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Coast / Coast

#1 Redcar

Redcar is a seaside town on the Yorkshire Coast in the Redcar and Cleveland unitary authority in the county of North Yorkshire , England. It is located 7 miles (11   km) east of Middlesbrough . Town in North Yorkshire, England For the mass transit company "Red Car", see Pacific Electric . For the ba

#2 Beach Heat: Miami

Beach Heat: Miami is an American dramedy television series set in Miami Beach, Florida . The show is fashioned after Baywatch and showcases the professional and personal lives of a motley crew of lifeguards. The show was shot exclusively in South Florida and lasted two seasons, with entirely differe

#3 Brighton

Brighton ( / ˈ b r aɪ t ən / ) is a seaside resort and one of the two main areas of the City of Brighton and Hove in the county of East Sussex , England. Brighton is 47 miles (76   km) south of London . [1] Seaside resort on the south coast of England This article is about the seaside resort in Engl

#4 Presque Isle State Park

Presque Isle State Park ( / p r ɛ s k / ) is a 3,112-acre (1,259   ha) Pennsylvania State Park on an arching, sandy peninsula that juts into Lake Erie , 4 miles (6   km) west of the city of Erie , in Millcreek Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania , in the United States. The peninsula sweeps northeast

#5 Bjerkø Peninsula

Bjerkø Peninsula [1] is a broad ice-covered peninsula of Antarctica , forming the west shore of MacKenzie Bay . Norwegian whalers explored this area in January and February 1931, naming the cape at the end of this peninsula for gunner Reidar Bjerkø of the whale catcher Bouvet II , from whose deck th

#6 Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth ( / ˈ j ɑːr m ə θ / ), often called Yarmouth , is a seaside town in, and the main administrative centre of, the Borough of Great Yarmouth in Norfolk , England; it straddles the River Yare and is located 20 miles (30   km) east of Norwich . [2] A population of 38,693 in the 2011 Census

#7 Point Reyes

Point Reyes ( Spanish : Punto de los Reyes , meaning "Point of the Kings ") is a prominent cape and popular Northern California tourist destination on the Pacific coast . Located in Marin County , it is approximately 30 miles (50   km) west-northwest of San Francisco . The term is often applied to t

#8 Capture of Valdivia

The Capture of Valdivia ( Spanish : Toma de Valdivia ) was a battle in the Chilean War of Independence between Royalist forces commanded by Colonel Manuel Montoya and Fausto del Hoyo and the Patriot forces under the command of Thomas Cochrane and Jorge Beauchef , held on 3 and 4 February 1820. The b

#9 Key West

Key West ( Spanish : Cayo Hueso ) is an island in the Straits of Florida , within the U.S. state of Florida . Together with all or parts of the separate islands of Dredgers Key , Fleming Key , Sunset Key , and the northern part of Stock Island , it constitutes the City of Key West . Island and city

#10 Point Loma, San Diego

Point Loma ( Spanish : Punta de la Loma , meaning "Hill Point"; Kumeyaay : Amat Kunyily , meaning "Black Earth") [1] is a seaside community within the city of San Diego , California . Geographically it is a hilly peninsula that is bordered on the west and south by the Pacific Ocean , the east by the

#11 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,

#12 Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park is a national park located about 68 miles (109   km) west of Key West in the Gulf of Mexico . The park preserves Fort Jefferson and the seven Dry Tortugas islands, the westernmost and most isolated of the Florida Keys . The archipelago's coral reefs are the least disturbed

#13 Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Fort Lauderdale ( / ˈ l ɔː d ər d eɪ l / ) is a coastal city located in the U.S. state of Florida , 30 miles (48   km) north of Miami along the Atlantic Ocean. It is the county seat of and largest city in Broward County with a population of 182,760 as of the 2020 Census making it the tenth largest c

#14 Keller Peninsula

Keller Peninsula is a high peninsula separating Mackellar Inlet and Martel Inlet in Admiralty Bay , on King George Island , in the South Shetland Islands of Antarctica . The name Keller was applied by the French Antarctic Expedition under Jean-Baptiste Charcot , who charted Admiralty Bay in December

#15 Mawson Peninsula

Mawson Peninsula ( 68°35′S 154°11′E ) is a high ( 455-metre (1,500   ft) ), narrow, ice-covered peninsula on the George V Coast , on the west side of the Slava Ice Shelf , Antarctica, terminating in Cape Hudson. It extends for over 30 nautical miles (56   km) in a northwesterly direction. The penins

#16 Cape of Good Hope

The Cape of Good Hope ( Afrikaans : Kaap die Goeie Hoop [ˌkɑːp di ˌχujə ˈɦuəp] ) [lower-alpha 1] is a rocky headland on the Atlantic coast of the Cape Peninsula in South Africa . Headland of Cape Peninsula, South Africa For other uses, see Cape of Good Hope (disambiguation) . Not to be confused with

#17 Princess Martha Coast

Princess Martha Coast ( Norwegian : Kronprinsesse Märtha Kyst ) is that portion of the coast of Queen Maud Land lying between 05° E and the terminus of Stancomb-Wills Glacier , at 20° W. The entire coastline is bounded by ice shelves with ice cliffs 20 to 35 metres (66 to 115   ft) high. Portion of

#18 Shackleford Banks

Shackleford Banks is a barrier island [1] system on the coast of Carteret County, North Carolina . It contains a herd of feral horses , scallop , crabs and various sea animals, including summer nesting by loggerhead turtles. [2] It is a tourist and beach camping site. [3] "a place to be a ease with

#19 Cape Wild

Cape Wild is a prominent rock cape on the eastern end of the Organ Pipe Cliffs , 4 nautical miles (7 km) east of Cape Blake . This may be the cape viewed from the ship Superior Mirage, by the United States Exploring Expedition under Lieutenant Charles Wilkes , January 19, 1840. Wilkes applied the na

#20 Matheson Hammock Park

Matheson Hammock Park is a 630 acres (2.5   km 2 ) urban park in metropolitan Miami at 9610 Old Cutler Road , just south of Coral Gables , Florida . The park surrounds the north and western ends of Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden . Matheson Hammock Park Matheson Hammock Park with the Miami skyline

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Island / Island

#1 Cortes Bank

Cortes Bank is a shallow seamount (a barely submerged island) in the North Pacific Ocean . It is 96 miles southwest of San Pedro , Los Angeles , 111 miles (166 kilometers) west of Point Loma , San Diego , and 47 miles (82 kilometers) southwest of San Clemente Island in Los Angeles County . It is con

#2 Margaret Island

Margaret Island ( Hungarian : Margitsziget [ˈmɒrɡit.siɡɛt] ; German : Margareteninsel ; Turkish : Kızadası ) is a 2.5   km (1.6   mi) long island, 500   m (550   yd) wide, ( 0.965   km 2 (238 acres) in area) in the middle of the Danube in central Budapest , Hungary . The island is mostly covered by

#3 Minerva Reefs

The Minerva Reefs ( Tongan : Ongo Teleki ) are a group of two submerged atolls located somewhere in the Pacific Ocean between Fiji , Niue and Tonga . The islands are the subject of a territorial dispute between both nations, and in addition were briefly claimed by American Libertarians as the centre

#4 Republic of Minerva

The Republic of Minerva was a micronation consisting of the Minerva Reefs . It was one of the few modern attempts at creating a sovereign micronation on the reclaimed land of an artificial island in 1972. The architect was Las Vegas real estate millionaire and political activist Michael Oliver , who

#5 Island No. 2

Island No. 2 is a mostly-submerged island in Solano County , California . Formerly swampland, it was reclaimed into productive farmland, and became the subject of lengthy legal disputes in the early 20th century. Since then, it has become again submerged, and is now part of the Napa-Sonoma Marshes W

#6 Thompson Island (Antarctica)

Thompson Island ( 66°0′S 110°7′E ) is the largest and northeasternmost of the Balaena Islands , situated about 1 kilometre ( 1 ⁄ 2 nautical mile) from the coast of Antarctica and 28 kilometres (15 nautical miles) northeast of the Windmill Islands . The island consists of two rocky knolls separated b

#7 Southern Thule

Southern Thule is a collection of the three southernmost islands in the South Sandwich Islands : Bellingshausen , Cook , and Thule (Morrell) . The island group is barren, windswept, bitterly cold, and uninhabited. It has an extensive exclusive economic zone rich in marine living resources managed as

#8 Wakatobi Regency

Wakatobi Regency is a group of ca. 150 islands forming an administrative regency located in Southeast Sulawesi , Indonesia. The four largest islands are Wangi-wangi , Kaledupa, Binongko and Tomia. The capital of the regency is located on Wangi-wangi Island, and was established by virtue of Law of th

#9 Shōwa Iōjima

Shōwa Iōjima ( 昭和硫黄島 ) , also known as Shōwa Shintō ( 昭和新島 ) , is one of the Satsunan Islands , usually classed with the Ōsumi Islands , belonging to Kagoshima Prefecture , Japan . [1] A deserted volcanic island, it is located just off the northern shore of Iōjima , Kagoshima . Not to be confused wi

#10 Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai

Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai ( ɽ ( listen ) ) is a submarine volcano in the South Pacific located about 30   km (19   mi) south of the submarine volcano of Fonuafo ʻ ou and 65   km (40   mi) north of Tongatapu , Tonga 's main island. [3] It is part of the highly active Kermadec-Tonga subduction zone an

#11 Yell, Shetland

Yell ( Scots : Yell ) is one of the North Isles of Shetland , Scotland . In the 2011 census it had a usually resident population of 966. It is the second largest island in Shetland after the Mainland with an area of 82 square miles (212   km 2 ) , [4] [7] and is the third most populous in the archip

#12 Orchid Island

Orchid Island , [2] also known by other names , is a 45   km 2 (17   sq   mi) volcanic island off the southeastern coast of Taiwan Island . The island is part of Taiwan. It is separated from the Batanes of the Philippines by the Bashi Channel of the Luzon Strait . It is governed as Lanyu Township of

#13 Runde

Runde is an island in the municipality of Herøy in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway . The island has a population of 113 people (as of 2015), and it is connected by the Runde Bridge to the island of Remøya to the south. Runde Runde Location of the island Show map of Møre og Romsdal Runde Runde (Norway

#14 Oahu

Oahu ( / oʊ ˈ ɑː h uː / ) ( Hawaiian : Oʻahu ( pronounced   [oˈʔɐhu] )), also known as "The Gathering Place ", is the third-largest of the Hawaiian Islands . It is home to roughly one million people—over two-thirds of the population of the U.S. state of Hawaii . The island is within Honolulu County

#15 Aunuʻu

Aunu ʻ u is a small volcanic island off the southeastern shore of Tutuila in Saʻole County , American Samoa . It has a land area of 374.83 acres (0.59   sq   mi; 1.52   km 2 ) , and a 2010 census population of 436 persons. Politically, it is a part of the Eastern District , one of the two primary po

#16 Iceland

Iceland ( Icelandic : Ísland ; [ˈistlant] ( listen ) ) [lower-alpha 4] is a Nordic island country in the North Atlantic Ocean and the most sparsely populated country in Europe . [13] Iceland's capital and largest city is Reykjavík , which (along with its surrounding areas) is home to over 65% of the

#17 Liancourt Rocks

The Liancourt Rocks [2] form a group of islets in the Sea of Japan between the Korean peninsula and the Japanese archipelago . The Liancourt Rocks comprise two main islets and 35 smaller rocks; the total surface area of the islets is 0.187554 square kilometres (46.346 acres) and the highest elevatio

#18 Baffin Island

Baffin Island (formerly Baffin Land ), [5] in the Canadian territory of Nunavut , is the largest island in Canada and the fifth-largest island in the world . Its area is 507,451   km 2 (195,928   sq   mi) —slightly larger than Spain, its population was 13,039 as of the 2021 Canadian census , [2] and

#19 Pohnpei

Pohnpei "upon ( pohn ) a stone altar ( pei )" (formerly known as Ponape or Ascension , Proto-Chuukic-Pohnpeic : *Fawo ni pei [1] ) is an island of the Senyavin Islands which are part of the larger Caroline Islands group. It belongs to Pohnpei State , one of the four states in the Federated States of

#20 Governors Island

Governors Island is a 172-acre (70   ha) island in New York Harbor , within the New York City borough of Manhattan . It is located approximately 800 yards (732   m) south of Manhattan Island, and is separated from Brooklyn to the east by the 400-yard-wide (370   m) Buttermilk Channel . The National

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Bidean nam Bian

Bidean nam Bian ( Scottish Gaelic : Bidean nam Beann , 'peak of the mountains') [3] is the highest peak in a group of mountains south of Glen Coe and north of Glen Etive in the Scottish Highlands . With a height of 1,150 metres (3,770   ft) , it is a Munro and the highest point in Argyll . It is a c

#2 Jesse Handsley

Jesse Handsley (29 March 1876   – c. 3 June 1916) was an able seaman who served with distinction under Captain Robert Falcon Scott on Scott's first expedition to the Antarctic regions; the Discovery expedition of 1901 to 1904. Royal Navy able seamen and Antarctic explorer This article's tone or styl

#3 Hekla

Hekla ( Icelandic pronunciation:   ​ [ˈhɛhkla] ( listen ) ), or Hecla , [2] [3] is a stratovolcano in the south of Iceland with a height of 1,491   m (4,892   ft) . Hekla is one of Iceland's most active volcanoes ; over 20 eruptions have occurred in and around the volcano since 874. During the Middl

#4 Wudang Mountains

The Wudang Mountains ( simplified Chinese : 武当山 ; traditional Chinese : 武當山 ; pinyin : Wǔdāng Shān ) consist of a mountain range in the northwestern part of Hubei , China , just south of Shiyan . They are home to a famous complex of Taoist temples and monasteries associated with the Lord of the Nort

#5 Woolly Tops Mountain

Woolly Tops Mountain is a mountain in the Great Smoky Mountains in Sevier County, Tennessee . It has an elevation of 5,482 feet (1,671   m) , and is located in the eastern half of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park . Mountain in Tennessee, United States Woolly Tops Mountain Highest   point Elev

#6 Torlyn Mountain

Torlyn Mountain ( 67°47′S 66°55′E ) is an elongated mountain , of which Murray Monolith is the detached front, standing 4 miles (6   km) east of Scullin Monolith on the coast of Mac. Robertson Land , Antarctica . In January and February 1931 several Norwegian whale catchers explored along this coast

#7 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

#8 Kikai Caldera

Kikai Caldera ( 鬼界カルデラ , Kikai karudera ) (alternatively Kikaiga-shima , Kikai Caldera Complex ) is a massive, mostly submerged caldera up to 19 kilometres (12   mi) in diameter in the Ōsumi Islands of Kagoshima Prefecture , Japan. [2] Not to be confused with the island Kikaijima nor the town on it

#9 Beinn Dorain

Beinn Dorain ( Scottish Gaelic : Beinn Dobhrain , [2] 'hill of the otter'), [3] is a mountain in the Breadalbane region of the Scottish Highlands . It overlooks Bridge of Orchy in Argyll . It is a Munro with a height of 1,076 metres (3,530   ft) . The mountain is the subject of Duncan Ban MacIntyre

#10 Larch Hill

Larch Hill International Scout and Guide Centre is the national campsite, and administrative and training headquarters of Scouting Ireland . It was previously owned by Scouting Ireland (CSI) . Larch Hill Owner Scouting Ireland Location Tibradden , Dublin Country Ireland Coordinates 53.253885°N 6.281

#11 Mount Worthington (Washington)

Mount Worthington is a 6,938-foot (2,115-metre) elevation double-summit mountain located in the eastern Olympic Mountains in Jefferson County of Washington state. It is set within Buckhorn Wilderness , on land managed by the Olympic National Forest . The nearest neighbor is Iron Mountain , 0.76   mi

#12 Ben More (Crianlarich)

Ben More ( Scottish Gaelic : Beinn Mhòr , "the great mountain") [2] is a mountain in the Breadalbane region of the southern Scottish Highlands , near Crianlarich . Rising to 1,174 metres (3,852   ft) , it is a Munro and is the highest of the so-called Crianlarich Hills to the south-east of the villa

#13 Aira Caldera

Aira Caldera is a gigantic volcanic caldera that is located on the southern end of Kyushu , Japan. It is believed to have been formed about 30,000 years ago with a succession of pyroclastic surges . [1] [2] It is currently the place of residence to over 900,000 people. The shores of Aira Caldera are

#14 Nanga Parbat

Nanga Parbat ( Urdu : نَنگا پربت ) ( Urdu:   [nəŋɡa pərbət̪] ; lit.   ' naked mountain ' ), known locally as Diamer ( دیامر ) which means “king of the mountains”, is the ninth-highest mountain on Earth, its summit at 8,126   m (26,660   ft) above sea level. [2] Lying immediately southeast of the nor

#15 Cerro Torre

Cerro Torre is one of the mountains of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field in South America . It is located in Argentina , [3] west of Fitz Roy (also known as Cerro Chaltén). The peak is the highest of a four mountain chain: the other peaks are Torre Egger ( 2,685   m (8,809   ft) ), [4] Punta Herron,

#16 Cerro Las Tórtolas

Cerro Las Tórtolas is a peak at the border of Argentina and Chile [4] with an elevation of 6,145 metres (20,161   ft) metres [5] [6] and located at the Central Andes . It is on the border of the Argentinean province of San Juan and Chilean province of Elqui . Its slopes are within the administrative

#17 Mount Cornu

Mount Cornu ( 64°9′S 60°35′W ) is a mountain standing at the head of Gregory Glacier and north of Breguet Glacier , in northern Graham Land . It was shown on an Argentine government chart of 1957, but named by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee in 1960 for Paul Cornu , a French engineer who, in

#18 Mount Shishaldin

Mount Shishaldin ( / ʃ ɪ ˈ ʃ æ l d ən / ) is a moderately active volcano on Unimak Island in the Aleutian Islands chain of Alaska . It is the highest mountain peak of the Aleutian Islands. The most symmetrical cone-shaped glacier-clad large mountain on Earth, the volcano's topographic contour lines

#19 Osorno (volcano)

Osorno Volcano is a 2,652-metre (8,701   ft) tall conical stratovolcano lying between Osorno Province and Llanquihue Province , in Los Lagos Region of Chile . It stands on the southeastern shore of Llanquihue Lake , and also towers over Todos los Santos Lake . Osorno is considered a symbol of the lo

#20 Mount Seymour

Mount Seymour is a mountain located in Mount Seymour Provincial Park in the District of North Vancouver , British Columbia , Canada . It is a part of the North Shore Mountains , rising to the north from the shores of Burrard Inlet and Indian Arm to a summit of 1,449   m (4,754   ft) above the Indian

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Åsunden (Västergötland)

Åsunden ( Swedish pronunciation:   [ˈôːˌsɵnːdɛn] ) [1] is a lake in Västergötland , Sweden . Body of water Åsunden Ulricehamn (then Bogesund) around 1700, viewed from the south. The lake on the left Åsunden Location Västergötland Coordinates 57°44′N 13°23.25′E Primary outflows Ätran Basin   countrie

#2 Doe Lake (Parry Sound District)

Doe Lake is a lake in Parry Sound District , Ontario , Canada . [1] The lake is composed of three sections and as such known locally for their size as Big Doe Lake , Middle Doe Lake , and Little Doe Lake . Doe Lake is the largest lake in the Almaguin Highlands area of the Magnetawan River system. Bo

#3 Dhadimagi Kilhi

Dhadimagi Kilhi (literally "Dhadimagu Lake") is one of the two fresh water lakes in Fuvahmulah , Maldives . Some of this article's listed sources may not be reliable . ( October 2013 )

#4 Yamhill River lock and dam

The Yamhill River lock and dam was completed in 1900. It was built near Lafayette, Oregon , to allow better river transport on the Yamhill River from Dayton , to McMinnville, Oregon . While the Corps of Engineers had recommended against construction of the lock, it was built anyway, largely as a res

#5 Lac de Conche

Lac de Conche is a lake in the canton of Valais , Switzerland . It is located in the municipality of Collombey-Muraz , at an elevation of 1687 m, close to the French border. [1] Body of water Lac de Conche Lac de Conche Show map of Canton of Valais Lac de Conche Show map of Rhône-Alpes Lac de Conche

#6 Neckartal Dam

The Neckartal Dam , nicknamed the Desert Dragon , is a dam located in the ǁKaras Region of southern Namibia . It is a curved gravity dam on the Fish River near Berseba , c. 40 kilometres (25   mi) northwest of the regional capital Keetmanshoop . Construction started in 2013 and was initially expecte

#7 Glenmore Reservoir

The Glenmore Reservoir is a large reservoir on the Elbow River in the southwest quadrant of Calgary , Alberta . It is controlled by the Glenmore Dam , a concrete gravity dam on the Elbow River. The Glenmore Reservoir is a primary source of drinking water to the city of Calgary. Built in 1932, with a

#8 Hoàn Kiếm Lake

Hoàn Kiếm Lake ( Vietnamese : Hồ Hoàn Kiếm , Hán tự : 湖 還 劍 , meaning "Lake of the Returned Sword" or "Lake of the Restored Sword" ), also known as Sword Lake ( Hồ Gươm ) or Tả Vọng Lake ( Hồ Tả Vọng ), is a fresh water lake, measuring some 12 ha in the historical center of Hanoi , the capital city

#9 Spreckels Lake

The Spreckels Lake Model Yacht Facility , commonly referred to as "Spreckels Lake", is an artificial reservoir behind an earthen dam and adjoining clubhouse situated on the northern side of San Francisco 's Golden Gate Park . Completed in mid-March 1904, [1] the reservoir was built for the use of mo

#10 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

#11 Lake Cerknica

Lake Cerknica ( pronounced   [ˈtseːɾknitsa] ; Slovene : Cerkniško jezero , German : Zirknitzer See ) is an intermittent lake in the southern part of the Cerknica Polje , a karst polje in Inner Carniola , a region in southwestern Slovenia . [2] The lake, oriented in the Dinaric direction from northwe

#12 Manapouri Power Station

Manapōuri Power Station is an underground hydroelectric power station on the western arm of Lake Manapouri in Fiordland National Park , in the South Island of New Zealand . At 854   MW installed capacity (although limited to 800   MW due to resource consent limits [3] ), it is the largest hydroelect

#13 Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool

The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool is the largest of the many reflecting pools in Washington, D.C. , United States. It is a long and large rectangular pool located on the National Mall , directly east of the Lincoln Memorial , with the Washington Monument to the east of the reflecting pool. [1] Pa

#14 Sea of Galilee

The Sea of Galilee ( Hebrew : יָם כִּנֶּרֶת , Judeo-Aramaic : יַמּא דטבריא, גִּנֵּיסַר, Arabic : بحيرة طبريا ), also called Lake Tiberias , Kinneret or Kinnereth , [3] is a freshwater lake in Israel . It is the lowest freshwater lake on Earth and the second-lowest lake in the world (after the Dead S

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River / River

#1 Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway

The Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway is a protected green belt corridor , more than one and a half miles (1.6   km) wide in places, that was the former route of the proposed Cross Florida Barge Canal . [1] [2] It is named for the leader of opposition to the Cross Florida Barge Canal, Marj

#2 River Moyola

The River Moyola or Moyola River stretches for approximately 27 miles from the Sperrin Mountains to Lough Neagh . [1] The Moyola starts a small river (3-5 metres; 10' to 16') for the first few miles of its length and proceeds to expand to a medium-sized river (5-20 metres; 16' to 65') and then to a

#3 Shevi Waterfall

Shevi Waterfall is the largest natural waterfall in the Middle East. The geographical location of the waterfall is E484936 N324745, Zagros Mountains [1] in a village called Shevi at Shahion district in Dezful City , Khuzestan Province . [2] [3] shevi Waterfall This article needs additional citations

#4 Mine Kill

Mine Kill is a river in Schoharie County in the state of New York . It flows into the Schoharie Creek by Gilboa, New York . Mine Kill Falls is located on the creek where it passes under State Route 30 . Mine Kill Mine Kill Falls in October 2021 Location of mouth within New York Show map of New York

#5 Little Delaware River

Little Delaware River is a river in Delaware County , New York . It begins along the western slope of Plattekill Mountain , northeast of the Hamlet of Bovina and flows generally westward before converging with the West Branch Delaware River by the Village of Delhi . [3] River in New York, United Sta

#6 Lycoming Creek

Lycoming Creek is a 37.5-mile-long (60.4   km) [1] tributary of the West Branch Susquehanna River located in Tioga and Lycoming counties in Pennsylvania in the United States . This article needs additional citations for verification . ( August 2007 ) River in Pennsylvania, United States Lycoming Cre

#7 High Peak Junction

High Peak Junction , near Cromford , Derbyshire , England , is the name now used to describe the site where the former Cromford and High Peak Railway (C&HPR), whose workshops were located here, meets the Cromford Canal . It lies within Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site , designated in 2001, [

#8 Eel River (California)

The Eel River ( Wiyot : Wiya't ; [5] Cahto : Taanchow ; Northern Pomo : ch'idiyu ) [6] is a major river, about 196 miles (315   km) long, of northwestern California . The river and its tributaries form the third largest watershed entirely in California, draining a rugged area of 3,684 square miles (

#9 Smith River (California)

The Smith River ( Tolowa : xaa-wvn’-taa-ghii~-li~’, nii~-li~’ [4] ) flows from the Klamath Mountains to the Pacific Ocean in Del Norte County in extreme northwestern California , on the West Coast of the United States . [2] The river , about 25.1 miles (40.4   km) long, all within Del Norte County,

#10 Big Black River (Saint John River tributary)

The Big Black River ( French : Grande Rivière Noire ) is a river crossing the administrative region of Chaudière-Appalaches in Quebec and in Maine . From its source ( 46°52′38″N 70°10′6″W ), in L'Islet RCM , Quebec, the river runs northeast and east across the Canada–United States border in Maine To

#11 Plunketts Creek (Loyalsock Creek tributary)

Plunketts Creek is an approximately 6.2-mile-long (10   km) tributary of Loyalsock Creek in Lycoming and Sullivan counties in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania . Two unincorporated villages and a hamlet are on the creek, and its watershed drains 23.6 square miles (61   km 2 ) in parts of five townships

#12 Trinity River (California)

The Trinity River (originally called the Hoopa or Hupa by the Yurok , and hun' by the Natinixwe/ Hupa people ) is a major river in northwestern California in the United States, and is the principal tributary of the Klamath River . The Trinity flows for 165 miles (266   km) through the Klamath Mounta

#13 First Welland Canal

The Welland Canal has gone through many incarnations in its history. Today, five distinct canal-construction efforts are recognized. The retronym First Welland Canal is applied to the original canal, constructed from 1824 to 1829 and 1831 to 1833. First phase of construction of the Welland Canal, Up

#14 Osmore River

Osmore River (also Moquegua , Ilo , or Tumilaca ) system flows northeast to southwest in the Moquegua Region of southern coastal Peru . The river has its origin in the snow peaks of the Chuqi Ananta and Arundane mountains, at an elevation of 5,100 metres (16,700   ft) above sea level. It changes nam

#15 Broadstreet Hollow Creek

Broadstreet Hollow Creek or Broadstreet Hollow Brook is a river in New York. It begins in the town of Lexington in Greene County, and flows south, through the town of Shandaken in Ulster County then converges with the Esopus Creek . [1] [2] River in New York, United States Broadstreet Hollow Creek L

#16 Canaseraga Creek

Canaseraga Creek is a stream that flows through Livingston , Steuben , and Allegany Counties in western and central New York . [1] [4] It is a tributary of the Genesee River , and its 334-square-mile (870   km 2 ) watershed is the largest sub-watershed of that river. [2] River in New York, United St

#17 Grassy Island Creek

Grassy Island Creek is a tributary of the Lackawanna River in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania , in the United States. It is approximately 4.4 miles (7.1   km) long and flows through Jefferson Township and Jessup . [1] The watershed of the creek has an area of 5.42 square miles (14.0   km 2 ) . The l

#18 Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal

The Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal , historically known as the Chicago Drainage Canal , is a 28-mile-long (45   km) canal system that connects the Chicago River to the Des Plaines River . It reverses the direction of the Main Stem and the South Branch of the Chicago River, which now flows out of La

#19 Buck Creek (Cahaba River tributary)

Buck Creek is a 17.3-mile-long (27.8   km) [1] tributary of the Cahaba River that was used to supply water power for manufacturing and industry during the 19th century. Its current use is primarily recreational and as a discharge point for municipal water treatment facilities. River in Alabama, Unit

#20 Lancaster Canal

The Lancaster Canal is a canal in North West England , originally planned to run from Westhoughton in Lancashire to Kendal in south Cumbria ( historically in Westmorland ). The section around the crossing of the River Ribble was never completed, and much of the southern end leased to the Leeds and L

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#1 Days Bay

Days Bay is a residential area in Lower Hutt in the Wellington Region of the North Island of New Zealand . It is walled on three sides by steep bush-clad slopes. Most of its level land is occupied by Williams Park and an independent boys' primary school , originally a part of Williams Park. Wellingt

#2 Labadee

Labadee ( French : Labadie ) is a port located on the northern coast of Haiti within the arrondissement of Cap-Haïtien in the Nord department. It is a private resort leased to Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. , for the exclusive use of passengers of its three cruise lines: Royal Caribbean International

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