Cuban island (after Cuba's mainland) and the seventh-largest island in the West Indies (after mainland Cuba itself, Hispaniola , Jamaica , Puerto Rico , Trinidad , and Andros I

#2 Hong Kong International Airport

Hong Kong International Airport ( IATA : HKG , ICAO : VHHH ) is Hong Kong's main airport , built on reclaimed land on the island of Chek Lap Kok , Hong Kong . The airport is also referred to as Chek Lap Kok International Airport or Chek Lap Kok Airport , to distinguish it from its predecessor, the f

#3 Monemvasia

Monemvasia ( Greek : Μονεμβασιά, Μονεμβασία , or Μονεμβάσια ) is a town and municipality in Laconia , Greece . The town is located on a small island off the east coast of the Peloponnese , surrounded by the Myrtoan Sea . The island is connected to the mainland by a short causeway 200 metres (660   f

#4 Museum Island

The Museum Island ( German : Museumsinsel ) is a museum complex on the northern part of the Spree Island in the historic heart of Berlin . It is one of the most visited sights of Germany 's capital and one of the most important museum sites in Europe . Built from 1830 to 1930 by order of the Prussia

#5 Matakana Island

Matakana Island is located in the western Bay of Plenty in New Zealand's North Island . A long, flat barrier island , it is 20 kilometres (12   mi) in length but rarely more than 3 kilometres (1.9   mi) wide. The island has been continuously populated for centuries by Māori tribes that are mostly as

#6 Samos

Samos ( / ˈ s eɪ m ɒ s / , [1] also US : / ˈ s æ m oʊ s , ˈ s ɑː m ɔː s / ; [2] [3] [4] Greek : Σάμος [ˈsamos] ) is a Greek island in the eastern Aegean Sea , south of Chios , north of Patmos and the Dodecanese , and off the coast of western Turkey , from which it is separated by the 1.6-kilometre (

#7 Watson Island

Watson Island is a neighborhood and man-made island in Biscayne Bay , in Miami , Florida . It is located Immediately east of the Central Business District and Arts & Entertainment District neighborhoods of downtown Miami and is connected to the mainland and South Beach , Miami Beach by the MacArthur

#8 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

#9 Shimoshima Island, Amakusa

Shimoshima ( 下島 , Shimoshima ) is the largest island in the Amakusa archipelago. Its coasts are washed by Ariake Sea , Amakusa-nada sea , East China Sea and Yatsushiro Sea . Most of Shimoshima Island is administered as part of Amakusa city, with 67   km 2 patch on north-west coast belonging to Reiho

#10 Bikini Atoll

Bikini Atoll ( / ˈ b ɪ k ɪ ˌ n iː / or / b ɪ ˈ k iː n i / ; Marshallese : Pikinni , [pʲiɡinnʲi] , meaning "coconut place"), [2] sometimes known as Eschscholtz Atoll between the 1800s and 1946 [3] is a coral reef in the Marshall Islands consisting of 23 islands surrounding a 229.4-square-mile (594.1

#11 Ve Skerries

The Ve Skerries or Vee Skerries [1] ( Old Norse : Vestan sker , West Skerries) are a group of low skerries (rocky islands) three miles (4.8   km) north west of Papa Stour , on the west coast of Shetland , Scotland. They define the southwest perimeter of St Magnus Bay . [2] Small islands in the west

#12 Omelek Island

Omelek Island ( / ˈ oʊ m əl ɛ k / ; Marshallese : Kom̧le , pronounced [kʷomˠ(ɤ)lʲe] ) [1] is part of the Kwajalein Atoll in the Republic of the Marshall Islands . It is controlled by the United States military under a long-term lease (along with ten other islands in the atoll ) and is part of the Ro

#13 Geography of Greenland

Greenland is located between the Arctic Ocean and the North Atlantic Ocean , northeast of Canada and northwest of Iceland . The territory comprises the island of Greenland—the largest island in the world —and more than a hundred other smaller islands (see alphabetic list ). Greenland has a 1.2 kilom

#14 Diamond Rock

Diamond Rock ( French : rocher du Diamant ) is a 175-metre-high (574   ft) [1] basalt island located south of "Grande Anse du Diamant" before arriving from the south at Fort-de-France , the main port of the Caribbean island of Martinique . The uninhabited island is about 3 kilometres (1.9   mi) from

#15 Martinique

Martinique ( / ˌ m ɑːr t ɪ ˈ n iː k / MAR -tin- EEK , French:   [maʁtinik] ( listen ) ; Martinican Creole : Matinik or Matnik ; [7] Kalinago : Madinina or Madiana ) is an island and an overseas department/region and single territorial collectivity of France. An integral part of the French Republic ,

#16 List of shipwrecks in the Channel Islands

The list of shipwrecks in the Channel Islands lists some of the ships that wrecked on or sank in the waters of the Bailiwick of Guernsey and the Bailiwick of Jersey . The list includes ships that sustained a damaged hull, which were later refloated and repaired. Channel Islands Îles de la Manche   (

#17 Moshchny Island

Moshchny ( Russian : Мощный ; Finnish : Lavansaari ; Swedish : Lövskär , Estonian : Lavassaar ) is an island in the Gulf of Finland of the Baltic Sea , located some 120   km west of Saint Petersburg . The island is a part of the Leningrad Oblast , Russia . The area of the island is approximately 13.

#18 Rukwanzi Island

Rukwanzi Island is a disputed island in the southern portion of Lake Albert in Central Africa . It is home to approximately 1000 fishermen. [3] Rukwanzi Island Disputed island Geography Location Southwest Lake Albert in Central Africa Coordinates 1°12′37″N 30°29′29″E [2] Total islands 1 Administered

#19 San Clemente Island

San Clemente Island ( Tongva : Kinkipar ; Spanish : Isla de San Clemente ) [1] is the southernmost of the Channel Islands of California . It is owned and operated by the United States Navy , [2] and is a part of Los Angeles County . It is administered by Naval Base Coronado . It is 21 miles (34   km

#20 Nisyros

Nisyros also spelled Nisiros ( Greek : Νίσυρος , Nísiros ) is a volcanic Greek island and municipality located in the Aegean Sea . It is part of the Dodecanese group of islands, situated between the islands of Kos and Tilos . For the ancient town on the island of Karpathos, see Nisyros (Karpathos) .

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Litlkorsnestinden

Litlkorsnestinden , [3] or Trakta ( English: The Funnel ), is a mountain in Hadsel Municipality in Nordland county, Norway . The 980-metre (3,220   ft) tall mountain lies on the island of Austvågøya in the Lofoten archipelago , just north of the Trollfjorden . The summit is the most difficult to rea

#2 Glass House Mountains

The Glass House Mountains are a cluster of thirteen hills that rise abruptly from the coastal plain on the Sunshine Coast , Queensland , Australia . The highest hill is Mount Beerwah at 556 metres above sea level, but the most identifiable of all the hills is Mount Tibrogargan which from certain ang

#3 Top of the Mont Blanc

The so-called Top of the Mont Blanc is an inappropriately named collection piece on display in the Oval Room of Teylers Museum . [1] The specimen was supposedly cut off from the highest findable piece of exposed rock of the Rocher de la Tournette , 4,677 metres (15,344   ft) high on the snow covered

#4 Milk Hill

Milk Hill , located near Alton Priors east of Devizes , is the highest point in the county of Wiltshire , southwest England , at some 295   m (968   ft) above sea level [1] (the adjacent Tan Hill rises to 294   m). It is the location of the Alton Barnes white horse (a hill figure cut in 1812). Milk

#5 Brenta group

The Brenta Group or Brenta Dolomites ( Italian : Dolomiti di Brenta ) is a mountain range , and a subrange of the Rhaetian Alps in the Southern Limestone Alps mountain group. They are located in the Province of Trentino , in northeastern Italy . It is the only dolomitic group west of the Adige River

#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 Königspitze

The Königspitze ( German : Königspitze ; Italian : Gran Zebrù ) is a mountain of the Ortler Alps on the border between South Tyrol and the Province of Sondrio ( Lombardy ), Italy . After the Ortler , it is the second highest peak in the Ortler Alps, at a height of 3,851m. [1] Mountain in Italy König

#8 Barrington Tops National Park

The Barrington Tops National Park is a protected national park located in the Hunter Valley in New South Wales , Australia. Gazetted in 1969, the 76,512-hectare (189,070-acre) park is situated between Scone , Singleton , Dungog , Gloucester and East Gresford . Protected area in New South Wales, Aust

#9 Store Fornestinden

Store Fornestinden is a mountain in Tromsø Municipality in Troms og Finnmark county, Norway . The highest peak of any mountain in the eastern part of the municipality. The 1,477-metre (4,846   ft) tall mountain lies about 40 kilometres (25   mi) east of the city of Tromsø and about 11 kilometres (6.

#10 Hakkōda Mountains

The Hakkōda Mountains ( 八甲田山系 , Hakkōda-sankei ) are an active volcanic complex in south-central Aomori Prefecture , Japan, in Towada-Hachimantai National Park . Often called Mount Hakkōda ( 八甲田山 , Hakkōda-san ) or simply Hakkōda ( 八甲田 ) , the mountains are collectively listed as one of the 100 Famo

#11 Mont Collon

Mont Collon (3,637 m) is a mountain of the Swiss Pennine Alps in the canton of Valais . Its glaciated north face dominates the view south from the village of Arolla . Mountain in Switzerland Mont Collon The north face of Mont Collon from the Arolla valley Highest   point Elevation 3,637   m (11,932

#12 Mount Belolikov

Mount Belolikov ( 70°29′S 162°7′E ) is a mountain (1,120   m) along the west wall of Gannutz Glacier , about 8   nautical miles (15   km) west-northwest of Mount Bruce , in the Bowers Mountains , a major mountain range situated in the geographical Victoria Land , Antarctica . The mountain was first

#13 Sinjar Mountains

The Sinjar Mountains [1] [2] ( Kurdish : چیایێ شنگالێ ,Çiyayê Şingalê , Arabic : جبل سنجار Jabal Sinjār , Syriac : ܛܘܪܐ ܕܫܝܓܪ , romanized :   Ṭura d'Shingar , [3] ) are a 100-kilometre-long (62   mi) mountain range that runs east to west, rising above the surrounding alluvial steppe plains in northw

#14 List of mountains of the Alps over 4000 metres

This list tabulates all of the 82 official mountain summits of 4,000 metres (13,123   ft) or more in height in the Alps , as defined by the International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation (UIAA). [1] All are located within France , Italy or Switzerland , and are often referred to by mountaineer

#15 Svolværgeita

Svolværgeita or Geita ( Northern Sami : Spålla ) is a 150-metre (490   ft) tall pinnacle at the southwest face of the mountain Fløyfjellet on the island of Austvågøya in the Lofoten archipelago . The 569-metre (1,867   ft) high Fløyfjellet is located on the edge of the town of Svolvær in Vågan Munic

#16 Ōeyama (mountain range)

Located at the base of the Tango Peninsula in Kyoto Prefecture , Ōeyama (大江山) mountain range extends over Yosano-cho , Fukuchiyama and Miyazu . The highest peak, Senjogatake (千丈ヶ嶽) has an elevation of 832.5 meters. [1] The range is also called Yosa-no-oyama (与謝大山) and is the most known for the legen

#17 Mount Dergach

Mount Dergach ( 70°36′S 163°1′E ) is a flat-topped, ice-covered mountain located just west of Ob' Bay and south of Lunik Point , in the Bowers Mountains , a major mountain range of Victoria Land , Antarctica . The topographical feature was photographed from the air by U.S. Navy Operation Highjump ,

#18 Pic de Neige Cordier

Pic de Neige Cordier is a mountain in the Massif des Écrins range , located in the Hautes-Alpes département of France. The mountain is named after the French alpinist Henri Cordier . Paul Guillemin Pic de Neige   Cordier East face, April 2008 Highest   point Elevation 3,614   m (11,857   ft) Coordin

#19 Cannon Mountain (New Hampshire)

Cannon Mountain (formerly Profile Mountain ) is a 4,080-foot (1,240   m) peak in the White Mountains of New Hampshire . It is known for both its technical rock and ice climbing on its cliff face and skiing at Cannon Mountain Ski Area . It was also home to the Old Man of the Mountain , until that for

#20 Sugar Loaf (Winona, Minnesota)

Sugar Loaf is a bluff on the Mississippi River topped by a rock pinnacle , overlooking the city of Winona, Minnesota , United States. [3] The name "Sugar Loaf" is sometimes taken to mean just the rock pinnacle, which was created by quarrying in the 19th century. The bluff stands above the junction o

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Wabamun Lake

Wabamun Lake (sometimes spelled Wabumun ) is one of the most heavily used lakes in Alberta , Canada . It lies 65 kilometres (40   mi) west of Edmonton, Alberta . It is 19.2 kilometres (11.9   mi) long and 6.6 kilometres (4.1   mi) narrow, covers 82 square kilometres (32   sq   mi) and is 11 metres (

#2 Lake Amanda

Lake Amanda is a private artificial lake in Tyler County, Texas , near the town of Colmesneil , that along with its sister Frog Pond, were developed in the 1950s and 1960s by James Haralson from his family's old homestead. The lake was named after Haralson's daughter. The lots surrounding the lake w

#3 Lake 227

Lake 227 is one of 58 lakes located in the Experimental Lakes Area (ELA) in the Kenora District of Ontario, Canada . [1] Lake 227 is one of only 5 lakes in the Experimental Lakes Area currently involved in long-term research projects, and is of particular note for its importance in long term lake eu

#4 Lake Stamford

Lake Stamford , a reservoir formed by Stamford Dam, is located 10 miles (16   km) northeast of Stamford, Texas , in southeastern Haskell County . The lake had a storage capacity in 1999 of 51,573 acre-feet (63,614,000   m 3 ) and drains an area of 368 square miles (950   km 2 ) . Due to sedimentatio

#5 List of lakes of Minnesota

This is a list of lakes of Minnesota . Although promoted as the "Land of 10,000 Lakes", Minnesota has 11,842 lakes of 10 acres (4.05   ha) or more. [1] The 1968 state survey found 15,291 lake basins, of which 3,257 were dry. [2] If all basins over 2.5 acres were counted, Minnesota would have 21,871

#6 Lake Winnipesaukee

Lake Winnipesaukee ( / ˌ w ɪ n ɪ p ə ˈ s ɔː k i / ) is the largest lake in the U.S. state of New Hampshire , located in the Lakes Region at the foothills of the White Mountains . It is approximately 21 miles (34   km) long (northwest-southeast) and from 1 to 9 miles (1.6 to 14.5   km) wide (northeas

#7 Seminoe Dam

Seminoe Dam is a concrete thick-arch dam on the North Platte River in the U.S. state of Wyoming . The dam stores water for irrigation and hydroelectricity generation, and is owned and operated by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation . It is the uppermost dam on the North Platte River and is located direct

#8 Lake Gonzales

Lake Gonzales is a reservoir on the Guadalupe River 4 miles (6   km) southeast of the town of Belmont in Gonzales County , Texas . The reservoir was formed in 1931 by the construction of a dam to provide hydroelectric power to the area. Management of the dam and lake was assumed by the Guadalupe-Bla

#9 Diamond Lake (Oregon)

Diamond Lake is a natural body of water in the southern part of the U.S. state of Oregon . It lies near the junction of Oregon Route 138 and Oregon Route 230 in the Umpqua National Forest in Douglas County . It is located between Mount Bailey to the west and Mount Thielsen to the east; it is just no

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River / River

#1 Castlereagh River

The Castlereagh River is located in the central–western district of New South Wales , Australia . It is part of the Macquarie -Castlereagh catchment within the Murray–Darling basin and is an unregulated river, meaning no dams or storage have been built on it to control flows. [4] On a map of NSW, th

#2 Monarchy (Rivers of Nihil album)

Monarchy is the second studio album by Pennsylvania death metal band Rivers of Nihil . The album was released on August 21, 2015 via Metal Blade Records . It is the second album in the band's tetralogy based around the four seasons; it represents summer . [5] 2015 studio album by Rivers of Nihil Mon

#3 Sandy Creek (Michigan)

Sandy Creek is an 18.5-mile-long (29.8   km) creek located entirely within Monroe County in the U.S. state of Michigan . [2] [3] The creek rises in London Township in the north-central portion of the county and flows southeast into Lake Erie in Frenchtown Charter Township at Sterling State Park . Fo

#4 Manchester Ship Canal

The Manchester Ship Canal is a 36-mile-long (58   km) inland waterway in the North West of England linking Manchester to the Irish Sea . Starting at the Mersey Estuary at Eastham, near Ellesmere Port , Cheshire , it generally follows the original routes of the rivers Mersey and Irwell through the hi

#5 Chesterfield Canal

The Chesterfield Canal is a narrow canal in the East Midlands of England and it is known locally as 'Cuckoo Dyke'. [1] It was one of the last of the canals designed by James Brindley , who died while it was being constructed. It was opened in 1777 and ran for 46 miles (74   km) from the River Trent

#6 Congo River

The Congo River ( Kongo : Nzâdi Kôngo , French : Fleuve Congo , Portuguese : Rio Congo ), formerly also known as the Zaire River , is the second longest river in Africa, shorter only than the Nile , as well as the second largest river in the world by discharge volume, following only the Amazon . It

#7 Hivjufossen

Hivjufossen [1] is a 250 meters high waterfall in Hovet, a village in the municipality of Hol in the province Viken , in Norway . Some kilometers from the centre of the village Hovet, in the direction of Aurland , is a hiking track to the Hivjufossen. The majestic waterfall is a tourist attraction [

#8 Savitri River

Savitri River is one of the 5 rivers which originate from Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra state in India .It originates at Savitri point near Mahabaleshwar and flows through the bankot village and directly goes to Arabian sea Raigad district [1] and eventually meets Arabian Sea at Harehareshwar. It pas

#9 High Force

High Force is a waterfall on the River Tees , near Middleton-in-Teesdale , Teesdale , England . [1] The waterfall is within the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty ( AONB ) and the European Geopark . The waterfall is part of the historic county boundary between the North Riding of York

#10 Tuul River

The Tuul River or Tula River ( / ˈ t uː l / ; Mongolian : Туул гол , Tuul gol , pronounced   [ˈtʰʊːɮ ɢɔɮ] ; in older sources also Tola ) is a river in central and northern Mongolia . Sacred to the Mongols , the Tuul is generally called the Hatan Tuul ( Mongolian : Хатан Туул , [ˈχaʰtəɴ tʰʊːɮ] ; lit.

#11 Port River

The Port River (officially known as the Port Adelaide River ) is part of a tidal estuary located north of the Adelaide city centre in the Australian state of South Australia . It has been used as a shipping channel since the beginning of European settlement of South Australia in 1836, when Colonel L

#12 Paunnacussing Creek (Delaware River tributary)

Paunnacussing Creek is a tributary of the Delaware River contained wholly within Bucks County , Pennsylvania in the United States . It rises from a pond north of Mechanicsville , in Buckingham Township and drains into the Delaware at Bull Island just upstream of Lumberville in Solebury Township . Ri

#13 River Nar

The River Nar is a river in England , a tributary of the River Great Ouse . It rises at Mileham near Litcham in Norfolk and flows 15 miles west through Castle Acre and Narborough (the latter giving the Nar its name [2] ), joining the Ouse at King's Lynn . [3] It has had a variety of alternative name

#14 Soča

The Soča ( pronounced   [ˈsoːtʃa] in Slovene ) or Isonzo ( pronounced   [iˈzontso] in Italian ; other names Friulian : Lusinç , German : Sontig , Latin : Aesontius or Isontius [3] ) is a 138-kilometre (86   mi) long river that flows through western Slovenia ( 96 kilometres or 60 miles ) and northeas

#15 Carlisle Canal

The Carlisle Canal opened in 1823, to link Carlisle to the Solway Firth, to facilitate the transport of goods to and from the city. It was a short-lived venture, being replaced by a railway which used the canal bed for most of its route in 1854. Historical canal Carlisle Canal The remains of the sea

#16 River Findhorn

The River Findhorn ( Scottish Gaelic : Uisge Fionn Èireann ) is one of the longest rivers in Scotland . Located in the north east, it flows into the Moray Firth on the north coast. It has one of the largest non- firth estuaries in Scotland. River in Scotland River Findhorn Sandstone cliffs at Sluie

#17 Heywood Branch Canal

The Heywood Branch Canal was a branch of the Rochdale Canal from Castleton which led to Heywood . It opened in 1834 and carried traffic until 1937. It was abandoned in 1952, along with most of the Rochdale Canal, and although the Rochdale Canal has been reopened, the junction lies under the embankme

#18 Little Sur River

The Little Sur River is a 25.4-mile (40.9   km) [1] :   166   long river on the Central Coast of California . The river and its main tributary, the South Fork, drain a watershed of about 40 square miles (100   km 2 ) of the Big Sur area, a thinly settled region of the Central California coast where

#19 Fishing Creek (North Branch Susquehanna River tributary)

Fishing Creek is a 29.98-mile (48.25   km) long tributary of the Susquehanna River in Columbia County , Pennsylvania , in the United States . [3] It joins the Susquehanna River near the census-designated place of Rupert and the town of Bloomsburg . The watershed has an area of 385 square miles (1,00

#20 Rivière des Hurons (Richelieu River tributary)

The rivière des Hurons ( English: Hurons River ) flows for 33 kilometres (21   mi) to the east side spill in the Chambly Basin just north of the city of Chambly . Its mouth is in the municipality of Saint-Mathias-sur-Richelieu in the Rouville Regional County Municipality , in the administrative regi

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