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Coast / Coast

#1 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

#2 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

#3 Jacksonville Beach, Florida

Jacksonville Beach is a coastal resort city in Duval County , Florida , United States. It was incorporated on May 22, 1907, as Pablo Beach, and would later change its name to Jacksonville Beach in 1925. [1] The city is part of group of communities collectively referred to as the Jacksonville Beaches

#4 Constable Hook

Constable Hook is a cape located on the north side of the outlet of Kill van Kull into Upper New York Bay in Bayonne, New Jersey . The cape has long been an important site of marine transfer operations in the Port of New York and New Jersey . Just offshore, Robbins Reef Light serves to guide harbor

#5 Mazatlán

Mazatlán ( Spanish pronunciation:   [masaˈtlan] ( listen ) ) is a city in the Mexican state of Sinaloa . The city serves as the municipal seat for the surrounding municipio , known as the Mazatlán Municipality . It is located at 23°13′N 106°25′W on the Pacific coast, across from the southernmost tip

#6 Walton-on-the-Naze

Walton-on-the-Naze is a seaside town on the North Sea coast and (as Walton le Soken ) a former civil parish , now in the parish of Frinton and Walton , in the Tendring district in Essex , England. It is north of Clacton and south of the port of Harwich . Frinton-on-Sea is to the south of the town. T

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Island / Island

#1 North Iwo Jima

North Iwo Jima ( 北硫黄島 , officially Kita-Iōtō , also frequently Kita-Iwō-jima [1] Kita-Iōjima : "North Sulfur Island", formerly known as Santo Alessandro [2] ) is the northernmost island of the Volcano Islands group of the Bonin Islands , 80   km north of Iwo Jima . It is located 1,170 kilometers (73

#2 Penrhyn atoll

Penrhyn (also called Tongareva , Māngarongaro , Hararanga , and Te Pitaka ) is an atoll in the northern group of the Cook Islands in the south Pacific Ocean . The northernmost island in the group, it is located at 1,365   km (848   mi) north-north-east of the capital island of Rarotonga , 9 degrees

#3 Taijima

Taijima ( Japanese : 鯛島 ) is an uninhabited set of rocky islands off the coast of the Shimokita Peninsula in Mutsu Bay . The island is a part of the city of Mutsu in Aomori Prefecture . The island has 0.4 kilometers (0.25   mi) of coastline and an area of 0.016 square kilometers (0.0062   sq   mi) .

#4 Lopud

Lopud ( pronounced   [lɔ̌pud] ) is a small island off the coast of Dalmatia , southern Croatia . Lopud is economically the most developed of the Elaphiti Islands , and can be reached by boat from Dubrovnik , Trsteno , Orašac and Zaton . The island is famous for its sandy beaches, [2] in particular t

#5 Inaccessible Island

Inaccessible Island is an extinct volcano , last active six million years ago, with Cairn Peak reaching 449   m (1,473   ft) . [2] The island is 12.65   km 2 (4.88   sq   mi) in area, rising out of the South Atlantic Ocean 31   km (19   mi) south-west of Tristan da Cunha . Island in Tristan da Cunha

#6 Utøya

Utøya ( [ˈʉ̂ːtˌœʏɑ] ( listen ) ) is an island in the Tyrifjorden lake in Hole municipality, in the county of Viken , Norway . The island is 10.6 hectares (26 acres) , [1] situated 500 metres (1,600   ft) off the shore, by the E16 road, about 20   km (12   mi) driving distance south of Hønefoss , and

#7 La Maddalena

La Maddalena ( Gallurese : Madalena or La Madalena , Sardinian : Sa Madalena ) is a commune located on the islands of the Maddalena archipelago in the province of Sassari , northern Sardinia , Italy. Comune in Sardinia, Italy La Maddalena La Madalena Comune Comune di La Maddalena Coat of arms Locati

#8 Tahuata

Tahuata is the smallest of the inhabited Marquesas Islands , in French Polynesia , an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean . It is located 4   km (2.5   mi.) to the south of the western end of Hiva Oa , across the Canal du Bordelais , called Ha‘ava in Marquesan . Island in French Polyne

#9 Funk Island

Funk Island is a small, barren, isolated, uninhabited island approximately 65 kilometres (40   mi) northeast of Musgrave Harbour , Newfoundland , Canada . Funk Map of Funk Island showing concentration of Great Auk remains, 1887 Funk Funk Island off Newfoundland Geography Location Labrador Sea Coordi

#10 Picton, Lennox and Nueva

Picton, Lennox and Nueva ( Spanish : Islas Picton, Nueva y Lennox ) form a group of three islands (and their islets) at the extreme southern tip of South America , in the Chilean commune of Cabo de Hornos in Antártica Chilena Province , Magallanes and Antártica Chilena Region . Located in the Tierra

#11 Gollapalem Island

Chinna Gollapalem Island is a river delta island formed by the Upputeru Rivulet in Andhra Pradesh , India . The island is located in the Kruthivennu mandal of Krishna District . The island faces constant threats from soil erosion due to flooding from the Upputeru River, which is the only outlet of t

#12 Hispaniola

Hispaniola ( / ˌ h ɪ s p ə n ˈ j oʊ l ə / , [3] [4] [5] also UK : /- p æ n ˈ -/ ; [6] Spanish : La Española ; Latin and French : Hispaniola ; Haitian Creole : Ispayola ; Taino : Ayiti or Quisqueya ) [7] [8] is an island in the Caribbean that is part of the Greater Antilles . Hispaniola is the most p

#13 Fernando de Noronha

Fernando de Noronha ( Portuguese pronunciation:   [feʁˈnɐ̃du d(ʒ)i noˈɾoɲɐ] ) is an archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean , part of the State of Pernambuco , Brazil , and located 354   km (191   nmi; 220   mi) off the Brazilian coast. It consists of 21 islands and islets , extending over an area of 26  

#14 Seavey's Island

Seavey's Island , site of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard , is located in the Piscataqua River in Kittery , Maine , opposite Portsmouth , New Hampshire . It encompasses 278 acres (1.13   km 2 ) . View of Seavey's Island from Prescott Park in Portsmouth, NH . The large building is the former naval pris

#15 Diego Garcia

Diego Garcia is an island of the British Indian Ocean Territory , a disputed overseas territory of the United Kingdom . It is a militarised atoll just south of the equator in the central Indian Ocean , and the largest of the 60 small islands of the Chagos Archipelago . The Portuguese were the first

#16 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

#17 Negros

Negros / ˈ n eɪ ɡ r ɒ s / [5] is the fourth largest and third most populous island in the Philippines , with a total land area of 13,309   km 2 (5,139   sq   mi) . [6] Negros is one of the many islands of the Visayas , in the central part of the country. The predominant inhabitants of the island reg

#18 Sulu Archipelago

The Sulu Archipelago ( Tausug : سُوگْ, Malay : كڤولاوان سولو , Filipino : Kapuluan ng Sulu ) is a chain of islands in the Pacific Ocean , in the southwestern Philippines . The archipelago forms the northern limit of the Celebes Sea and southern limit of the Sulu Sea . [1] The Sulu Archipelago island

#19 North Uist

North Uist ( Scottish Gaelic : Uibhist a Tuath ; Scots : North Uise ) is an island and community in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland . Island and community in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland North Uist Scottish Gaelic name Uibhist a Tuath Pronunciation [ˈɯ.ɪʃtʲ ə ˈt̪ʰuə] ( listen ) Scots name North Uis

#20 Fair Isle

Fair Isle ( / ˈ f ɛər ˌ aɪ l / ; Scots : Fair Isle ; Old Norse : Friðarey ; Scottish Gaelic : Fara ) is an island in Shetland , in northern Scotland . It lies about halfway between mainland Shetland and Orkney . It is known for its bird observatory and a traditional style of knitting . The island ha

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Kunyang Chhish East

Kunyang or Khunyang Chhish East is a 7,400 metres (24,300   ft) mountain in the Khunyang Chhish massif (a subrange of the Karakoram mountains of Pakistan ). It is separated by a 7,160 metres (23,490   ft) pass from the main summit 2 kilometres (1.2   mi) to the West and has a 2,700 metres (8,900   f

#2 Cordillera Vilcanota

The Cordillera Vilcanota ( Spanish cordillera : "mountain range", Aymara Willkan Uta or Willkanuta : "house of the sun") [1] is a mountain range located in Peru southeast of Cusco , on the boundary between the regions of Cusco and Puno . [2] It extends between 13°39' and 14°29'S and 70°31' and 71°20

#3 Urubamba mountain range

The Urubamba [1] [2] [3] [4] mountain range (possibly from Quechua uru spider, pampa a plain) [ citation needed ] lies in the Cusco Region in Peru . [1] It extends in a northwesterly direction between 13°08' and 13°17'S and 71°58' and 72°16'W for about 30   km. [2] Urubamba mountain range Chicón (ce

#4 Pico Blanco

Pico Blanco is a peak on the coast of Big Sur in the Santa Lucia Range of the Los Padres National Forest . The Little Sur River and its tributaries almost surround the mountain. The North Fork wraps around the northern flank and eastern edge of the mountain, and the South Fork crosses the mountain t

#5 Toba catastrophe theory

The Youngest Toba eruption was a supervolcano eruption that occurred around 74,000 years ago [1] at the site of present-day Lake Toba in Sumatra , Indonesia . It is one of the Earth 's largest known explosive eruptions . The Toba catastrophe theory holds that this event caused a global volcanic wint

#6 Mount Elbrus

Mount Elbrus ( Russian : Эльбрус , tr. Elbrus , IPA:   [ɪlʲˈbrus] ; Kabardian : Ӏуащхьэмахуэ , romanized:   'uaşhəmaxuə ; Karachay-Balkar : Минги тау , romanized:   Mingi Taw ) is the highest and most prominent peak in Russia and Europe. It is situated in the western part of the Caucasus and is the

#7 Mount Whitney

Mount Whitney ( Paiute : Tumanguya ; Too-man-i-goo-yah ) is the highest mountain in the contiguous United States and the Sierra Nevada , with an elevation of 14,505 feet (4,421   m) . [1] It is in East – Central California , on the boundary between California's Inyo and Tulare counties, 84.6 miles (

#8 Aramis Range

The Aramis Range is the third range south in the Prince Charles Mountains , situated 11 miles southeast of the Porthos Range and extending for about 30 miles in a southwest–northeast direction. First visited in January 1957 by Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions ( ANARE ) southern par

#9 Mount Demaria

Mount Demaria ( 65°17′S 64°6′W ) is a mountain with precipitous sides, 635 metres (2,080   ft) high, rising immediately southeast of Cape Tuxen on the west coast of Kyiv Peninsula in Graham Land . It was probably first sighted by the Belgian Antarctic Expedition of 1897–99. It was charted by the Fre

#10 Ehrenberg (Ilmenau)

The Ehrenberg is a hill to the east of Ilmenau , rising to a height of 528 metres and standing opposite the Tragberg . The border between Ilmenau and Langewiesen runs over its summit, which is marked by a large wooden cross. It is home to part of the campus of the Technische Universität Ilmenau (Tec

#11 Black Buttes

The Black Buttes , also known historically as the Sawtooth Rocks , make up an extinct stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc in Whatcom County , Washington , United States. Glacially eroded remnants of this volcano rise above the Deming Glacier , part of the glacier system of the nearby volcano,

#12 List of Hewitt mountains in England, Wales and Ireland

This is a list of Hewitt mountains in England, Wales and Ireland by height . Hewitts are defined as "Hills in England, Wales and Ireland over two thousand" feet 2,000 feet (609.6   m) in height, the general requirement to be called a "mountain" in the British Isles, and with a prominence above 30 me

#13 Marion Peak

Marion Peak is a remote 12,719-foot-elevation (3,877 meter) mountain summit located in Kings Canyon National Park , in Fresno County of northern California , United States. [3] It is situated on Cirque Crest which is west of the crest of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, 2.13 miles (3.43   km) north

#14 Laurel Mountain (Oregon)

Laurel Mountain is the fourth highest peak in Oregon 's Central Coast Range with an elevation of 3,592 feet (1,095   m) . The peak is located in Polk County west of the city of Dallas . [3] [4] In 1997 it was labeled the wettest place in Oregon, [5] and in 1996 it set an all-time calendar year rainf

#15 Mount Tabor (Oregon)

Mount Tabor is an extinct [1] [2] volcanic vent [3] with a city park on the volcano, located in Portland, Oregon 's neighborhood of the same name . The name refers to Mount Tabor, Israel . It was named by Plympton Kelly, son of Oregon City pioneer resident Clinton Kelly . [4] Extinct volcano vent, n

#16 Vilcabamba mountain range

The Vilcabamba [1] [2] [3] [4] mountain range is located in the region of Cusco , Peru , in the provinces of Anta , La Convención and Urubamba . It extends between 13°10' and 13°27'S. and 72°30' and 73°15'W for about 85   km. [2] Its highest peak is Salcantay, which is 6,271   m (20,574   ft) above

#17 Mount Steele

Mount Steele is the fifth-highest mountain in Canada and either the tenth- or eleventh-highest peak in North America . Its exact elevation is uncertain. Commonly-quoted figures are 5,073 metres (16,644   ft) and 5,020 metres (16,470   ft) . A lower southeast peak of Mt. Steele stands at 4,300   m (1

#18 Devils Couch

Devils Couch is a 2,749-metre (9,019-foot) mountain summit located in the Valhalla Ranges of the Selkirk Mountains in southeast British Columbia , Canada . It is situated in Valhalla Provincial Park , 5   km (3.1   mi) north of Gladsheim Peak , 12   km (7.5   mi) west of Slocan Lake , and 15   km (9

#19 Mount Arapiles

Mount Arapiles is a rock formation that rises about 140 metres (460   ft) above the Wimmera plains in western Victoria , Australia . It is located in Arapiles approximately 10 kilometres (6.2   mi) west of the town of Natimuk and is part of the Mount Arapiles-Tooan State Park . Arapiles is a very po

#20 Cutthroat Peak

Cutthroat Peak is an 8,050-foot-elevation (2,450-meter) granitic mountain located on the boundary of Chelan County and Skagit County , in Washington state. [4] The mountain is part of the Okanagan Range which is a subset of the Cascade Range , and is situated within the Okanogan - Wenatchee National

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Three Gorges Dam

The Three Gorges Dam is a hydroelectric gravity dam that spans the Yangtze River by the town of Sandouping , in Yiling District , Yichang , Hubei province, central China , downstream of the Three Gorges . The Three Gorges Dam has been the world's largest power station in terms of installed capacity

#2 Blue Mesa Reservoir

Blue Mesa Reservoir is an artificial reservoir located on the upper reaches of the Gunnison River in Gunnison County , Colorado . The largest lake located entirely within the state, Blue Mesa Reservoir was created by the construction of Blue Mesa Dam , a 390-foot tall earthen fill dam constructed on

#3 Itaipu Dam

The Itaipu Dam ( Portuguese : Barragem de Itaipu [itɐjˈpu] , Spanish : Represa de Itaipú [itajˈpu] ) is a hydroelectric dam on the Paraná River located on the border between Brazil and Paraguay . The construction of the dam was first contested by Argentina , but the negotiations and resolution of th

#4 Brule Lake (Minnesota)

Brule Lake is a lake in Cook County , Minnesota . It is situated between two long sills in the Superior Upland , causing the lake to be eight times longer east and west than it is north and south. Out of the opposite ends flow the Temperance River and the South Brule, a tributary of the Brule River

#5 Kraken Mare

Kraken Mare / ˈ k r ɑː k ən ˈ m ɑːr eɪ / is the largest known body of liquid on the surface of Saturn 's moon Titan . It was discovered by the space probe Cassini in 2006, and was named in 2008 after the Kraken , a legendary sea monster . [1] It covers an area slightly bigger than the Caspian Sea on

#6 Lakes of Titan

The lakes of Titan , Saturn 's largest moon, are bodies of liquid ethane and methane that have been detected by the Cassini–Huygens space probe, and had been suspected long before. [2] The large ones are known as maria (seas) and the small ones as lacūs (lakes). [3] Hydrocarbon lakes on Titan, a moo

#7 Shannon hydroelectric scheme

The Shannon hydroelectric Scheme was a major development by the Irish Free State in the 1920s to harness the power of the River Shannon . Its product, the Ardnacrusha power plant , is a hydroelectric power station which is still producing power today and is located near Ardnacrusha within County Cla

#8 Tyrifjorden

Tyrifjorden ( Lake Tyri ) is a lake in Norway . It lies 40 kilometres (25   mi) northwest of Oslo and is the nation's fifth largest lake with an area of 139   km 2 . [3] It has a volume of 13   km 3 , is 295 meters deep at its deepest, and lies 63 meters above sea level. The lake's primary source is

#9 Kasshabog Lake (Ontario)

Kasshabog Lake is a small lake in Havelock-Belmont-Methuen , Peterborough County , in central Ontario , Canada . [1] It is in the Great Lakes Basin , and is home to a cottage community, including game fishing, a marina and lodges. Body of water Kasshabog Lake Kasshabog Lake Location in southern Onta

#10 Lake Buel

Lake Buel is a 196-acre (0.79   km 2 ) great pond in Berkshire County , Massachusetts just south of Route 57 and east of Great Barrington . [1] It is surrounded by over one-hundred summer homes and a few dozen year-round homes in about a dozen separate, tight-knit neighborhoods, each with its own pr

#11 Bloede's Dam

Bloede's Dam was a hydroelectric dam on the Patapsco River in Maryland . [1] It was the first known instance of a submerged hydroelectric plant, where the power plant was actually housed under the spillway . It is also recognized as one of the earliest dams constructed of reinforced concrete . This

#12 Hanna Lake

Hanna Lake ( Urdu : ہنہ جھيل ) is a lake in Urak Valley near Quetta , in Balochistan Province , in southwestern Pakistan . It is surrounded by mountains. [3] This article needs additional citations for verification . ( August 2016 ) Body of water Hanna Lake ہنہ جھيل Hanna Lake ہنہ جھيل Location Zarg

#13 Concordiasee

The Concordiasee (concordia being Latin for "harmony") is an artificial lake in Saxony-Anhalt , Germany . It is located about 8 kilometres (5.0   mi) northwest of Aschersleben . Body of water Concordiasee Concordiasee Location Saxony-Anhalt Coordinates 51°49′16″N 11°21′0″E Type artificial lake Basin

#14 Upper Yarra Reservoir

The Upper Yarra Reservoir is located east of Melbourne , Victoria , Australia, beyond Warburton within the locality of Reefton . Water from Upper Yarra Reservoir supplies towns in the upper Yarra Valley , and Silvan Reservoir , which transfers water to most parts of Melbourne. Body of water Upper Ya

#15 Oroville Dam

Oroville Dam is an earthfill embankment dam on the Feather River east of the city of Oroville, California , in the Sierra Nevada foothills east of the Sacramento Valley . At 770 feet (235   m) high, it is the tallest dam in the U.S. [8] and serves mainly for water supply, hydroelectricity generation

#16 Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe ( / ˈ t ɑː h oʊ / ; Washo : Dáʔaw , meaning "the lake" [4] ) is a large freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada of the United States. Lying at 6,225   ft (1,897   m) , it straddles the state line between California and Nevada , west of Carson City . Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in N

#17 Inga dams

The Inga Dams are two hydroelectric dams connected to one of the largest waterfalls in the world, Inga Falls . They are located in the western Democratic Republic of the Congo and 140   miles southwest of Kinshasa . Two hydroelectric dams on the Congo River in western DR Congo Dam Inga Dams Inga I d

#18 Lonar Lake

Lonar Lake , also known as Lonar crater , is a notified National Geo-heritage Monument , [2] [3] [4] saline , soda lake , located at Lonar in Buldhana district , Maharashtra , India . Lonar Lake is an astrobleme created by a meteorite impact during the Pleistocene Epoch. [5] [6] It is one of only fo

#19 Lake 69

Lake 69 (Spanish: Laguna 69 ) is a small lake near of the city of Huaraz , in the region of Áncash , Peru . It is one of the more than 400 lakes that form part of the Huascarán National Park , a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site . In the thaw season, the lake is nourished by a waterfa

#20 Laguna Seca (Santa Clara County)

Laguna Seca is a seasonal lake located in south Santa Clara Valley in the Coyote Valley , an area critical to wildlife as the narrowest corridor connecting Mt. Hamilton and the Diablo Range on the east to the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains to the west. [1] It is the largest freshwater wetland

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River / River

#1 San Mateo Creek (Southern California)

San Mateo Creek is a stream in Southern California in the United States , whose watershed mostly straddles the border of Orange and San Diego Counties. [1] It is about 22 miles (35   km) long, flowing in a generally southwesterly direction. Draining a broad valley bounded by the Santa Ana Mountains

#2 Owasco River

Owasco River (also known as Owasco Creek, Owasco Lake Outlet, and Owasco Outlet) is a river in Cayuga County in the state of New York . The river drains Owasco Lake at Auburn and flows in a north-northwest direction before converging with the Seneca River north-northwest of Port Byron . The Owasco R

#3 Cuyahoga River

The Cuyahoga River [7] ( / ˌ k aɪ . ə ˈ h ɒ ɡ ə / KY -ə- HOG -ə , or / ˌ k aɪ . ə ˈ h oʊ ɡ ə / KY -ə- HOH -gə [8] [9] ) is a river in the United States , located in Northeast Ohio , that bisects the City of Cleveland and feeds into Lake Erie . River in Ohio, United States Cuyahoga River The Cuyahoga

#4 Narragansett Bay

Narragansett Bay is a bay and estuary on the north side of Rhode Island Sound covering 147 square miles (380   km 2 ) , 120.5 square miles (312   km 2 ) of which is in Rhode Island . [1] The bay forms New England 's largest estuary, which functions as an expansive natural harbor and includes a small

#5 Nottingham Canal

The Nottingham Canal is a canal in the English counties of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire . As built, it comprised a 14.7-mile (23.7   km) long main line between the River Trent just downstream of Trent Bridge in Nottingham and Langley Mill in Derbyshire . At the same time as the main line of the ca

#6 Negro Hollow

Negro Hollow (also known as Negro Hollow Run [1] ) is the only named tributary of Messers Run in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania , in the United States. [2] It is approximately 1.7 miles (2.7   km) long and flows through Delano Township, Kline Township, and East Union Township. [2] The watershed of

#7 Jordan River (Utah)

The Jordan River , in the state of Utah , United States, is a river about 51 miles (82   km) long. Regulated by pumps at its headwaters at Utah Lake , it flows northward through the Salt Lake Valley and empties into the Great Salt Lake . Four of Utah's six largest cities border the river: Salt Lake

#8 City Creek (Salt Lake County, Utah)

City Creek is a small but historically important mountain stream that flows from City Creek Canyon and across part of Salt Lake City , Utah , and into the Jordan River which empties into the Great Salt Lake . City Creek's head is about 8 miles (13   km) up City Creek Canyon northeast of Downtown Sal

#9 Kapisre Creek

Kapisre Creek is the main water stream of Arhavi in the eastern Black Sea Region of Turkey . On July 22, 2021 heavy rain caused the water levels on the creek to rise, causing significant flooding in Arhavi. [1] Water stream in Artvin province

#10 River Tolka

The River Tolka ( / ˈ t ɔː l k ə / ; Irish : An Tulcha , "the flood"), also once spelled Tolga , [1] is one of Dublin's three main rivers , flowing from County Meath to Fingal within the old County Dublin , and through the north of Dublin city, Ireland (the other main rivers are the Liffey and the D

#11 Allegheny River

The Allegheny River ( / ˌ æ l ə ˈ ɡ eɪ n i / AL -ə- GAE -nee ) is a 325-mile (523   km) long headwater stream of the Ohio River in western Pennsylvania and New York . The Allegheny River runs from its headwaters just below the middle of Pennsylvania's northern border northwesterly into New York then

#12 Schoharie Creek

Schoharie Creek is a river in New York that flows north 93 miles (150   km) [2] from the foot of Indian Head Mountain in the Catskills through the Schoharie Valley to the Mohawk River . It is twice impounded north of Prattsville to create New York City's Schoharie Reservoir and the Blenheim-Gilboa P

#13 Narrowboat

A narrowboat is a particular type of canal boat , built to fit the narrow locks of the United Kingdom . The UK's canal system provided a nationwide transport network during the Industrial Revolution , but with the advent of the railways, commercial canal traffic gradually diminished and the last reg

#14 Little Stour

The Little Stour is one of the tributaries of the River Stour in the English county of Kent . The upper reaches of the river is known as the Nailbourne , whilst the lower reaches were once known as the Seaton Navigation . River in Kent, England Little Stour River Stour and Tributaries Physical   cha

#15 Keya Paha River

The Keya Paha River ( / ˈ k ɪ p ə h ɔː / KIP -ə-haw ) [4] is a river flowing 127 miles (204   km) [5] through the U.S. states of South Dakota and Nebraska . River in Nebraska, United States Keya Paha River Keya Paha River near Nebraska-South Dakota border Keya Paha River in light green at right cent

#16 Bazhang River

The Bazhang River , also spelled Pachang River , ( Chinese : 八掌溪 ; pinyin : Bāzhǎng Xī ; Wade–Giles : Pa 1 -chang 3 Hsi 1 ) is a river in Taiwan . It flows through Chiayi City , Chiayi County and Tainan City for 81   km. [1] [2] River in Taiwan Bazhang River Bazhang River near Chukou Location Countr

#17 Wormke

The Wormke is a river of Saxony-Anhalt , Germany , in the Harz Mountains. It is a left tributary of the Kalte Bode , about 6.7 kilometres (4.2   mi) long. River in Germany This article does not cite any sources . ( April 2014 ) Wormke Location Country Germany State Saxony-Anhalt Location Harz Mounta

#18 Swan River (Western Australia)

The Swan River ( Nyungar : Derbarl Yerrigan [2] [3] ) is a river in the south west of Western Australia. The river runs through the metropolitan area of Perth , Western Australia's capital and largest city. This article is about the river in Western Australia. For the British settlement established

#19 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

#20 Long Prairie River

The Long Prairie River is a tributary of the Crow Wing River , 96 miles (154   km) long, [3] in central Minnesota in the United States . Via the Crow Wing River, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River , draining an area of 892 square miles (2,310   km 2 ) in a generally rural region. R

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#1 Venus Bay, South Australia

Venus Bay (formerly Parkin ) is a small tourist and fishing town sited on the bay of the same name, on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia . The town population numbers in the twenties for most of the year, but its numbers greatly increase during the summer holidays . At the 2006 census , Venus Ba

#2 Biscayne Bay

Biscayne Bay ( Spanish : Bahía Vizcaína ) is a lagoon with characteristics of an estuary located on the Atlantic coast of South Florida . The northern end of the lagoon is surrounded by the densely developed heart of the Miami metropolitan area while the southern end is largely undeveloped with a la

#3 Hamelin Bay, Western Australia

Hamelin Bay is a bay and a locality on the southwest coast of Western Australia between Cape Leeuwin and Cape Naturaliste . It is named after French explorer Jacques Félix Emmanuel Hamelin , who sailed through the area in about 1801. It is south of Cape Freycinet . Locality in Western Australia Hame

#4 Orchard Bay

Orchard Bay is a small bay with sand and shingle beach on the south-east coast of the Isle of Wight , England . It lies to the south-west of the Ventnor Botanic Garden and just along the coast west from Steephill Cove. It faces south towards the English Channel , its shoreline is 220 yards (200   m)

#5 Gulf of Mexico

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

#6 South China Sea

The South China Sea is a marginal sea of the Western Pacific Ocean . It is bounded in the north by the shores of South China (hence the name), in the west by the Indochinese Peninsula , in the east by the islands of Taiwan and northwestern Philippines (mainly Luzon , Mindoro and Palawan ), and in th

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