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Coast / Coast

#1 Saint John's Point, County Down

Saint John's Point or St. John's Point ( Irish : Rinn Eoin ) is a cape at the southern tip of the Lecale peninsula of County Down Northern Ireland , separating Dundrum Bay from Killough Harbour , which forms its northern extremity. The cape is mostly surrounded by the Irish Sea and derives its name

#2 Isle of Dogs

The Isle of Dogs is a large peninsula bounded on three sides by a large meander in the River Thames in East London , England, which includes the Cubitt Town , Millwall and Canary Wharf districts. The area was historically part of the Manor, Hamlet, Parish and, for a time, the wider borough of Poplar

#3 Gwadar

Gwadar ( Balochi / Urdu : گوادر ) is a port city with the title capital of South Balochistan , [2] located on the southwestern coast of Balochistan, Pakistan . The city is located on the shores of the Arabian Sea opposite Oman . Gwadar is the 100th largest city of Pakistan , according to a 2017 cens

#4 Ramsgate

Ramsgate is a seaside town in the district of Thanet in east Kent , England. It was one of the great English seaside towns of the 19th century. In 2001 it had a population of about 40,000. In 2011, according to the Census, there was a population of 40,408. Ramsgate's main attraction is its coastline

#5 Pelion

Pelion or Pelium (Modern Greek : Πήλιο , Pílio ; Ancient Greek / Katharevousa : Πήλιον, Pēlion ) is a mountain at the southeastern part of Thessaly in northern Greece , forming a hook-like peninsula between the Pagasetic Gulf and the Aegean Sea . Its highest summit, Pourianos Stavros , is 1,624 metr

#6 Bull Island

Bull Island ( Irish : Oileán an Tairbh ), more properly North Bull Island (Irish: Oileán an Tairbh Thuaidh ), is an island located in Dublin Bay in Ireland, about 5   km long and 800 m wide, lying roughly parallel to the shore off Clontarf (including Dollymount ), Raheny , Kilbarrack , and facing Su

#7 Mainland Southeast Asia

Mainland Southeast Asia , less commonly known as the Indochinese Peninsula or Indochina , is the continental portion of Southeast Asia . It includes the countries of Cambodia , Laos , Malaysia , Myanmar (Burma) , Thailand and Vietnam . The eastern part of Malaysia also belongs to Maritime Southeast

#8 Lyme Regis

Lyme Regis / ˌ l aɪ m ˈ r iː dʒ ɪ s / is a town in west Dorset , England, 25 miles (40   km) west of Dorchester and east of Exeter . Sometimes dubbed the "Pearl of Dorset", [3] it lies by the English Channel at the Dorset– Devon border. It has noted fossils in cliffs and beaches on the Heritage or J

#9 Miami Beach, Florida

Miami Beach is a coastal resort city in Miami-Dade County, Florida . It was incorporated on March 26, 1915. [6] The municipality is located on natural and man-made barrier islands between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay , the latter of which separates the Beach from the mainland city of Miami .

#10 Repulse Bay Beach

Repulse Bay Beach is a gazetted beach located in Repulse Bay , Southern District , Hong Kong. The beach has barbecue pits and is managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Hong Kong Government . [1] Rated Grade 1 by the Environmental Protection Department for its water quality, [

#11 Southend-on-Sea

Southend-on-Sea ( / ˌ s aʊ θ ɛ n d ɒ n ˈ s iː / ( listen ) ), commonly referred to as Southend ( / s aʊ ˈ θ ɛ n d / ), is a coastal city and unitary authority area with borough status in southeastern Essex , England. It lies on the north side of the Thames Estuary , 40 miles (64   km) east of centra

#12 Bridlington

Bridlington is a coastal town and a civil parish on the Holderness Coast of the North Sea in the East Riding of Yorkshire , England. It is about 28 miles (45   km) north of Hull and 34 miles (55   km) east of York . The Gypsey Race enters the North Sea at its harbour. The 2011 Census gave a parish p

#13 Southsea

Southsea is a seaside resort and a geographic area of Portsmouth , Portsea Island in England . Southsea is located 1.8 miles (2.8   km) to the south of Portsmouth's inner city-centre. Southsea is not a separate town as all of Portsea Island's settlements (including Southsea) were incorporated into t

#14 Qatar

Qatar ( / ˈ k æ t ɑːr / , [10] / ˈ k ɑː t ɑːr / ( listen ) , / ˈ k ɑː t ər / or / k ə ˈ t ɑːr / ( listen ) ; [11] Arabic : قطر , romanized :   Qaṭar [ˈqatˤar] ; local vernacular pronunciation: [ˈɡɪtˤɑr] ), [12] [13] officially the State of Qatar , [lower-alpha 1] is a country in Western Asia . It oc

#15 York Beach, Maine

York Beach is a village within the town of York, Maine , United States. The York Beach area consists of Long Sands and Short Sands beaches on the Atlantic Ocean in the Gulf of Maine . The two beaches are separated by Cape Neddick. Cape Neddick and York Beach together comprise the Cape Neddick census

#16 Shippan Point

Shippan Point (or Shippan ) is the southernmost neighborhood in Stamford , Connecticut , United States , located on a peninsula in Long Island Sound . Street names such as Ocean Drive West and Lighthouse Way reflect the neighborhood's shoreline location. It is one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in

#17 Arica

Arica ( / ə ˈ r iː k ə / ə- REE -kə ; Spanish:   [aˈɾika] ) is a commune and a port city with a population of 222,619 in the Arica Province of northern Chile 's Arica y Parinacota Region . It is Chile's northernmost city, being located only 18   km (11   mi) south of the border with Peru . The city

#18 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,

#19 Rías Baixas

The Rías Baixas ( Galician for "Lower Rias ") are a series of four estuarine inlets located on the southwestern coast of Galicia , Spain . They are the Ría de Muros e Noia , the Ría de Arousa , the Ría de Pontevedra , and the Ría de Vigo . [1] The northernmost Rías Baixas begin below Cape Finisterre

#20 Bethany Beach, Delaware

Bethany Beach is an incorporated town in Sussex County , Delaware , United States. According to the 2010 Census Bureau figures, the population of the town is 1,060; [3] however, during the summer months some 15,000 more populate the town as vacationers. [4] It is part of the Salisbury, MD-DE Metropo

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Island / Island

#1 Seymour Island

Seymour Island or Marambio Island , is an island in the chain of 16 major islands around the tip of the Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsula . Graham Land is the closest part of Antarctica to South America. [2] It lies within the section of the island chain that resides off the west side of the pe

#2 Grosser Hafner

Grossner Hafner is one of the 111 serial sites of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Prehistoric pile dwellings around the Alps , of which are 56 located in Switzerland. [1] [2] For the mountain, see Großer Hafner . The site of the prehistoric settlement

#3 Mauritius

Mauritius ( / m ə ˈ r ɪ ʃ ( i ) ə s , m ɔː -/ ( listen ) mər- ISH -(ee-)əs, mor- ; French: Maurice [mɔʁis, moʁis] ( listen ) ; Mauritian Creole : Moris [moʁis] ), officially the Republic of Mauritius , is an island nation in the Indian Ocean about 2,000 kilometres (1,200   mi) off the southeast coas

#4 Dinagat Islands

The Dinagat Islands ( Cebuano : Mga Pulo sa Dinagat ; Surigaonon : Mga Puyo nan Dinagat ; Kabalian : Mga Puyo san Dinagat ; Waray : Mga Purô han Dinagat ; Filipino : Mga Islang Dinagat [4] ) are a group of islands constituting a province in the Caraga region in the Philippines , located on the south

#5 Cocos (Keeling) Islands

The Cocos (Keeling) Islands ( Cocos Islands Malay : Pulu Kokos (Keeling) ), officially the Territory of Cocos (Keeling) Islands ( / ˈ k oʊ k ə s / ; [4] [5] Cocos Islands Malay : Pulu Kokos (Keeling) ), are an Australian external territory in the Indian Ocean , comprising a small archipelago approxi

#6 Sula (island)

Sula ( Urban East Norwegian:   [ˈsʉ̀ːɽɑ] ( listen ) ) is an island in Sula Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway . The island (and municipality) are part of the Ålesund Region surrounding the city of Ålesund . The 59-square-kilometre (23   sq   mi) island lies north of the Storfjorden , nor

#7 Basilan

Basilan , officially the Province of Basilan ( Chavacano : Provincia de Basilan ; Yakan : Wilayah Basilanin ; Tausug : Wilaya' sin Basilan ; Tagalog : Lalawigan ng Basilan ) is an island province of the Philippines located primarily in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region . Basilan Island is the largest

#8 The Wizarding World of Harry Potter (Universal Orlando Resort)

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is a themed area spanning two theme parks — Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios Florida —at the Universal Orlando Resort in Orlando, Florida . The area is themed to the Harry Potter media franchise, adapting elements from the film series and novels by J. K.

#9 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

#10 Darnley Island (Queensland)

Darnley Island or Erub in the native Papuan language , Meriam Mir, is an island formed by volcanic action and situated in the eastern section of the Torres Strait , Queensland , Australia. [2] It is one of the Torres Strait Islands and is located near the Great Barrier Reef and just south of the Bli

#11 Latsch Island

Latsch Island is an island located on the Mississippi river , and is part of the city of Winona, Minnesota . Latsch Island is best known for its off-the-grid counterculture houseboat ("boathouse") community, who occupy the eastern coastline of the island. During periods of flooding or high water lev

#12 Isle of the Dead (Tasmania)

Isle of the Dead is an island, about 1 hectare (2.5 acres) in area, adjacent to Port Arthur, Tasmania , Australia. It is historically significant since it retains an Aboriginal coastal shell midden , one of the first recorded sea-level benchmarks , and one of the few preserved Australian convict -pe

#13 Boullanger Island

Boullanger Island ( 30°18′55″S 115°00′13″E ) lies off the coast of Western Australia and covers an area of about 35 hectares (86 acres) . The nearest settlement is the mainland town of Jurien Bay . Island of Western Australia Boullanger Island Location of Boullanger Island The island is part of the

#14 South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands (SGSSI) is a British Overseas Territory in the southern Atlantic Ocean . It is a remote and inhospitable collection of islands, consisting of South Georgia and a chain of smaller islands known as the South Sandwich Islands. South Georgia is 165 kilometres

#15 Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island ( / ˈ n ɔːr f ə k / , locally / ˈ n ɔːr f oʊ k / ; [8] Norfuk : Norf'k Ailen [9] ) is an external territory of Australia located in the Pacific Ocean between New Zealand and New Caledonia , 1,412 kilometres (877   mi) directly east of Australia's Evans Head and about 900 kilometres (5

#16 Sue Islet (Queensland)

Sue Islet (or Sue Island ), also known as Warraber , is the middle islet of The Three Sisters , Torres Strait , Queensland , Australia. [1] This island is one of the Torres Strait Islands and is within the locality of Warraber Islet in the Torres Strait Island Region . [2] Map all coordinates using:

#17 Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

Hilton Head Island , sometimes referred to as simply Hilton Head , is a Lowcountry resort town and barrier island in Beaufort County, South Carolina , United States. [3] It is 20 miles (32   km) northeast of Savannah, Georgia , and 95 miles (153   km) southwest of Charleston . The island is named af

#18 Îlots des Apôtres

The Îlots des Apôtres or Îles des Apôtres ( English: Apostle Islets or Islands ) are a group of small and uninhabited rocky islands in the north-western part of the Crozet Archipelago in the southern Indian Ocean , 10   km (6.2   mi) north of Île aux Cochons . Their total area is about 2   km 2 (0.7

#19 Île Saint-Paul

Île Saint-Paul ( Saint Paul Island ) is an island forming part of the French Southern and Antarctic Lands ( Terres australes et antarctiques françaises , TAAF) in the Indian Ocean , with an area of 6   km 2 (2.3   sq   mi; 1,500 acres) . The island is located about 90   km (56   mi) south of the lar

#20 Dragon Challenge

Dragon Challenge (known as Dueling Dragons from 1999 to 2010) was a pair of intertwined, inverted roller coasters in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter area of Universal Studios ' Islands of Adventure in Orlando, Florida , United States. The ride was themed to two chasing dragons , one side being a

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Mount Washington

Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeastern United States at 6,288.2   ft (1,916.6   m) and the most topographically prominent mountain east of the Mississippi River . Highest mountain in Northeastern United States For other uses, see Mount Washington (disambiguation) and List of peaks

#2 Sharkfin Tower

Sharkfin Tower is an 8,120+ ft (2,470+ m) summit located in North Cascades National Park , in Skagit County of Washington state. It is set in the scenic North Cascades , which is a sub-range of the Cascade Range . The peak is situated midway on the high ridge which connects Forbidden Peak with Bosto

#3 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

#4 Cemetery Hill

Cemetery Hill is a landform on the Gettysburg Battlefield that was the scene of fighting each day of the Battle of Gettysburg (July 1 – 3, 1863). The northernmost part of the Army of the Potomac defensive " fish-hook " line , the hill is gently sloped and provided a site for American Civil War artil

#5 Mountains of the Moon University

The Mountains of the Moon University ( MMU ), is a public university in Uganda . Founded as a private, non-profit institution, the university became a public institution following an executive directive in January 2018. It is named after the Rwenzori Mountains , also known as the Mountains of the Mo

#6 Parnitha

Mount Parnitha ( Greek : Πάρνηθα , pronounced   [ˈparniθa] , Katharevousa and Ancient Greek : Πάρνης Parnis / Parnes ; sometimes Parnetha ) is a densely forested mountain range north of Athens , the highest on the peninsula of Attica , with an elevation of 1,413 m, and a summit known as Karavola (Κα

#7 Mount Valhalla (Alaska)

Mount Valhalla , elevation (12,135   ft), is a glaciated summit located 34   mi (55   km) northwest of Valdez in the Chugach Mountains of the U.S. state of Alaska . It's set on land managed by Chugach National Forest . This remote mountain, fourth-highest in the Chugach range, is situated 6   mi (10

#8 Parliament Hill

Parliament Hill ( French : Colline du Parlement ) , colloquially known as The Hill , is an area of Crown land on the southern banks of the Ottawa River in downtown Ottawa , Ontario , Canada. Its Gothic revival suite of buildings, and their architectural elements of national symbolic importance, is t

#9 Big Round Top

Big Round Top is a boulder-strewn hill notable as the topographic high point [3] :   3   of the Gettysburg Battlefield and for 1863 American Civil War engagements for which Medals of Honor were awarded. In addition to battle monuments, a historic postbellum structure on the uninhabited hill is the B

#10 Oak Ridge, Adams County, Pennsylvania

Oak Ridge is the landform of the Gettysburg Battlefield where the Eternal Light Peace Memorial was dedicated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt during the 1938 Gettysburg reunion . After the July 1, 1863 Battle of Oak Ridge , Whitworth rifled cannon fired from the Confederate position on Oak Hill on

#11 Mount Ishizuchi

Mount Ishizuchi ( 石鎚山 , Ishizuchi-san ) is a 1,982-metre-high (6,503   ft) mountain on the border of Saijō and Kumakōgen , in Ehime , Japan . This mountain is one of the 100 famous mountains in Japan . It is the highest mountain in Western Japan and the island of Shikoku . Highest mountain in Shikok

#12 Mount Le Conte (Tennessee)

Mount Le Conte (or LeConte ) is a mountain located within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Sevier County, Tennessee . At 6,593   ft (2,010   m) it is the third highest peak in the national park, behind Clingmans Dome ( 6,643 feet (2,025   m) ) and Mount Guyot ( 6,621 feet (2,018   m) ). It

#13 Dix Mountain

Dix Mountain is the sixth highest peak in the High Peaks Region of the Adirondack Park , and is located roughly on the boundary between the towns of North Hudson and Keene in Essex County , New York . The peak was named in 1837 after John Dix (1798–1879), who was the Secretary of State of New York a

#14 Culp's Hill

Culp's Hill , [1] which is about 3 ⁄ 4   mi (1,200   m) south of the center of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania , [2] played a prominent role in the Battle of Gettysburg . It consists of two rounded peaks, separated by a narrow saddle. [3] Its heavily wooded higher peak is 630   ft (190   m) above sea level

#15 Mount Huxley (Tasmania)

Mount Huxley is a mountain located on the West Coast Range in the West Coast region of Tasmania , Australia. With an elevation of 926 metres (3,038   ft) above sea level , the mountain was named by Charles Gould in 1863 in honour of Professor Thomas Henry Huxley . [2] Mountain in Tasmania, Australia

#16 Hoher Ifen

The Hoher Ifen (also Hochifen ) is a 2,230   metre [1] (according to German survey: 2,229   m [2] ) high mountain in the Allgäu Alps , west of the Kleinwalsertal valley. In winter it forms the backdrop for a small ski area. It lies on the border between Germany and Austria. The summit is the highest

#17 Mount Emerson (California)

Mount Emerson is located in the Sierra Nevada in Inyo County in eastern California , United States . [1] Mount Emerson is the 116th highest mountain in California and the 671st highest mountain in the United States. [7] This article is an orphan , as no other articles link to it . Please introduce l

#18 Wunaamin Miliwundi Ranges

The Wunaamin Miliwundi Ranges , [1] formerly known as the King Leopold Ranges between 1879 and 2020, are a range of hills in the western Kimberley region of Western Australia . Mountain range in Western Australia Margaret River where it cuts through the range There are two conservation parks within

#19 Table Rock (Ada County, Idaho)

Table Rock is a mountain pillar [1] in the western United States , located just south-east of downtown Boise, Idaho , in the foothills of the Boise Range of the Rocky Mountains . Its summit elevation of 3,650 feet (1,115   m) above sea level is 900 feet (275   m) above the city center. Boise Locatio

#20 Max Patch

Max Patch is a bald mountain on the North Carolina-Tennessee Border in Madison County, North Carolina , and Cocke County, Tennessee . It is a major landmark along the Tennessee/North Carolina section of the Appalachian Trail , although its summit is located in North Carolina. It is known for its 360

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Lake Mead

Lake Mead is a reservoir formed by the Hoover Dam on the Colorado River in the Southwestern United States . It is located in the states of Nevada and Arizona , 24   mi (39   km) east of Las Vegas . It is the largest reservoir in the US in terms of water capacity. Lake Mead provides water to the stat

#2 Meander Creek Reservoir

Meander Creek Reservoir is a lake located along Meander Creek in Mahoning County and Trumbull County near Austintown, Ohio . The Meander Creek Reservoir is owned by the Mahoning Valley Sanitary District MVSD and is the largest provider of clean and safe drinking water of Mahoning and Trumbull County

#3 Lake Okeechobee

Lake Okeechobee ( US : / oʊ k i ˈ tʃ oʊ b i / ), [1] also known as Florida's Inland Sea , [2] is the largest freshwater lake in the U.S. state of Florida . [3] It is the tenth largest natural freshwater lake among the 50 states of the United States and the second-largest natural freshwater lake cont

#4 St. Francis Dam

The St. Francis Dam was a concrete gravity dam located in San Francisquito Canyon in Los Angeles County , California , United States, built from 1924 to 1926 to serve Los Angeles 's growing water needs. It catastrophically failed in 1928 due to a defective soil foundation and design flaws, triggerin

#5 John D. Long Lake

John D. Long Lake is an 80-acre (32   ha) manmade lake in Union County, South Carolina . It is used for fishing, with largemouth bass , bluegill , shellcracker (redear sunfish) , and catfish in the lake. There is a boat ramp and a fishing pier. [1] Body of water John D. Long Lake John D. Long Lake L

#6 Wairere Power Station

The Wairere Power Station is a hydroelectric power facility in the Waikato region in New Zealand which makes use of water from the Mokau River . Water is drawn from behind a dam above the Wairere Falls, which diverts the water through two penstocks to the Wairere Power Station, before being discharg

#7 South Holston Dam

South Holston Dam is a hydroelectric and flood control dam on the South Fork Holston River in Sullivan County , in the U.S. state of Tennessee . It is the uppermost of three dams on the South Fork Holston owned and operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority , which built the dam in the 1940s as part

#8 Herb Parsons Lake

Herb Parsons Lake is a reservoir [1] [2] lake located in Fayette County, Tennessee [3] near the town of Collierville [4] in neighboring Shelby County . It is owned and operated by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency , [5] and is named after Herb Parsons , a famed exhibition shooter from the coun

#9 Indian Lake (Massachusetts)

Indian Lake , also known as North Pond , is a lake located in northern Worcester , Massachusetts . The water is brownish in color with a transparency of only five feet. The mean and maximum depths are 8 and 15 feet (2.4 and 4.6   m) respectively. The bottom is muck and rock . The shoreline is heavil

#10 Wes Watkins Reservoir

Wes Watkins Reservoir is a reservoir located in Pottawatomie County in central Oklahoma , United States , between Oklahoma City and Shawnee (in the center of McLoud ). Its primary use is recreation , especially camping and fishing . Reservoir in Oklahoma Body of water Wes Watkins Reservoir Wes Watki

#11 Sriram Sagar Project

The Sriram Sagar Project is also known as the Pochampadu Project is an Indian flood-flow project on the Godavari . The Project is located in Nizamabad district , 3   km away from National Highway 44 . It has been described by The Hindu as a "lifeline for a large part of Telangana ". [2] Dam in Telan

#12 Lake Piru

Lake Piru ( / ˈ p aɪ r uː / ( listen ) ) is a reservoir located in Los Padres National Forest and Topatopa Mountains of Ventura County, California , created by the construction in 1955 of the Santa Felicia Dam on Piru Creek , which is a tributary of the Santa Clara River . Reservoir in Ventura Count

#13 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

#14 Tungabhadra Dam

The Tungabhadra Dam , also known as Pampa Sagar , is a water reservoir constructed across the Tungabhadra River in the city of Hosapete , Karnataka , India . It is a multipurpose dam serving irrigation, electricity generation, flood control, etc . for the state. It is one of the only two non-cement

#15 Lake San Antonio

Lake San Antonio is a lake located primarily in southern Monterey County, California , and partially in northern San Luis Obispo County, California . The lake is formed by San Antonio Dam on the San Antonio River . The dam is 202 feet (62 m) tall and was completed in 1965 [1] under Monterey County D

#16 Lake Cypress Springs

Lake Cypress Springs is a 3,461-acre (1,401   ha) reservoir in northeast Texas , approximately 90 miles (140   km) east of Dallas, Texas . The lake is used for recreational , municipal, and industrial purposes. The lake is regularly monitored by a lake patrol , which enforces wake zones , fishing li

#17 Tianjin Water Park

The Tianjin Water Park ( simplified Chinese : 天津水上公园 ; traditional Chinese : 天津水上公園 ; pinyin : Tiānjīn Shuǐshàng Gōngyuán ) is the largest urban park and recreation area in Tianjin , China. The park was formally established in 1951, covering an area of 126.71 hectares. The park is one of Tianjin's l

#18 Siljan (lake)

Siljan , in Dalarna in central Sweden , is Sweden's seventh largest lake . The cumulative area of Siljan and the adjacent, smaller lakes Orsasjön and Insjön is 354   km 2 (137   sq   mi) . Siljan reaches a maximum depth of 134   m (440   ft) , and its surface is situated 161   m (528   ft) above sea

#19 Zuiderzee Works

The Zuiderzee Works ( Dutch : Zuiderzeewerken ) is a man-made system of dams and dikes , land reclamation and water drainage work, in total the largest hydraulic engineering project undertaken by the Netherlands during the twentieth century. The project involved the damming of the Zuiderzee , a larg

#20 McDonald Lake (Saskatchewan)

McDonald Lake , also known as Rafferty Reservoir , is a reservoir in south-east Saskatchewan , Canada . [2] It was created when the Rafferty Dam was built on the Souris River in 1994. Before the dam was built that flooded the Souris Valley, McDonald Lake was a small lake and marsh on the valley floo

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River / River

#1 Westport Canal

The Westport Canal was built in the late 1830s to link Westport and Langport in Somerset , England. It was part of a larger scheme involving improvements to the River Parrett above Burrow Bridge . Langport is the point at which the River Yeo joins the River Parrett and the intention was to enable tr

#2 Tryon Creek

Tryon Creek is a 4.85-mile (7.81   km) tributary of the Willamette River in the U.S. state of Oregon . Part of the drainage basin of the Columbia River , its watershed covers about 6.5 square miles (16.8   km 2 ) in Multnomah and Clackamas counties. The stream flows southeast from the Tualatin Mount

#3 Stony Run (Little Catawissa Creek tributary)

Stony Run is a tributary of Little Catawissa Creek in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania , in the United States. It is approximately 2.2 miles (3.5   km) long and flows through Union Township. [1] The watershed of the stream has an area of 2.24 square miles (5.8   km 2 ) . The stream is polluted and ac

#4 Kings River (Arkansas)

The Kings River is a tributary of the White River . It rises in the Boston Mountains of Arkansas and flows northward for more than 90 miles into Table Rock Lake in Missouri . The Arkansas portion of the river is undammed and bordered by rural and forested land, the river is popular for paddling and

#5 Columbia River

The Columbia River ( Upper Chinook : Wimahl or Wimal ; Sahaptin : Nch’i-Wàna or Nchi wana ; Sinixt dialect swah'netk'qhu ) is the largest river in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. [11] The river rises in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia , Canada. It flows northwest and then sout

#6 Lagan Canal

The Lagan Canal was a 44-kilometre (27   mi) canal built to connect Belfast to Lough Neagh . The first section, which is a river navigation, was opened in 1763, and linked Belfast to Lisburn . The second section from Lisburn to Lough Neagh includes a small amount of river navigation, but was largely

#7 Tallapoosa River

The Tallapoosa River runs 265 miles (426   km) [1] from the southern end of the Appalachian Mountains in Georgia , United States, southward and westward into the Appalachian foothills in Alabama . It is formed by the confluence of McClendon Creek and Mud Creek in Paulding County, Georgia . Lake Mart

#8 Little Popo Agie River

The Little Popo Agie River runs through unincorporated portions of Fremont County Wyoming . The river's headwaters are at Christina Lake in the Wind River Range , and it flows a total of 58 miles (93   km) [3] until its end near Hudson, Wyoming . The river is one of three sharing the name "Popo Agie

#9 Potomac River

The Potomac River ( / p ə ˈ t oʊ m ə k / ( listen ) ) drains the Mid-Atlantic United States , flowing from the Potomac Highlands into Chesapeake Bay . It is 405 miles (652   km) long, [4] with a drainage area of 14,700 square miles (38,000   km 2 ), [5] and is the fourth-largest river along the East

#10 Yangtze

The Yangtze or Yangzi ( English: / ˈ j æ ŋ t s i / or / ˈ j ɑː ŋ t s i / ; simplified Chinese : 长江 ; traditional Chinese : 長江 ; pinyin : Cháng Jiāng ; lit. 'long river' ), is the longest river in Asia , the third-longest in the world, and the longest in the world to flow entirely within one country.

#11 Glastonbury Canal

The Glastonbury Canal ran for approximately 14 miles (23   km) through two locks from Glastonbury to Highbridge in Somerset , England , where it entered the River Parrett and from there the Bristol Channel . The canal was authorised by Parliament in 1827 and opened in 1834. [1] It was operated by Th

#12 Coalisland Canal

Coalisland Canal (sometimes known as The Tyrone Navigation) is a canal in County Tyrone in Ulster and is about 7.2 kilometres (4.5   mi) long. Construction of the canal began in 1733, but progress was slow and it was not officially opened until 1787. The canal was built to reduce the cost of transpo

#13 Lough Foyle

Lough Foyle , sometimes Loch Foyle [2] [ full citation needed ] ( Irish : Loch Feabhail , meaning ' Feabhal's loch ' [3] or "loch of the lip" [4] ), is the estuary of the River Foyle , on the north coast of Ireland. It lies between County Londonderry in Northern Ireland and County Donegal in the Rep

#14 Eisbach (Rhine)

The Eisbach , locally known as die Eis , is a 38-kilometre (24   mi) long river and left or western tributary of the Rhine in the northeastern Palatinate and southeastern Rhenish Hesse , in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate . River in Germany Eisbach Eiswoog reservoir; at the far end the hote

#15 Little Saskatchewan River

The Little Saskatchewan River is a river in western Manitoba . It originates in Riding Mountain National Park at Lake Audy and flows about 65 miles (105   km) south through the communities of Minnedosa and Rapid City . Its approximate length is 185   km. It joins the Assiniboine River about 6 miles

#16 Rochdale Canal

The Rochdale Canal is in Northern England , between Manchester and Sowerby Bridge , part of the connected system of the canals of Great Britain . Its name refers to the town of Rochdale through which it passes. Trans-Pennine navigable channel in northern England Rochdale Canal The castellated railwa

#17 Nagold (river)

The Nagold is a river, 91 kilometres long, in Baden-Württemberg , southwestern Germany . A tributary of the Enz , [4] it gave its name to the town of Nagold . It merges with the smaller Enz in the town centre of Pforzheim . River in Germany Nagold The Nagold in its middle reaches between Nagold and

#18 Shropshire Union Railways and Canal Company

The Shropshire Union Railways and Canal Company was a Company in England , formed in 1846, which managed several canals and railways. It intended to convert a number of canals to railways, but was leased by the London and North Western Railway (LNWR) from 1847, and although they built one railway in

#19 Droitwich Canal

The Droitwich Canal is a synthesis of two canals in Worcestershire , England ; the Droitwich Barge Canal and the Droitwich Junction Canal . The Barge Canal is a broad canal which opened in 1771 linking Droitwich Spa to the River Severn at Hawford Bottom Lock , Claines . The Droitwich Junction Canal

#20 River Torrens

The River Torrens / ˈ t ɒr ən z / , ( Karrawirra Parri / Karrawirraparri ) is the most significant river of the Adelaide Plains . It was one of the main reasons for the siting of the city of Adelaide , capital of South Australia . It flows 85 kilometres (53   mi) from its source in the Adelaide Hill

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#1 Horseshoe Bay, Queensland

Horseshoe Bay is a bay, town and suburb on Magnetic Island in the City of Townsville , Queensland , Australia. It is a major tourist accommodation and recreation centre on the island. [2] [3] In the 2016 census the suburb of Horseshoe Bay had a population of 578 people. [1] Map all coordinates using

#2 Wan Chai

Wan Chai is a metropolitan area situated at the western part of the Wan Chai District on the northern shore of Hong Kong Island , in Hong Kong. Its other boundaries are Canal Road to the east, Arsenal Street to the west and Bowen Road to the south. The area north of Gloucester Road is often referred

#3 Double Bay, New South Wales

Double Bay is a harbourside eastern suburb of Sydney , in the state of New South Wales , Australia 4   kilometres east of the Sydney central business district . It is the administrative centre of the local government area of the Municipality of Woollahra . Suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australi

#4 Shoalwater Bay

Shoalwater Bay is a large bay on the Capricorn Coast of Central Queensland , Australia 100   km north of the coastal town of Yeppoon and 628   km north-north-west of the state capital, Brisbane . Since 1966, the land surrounding Shoalwater Bay has been under the ownership of the Australian Defence F

#5 Sargasso Sea

The Sargasso Sea ( / s ɑːr ˈ ɡ æ s oʊ / ) is a region of the Atlantic Ocean bounded by four currents forming an ocean gyre . [1] Unlike all other regions called seas , it has no land boundaries. [2] [3] [4] It is distinguished from other parts of the Atlantic Ocean by its characteristic brown Sargas

#6 Bay of Islands, Newfoundland and Labrador

The Bay of Islands is an extensive inlet located on the west coast of the island of Newfoundland , in Canada . [1] The Way Office was established on July 1, 1883. The first Waymaster was Thomas Carter. The largest island in the bay is Woods Island (which was formerly inhabited). It is surrounded in

#7 Øresund

Øresund or Öresund ( UK : / ˌ ɜːr ə ˈ s ʊ n d / , US : / ˈ ɜːr ə s ʌ n , - s ʊ n d , ˈ ɔːr ə s ʊ n d / ; [1] [2] [3] Danish : Øresund [ˈøːɐˌsɔnˀ] ; Swedish : Öresund [œːrɛˈsɵnːd] ), [4] commonly known in English as the Sound , [5] is a strait which forms the Danish–Swedish border , separating Zealan

#8 Raby Bay

Raby Bay is a bay within Moreton Bay , Queensland , Australia, created by the Cleveland Point headland. It forms the coastline of the suburbs of Cleveland and Ormiston in the City of Redland . [1] This article's lead section may be too short to adequately summarize the key points . ( January 2021 )

#9 Picnic Bay, Queensland

Picnic Bay (formerly Camoomilli ) is a town and suburb of Magnetic Island in the City of Townsville , Queensland , Australia. [2] [3] In the 2016 census , Picnic Bay had a population of 291 people. [1] Picnic Bay is also an alternative name of Sok Kwu Wan , Hong Kong Map all coordinates using: OpenS

#10 St. Joseph Bay

St. Joseph Bay is a bay on the Gulf Coast of the U.S. state of Florida . The bay is located in Gulf County between Apalachicola and Panama City . Port St. Joe is located on St. Joseph Bay. St. Joseph Bay, Florida Map of Florida, highlighting Gulf County St. Joseph Bay is bounded on the east by the m

#11 Fortescue Bay

Fortescue Bay or Baje Dolomien is a bay in southeast Tasmania , Australia. It is located 10   km (6.2   mi) east of Port Arthur, Tasmania , and makes up part of Tasman National Park . Within the bay are two smaller nested bays, Canoe Bay and Bivouac Bay. Bay in southeast Tasmania, Australia Body of

#12 Køge Bay

Køge Bay ( Danish : Køge Bugt ) is an approximately 500 square kilometres (190   sq   mi) shallow Danish bay in the southern part of Øresund , between Greater Copenhagen area in the North (or more precisely the southernmost peak of Amager ) and Stevns Klint in the South, and as a part of Zealand . [

#13 Nelly Bay, Queensland

Nelly Bay is a town on Magnetic Island and a suburb of the City of Townsville , Queensland , Australia. [2] [3] In the 2016 census , Nelly Bay had a population of 1,196 people. [1] A tourism hub on the island, it is especially significant as the site of the ferry terminal , which links it to Townsvi

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