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Coast / Coast

#1 Daytona Beach, Florida

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

#2 Varadero

Varadero ( Spanish pronunciation:   [baɾaˈðeɾo] ), also referred to as Playa Azul (Blue Beach), is a resort town in the province of Matanzas , Cuba , and one of the largest resort areas in the Caribbean . Varadero Beach was rated one of the world's best beaches in TripAdvisor 's Traveler's Choice Aw

#3 Pompano Beach, Florida

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

#4 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

#5 Vai (Crete)

Vai or more accurately Vaï ( Greek : Βάι ), [lower-roman 2] Greek for "palm," [2] [lower-roman 3] is a region of east Crete between Cape Sidero and Cape Plaka, just south of the site of ancient Itanus but north of the villages that surround and are part of Palaikastro . Vai does not belong to them n

#6 Son of the Beach

Son of the Beach is an American sitcom that aired from March 14, 2000, to October 1, 2002, on FX . The series is a spoof of Baywatch , with much of the comedy based on sexual double entendres , puns , innuendo and the like. A major running gag portrayed the handsome David Hasselhoff character as a b

#7 List of beaches in Chicago

The beaches in Chicago are an extensive network of waterfront recreational areas operated by the Chicago Park District . The Chicago metropolitan waterfront includes parts of the Lake Michigan shores as well as parts of the banks of the Chicago , Des Plaines , Calumet , Fox , and DuPage Rivers and t

#8 Ballycastle, County Antrim

Ballycastle ( from Irish : Baile an Chaistil , meaning 'town of the castle' ) [4] [5] is a small seaside town in County Antrim , Northern Ireland . It is on the north-easternmost coastal tip of Ireland, in the Antrim Coast and Glens Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty . The harbour hosts the ferry to

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Island / Island

#1 Rikers Island

Rikers Island is a 413.17-acre (167.20-hectare) island in the East River between Queens and the Bronx that contains New York City 's main prison complex. [1] Named after Abraham Rycken, who took possession of the island in 1664, the island was originally under 100 acres (40   ha) in size, but has si

#2 Mullet Key

Mullet Key is a historic island near Crystal River , Florida . It is located 3 miles south of the main mouth of the Crystal River , and was inhabited by Native Americans in pre-Columbian times. The island was occupied from roughly 500 to 1500 and was inhabited by the Deptford and Safety Harbor cultu

#3 Psara

Psara ( Greek : Ψαρά , Psará , [psaˈra] ; known in ancient times as Ψύρα / Ψυρίη , Psyra / Psyriē ) is a Greek island in the Aegean Sea . Together with the small island of Antipsara (Population 4) it forms the municipality of Psara. It is part of the Chios regional unit , which is part of the North

#4 Centrum Island

Centrum Island (in Danish: Centrum Ø) is a small island in North Greenland, south East of the John Murray Island , and West of J.P. Koch Fjord . [1] The island is described as 'inconspicuous and fladt'. [2] Centrum Island Native name : Centrum Ø Map of Centrum Island Centrum Island Location of Centr

#5 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.

#6 Axel Heiberg Island

Axel Heiberg Island ( Inuktitut : ᐅᒥᖕᒪᑦ ᓄᓈᑦ , Umingmat Nunaat ) is an uninhabited island in the Qikiqtaaluk Region , Nunavut , Canada. Located in the Arctic Ocean , it is the 32nd largest island in the world and Canada's seventh largest island . According to Statistics Canada , [3] it has an area of

#7 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

#8 Sentry Island

Sentry Island ( Arvia'juaq ) is one of several Canadian arctic islands in Nunavut , Canada within western Hudson Bay . The closest community is Arviat , 13.7   km (8.5   mi) to the west. [1] Not to be confused with Sentinel Island (disambiguation) . Sentry Island Sentry Island Show map of Nunavut Se

#9 Hainan

Hainan ( UK : / h aɪ ˈ n æ n / , US : /- n ɑː n / ; [5] 海南 ) is the smallest and southernmost province of the People's Republic of China (PRC), consisting of various islands in the South China Sea . Hainan Island , the largest and most populous island in China, [note 1] makes up the vast majority (9

#10 Block Island

Block Island is an island in the U.S. state of Rhode Island located in Block Island Sound approximately 9 miles (14   km) south of the mainland and 14 miles (23   km) east of Montauk Point , Long Island, New York , named after Dutch explorer Adriaen Block . It is part of Washington County and shares

#11 Pitcairn Islands

The Pitcairn Islands ( / ˈ p ɪ t k ɛər n / ; [3] Pitkern : Pitkern Ailen ), officially the Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands , [4] [5] [6] [7] is a group of four volcanic islands in the southern Pacific Ocean that form the sole British Overseas Territory in the Pacific Ocean. The four isla

#12 Tsushima Island

Tsushima Island ( Japanese : 対馬 , Hepburn : Tsushima ) is an island of the Japanese archipelago situated in-between the Tsushima Strait and Korea Strait , approximately halfway between Kyushu and the Korean Peninsula . [3] [4] The main island of Tsushima, once a single island, was divided into two i

#13 Ma Wan

Ma Wan is an island of Hong Kong, located between Lantau Island and Tsing Yi Island , with an area of 0.97 square kilometres (240 acres) . [1] Administratively, it is part of Tsuen Wan District . [2] Island in Hong Kong For the painter, see Ma Wan (painter) . This article needs additional citations

#14 Vangunu

Vangunu is an island, part of the New Georgia Islands in the Solomon Islands . It is located between New Georgia and Nggatokae Island . To the north and east of the island is Marovo Lagoon . The island has an area of 509 square kilometres (197   sq   mi) . Vangunu Vangunu Island seen from space Geog

#15 Crete

Crete ( Greek : Κρήτη , Modern : Kríti [ˈkɾiti] , Ancient : Krḗtē [krɛ̌ːtεː] ) is the largest and most populous of the Greek islands , the 88th largest island in the world and the fifth largest island in the Mediterranean Sea , after Sicily , Sardinia , Cyprus , and Corsica . Crete rests about 160  

#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 Wake Island

Wake Island ( Marshallese : Ānen Kio , lit.   ' island of the kio flower ' ; also known as Wake Atoll ) is a coral atoll in the western Pacific Ocean in the northeastern area of the Micronesia subregion , 1,501 miles (2,416 kilometers) east of Guam , 2,298 miles (3,698 kilometers) west of Honolulu ,

#18 Newfoundland (island)

Newfoundland ( / ˈ nj uː f ən ( d ) l ə n d , - l æ n d , nj uː ˈ f aʊ n d -/ , locally / ˌ nj uː f ən d ˈ l æ n d / ; [5] French: Terre-Neuve , Canadian French:   [taɛ̯ʁ.nœːv] ; Miꞌkmaq : Ktaqmkuk ) [6] is a large island off the east coast of the North American mainland and the most populous part o

#19 St Kilda, Scotland

St Kilda ( Scottish Gaelic : Hiort ) is an isolated archipelago situated 64 kilometres (40   mi) west-northwest of North Uist in the North Atlantic Ocean . It contains the westernmost islands of the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. [note 2] The largest island is Hirta , whose sea cliffs are the highest i

#20 Qeshm Island

Qeshm ( Persian : قشم , Persian pronunciation:   [ɢeʃm] ) is an arrow-shaped Iranian island in the Strait of Hormuz , separated from the mainland by the Clarence Strait/Khuran in the Persian Gulf ( 26°50′N 56°0′E ). It is the largest island in Iran , and the largest in the Persian Gulf. Iranian isla

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Marmolada

Marmolada ( Ladin : Marmolèda ; German : Marmolata , pronounced [maʁmoˈlaːta] ( listen ) ) is a mountain in northeastern Italy and the highest mountain of the Dolomites (a section of the Alps ). It lies between the borders of Trentino and Veneto . The Marmolada is an ultra-prominent peak (Ultra), kn

#2 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

#3 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

#4 Siula Grande

Siula Grande is a mountain in the Huayhuash mountain range in the Peruvian Andes . It is 6,344 metres (20,814   ft) high and has a subpeak, Siula Chico, 6,260   m (20,540   ft) high. [2] Mountain in the Peruvian Andes Siula   Grande The west face of Siula Grande taken from the col with Yerupaja. Hig

#5 Chaitén (volcano)

Chaitén is a volcanic caldera 3 kilometres (2   mi) in diameter, 17 kilometres (11   mi) west of the elongated ice-capped Michinmahuida volcano and 10 kilometres (6   mi) northeast of the town of Chaitén , near the Gulf of Corcovado in southern Chile . The most recent eruptive phase of the volcano e

#6 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

#7 Mount Rosseau

Mount Rosseau is a mountain on Vancouver Island , British Columbia , Canada , located 43   km (27   mi) southwest of Courtenay and 23   km (14   mi) south of Mount Albert Edward . It is the highest summit of the Septimus-Rosseau massif . The most western summit of the massif is Mount Septimus . Moun

#8 Maungakiekie / One Tree Hill

Maungakiekie / One Tree Hill is a 182-metre (597   ft) volcanic peak and Tūpuna Maunga (ancestral mountain) in Auckland , New Zealand. It is an important place culturally and archeologically for both Māori and Pākehā . The suburb around the base of the hill is also called One Tree Hill . It is surro

#9 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

#10 Mount Bongao

Mount Bongao (famously known as Bud Bongao ) is a mountain located on Bongao Island in the province of Tawi-Tawi . It is a mountain formed with six limestone pillars that serves as its six peaks. It is the Philippines' southernmost peak. [2] Mount Bongao Bud Bongao Relief map Highest   point Elevati

#11 Alps

The Alps [lower-alpha 1] are the highest and most extensive mountain range system that lies entirely in Europe , [lower-alpha 2] [2] stretching approximately 1,200   km (750   mi) across seven Alpine countries (from west to east): France , Switzerland , Italy , Liechtenstein , Austria , Germany , an

#12 Kaimai Range

The Kaimai Range (sometimes referred to as the Kaimai Ranges ) is a mountain range in the North Island of New Zealand. It is part of a series of ranges, with the Coromandel Range to the north and the Mamaku Ranges to the south. The Kaimai Range separates the Waikato in the west from the Bay of Plent

#13 List of highest mountains of New Guinea

This list of highest mountains of New Guinea shows all mountains on the island of New Guinea that are at least 3750   m high and have a topographic prominence of 500   m or more. These c. 50 peaks are also the highest mountains of Australasia and the continent of Australia , where, outside New Guine

#14 Red and White Mountain

Red and White Mountain is a remote 12,816-foot-elevation (3,906 meter) mountain summit located on the crest of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in northern California , United States. [3] It is situated in the John Muir Wilderness on the shared boundary of Sierra National Forest with Inyo National F

#15 Little Round Top

Little Round Top is the smaller of two rocky hills south of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania — the companion to the adjacent, taller hill named Big Round Top . It was the site of an unsuccessful assault by Confederate troops against the Union left flank on July 2, 1863, the second day of the Battle of Getty

#16 Bloody Mountain (California)

Bloody Mountain is located in the Sierra Nevada 1 mile South East of Mammoth Lakes ( Mono County ) in eastern California in the southwestern United States . [1] Bloody Mountain Bloody Mountain, Mammoth Lakes, CA, US. Shot from the North (Highway 203) Highest   point Elevation 12,558   ft (3,828   m)

#17 Tiger Hill (Kargil)

Tiger Hill (also called Point 5062 [1] [2] ) is a mountain in the Drass-Kargil area of Ladakh , India . It is one of the highest peaks in the area and was the subject of a battle during the 1999 Kargil War . [4] This article needs additional citations for verification . ( February 2008 ) Tiger Hill

#18 Mount Rausu

Mount Rausu ( 羅臼岳 , Rausu-dake ) is a stratovolcano on the Shiretoko Peninsula in Hokkaidō , Japan . It sits on the border between the towns of Shari and Rausu . Mount Rausu is the northeasternmost Holocene volcano on Hokkaidō. [2] It is one of the 100 famous mountains in Japan . For volcano on Kuna

#19 Mountain ranges of Norway

The geography of Norway is dominated by vast mountain ranges broken up by valleys and fjords. Less than 10% of the country's area is arable , and the rest is mountainous. Glaciers are the major cause for erosion, so the terrain in the Norwegian mountains consists of plateaus and lakes with peaks. Th

#20 Anjouan

Anjouan ( [ɑ̃.ʒu.ɑ̃] ; also known as Ndzuwani or Nzwani , and historically as Johanna [4] or Hinzuan ) is an autonomous high island in the Indian Ocean that forms part of the Union of the Comoros . Its chief town is Mutsamudu and, as of 2006 [update] , its population is around 277,500. The total are

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Grapevine Lake

Grapevine Lake is an American reservoir located in the North Texas region, approximately 20   mi (32   km) northwest of Dallas and northeast of Fort Worth . It was impounded in 1952 by the US Army Corps of Engineers when they dammed Denton Creek , a tributary of Trinity River . Reservoir in Texas, U

#2 Calderwood Dam

Calderwood Dam is a hydroelectric dam located along the Little Tennessee River in Blount and Monroe counties, in the U. S. state of Tennessee . Completed in 1930, the dam is owned and maintained by Tapoco , a subsidiary of the Aluminum Company of America (Alcoa), although the Tennessee Valley Author

#3 Lake Iseo

Lake Iseo or Iseo lake ( US : / iː ˈ z eɪ oʊ / ee- ZAY -oh ; [1] Italian : Lago d'Iseo [ˈlaːɡo diˈzɛːo] ; Eastern Lombard : Lach d'Izé ), also known as Sebino ( Italian:   [seˈbiːno] ; Latin : Sebinus ), is the fourth largest lake in Lombardy , Italy , fed by the Oglio River . This article needs add

#4 Raystown Lake

Raystown Lake is a reservoir in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania . It is the largest lake that is entirely within Pennsylvania . The original lake was built by the Simpson family of Huntingdon as a hydroelectric project. The current 8,300-acre (34   km 2 ) Raystown Lake was completed in 1973 by the A

#5 Crawfish Lake (Grant County, Oregon)

Crawfish Lake is a glacial lake located in the Elkhorn Mountain Range in the Blue Mountains of Northeastern Oregon . It is situated between the cities of North Powder and Granite , about 1.5 aerial miles south west of Hoffer Lakes. It is not accessible by any kind of motor vehicle. However, there is

#6 List of dams and reservoirs in Singapore

The following is a list of reservoirs in Singapore . There are a currently 17 reservoirs which are designated as national water catchment areas and are managed by the Public Utilities Board (PUB) of Singapore . [1] [2]

#7 Dworshak Dam

Dworshak Dam is a concrete gravity dam in the western United States , on the North Fork of the Clearwater River in north central Idaho . In   Clearwater County , the dam is located approximately four miles (6   km) northwest of Orofino and impounds the Dworshak Reservoir for flood control and hydroe

#8 Lake Stamford

Lake Stamford , a reservoir formed by Stamford Dam, is located 10 miles (16   km) northeast of Stamford, Texas , in southeastern Haskell County . The lake had a storage capacity in 1999 of 51,573 acre-feet (63,614,000   m 3 ) and drains an area of 368 square miles (950   km 2 ) . Due to sedimentatio

#9 Carlyle Lake

Carlyle Lake is a 25,000-acre (101.2   km 2 ) reservoir largely located in Clinton County, Illinois , with smaller portions of the lake within Bond and Fayette counties. It is the largest man-made lake in Illinois, and the largest lake wholly contained within the state. Reservoir in Illinois, United

#10 Lake Prespa

The Lake Prespa is located on the tripoint of North Macedonia , Albania , and Greece . It is a system of two lakes separated by an isthmus : the Great Prespa Lake, divided between the three countries, and the Little Prespa Lake, mostly within Greece. They are the highest tectonic lakes in the Balkan

#11 Vajont Dam

The Vajont Dam (or Vaiont Dam ) is a disused dam in northern Italy. It is one of the tallest dams in the world , with a height of 262   m (860 feet) . [5] [6] It is in the valley of the Vajont River under Monte Toc , in the municipality of Erto e Casso , 100 kilometres (62   mi ) north of Venice . D

#12 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

#13 Broken Bow Lake

Broken Bow Lake is a reservoir in southeastern Oklahoma , located on Mountain Fork River and 9 miles (14   km) northeast of the town of Broken Bow in McCurtain County . It is one of the largest fresh water lakes within the state of Oklahoma, and a popular tourist destination for locals and visitors

#14 Wellington Dam Hydro Power Station

Wellington Dam Hydro Power Station is a hydroelectric power station near Collie , Western Australia . It has one water turbine with a generating capacity of 2 megawatts (2,700   hp) of electricity . The Wellington Dam Hydro Power Station was one of three hydro power stations in Western Australia, wi

#15 Eagle Nest Lake State Park

Eagle Nest Lake State Park is a state park in New Mexico , United States. Eagle Nest Lake State Park Location of Eagle Nest Lake State Park in New Mexico Location Colfax , New Mexico, United States Coordinates 36°32′0″N 105°15′0″W Area 3,488 acres (14.12   km 2 ) Elevation 8,300   ft (2,500   m) Est

#16 Dierks Lake

Dierks Lake is a reservoir 56 miles (90   km) down the Saline River , and 5   mi (8   km) from Dierks, Arkansas . Body of water Dierks Lake Dierks Lake Location Howard / Sevier counties, Arkansas , United States Coordinates 34.1652°N 94.0977°W  / 34.1652; -94.0977 Type reservoir Primary inflows Sal

#17 Conesus Lake

Conesus Lake / k ə ˈ n iː ʃ ə s / is a lake located in Livingston County, New York . Conesus Lake is the westernmost of New York's eleven Finger Lakes . It is located off Interstate 390 about 15 miles (24   km) south of Interstate 90 . Body of water Conesus Lake The east shore, seen from Long Point

#18 Lake George (lake), New York

Lake George ( Mohawk : Kaniá:taro’kte ), [2] nicknamed the Queen of American Lakes , [3] is a long, narrow oligotrophic lake located at the southeast base of the Adirondack Mountains , in the northeastern portion of the U.S. state of New York . It lies within the upper region of the Great Appalachia

#19 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

#20 Thomson Dam

The Thomson Dam is a major Clay core and rockfill embankment dam with a Uncontrolled Ogee overflow weir and chute spillway across the Thomson River , located about 130 kilometres (81   mi) east of Melbourne in the West Gippsland region of the Australian state of Victoria . The reservoir created by t

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River / River

#1 Sanpoil River

The Sanpoil River (also spelled San Poil ) is a tributary of the Columbia River , in the U.S. state of Washington . The river is named for the Sanpoil , the Interior Salish people who live along the river course. The name is from the Okanagan term [snpʕʷílx] , meaning "people of the gray country", o

#2 Navesink River

The Navesink River is an estuary , approximately 8   mi (12   km) long in Monmouth County , New Jersey , United States. It is surrounded by the communities of Middletown , Red Bank , Fair Haven and Rumson . River in New Jersey Body of water Navesink River Navesink River during the autumn months. Nav

#3 Coal Creek (Susquehanna River tributary)

Coal Creek is a tributary of the Susquehanna River in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania , in the United States. It is approximately 2.9 miles (4.7   km) long and flows through Plymouth Township and Plymouth . [1] The watershed of the creek has an area of 1.46 square miles (3.8   km 2 ) . A reservoir know

#4 Wabash and Erie Canal

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

#5 Kuma River (Japan)

The Kuma River ( 球磨川 , Kuma-gawa ) is a river in Kumamoto Prefecture , central Western part of Kyūshū , Japan . It is sometimes referred as Kumagawa River. It is the longest river in Kyushu, with the length of 115   km long and has a drainage area of 1,880   km 2 (730   sq   mi) . The tidal flat of

#6 South Chuctanunda Creek

South Chuctanunda Creek is a river in Montgomery and Schenectady counties in the state of New York . It flows into the Mohawk River in Amsterdam . [2] River in New York, United States South Chuctanunda Creek Location of the mouth within New York Show map of New York Adirondack Park South Chuctanunda

#7 Rock Creek (Monocacy River tributary)

Rock Creek is an 18.9-mile-long (30.4   km) [3] tributary of the Monocacy River in south-central Pennsylvania and serves as the border between Cumberland and Mount Joy townships. Rock Creek was used by the Underground Railroad (at McAllister's Mill , "slaves would slosh through the water to throw of

#8 Otsquago Creek

Otsquago Creek is a river that enters the Mohawk River in Fort Plain, New York . Otsquago is a Mohawk Indian word meaning 'under the bridge,' probably referring to an early bridge of felled trees along the creek, a way of making small bridges. [4] It is also referred to as Otsquage on old maps, whic

#9 Caistor Canal

The Caistor Canal was a 4-mile (6.4   km) canal in Lincolnshire , England , constructed between 1793 and 1798. It fell into disuse sometime after 1850 and was legally abandoned in 1936. It ran from the River Ancholme , near South Kelsey toward Caistor through six locks , terminating at Moortown , 3.

#10 Mohawk River

The Mohawk River is a 149-mile-long (240   km) [5] river in the U.S. state of New York . It is the largest tributary of the Hudson River . The Mohawk flows into the Hudson in Cohoes, New York , a few miles north of the city of Albany . [10] The river is named for the Mohawk Nation of the Iroquois Co

#11 Lurgy (river)

The Lurgy is a small river in County Donegal , Ireland. It flows into the River Lennon near Kilmacrennan . River in County Donegal, Ireland This article does not cite any sources . ( April 2021 ) Bridge across the Lurgy River at Kilmacrennan This article related to the geography of County Donegal ,

#12 Big Butte Creek

Big Butte Creek is a 12-mile-long (19   km) tributary of the Rogue River in the U.S. state of Oregon . It drains approximately 245 square miles (635   km 2 ) of Jackson County . Its two forks, the North Fork and the South Fork, both begin high in the Cascade Range near Mount McLoughlin . Flowing pre

#13 Cow Creek (Montana)

Cow Creek is a tributary of the Missouri River , approximately 35 miles (56   km) long, in north central Montana in the United States. Cow Creek rises in the southern foothills of the Bear Paw Mountains in western Blaine County and flows east and then south, joining the Missouri approximately 25 air

#14 Sleaford Navigation

The Sleaford Navigation was a 12.5 mile (20.1   km) canalisation of the River Slea in Lincolnshire , England , which opened in 1794. It ran from a junction with the River Witham , near Chapel Hill to the town of Sleaford through seven locks , most of which were adjacent to mills. Lack of finance mea

#15 Kishwaukee River

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

#16 Pratt's Falls Park

Pratt's Falls Park is a county park in Pompey, New York , United States. This park officially opened to the public on July 3, 1934. [1] It contains Pratt's Falls, a 137   ft (42   m) ribbon or cascade style waterfall , [2] and various facilities and trails. Pratt's Falls park is part of the Onondaga

#17 Tioga River (Chemung River tributary)

The Tioga River ( / ˈ t aɪ oʊ ɡ ə / TY -o-gə ) is a tributary of the Chemung River , approximately 58 miles (93   km) long, [2] in northern Pennsylvania and western New York in the United States . It drains a region of ridges in the northern Allegheny Plateau in the watershed of the Susquehanna Rive

#18 Haddiscoe Cut

The Haddiscoe Cut or New Cut is a canal in the English county of Norfolk and in The Broads National Park. [1] ). The cut was conceived as a way to provide a more direct route from Lowestoft to Norwich, and was built as part of a larger scheme which included the linking of the River Waveney to Oulton

#19 Brazos Santiago Pass (Texas)

Brazos Santiago Pass is a natural coastal landform located in the Lower Laguna Madre and Lower Rio Grande Valley on the furthest southern beach terrain of the Texas Gulf Coast . [2] The seacoast passage is interpolated by barrier islands encompassing the southern Brazos Island and the northern South

#20 Ruby Creek (Lake Surprise)

Ruby Creek is a creek located in the Atlin Country region of British Columbia . This creek flows into the north side of Lake Surprise about 3 miles to the east of Boulder Creek. The creek has been mined and was discovered in 1898. The largest nugget recovered from the creek weighed just over 47 ounc

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#1 Persian Gulf

The Persian Gulf ( Persian : خلیج فارس , romanized :   xalij-e fârs , lit.   ' Gulf of Fars ' , pronounced   [xæliːdʒe fɒːɾs] ) is a mediterranean sea in Western Asia . The body of water is an extension of the Indian Ocean located between Iran and the Arabian Peninsula . [1] It is connected to the G

#2 Tumby Bay, South Australia

Tumby Bay is a coastal town situated on the Spencer Gulf , on the eastern coast of Eyre Peninsula in South Australia , 45 kilometres (28   mi) north of Port Lincoln . The town of Tumby Bay is the major population centre of the District Council of Tumby Bay , and the centre of an agricultural distric

#3 Cloak Bay

Cloak Bay is a bay in Haida Gwaii , British Columbia , Canada . It is located on the west side of Langara Island , between Langara and Graham Island , at the northwestern end of Haida Gwaii. [1] It adjoins Parry Passage , the strait between Langara and Graham Island. There are several islands in Clo

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