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langs: 22 февраля [ru] / february 22 [en] / 22. februar [de] / 22 février [fr] / 22 febbraio [it] / 22 de febrero [es]

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Coast / Coast

#1 Daytona Beach, Florida

Daytona Beach , or simply Daytona , is a city of about 73,000 residents in Central Florida on its Atlantic coast. In Volusia County , it is approximately 42 miles (67.6   km) northeast of Orlando , 64 miles (103.0   km) southeast of Jacksonville , and 231 miles (371.8   km) northwest of Miami . It i

#2 Sunny Isles Beach, Florida

Sunny Isles Beach ( SIB , officially the City of Sunny Isles Beach ) is a city located on a barrier island in northeast Miami-Dade County , Florida , United States. The city is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway on the west. City in Florida City of Sunny Isles Be

#3 Virginia Key

Virginia Key is an 863-acre (3.49   km 2 ) barrier island in Miami , Florida . It is located in Biscayne Bay south of Brickell and north of Key Biscayne and is accessible from the mainland via the Rickenbacker Causeway . Neighborhood of Miami in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States Virginia Key

#4 Pompano Beach, Florida

Pompano Beach ( / ˈ p ɒ m p ən oʊ / POMP -ə-noh ) is a city in Broward County , Florida, along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, just north of Fort Lauderdale . The nearby Hillsboro Inlet forms part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway . As of the 2020 census, the city's population was 112,046. [9]

#5 Surfers Paradise, Queensland

Surfers Paradise is a coastal town and suburb in the City of Gold Coast , Queensland , Australia. [2] [3] In the 2016 census , Surfers Paradise had a population of 23,689 people. [1] "Surfers Paradise" redirects here. For other uses, see Surfers Paradise (disambiguation) . Map all coordinates using:

#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 Amelia Island

Amelia Island is a part of the Sea Islands chain that stretches along the East Coast of the United States from South Carolina to Florida ; it is the southernmost of the Sea Islands, and the northernmost of the barrier islands on Florida's Atlantic coast. [1] Lying in Nassau County , Florida, it is 1

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Island / Island

#1 Island of Stroma

The Island of Stroma [6] or Isle of Stroma or Stroma , is an island off the northern coast of the mainland of Scotland , just north of John o' Groats . It is the most southerly of the islands in the Pentland Firth between the Orkney islands and the traditional county of Caithness and therein the civ

#2 Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia ( UK : / s ən t l uː ˈ s iː ə , - ˈ l uː ʃ ə / ( listen ) , US : / s eɪ n t ˈ l uː ʃ ə / ( listen ) ; French : Sainte-Lucie ) is an island country in the West Indies in the eastern Caribbean Sea on the boundary with the Atlantic Ocean. [8] The island was previously called Iyonola , the n

#3 Pirrita Island

Pirrita Island is an island in the Swansea Channel in the City of Lake Macquarie of New South Wales , Australia. It is adjacent to the suburb of Pelican . Island in the City of Lake Macquarie, NSW, Australia Pirrita Island Native name: Galgabba Etymology Local Awabakal Aboriginal word for oysters fr

#4 Jaluit Atoll

Jaluit Atoll ( Marshallese : Jālwōj , [tʲælʲ(o)wɤtʲ] , or Jālooj , [tʲælʲoːtʲ] [2] ) is a large coral atoll of 91 islands in the Pacific Ocean and forms a legislative district of the Ralik Chain of the Marshall Islands . Its total land area is 11.34 square kilometers (4.38   sq   mi) , and it enclos

#5 Neuwerk

Neuwerk ( pronunciation   ( help · info ) ; ( Archaic English : New Werk [1] or Newark [2] ) is a 3   km 2 (1.2   sq   mi) tidal island in the Wadden Sea on the German North Sea coast, with a population [ when? ] of 32. Neuwerk is located 13   km (8   mi) northwest of Cuxhaven , between the Weser an

#6 Elafonisi

Elafonisi ( Greek : Ελαφονήσι [elafoˈnisi] "deer island") is an island located close to the southwestern corner of the Mediterranean island of Crete , of which it is administratively a part, in the regional unit of Chania . When the weather is fine it is possible to walk to the island through the sh

#7 Saint Barthélemy

Saint Barthélemy ( French : Saint-Barthélemy , [sɛ̃ baʁtelemi] ), officially the Collectivité territoriale de Saint-Barthélemy , [5] is an overseas collectivity of France [6] in the Caribbean . It is often abbreviated to St-Barth in French, and St. Barts in English. [7] The island lies about 30 kilo

#8 Maunsell Forts

The Maunsell Forts are armed towers built in the Thames and Mersey estuaries during the Second World War to help defend the United Kingdom . They were operated as army and navy forts, and named after their designer, Guy Maunsell . [1] The forts were decommissioned in the late 1950s and later used fo

#9 Hog Island (Wisconsin)

Hog Island is an uninhabited island located off the eastern shore of Washington Island in the town of Washington , Door County, Wisconsin, United States. [1] The island has a land area of 2.14 acres (8,656   m 2 ) [2] and an elevation of 10 feet [3] or 20 feet [4] above Lake Michigan. Island in Lake

#10 Great Keppel Island

Great Keppel Island ( Woppaburra, Wop-Pa, Wapparaburra ) lies 15 kilometres (9.3   mi) from the coast off Yeppoon in the Shire of Livingstone , Queensland , Australia. [1] It is part of the Capricorn Coast of Central Queensland . The island's traditional owners are the Woppaburra people. As the larg

#11 Detroit Island

Detroit Island is an island in Lake Michigan in the southern part of the town of Washington in Door County , Wisconsin , United States. The island has a land area of 2.578   km² (0.9955 sq mi, or 637.12 acres ), [1] [2] out of which 27.6% is open to the public. [3] The northern end of the island bor

#12 Enewetak Atoll

Enewetak Atoll ( / ɛ ˈ n iː w ə ˌ t ɔː k , ˌ ɛ n ɪ ˈ w iː t ɔː k / ; [2] also spelled Eniwetok Atoll or sometimes Eniewetok ; Marshallese : Ānewetak , [ænʲeːwɛːdˠɑk] , or Āne-wātak , [ænʲeːwæːdˠɑk] ; [3] known to the Japanese as Brown Atoll or Brown Island ; Japanese : ブラウン環礁 ) is a large coral atol

#13 Rapanui Rock

Shag Rock , also known as Rapanui , is a notable sea stack that marks the entrance of the Avon Heathcote Estuary near Christchurch , New Zealand. It is a prominent landmark for navigators at sea as well as travelers on the road to Sumner . The rock stands close to the southern shore just above the l

#14 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   (

#15 Carabane

Carabane , also known as Karabane , is an island and a village located in the extreme south-west of Senegal , in the mouth of the Casamance River . This relatively recent geological formation consists of a shoal and alluvium to which soil is added by accumulation in the branches and roots of the man

#16 Turtle Island (Lake Erie)

Turtle Island is a 1.5-acre (0.61   ha) island in the western portion of Lake Erie in the United States . The island has an unusual political status, as its jurisdiction is divided between the U.S. states of Michigan and Ohio , even though the island has no residents or current use. Turtle Island is

#17 Amrum

Amrum ( German pronunciation: [ˈamʁʊm] ( listen ) ; Öömrang North Frisian : Oomram ) is one of the North Frisian Islands on the German North Sea coast, south of Sylt and west of Föhr . It is part of the Nordfriesland district in the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein and has approximately 2,300 inh

#18 Savary Island

Savary Island or Áyhus [1] is an island in British Columbia , Canada . Located in the northern part of the Strait of Georgia , it is 144 kilometres (89   mi) northwest of Vancouver . It is approximately 0.8-1.5   km wide and 7.5 kilometres (4.7   mi) long. It has a permanent population of about 100,

#19 Süderoog

Süderoog ( German pronunciation: [ˈzyːdɐˌʔoːk] ( listen ) ; Danish : Sønderog ; North Frisian: Saruug or Saaruuch ) is one of the Halligen , a group of islands in the North Frisian Wadden Sea , off the west coast of Schleswig-Holstein in north Germany . It belongs administratively to the parish of P

#20 List of island countries

This is a list of island countries . An island is a landmass (smaller than a continent ) that is surrounded by water. [1] Many island countries are spread over an archipelago , as is the case with Indonesia and the Philippines (both countries consist of thousands of islands). Others consist of a sin

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Torre Egger

Torre Egger is one of the mountains of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field in South America . It is located in a region which is disputed between Argentina and Chile , [2] west of Cerro Chalten (also known as Fitz Roy). The peak is between Cerro Torre , the highest in a four mountain chain [3] and Cer

#2 Harrow Hill, West Sussex

Harrow Hill is an archaeological site in West Sussex , England. It is on the South Downs about 3 miles (5   km) north of the village of Angmering and 5 miles (8   km) north-west of Worthing . Archeological site in West Sussex, England For other uses, see Harrow (disambiguation) . Harrow Hill The ear

#3 Surt (volcano)

Surt is an active volcano on Jupiter's moon Io . It is located on Io's Jupiter-facing hemisphere at 45.21°N 336.49°W  / 45.21; -336.49  ( Surt ) . [1] Surt consists of an oblong volcanic pit (known as a patera ), 75 by 40 kilometres (47 by 25   mi) in diameter, surrounded by reddish sulfur and bri

#4 Nevado del Ruiz

The Nevado del Ruiz ( Spanish pronunciation:   [neβaðo ðel ˈrwis] ), also known as La Mesa de Herveo [4] ( English: Mesa of Herveo , the name of the nearby town ) is a volcano on the border of the departments of Caldas and Tolima in Colombia , about 129 kilometers (80   mi) west of the capital city

#5 Fourpeaked Mountain

Fourpeaked Volcano is an active stratovolcano in the U.S. state of Alaska . The Alaska Volcano Observatory rates Fourpeaked Volcano as Aviation Alert Level Green and Volcanic-alert Level Normal. It is nearly completely covered by Fourpeaked Glacier . Fourpeaked Volcano during eruption, September 17,

#6 Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro ( / ˌ k ɪ l ɪ m ə n ˈ dʒ ɑː r oʊ / ) [4] is a dormant volcano in Tanzania . It has three volcanic cones : Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira. It is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest single free-standing mountain above sea level in the world: 5,895 metres (19,341   ft) above sea

#7 Bunger Hills

Bunger Hills , also known as Bunger Lakes or Bunger Oasis , is a coastal range on the Knox Coast in Wilkes Land in Antarctica , consisting of a group of moderately low, rounded coastal hills , overlain by morainic drift and notably ice free throughout the year, lying south of the Highjump Archipelag

#8 Great Chishill

Great Chishill is a village in the civil parish of Great and Little Chishill , South Cambridgeshire , England. The village is about 1 mile (1.6   km) east of the county boundary with Hertfordshire and about 4 miles (6   km) east of Royston . [1] The 2011 Census recorded the parish's population as 67

#9 Matterhorn

The Matterhorn ( / ˈ m æ t ər h ɔːr n / , [3] [4] German: [ˈmatɐˌhɔʁn] ; Italian : Cervino , [tʃerˈviːno] ; French : Cervin , [sɛʁvɛ̃] ; Romansh : Matterhorn ) is a mountain of the Alps , straddling the main watershed and border between Switzerland and Italy . It is a large, near-symmetric pyramidal

#10 Puntiagudo-Cordón Cenizos

Puntiagudo-Cordón Cenizos ( Spanish pronunciation:   [puntjaˈɣuðo koɾˈðon seˈnisos] ) is a snow-capped volcanic chain located in the Andes , in Los Lagos Region of Chile , near Volcán Osorno . It lies between Rupanco Lake and Todos los Santos Lake . "Volcán Puntiagudo" ( Spanish for "Sharp-pointed v

#11 Pine Mountain Jump

The Pine Mountain Ski Jump is a ski jump located in Iron Mountain, Michigan , Dickinson County . It is part of the Kiwanis Ski Club and hosts annual FIS Ski Jumping Continental Cup competitions. [1] "Pine Mountain Slide is known throughout the world as one of the better jumping hills." Annually in F

#12 Kinkeizan

Mount Kinkei ( 金鶏山 , Kinkei-san or Kinkei-zan ) is a conical hill in the town of Hiraizumi in southwestern Iwate Prefecture , Japan . The mountain is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Historic Monuments and Sites of Hiraizumi . Mount Kinkei 金鶏山 Mount Kinkei Highest   point Elevation 98.3   m (3

#13 Adrar des Ifoghas

The Adrar des Ifoghas (also Adrar des Iforas ; Tamasheq : ⴰⴷⵔⴰⵔ ⵏ ⵉⴼⵓⵖⴰⵙ in Tifinagh ; Adrar n Ifoghas ; Arabic : أدرار إيفوغاس Ifoghas' Mountains) is a massif located in the Kidal Region of Mali , reaching into Algeria . It has an area of around 250,000 square kilometers (97,000 square miles). Adra

#14 Parícutin

Parícutin (or Volcán de Parícutin , also accented Paricutín ) is a cinder cone volcano located in the Mexican state of Michoacán , near the city of Uruapan and about 322 kilometers (200   mi) west of Mexico City . The volcano surged suddenly from the cornfield of local farmer Dionisio Pulido in 1943

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Grand Coulee Dam

Grand Coulee Dam is a concrete gravity dam on the Columbia River in the U.S. state of Washington , built to produce hydroelectric power and provide irrigation water. Constructed between 1933 and 1942, Grand Coulee originally had only two powerhouses. The third powerhouse ("Nat"), completed in 1974 t

#2 Brantingham Lake

Brantingham Lake [2] is a 327 acres (1.32   km 2 ) lake, within the Adirondack Park , located east of Brantingham, New York in Lewis County, New York . Home to both seasonal and year-round residents, the lake and surrounding area offer boating, fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, as well as trails for

#3 Savage Rapids Dam

Savage Rapids Dam was an approximately 39-foot-high (12   m) , 500-foot-long (150   m) irrigation diversion dam spanning the mainstem of the Rogue River in Josephine County , Oregon . The dam was demolished and removed in 2009. [1] From 1921 until the spring of 2009, the Savage Rapids Dam almost ent

#4 Kariba Dam

The Kariba Dam is a double curvature concrete arch dam in the Kariba Gorge of the Zambezi river basin between Zambia and Zimbabwe . The dam stands 128 metres (420   ft) tall and 579 metres (1,900   ft) long. [1] The dam forms Lake Kariba , which extends for 280 kilometres (170   mi) and holds 185 cu

#5 Hanging Lake

Hanging Lake is a lake in the U.S. State of Colorado . It is located in Glenwood Canyon , about 7 miles (11   km) east of Glenwood Springs, Colorado and is a popular tourist destination. When open, the lake is reached via a trailhead located along the Glenwood Canyon Bike and Pedestrian Path that ru

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River / River

#1 Wabash and Erie Canal

The Wabash and Erie Canal was a shipping canal that linked the Great Lakes to the Ohio River via an artificial waterway. The canal provided traders with access from the Great Lakes all the way to the Gulf of Mexico . Over 460 miles long, it was the longest canal ever built in North America. Disused

#2 Rideau Canal

The Rideau Canal , also known unofficially as the Rideau Waterway , connects Canada's capital city of Ottawa , Ontario , to Lake Ontario and the Saint Lawrence River at Kingston . It is 202 kilometres long. [1] The name Rideau , French for "curtain", is derived from the curtain-like appearance of th

#3 Ōtūmahana Estuary

Ōtūmahana Estuary , also known as the Karamea Estuary , is a tidal estuary in the Buller District of the West Coast Region of New Zealand. It is located at the mouth of the Karamea River and also receives the outflow of Granite Creek. [2] Body of water Ōtūmahana Estuary Karamea Estuary Ōtūmahana Est

#4 Rospuda

The Rospuda ( Polish pronunciation:   [rɔsˈpuda] ) is a small river in north-eastern Poland. It flows through the Suwałki Region of Poland, including the north-western part of the large Augustów Primeval Forest wilderness area. Its continuation, the Netta , is a tributary of the Biebrza . Around 200

#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 Warren County Canal

The Warren County Canal was a branch of the Miami and Erie Canal in southwestern Ohio about 20 miles (32   km) in length that connected the Warren County seat of Lebanon to the main canal at Middletown in the mid-19th century. Lebanon was at the crossroads of two major roads, the highway from Cincin

#7 New York Canal

The New York Canal is an irrigation canal in the western United States , located in southwestern Idaho . Sourced from the Boise River , it   originates at the Diversion Dam in Ada County and ends after 41 miles (66   km) at Lake Lowell in Canyon County . Canal New York Canal The New York Canal in 19

#8 Guadalupe River (California)

The Guadalupe River ( Spanish : Río Guadalupe ; Muwekma Ohlone : Thámien Rúmmey ) mainstem is an urban, northward flowing 14 miles (23   km) river in California whose much longer headwater creeks originate in the Santa Cruz Mountains . The river mainstem now begins on the Santa Clara Valley floor wh

#9 Yellowstone River

The Yellowstone River is a tributary of the Missouri River , approximately 692 miles (1,114   km) long, in the Western United States . Considered the principal tributary of upper Missouri, via its own tributaries it drains an area with headwaters across the mountains and high plains of southern Mont

#10 St. Lawrence Seaway

The St. Lawrence Seaway ( French : la Voie Maritime du Saint-Laurent ) is a system of locks , canals , and channels in Canada and the United States that permits oceangoing vessels to travel from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes of North America, as far inland as Duluth, Minnesota , at the weste

#11 Kishwaukee River

The Kishwaukee River , locally known as simply The Kish , is a 63.4-mile-long (102.0   km) [2] river in the U.S. state of Illinois . [3] It is a tributary of the Rock River [4] and its name derives from the Potowatomi word for "river of the sycamore ". [5] River in the United States Kishwaukee River

#12 Aguarico River

The Aguarico River ( Spanish : Río Aguarico , meaning "rich water") is a river in northeastern Ecuador . It is the main river of the Sucumbíos province. In the last part of its course it is the Ecuadorian- Peruvian border. It empties into the Napo River . It has a length of 390   km (240   mi) , of

#13 Mojave River

The Mojave River is an intermittent river in the eastern San Bernardino Mountains and the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County , California , United States. Most of its flow is underground, while its surface channels remain dry most of the time, except for the headwaters and several bedrock gorges

#14 Sutlej Yamuna link canal

Satluj Yamuna Link Canal or SYL as it is popularly known, is an under-construction 214-kilometer (133   mi) long canal in India to connect the Sutlej and Yamuna rivers. [2] However, the proposal met obstacles [3] and was referred to the Supreme Court of India . [2] It was defined as river water shar

#15 Sheffield & Tinsley Canal

The Sheffield & Tinsley Canal is a canal in the City of Sheffield , England . It runs 3.9 miles (6.3   km) from Tinsley , where it leaves the River Don , to the Sheffield Canal Basin (now Victoria Quays ) in the city centre, passing through 11 locks . The maximum craft length that can navigate this

#16 Elbe

The Elbe ( German: [ˈɛlbə] ( listen ) ; Czech : Labe [ˈlabɛ] ( listen ) ; Low German : Ilv or Elv ; Upper and Lower Sorbian : Łobjo ) is one of the major rivers of Central Europe . It rises in the Giant Mountains of the northern Czech Republic before traversing much of Bohemia (western half of the C

#17 Calfkiller River

The Calfkiller River is a 42.4-mile-long (68.2   km) [3] stream in the east-central portion of Middle Tennessee in the United States. It is a tributary of the Caney Fork , and is part of the Cumberland , Ohio , and Mississippi watersheds. The river is believed to be named for a Cherokee chief who on

#18 Tangahoe River

The Tangahoe River is a river of the Taranaki Region of New Zealand 's North Island . It flows generally southwest from its origins in hill country to the east of Lake Rotorangi , reaching the Tasman Sea in the South Taranaki Bight 5   km (3.1   mi) southeast of Hawera . River in New Zealand Tangaho

#19 Vermont v. New Hampshire

Vermont v. New Hampshire , 289 U.S. 593 (1933), was a United States Supreme Court case holding that the boundary between Vermont and New Hampshire is neither the thread of the channel of the Connecticut River nor the top of the west bank of the river, but rather the west bank of the river at the mea

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Sea / Sea

#1 Great Australian Bight

The Great Australian Bight is a large oceanic bight , or open bay, off the central and western portions of the southern coastline of mainland Australia . Open bay off southern Australia For other uses, see Great Australian Bight (disambiguation) . This article's lead section may be too short to adeq

#2 Big Bay de Noc

Big Bay de Noc is a bay in the Upper Peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan . The bay, which opens into Lake Michigan 's Green Bay , is enclosed by Delta County . The Garden Peninsula is on the east side of the bay and the Stonington Peninsula is on the west side. The small Delta County settlements

#3 Ross Sea

The Ross Sea is a deep bay of the Southern Ocean in Antarctica , between Victoria Land and Marie Byrd Land and within the Ross Embayment , and is the southernmost sea on Earth. It derives its name from the British explorer James Ross who visited this area in 1841. To the west of the sea lies Ross Is

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