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langs: 26 июля [ru] / july 26 [en] / 26. juli [de] / 26 juillet [fr] / 26 luglio [it] / 26 de julio [es]

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Coast / Coast

#1 Will Rogers State Beach

Will Rogers State Beach is a beach park on the Santa Monica Bay , at the Pacific coast of Southern California . Located in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles , the beach is owned by the California Department of Parks and Recreation ; however, it is managed and maintained by the Los An

#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 Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park

Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park is a United States National Historical Park located on the west coast of the island of Hawaiʻi in the U.S. state of Hawaii . The historical park preserves the site where, up until the early 19th century, Hawaiians who broke a kapu (one of the ancient law

#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 Barry Island

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

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Island / Island

#1 Korčula

Korčula ( Croatian:   [kɔ̂ːrtʃula] ( listen ) , Italian : Curzola ) is a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea . It has an area of 279   km 2 (108   sq   mi) , is 46.8   km (29.1   mi) long and on average 7.8   km (4.8   mi) wide, [2] and lies just off the Dalmatian coast. Its 15,522 inhabitants (2011

#2 Dadan Island

Dadan Island [4] [5] ( Tatan , [6] [7] Taitan Island , [8] Tae-tan [9] / Taetan [10] ) ( Chinese : 大膽 島 ; pinyin : Dàdǎn [11] Dǎo ; Pe̍h-ōe-jī : tōa-táⁿ tó ; lit. 'Island of Boldness [6] ' , originally 大擔島 [12] ) is an island in Lieyu Township , Kinmen County , Fujian Province, Republic of China (Ta

#3 Dufferin Islands

Dufferin Islands are a group of scenic man-made islands located in Niagara Falls, Ontario , approximately 1/2 mile south of the Horseshoe Falls . The islands are known for their quiet seclusion and nature trails. [1] Canadian politician Sign for the Dufferin Island Natural Area

#4 Beaubears Island

Beaubears Island ( French : Île Boishébert ) is an island at the confluence of the Northwest Miramichi and Southwest Miramichi Rivers near Miramichi, New Brunswick . The island is most famous for being the site of an Acadian refugee camp during the French and Indian War . The camp was under the comm

#5 Southwest Cay

Southwest Cay , also known as Vietnamese : Đảo Song Tử Tây ; Pugad Island ( Filipino : Pulo ng Pugad ); Mandarin Chinese : 南子島/南子岛 ; pinyin : Nánzi Dǎo , is an islet on the northwestern edge of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea . It is part of the atoll North Danger Reef , and just 1.75 mil

#6 San José Island (Texas)

San Jose Island [1] or San José Island (also known as Saint Joseph Island ) is a barrier island on the Gulf Coast of Texas in the United States . Barrier island in Texas Gulf Coast owned by billionaire Bass family For other uses, see San José Island . San José Island San José Island and Aransas Bay

#7 Kinmen

Kinmen , alternatively known as Quemoy , is a group of islands governed as a county by the Republic of China (Taiwan) , off the southeastern coast of mainland China . It lies roughly 10   km (6.2   mi) east of the city of Xiamen in Fujian , from which it is separated by Xiamen Bay . Kinmen is locate

#8 Perdido Key, Florida

Perdido Key is an unincorporated community in Escambia County , Florida , United States, between Pensacola, Florida and Orange Beach, Alabama . [1] "Perdido" means "lost" in the Spanish and Portuguese languages . The community is located on and named for Perdido Key, a barrier island in northwest Fl

#9 Haida Gwaii

Haida Gwaii ( / ˈ h aɪ d ə ˈ ɡ w aɪ / ; [2] Haida : X̱aaydag̱a Gwaay.yaay / X̱aayda gwaay , literally "Islands of the Haida people ") [3] is an archipelago located between 55–125   km (34–78   mi) off the northern Pacific coast of Canada. The islands are separated from the mainland to the east by th

#10 New South Greenland

New South Greenland , sometimes known as Morrell's Land , was an appearance of land recorded by the American captain Benjamin Morrell of the schooner Wasp in March 1823 , during a sealing and exploration voyage in the Weddell Sea area of Antarctica . Morrell provided precise coordinates and a descri

#11 Nautilus Island, Maine

Nautilus Island is a privately owned island in Penobscot Bay , Maine . It is part of the Town of Brooksville , in Hancock County . Island Farm in Maine, United States Nautilus Island, Maine Island Farm Nautilus Island, Maine Location within the state of Maine Coordinates: 44°22′30″N 68°48′25″W Count

#12 Tinian Naval Base

Tinian Naval Base and Naval Air Facility Tinian ( NAF Tinian ) was a major United States Navy sea and airbase base on Tinian Island, part of the Northern Mariana Islands on the east side of the Philippine Sea in the Pacific Ocean . The Base was built during World War II to support the many bombers a

#13 Northeast Cay

Northeast Cay , also known as Parola Island ( Filipino : Pulo ng Parola , lit.   ' Island of [the] Lighthouse ' ; Mandarin Chinese : 北子島/北子岛 ; pinyin : Běizǐ Dǎo ; Vietnamese : Đảo Song Tử Đông ), with a land area of 12.7 hectares (31 acres) , is the fifth largest of the naturally occurring [1] Spra

#14 Shek Kwu Chau

Shek Kwu Chau is an island of Hong Kong, located south of Lantau Island and between Cheung Chau and the Soko Islands . Administratively, it is part of Islands District . Island of Hong Kong Shek Kwu Chau 石鼓洲 Shek Kwu Chau (left) and Wai Lingding Island (right), part of the Wanshan Archipelago of Gua

#15 Bengtskär

Bengtskär is an island 25 kilometres (16   mi) southwest of Hanko , and part of the municipality of Dragsfjärd . This rocky island can be reached by ferry from the village of Kasnäs . The island has an area of about two hectares, [1] and only a small part of it is covered with vegetation, the rest i

#16 Cayo Coco

Cayo Coco ( Cays ) or ( The Keys) is an island in central Cuba , known for its all-inclusive resorts . It lies within the Ciego de Ávila Province and is part of a chain of islands called Jardines del Rey ( King's Gardens ). The cay is administered by the Morón municipality, has a surface area of 370

#17 Geography of Greenland

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

#18 Hans Island

Hans Island ( Inuktitut and Greenlandic : Tartupaluk , lit.   ' kidney shaped ' ; [2] Inuktitut syllabics : ᑕᕐᑐᐸᓗᒃ ; Danish : Hans Ø ; French : Île Hans ) is a Canadian and Greenlandic ( Denmark ) island in the very centre of the Kennedy Channel of Nares Strait in the high Arctic region. The island

#19 Dominicans Island

The Dominican Island or Constance Island ( German : Dominikanerinsel or Konstanzer Insel ) [1] is an island in Lake Constance immediately east of the city of Constance . With an area of 1.8 hectares , it is one of the smaller islands in the lake. The island is separated from the city center by a six

#20 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

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Santa Ana Mountains

The Santa Ana Mountains are a short peninsular mountain range along the coast of Southern California in the United States. They extend for approximately 61 miles (98   km) southeast of the Los Angeles Basin largely along the border between Orange and Riverside counties. Mountain range in California,

#2 Schreckhorn

The Schreckhorn (4,078 m) is a mountain in the Bernese Alps . It is the highest peak located entirely in the canton of Berne . The Schreckhorn is the northernmost Alpine four-thousander and the northernmost summit rising above 4,000 metres in Europe. Mountain in Switzerland Schreckhorn The Schreckho

#3 Mount Foraker

Mount Foraker is a 17,400-foot (5,304   m) mountain in the central Alaska Range, in Denali National Park , 14   mi (23   km) southwest of Denali . It is the second highest peak in the Alaska Range , and the third highest peak in the United States. It rises almost directly above the standard base cam

#4 Kick 'em Jenny

Kick 'em Jenny (also: Kick-'em-Jenny or Mt. Kick-'Em-Jenny ) is an active submarine volcano or seamount on the Caribbean Sea floor, located 8   km (5   mi) north of the island of Grenada and about 8   km (5   mi) west of Ronde Island in the Grenadines . Kick-'em-Jenny rises 1,300   m (4,265   ft) ab

#5 Montes Secchi

Montes Secchi ( Latin for "Secchi Mountains") is a minor range of lunar mountains located near the northwestern edge of Mare Fecunditatis . This roughly linear formation of low ridges grazes the northwestern outer rim of the crater Secchi , the formation from which this range gained its name. [1] Th

#6 South Guard

South Guard is a remote 13,232-foot-elevation (4,033 meter) mountain summit located near the northern end of the Great Western Divide of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, in Tulare County of northern California . [3] It is situated in Kings Canyon National Park , 1.63 miles (2.62   km) south of Nort

#7 Hozomeen Mountain

Hozomeen Mountain is a double-summited rock peak on the east side of Ross Lake in the North Cascades of Washington state. Despite its modest absolute elevation, it is notable for the large, steep drops from both of its summits to the surrounding terrain. Mountain in Washington (state), United States

#8 Gorbea

Gorbea ( Spanish pronunciation:   [goɾˈβea] ) or Gorbeia ( Basque pronunciation:   [gorβei.a] ) is a mountain and massif in the Basque Country , Spain . It is the highest summit in Biscay and Álava , with a height of 1,482 metres (4,862   ft) above sea level. The massif covers a wide area between th

#9 Ensign Peak

Ensign Peak ( / ˈ ɛ n s aɪ n / EN -syne ) [3] is a peak in the foothills near downtown Salt Lake City , Utah . It is approximately one mile (1.6   km) north of the Utah State Capitol and sits almost directly behind it. On July 26, 1847, Brigham Young and other early members of The Church of Jesus Ch

#10 Wheel Mountain

Wheel Mountain is a 12,774-foot-elevation (3,894 meter) mountain summit located west of the crest of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, in Fresno County of northern California , United States. [3] This mountain is situated on Black Divide in Kings Canyon National Park , one mile northwest of Devils C

#11 Góra Świętej Anny (hill)

Góra Świętej Anny ( Polish pronunciation:   [ˈɡura ˈɕfjɛntɛj ˈannɨ] ) or St. Anne Mountain ( German : St. Annaberg ; Lower Silesian : Anaberg ; Silesian : Świyntŏ Anna ) is an inselberg in Upper Silesia , Poland , next to the community of the same name . It is the location of the Franciscan monaster

#12 Mount Ida (Turkey)

Mount Ida ( Turkish: Kazdağı , pronounced [kazdaɯ] , meaning "Goose Mountain", [1] Kaz Dağları, or Karataş Tepesi ) is a mountain in northwestern Turkey , some 20   mi (32   km) southeast of the ruins of Troy , along the north coast of the Edremit Gulf . The name Mount Ida is the ancient one. It is

#13 Sakurajima

Sakurajima ( Japanese : 桜島 , literally " Cherry Blossom Island") is an active stratovolcano , formerly an island and now a peninsula, in Kagoshima Prefecture in Kyushu , Japan . [2] The lava flows of the 1914 eruption connected it with the Ōsumi Peninsula . [3] It is the most active volcano in Japan

#14 Wilder Pfaff

The Wilder Pfaff is a mountain in the Stubai Alps on the border between Tyrol , Austria , and South Tyrol , Italy . Mountain in Italy Wilder Pfaff A view from the north on the Sulzenauferner with the Wilder Pfaff (left), Zuckerhütl (middle) and Aperer Pfaff. Highest   point Elevation 3,458   m (11,3

#15 Tangkuban Perahu

Tangkuban Parahu is a stratovolcano 30   km north of the city of Bandung , the provincial capital of West Java , Indonesia . It erupted in 1826, 1829, 1842, 1846, 1896, 1910, 1926, 1929, 1952, 1957, 1961, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1983, 2013 and 2019. It is a popular tourist attraction where tourists hike o

#16 Mount Spurr

Mount Spurr ( Dena'ina :  K'idazq'eni ) is a stratovolcano in the Aleutian Arc of Alaska , named after United States Geological Survey geologist and explorer Josiah Edward Spurr , who led an expedition to the area in 1898. The Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) currently rates Mount Spurr as Level of

#17 List of mountains of the Alps over 4000 metres

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

#18 Remmel Mountain

Remmel Mountain , [4] also known as Mount Remmel , [3] is a prominent 8,690-foot (2,650-metre) mountain summit located in Okanogan County in Washington state. It is the highest point in the Cathedral Range, which is a subrange of the Okanogan Range in the North Cascades . [1] The mountain is situate

#19 Tolbachik

Tolbachik ( Russian : Толбачик ) is a volcanic complex on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the far east of Russia . It consists of two volcanoes, Plosky ( flat ) Tolbachik (3,085 m) and Ostry ( sharp ) Tolbachik (3,682 m), which as the names suggest are respectively a flat-topped shield volcano and a peak

#20 La Plata Peak

La Plata Peak is the fifth-highest summit of the Rocky Mountains of North America and the U.S. state of Colorado . The prominent 14,343-foot (4,372   m) fourteener is located in the Collegiate Peaks Wilderness of San Isabel National Forest , 22.7 miles (36.5   km) northwest by west ( bearing 308°) o

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Conowingo Dam

The Conowingo Dam (also Conowingo Hydroelectric Plant , Conowingo Hydroelectric Station ) is a large hydroelectric dam in the lower Susquehanna River near the town of Conowingo , Maryland . The medium-height, masonry gravity dam is one of the largest non-federal hydroelectric dams in the U.S., and t

#2 Srisailam Dam

The Srisailam Dam is constructed across the Krishna River in Nagarkurnool district , Telangana and Nandyal district , Andhra Pradesh near Srisailam temple town and is the 2nd   largest capacity working hydroelectric station in India. [4] Dam in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, India Dam in Telangana ,

#3 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

#4 Aswan Dam

The Aswan Dam , or more specifically since the 1960s, the Aswan High Dam , is the world's largest embankment dam , which was built across the Nile in Aswan , Egypt , between 1960 and 1970. Its significance largely eclipsed the previous Aswan Low Dam initially completed in 1902 downstream. Based on t

#5 Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam ( GERD or TaIHiGe ; Amharic : ታላቁ የኢትዮጵያ ሕዳሴ ግድብ , romanized :   Tālāqu ye-Ītyōppyā Hidāsē Gidib , Oromo : Hidha Haaromsaa Guddicha Itoophiyaa [6] ), formerly known as the Millennium Dam and sometimes referred to as Hidase Dam ( Amharic : ሕዳሴ ግድብ , romanized :   H

#6 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

#7 Yellowstone Lake

Yellowstone Lake is the largest body of water in Yellowstone National Park . The lake is 7,732 feet (2,357   m) above sea level and covers 136 square miles (350   km 2 ) with 110 miles (180   km) of shoreline. While the average depth of the lake is 139   ft (42   m) , its greatest depth is at least

#8 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

#9 Lady Bird Lake

Lady Bird Lake (formerly, and still colloquially referred to as Town Lake ) is a river-like reservoir on the Colorado River in Austin , Texas , United States . The City of Austin created the reservoir in 1960 as a cooling pond for a new city power plant. The lake, which has a surface area of 416 acr

#10 Afghan-India Friendship Dam

Afghan-India Friendship Dam (AIFD), formerly Salma Dam , is a hydroelectric and irrigation dam project located on the Hari River in Chishti Sharif District of Herat Province in western Afghanistan . Since this project is funded and constructed by the Government of India as a part of the Indian aid p

#11 Hoover Dam

Hoover Dam is a concrete arch-gravity dam in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River , on the border between the U.S. states of Nevada and Arizona . It was constructed between 1931 and 1936 during the Great Depression and was dedicated on September 30, 1935, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt . Its c

#12 Joe Pool Lake

Joe Pool Lake is a fresh water impoundment ( reservoir ) located in the southern part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex in North Texas. The lake encompasses parts of Tarrant , Dallas and Ellis counties. The lake measures 7,740 acres (31.3   km 2 ) with a conservation storage capacity of 176,900 acr

#13 Lac Ste. Anne (Alberta)

Lac Ste. Anne is a large lake in central Alberta , Canada. It is located in Lac Ste. Anne County , along Highway 43 , 75   km west of Edmonton . Body of water Lac Ste. Anne Lac Ste. Anne Location Lac Ste. Anne County , Alberta Coordinates 53°42′30″N 114°27′37″W Type eutrophic Native name Wakamne    

#14 2018 Laos dam collapse

The 2018 Laos dam collapse was the collapse of Saddle Dam D, part of a larger hydroelectric dam system under construction in southeast Laos 's Champasak Province , on 23 July 2018. The dam collapse lead to widespread destruction and homelessness among the local population in neighbouring Attapeu Pro

#15 Silver Lake (Kawartha Lakes)

Silver Lake is a small lake in the city of Kawartha Lakes in Central Ontario , Canada . [1] [3] [2] [5] [6] Located near the community of Coboconk , it is the lowest lake on the Gull River , a drainage basin that supplies water at its mouth to Balsam Lake at the top of the Trent-Severn Waterway . Li

#16 Lake Tanganyika

Lake Tanganyika ( / ˌ t æ ŋ ɡ ə n ˈ j iː k ə , - ɡ æ n -/ ) [4] is an African Great Lake . [5] It is the second-oldest freshwater lake in the world, the second-largest by volume , and the second-deepest , in all cases after Lake Baikal in Siberia . [6] [7] It is the world's longest freshwater lake.

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River / River

#1 Talmadge Creek

Talmadge Creek is a tributary of the Kalamazoo River . It is located in Calhoun County, Michigan , near the county seat of Marshall . [2] River in the United States of America Talmadge Creek Physical   characteristics Source     •   location Marshall, Michigan   •   coordinates 42.2317°N 84.94692°W

#2 Deua River

The Deua River , being the main perennial river of the Moruya River catchment, is located in the South Coast region of New South Wales , Australia . River in New South Wales, Australia Deua River Moruya River [1] A large pool on the Deua River, the freshwater reaches of the Moruya River , during a p

#3 Drance

The Drance ( French : La Drance/Dranse ) is a river in Valais , Switzerland with a length of 14.5 kilometers (9.0   mi) to the confluence with the Rhône , a maximum length of 43 kilometers (27   mi) . It has a drainage basin of 676 square kilometers (261   sq   mi) . The river is formed from the con

#4 Mavil Aru

Mavil Aru ( Mother River ) is a waterway that supplies water to some regions of eastern Sri Lanka . The closing of the sluice gates is considered to be the official beginning of the Eelam War IV although violence including skirmishes and bombings happened before. [1] This article needs additional ci

#5 Platte River (Iowa and Missouri)

The Platte River is a tributary of the Missouri River , about 200 miles (320   km) long, [4] in southwestern Iowa and northwestern Missouri in the United States . It is sometimes known as the Little Platte River to distinguish it from the larger Platte River , also a tributary of the Missouri, in ne

#6 Rufiji River

The Rufiji River lies entirely within Tanzania . It is also the largest and longest river in the country. The river is formed by the confluence of the Kilombero and Luwegu rivers. It is approximately 600 kilometres (370   mi) long, with its source in southwestern Tanzania and its mouth on the Indian

#7 Seven Wonders of the Waterways

The Seven Wonders of the Waterways is a list of landmarks on the navigable waterways of the United Kingdom . The list was originally compiled in 1946 [1] by Robert Aickman , co-founder of the Inland Waterways Association (IWA), at a time when the waterways network was largely derelict. [2] Today, th

#8 Dahisar River

Dahisar River is a river on Salsette island that runs through Dahisar , a suburb of Mumbai , India. It originates in the Tulsi Lake in Sanjay Gandhi National Park in the northern reaches of the city. The River flows roughly North-West for a total of 12 kilometres through the localities of the Nation

#9 Kalamazoo River

The Kalamazoo River is a river in the U.S. state of Michigan . The river is 130 miles (210   km) long from the junction of its North and South branches to its mouth at Lake Michigan , with a total length extending to 178 miles (286   km) when one includes the South Branch. [8] The river's watershed

#10 Union Canal (Pennsylvania)

The Union Canal was a towpath canal that existed in southeastern Pennsylvania in the United States during the 19th century. First proposed in 1690 to connect Philadelphia with the Susquehanna River , it ran approximately 82   mi from Middletown on the Susquehanna below Harrisburg to Reading on the S

#11 Ribble Link

The Millennium Ribble Link is a linear water park and new navigation which links the once-isolated Lancaster Canal in Lancashire , England to the River Ribble . The Lancaster Canal was never connected to the rest of the English waterways network, because the planned aqueduct over the River Ribble wa

#12 Aliso Creek (Orange County)

Aliso Creek is a 19.8-mile (31.9   km) -long, [2] mostly urban stream in south Orange County , California . Originating in the Cleveland National Forest in the Santa Ana Mountains , it flows generally southwest and empties into the Pacific Ocean at Laguna Beach . The creek's watershed drains 34.9 sq

#13 Suez Canal

The Suez Canal ( Egyptian Arabic : قَنَاةُ ٱلسُّوَيْسِ , Canāt el Sewes ) is an artificial sea-level waterway in Egypt , connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea through the Isthmus of Suez and dividing Africa and Asia. The canal is a route of trade between Europe and Asia. Artificial waterwa

#14 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

#15 Mill Creek (Lake Erie)

Mill Creek is a 19-mile (31   km) long tributary of Lake Erie in Erie County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania . It flows from Millcreek Township through the city of Erie , into Presque Isle Bay . River in Pennsylvania, United States Mill Creek Mill Creek south of the tube, looking downstream Locati

#16 Trent and Mersey Canal

The Trent and Mersey Canal is a 93 + 1 ⁄ 2 -mile (150   km) canal in Derbyshire , Staffordshire and Cheshire in north-central England. It is a "narrow canal" for the vast majority of its length, but at the extremities to the east of Burton upon Trent and north of Middlewich , it is a wide canal. Can

#17 Mithi River

The Mithi River (Pronunciation: [miʈʰiː] ) is a river on Salsette Island , the island of the city of Mumbai , India. It is a confluence of tail-water discharges of the Powai and Vihar lakes. The river is seasonal and rises during the monsoons . The overflowing lakes also contribute to the river flow

#18 Foss Dyke

The Foss Dyke , or Fossdyke , connects the River Trent at Torksey to Lincoln , the county town of Lincolnshire , and may be the oldest canal in England that is still in use. It is usually thought to have been built around AD   120 by the Romans , but there is no consensus among authors. It was refur

#19 Churchill Falls

Churchill Falls is a 245   ft (74.7   m) high waterfall on the Churchill River in Labrador , Canada. Formerly counted among the most impressive natural features of Canada, the diversion of the river for the Churchill Falls Generating Station has cut off almost all of the falls' former flow, leaving

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Sea / Sea

#1 Grand Harbour

The Grand Harbour ( Maltese : il-Port il-Kbir ; Italian : Porto Grande ), also known as the Port of Valletta , [1] is a natural harbour on the island of Malta . It has been substantially modified over the years with extensive docks ( Malta Dockyard ), wharves , and fortifications . [2] Natural harbo

#2 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

#3 English Channel

The English Channel [lower-alpha 1] ( French : la Manche , Breton : Mor Breizh , Cornish : Mor Bretannek ), also called the British Channel [1] or simply the Channel , is an arm of the Atlantic Ocean that separates Southern England from northern France and links to the southern part of the North Sea

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