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langs: 6 июля [ru] / july 6 [en] / 6. juli [de] / 6 juillet [fr] / 6 luglio [it] / 6 de julio [es]

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Coast / Coast

#1 Bexhill-on-Sea

Bexhill-on-Sea (often shortened to Bexhill [4] ) is a seaside town and civil parish situated in the county of East Sussex in South East England . An ancient town and part of the local government district of Rother , Bexhill is home to a number of archaeological sites, a Manor House in the Old Town,

#2 Oregon Beach Bill

The Oregon Beach Bill (House Bill 1601, 1967) was a piece of landmark legislation in the U.S. state of Oregon , passed by the 1967 session of the Oregon Legislature. It established public ownership of land along the Oregon Coast from the water up to sixteen vertical feet above the low tide mark. Law

#3 Dunster

Dunster is a village, civil parish and former manor within the English county of Somerset , today just within the north-eastern boundary of the Exmoor National Park. It lies on the Bristol Channel coast 2.5 miles (4   km) south-southeast of Minehead and 20 miles (32   km) northwest of Taunton . The

#4 Gbalefa Peninsula

Gbalefa Peninsula is an area of land located south of Abeokuta and north of Lagos city . Gbalefa Peninsula was named after Akindele Gbalefa, the outstanding Owu warrior who led the Owu / Egba war against Ilobi   [ sv ] , Ado-Odo and Dahomey . This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it

#5 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,

#6 Tintagel

Tintagel ( / t ɪ n ˈ t æ dʒ əl / ) or Trevena ( Cornish : Tre war Venydh [1] meaning village on a mountain ) is a civil parish and village situated on the Atlantic coast of Cornwall , England. The village and nearby Tintagel Castle are associated with the legends surrounding King Arthur and in recen

#7 Island Beach (barrier island)

Island Beach is a barrier spit located on the Jersey Shore of the Atlantic Ocean in Ocean County, New Jersey . Since the closing of Cranberry Inlet about 1812 [1] (approximately at the boundary between Ortley Beach and Seaside Heights ), it has been joined physically to Squan Beach , and is a major

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Island / Island

#1 Hong Kong International Airport

Hong Kong International Airport ( IATA : HKG , ICAO : VHHH ) is Hong Kong's main airport , built on reclaimed land on the island of Chek Lap Kok , Hong Kong . The airport is also referred to as Chek Lap Kok International Airport or Chek Lap Kok Airport , to distinguish it from its predecessor, the f

#2 Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia ( UK : / s ən t l uː ˈ s iː ə , - ˈ l uː ʃ ə / ( listen ) , US : / s eɪ n t ˈ l uː ʃ ə / ( listen ) ; French : Sainte-Lucie ) is an island country in the West Indies in the eastern Caribbean Sea on the boundary with the Atlantic Ocean. [8] The island was previously called Iyonola , the n

#3 Christian Island

Christian Island is a large island in Georgian Bay close to the communities of Penetanguishene and Midland , Ontario . The island, with its neighbours Hope Island and Beckwith Island , is a 5,428.1 hectares (13,413.1 acres) Ojibwa reserve, known as Christian Island Indian Reserve No. 30 . Together w

#4 Wiay, Inner Hebrides

Wiay , pronounced "waya" ( Gaelic : Fuidheigh ) is an uninhabited island in Loch Bracadale , off the coast of the Isle of Skye Uninhabited island off the Isle of Skye For other places with the same name, see Wiay (disambiguation) . Wiay Scottish Gaelic name Fuidheigh Meaning of name Settlement Locat

#5 Great Palm Island

Great Palm Island , usually known as Palm Island , is the largest island in the Palm Islands group off Northern Queensland , Australia. It is known for its Aboriginal community, the legacy of an Aboriginal reserve , the Palm Island Aboriginal Settlement (also known as "the Mission"). The original in

#6 Numfor

Numfor (also Numfoor , Noemfoor , Noemfoer ) is one of the Schouten Islands (also known as the Biak Islands) in Papua province , northeastern Indonesia . Indonesian island off the northern coast of Papua New Guinea Numfor Numfor Geography Location Melanesia ; Maritime South East Asia Coordinates 1.0

#7 Rathlin Island

Rathlin Island ( Irish : Reachlainn , pronounced   [ˈɾˠaxlən̠ʲ] ; Local Irish dialect: Reachraidh , Irish pronunciation:   [ˈɾˠaxɾˠi] ; Scots: Racherie ) [2] is an island and civil parish off the coast of County Antrim (of which it is part) in Northern Ireland . It is Northern Ireland's northernmost

#8 Barbados

Barbados is an island country in the Lesser Antilles of the West Indies , in the Caribbean region of the Americas , and the most easterly of the Caribbean Islands. It occupies an area of 432   km 2 (167   sq   mi) and has a population of about 287,000 (2019 estimate). [3] Its capital and largest cit

#9 Oak Island

Oak Island is a 57-hectare (140-acre) privately owned island in Lunenburg County on the south shore of Nova Scotia , Canada . The tree-covered island is one of about 360 small islands in Mahone Bay and rises to a maximum of 11 metres (36 feet) above sea level. The island is located 200 metres (660 f

#10 Biak

Biak is an island located in Cenderawasih Bay near the northern coast of Papua , an Indonesian province, and is just northwest of New Guinea . Biak is the largest island in its small archipelago , and has many atolls , reefs , and corals . Indonesian island off the northern coast of Papua New Guinea

#11 Mosqueiro

Mosqueiro is an island near the south bank of the Pará River in the Brazilian state of Pará . Since July 6, 1989, the northwest coast of the island has comprised an administrative district of the city of Belém , roughly 67   km (42   mi) north of the downtown area of the city. [2] [3] The island has

#12 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

#13 Eilean Munde

Eilean Munde is a small uninhabited [1] island in Loch Leven , close to Ballachulish . Eilean Munde Eilean Munde in Loch Leven Location Eilean Munde Eilean Munde shown within Highland Coordinates 56°41′05″N 5°07′46″W Administration Sovereign state United Kingdom Country Scotland Council area Highlan

#14 Powder House Island

Powder House Island (also known as Dynamite Island ) is an artificial island on the lower Detroit River in southeast Michigan , directly adjacent to the Canada–United States border . It was constructed in the late 1880s by the Dunbar & Sullivan Company to store explosives during their dredging of th

#15 Îles de Los

Îles de Los [il də lo] are an island group lying off Conakry in Guinea , on the west coast of Africa. Their name is derived from the Portuguese: Ilhas dos Ídolos , "Islands of the Idols". [1] They are located about two kilometres (one nautical mile) off the headland limiting the southern side of San

#16 Hawaii

Hawaii ( / h ə ˈ w aɪ i / ( listen ) hə- WY -ee ; Hawaiian : Hawai ʻ i [həˈvɐjʔi] or [həˈwɐjʔi] ) is a state in the Western United States , located in the Pacific Ocean about 2,000 miles (3,200   km) from the U.S. mainland. It is the only U.S. state outside North America , the only state that is an

#17 Corsica

Corsica ( / ˈ k ɔːr s ɪ k ə / , Upper Corsican:   [ˈkorsiɡa] , Southern Corsican:   [ˈkɔrsika] , French: Corse [kɔʁs] ( listen ) ) [2] is an island in the Mediterranean Sea and one of the 18 regions of France. It is the fourth-largest island in the Mediterranean and lies southeast of the French main

#18 Velidhoo (Noonu Atoll)

N.Velidhoo ( Dhivehi : ވެލިދޫ) is one of the inhabited islands of Noonu Atoll in the Maldives . Information from Maldives bureau of statistics [2] For other islands, see Velidhoo (disambiguation) . Inhabited island in Miladhummadulhu Atoll, Maldives Velidhoo Inhabited island Velidhoo Velidhoo Locati

#19 List of island countries

This is a list of island countries . An island is a landmass (smaller than a continent ) that is surrounded by water. [1] Many island countries are spread over an archipelago , as is the case with Indonesia and the Philippines (both countries consist of thousands of islands). Others consist of a sin

#20 Santa Catalina Island (California)

Santa Catalina Island ( Tongva : Pimuu'nga or Pimu ; Spanish : Isla Santa Catalina ) is a rocky island off the coast of Southern California in the Gulf of Santa Catalina . The island name is often shortened to Catalina Island or just Catalina . The island is 22   mi (35   km) long and 8   mi (13   k

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Mayon

Mayon ( Central Bikol : Bulkan Mayon ; Tagalog : Bulkang Mayon , IPA:   [mɐjɔn] ), also known as Mount Mayon and Mayon Volcano ( Spanish : Monte Mayón, Volcán Mayón ), [4] is an active stratovolcano in the province of Albay in Bicol Region , on the island of Luzon in the Philippines . A popular tour

#2 Mount Huntington (Alaska)

Mount Huntington is a striking rock and ice pyramid in the central Alaska Range , about 8 miles (13   km) south-southeast of Denali . It is also about 6 miles (10   km) east of Mount Hunter , and two miles west of The Rooster Comb . While overshadowed in absolute elevation by Denali, Huntington is a

#3 Laurel Mountain (West Virginia)

Laurel Mountain , also called Laurel Hill , is a long ridge in north-central West Virginia , US. Along with Rich Mountain to the south, it is considered to be the westernmost ridge of the Allegheny Mountains and the boundary between the Alleghenies and the Allegheny Plateau . This article is about t

#4 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

#5 Mount Keith

Mount Keith is a mountain on the crest of California 's Sierra Nevada , between Mount Bradley to the north, and Junction Peak to the southwest. Its north and west facing slopes feed the Kings River watershed by way of Bubbs Creek, and its east and south slopes feed the Owens River via Shepherd Creek

#6 Kjerag

Kjerag or Kiragg is a mountain in the Sandnes municipality in Rogaland county, Norway . The 1,110-metre (3,640   ft) tall mountain sits on the southern shore of Lysefjorden , just southwest of the village of Lysebotn . Its northern side is a massive cliff, plunging 984 metres (3,228   ft) almost str

#7 Muztagh Tower

Muztagh Tower ( Urdu : مز تاغ ٹاور ), also: Mustagh Tower ; Muztagh : ice tower), is a mountain in the Baltoro Muztagh , part of the Karakoram range in Baltistan on the border of the Gilgit–Baltistan region of Pakistan and the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China . [2] It stands between the ba

#8 Mount Jackson (Western Australia)

Mount Jackson is a hill in outback Western Australia located at 30.249°S 119.264°E  / -30.249; 119.264 . [1] It is situated 67 kilometres (42   mi) NNW of Koolyanobbing and 110 kilometres (68   mi) NNE of Southern Cross . It is in the Shire of Yilgarn . Augustus Gregory discovered and named the 617

#9 Mount Tyndall

Mount Tyndall is a peak in the Mount Whitney region of the Sierra Nevada in the U.S. state of California . At 14,025 feet (4,275   m) , it is the tenth highest peak in the state. The mountain was named in honor of the Irish scientist and mountaineer, John Tyndall . [8] For the mountain in Tasmania,

#10 Volcán de Fuego

Volcán de Fuego ( Spanish pronunciation:   [bolˈkan de ˈfweɣo] ; Spanish for "Volcano of Fire", often shortened to Fuego ) or Chi Q'aq' ( Kaqchikel for "where the fire is") is an active stratovolcano in Guatemala , on the borders of Chimaltenango , Escuintla and Sacatepéquez departments. It sits abo

#11 Mount Emily

Mount Emily ( Tolowa : en-may [3] ) is a mountain in the Klamath Mountains of southwestern Oregon in the United States . It is located in southern Curry County in the extreme southwest corner of the state, near Brookings , approximately 5 miles (8.0   km) from the Pacific Ocean and 5 miles (8.0   km

#12 Mount Goethe

Mount Goethe is a summit in Fresno County, California , in the United States . [3] With an elevation of 13,270 feet (4,045   m) , Mount Goethe is the 96th highest summit in the state of California. [5] Mount Goethe North aspect of Mount Goethe (right) ( Muriel Peak to left) Highest   point Elevation

#13 East Cemetery Hill

East Cemetery Hill is a Gettysburg Battlefield landform used for the battle of East Cemetery Hill during the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg, Second Day . Located on the east of Gettysburg's Baltimore Street and the Baltimore Pike which meet on the hill, the hill is a northeast spur, and the east slope, o

#14 Mount Tom (Massachusetts)

Mount Tom , 1,202 feet (366   m) , is a steep, rugged traprock mountain peak on the west bank of the Connecticut River 4.5 miles (7   km) northwest of downtown Holyoke , Massachusetts . The mountain is the southernmost and highest peak of the Mount Tom Range and the highest traprock peak of the 100-

#15 Mount Damavand

Mount Damavand ( Persian : دماوند [dæmɒːvænd] ( listen ) ) is a potentially active stratovolcano , the highest peak in Iran and Western Asia and the highest volcano in Asia and the third highest volcano in the Eastern Hemisphere (after Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Elbrus ), at an elevation of 5,609 m

#16 Budj Bim

Budj Bim , also known as Mount Eccles , is a dormant volcano near Macarthur in southwestern Victoria , Australia. It lies within the geologically-defined area known as the Newer Volcanics Province , which is the youngest volcanic area in Australia and stretches from western Victoria to south-eastern

#17 Mount Arriva

Mount Arriva is an 8,215   ft (2,500   m) elevation mountain summit located in the North Cascades in the U.S. state of Washington . [3] It is situated in North Cascades National Park , on the shared border of Chelan County and Skagit County . Despite its position only 1.55   mi (2.49   km) southwest

#18 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

#19 Malinao Volcano

Mount Malinao is a potentially active [3] stratovolcano located in the Bicol Region of the Philippines . The volcano displays strong fumarolic activity which is harnessed for generating electricity . Located on its slope is Tiwi Geothermal Power Plant , one of the first geothermal energy plant commi

#20 Ramsay Round

The Ramsay Round , also known as the Charlie Ramsay Round , is a long distance hill running challenge near Fort William, Scotland . The route is a circuit of 58 miles (93 kilometres), taking in 24 summits with a total climb of around 28,500 feet (8,700 metres). Ben Nevis , Great Britain 's highest p

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Mohmand Dam

Mohmand Dam (previously known as Munda Dam [1] ) is an under construction multi-purpose concrete-faced rock-filled dam located on the Swat River approximately 37   km north of Peshawar and 5   km upstream of Munda Headworks in Mohmand District , Khyber Pakhtunkhwa , Pakistan . [2] [3] Dam in Khyber

#2 Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake

Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake ( Mongolian : Тэрхийн Цагаан нуур , romanized:   Terkhiin Tsagaan nuur , [tʰirˈçin t͡sʰaˈʁaɴ nʊːr] , Chinese : 特尔赫查干湖, 特尔赫查干淖尔 ), also known as The White Lake , is a lake in the Khangai Mountains in central Mongolia . The Khorgo volcano is located near the eastern end of the la

#3 Taatsiin Tsagaan Lake

Taatsiin Tsagaan Lake ( Mongolian : Таацын Цагаан Нуур , Taatsiin Tsagaan Nuur ) is a large saline lake in Övörkhangai Province in the Gobi Desert of southern Mongolia . [1] Body of water Taatsiin Tsagaan Lake Taatsiin Tsagaan Lake Location Övörkhangai Coordinates 45°09′31.8″N 101°28′14″E Basin   co

#4 Lake Kutcharo

Lake Kutcharo ( クッチャロ湖 , Kutcharo-ko ) is a pair of inter-connected freshwater lakes in Hamatonbetsu , Esashi District , Sōya Subprefecture , Hokkaidō , Japan . Eight rivers flow into the lakes, and they drain into the Sea of Okhotsk . The lakes were designated a Ramsar site in July 1989, and host n

#5 Laguna Diversion Dam

The Laguna Diversion Dam is a rock-filled diversion dam on the Colorado River . It is located 13 miles northeast of Winterhaven, CA – Yuma, AZ on Imperial County route S24 . Constructed between 1903 and 1905, the dam was the first dam built on the Colorado River and subsequently ended boat travel to

#6 Böön Tsagaan Lake

Böön Tsagaan Lake ( Mongolian : Бөөн Цагаан нуур) is a large saline lake in Bayakhongor province in the Gobi Desert of southern Mongolia . [1] Body of water Boontsagaan Lake Böön Tsagaan Lake taken from a commercial airliner (2006-01-30) Boontsagaan Lake Location Bayakhongor Coordinates 45°33′N 99°0

#7 Lake Zoar

Lake Zoar is a reservoir on the Housatonic River in the U.S. state of Connecticut . It was formed by the completion of the Stevenson Dam , which flooded an area of Oxford and Stevenson named "Pleasantvale" or "Pleasant Vale". "Connecticut's Lakes Reflect Our History, Present" . Retrieved 2018-04-02

#8 Lake Edward

Lake Edward (locally Rwitanzigye or Rweru ) is one of the smaller African Great Lakes . It is located in the Albertine Rift , the western branch of the East African Rift , on the border between the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Uganda , with its northern shore a few kilometres south of

#9 Swan Falls Dam

Swan Falls Dam is a concrete gravity type hydroelectric dam in the western United States , on the Snake River in southwestern Idaho . At the dam, the river is the border of Ada and Owyhee counties; it   is approximately five miles (8   km) east of Murphy , the seat of Owyhee   County. Dam in Ada / O

#10 Lake Ossa

Lake Ossa is a lake that lies west of Edéa in the Littoral Province of Cameroon . Lake Ossa, together with the smaller lakes Mevia to the northeast and Mwembe to the southwest, form the Lake Ossa complex. The lake complex covers an area of 39.27 km 2 , and is Cameroon's largest natural lake. [1] Lak

#11 Lake Sevan

Lake Sevan ( Armenian : Սևանա լիճ , romanized :   Sevana lich ) is the largest body of water in both Armenia and the Caucasus region. It is one of the largest freshwater high-altitude (alpine) lakes in Eurasia . [7] The lake is situated in Gegharkunik Province , at an altitude of 1,900   m (6,234  

#12 Rivers Lake

Rivers Lake is the colloquial name [1] [2] of a man-made lake located in Inglewood, California . It is part of the Hollywood Park entertainment complex which includes SoFi Stadium . The lake is located just south of the stadium itself. Lake in the state of California, United States Body of water Riv

#13 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

#14 Lake Sammamish

Lake Sammamish is a freshwater lake 8 miles (13   km) east of Seattle in King County, Washington , United States. The lake is 7 miles (11   km) long and 1.5 miles (2   km) wide, with a maximum depth of 105 feet (32   m) and a surface area of 8   sq   mi (21   km 2 ) . [1] It lies east of Lake Washin

#15 Nancy Lake State Recreation Area

Nancy Lake State Recreation Area is a 22,685 acres (9,180   ha) park near Willow in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough of Alaska . Founded on July 6, 1966 and set aside specifically for recreational use, the park is home to more than a hundred lakes as well as extensive wetlands. The landscape of the par

#16 Karun-4 Dam

The Karun-4 Dam is an arch dam on the Karun River located at 180   km southwest of Shahr-e-Kord in the province of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari , Iran . [2] The Karun has the highest discharge of all the Iranian rivers. [3] Its construction is aimed at electric power supply of 2107 million kWh annually

#17 The Ramble and Lake

The Ramble and Lake are two geographic features of Central Park in Manhattan , New York City . Part of Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux 's 1857 Greensward Plan for Central Park, the features are located on the west side of the park between the 66th and 79th Street transverses. Geographical fea

#18 Ögii Lake

Ögii Lake ( Mongolian : Өгий нуур , [ɵˈɟi nʊːr] ) is a freshwater lake in eastern Arkhangai , in central Mongolia . The lake, designated as a Ramsar Site of International Importance , is known for its fish and for birdlife. It is a stopover point for migrating waterbirds of the family Anatidae . Alm

#19 Lake Tyler

Lake Tyler (West) is a man-made public water reservoir located south-east of Tyler, Texas , in eastern Smith County . While named after the town of Tyler (pop. 104,789), Lake Tyler is closer to the smaller cities of Whitehouse (pop. 7660) and Arp (pop. 970). Lake Tyler resides in the northern Neches

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River / River

#1 Medway watermills

v t e Watermills of the River Medway and its tributaries Legend Source TQ 334 359 51°06′25″N 0°05′37″W Fen Place Mill West Hoathly Stream Gravetye Foundry Weir Wood Reservoir Mill Place Foundry East Grinstead Stream Brook Mill Dunning's Mill Brambletye Mill Tablehurst Mill Parrock Forge Hartfield Ir

#2 Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal

The Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal is a disused canal in Greater Manchester , England, built to link Bolton and Bury with Manchester . The canal, when fully opened, was 15   miles 1   furlong (24   km) long. It was accessed via a junction with the River Irwell in Salford . Seventeen locks were requi

#3 Homestead Steel Works

Homestead Steel Works was a large steel works located on the Monongahela River at Homestead, Pennsylvania in the United States . The company developed in the nineteenth century as an extensive plant served by tributary coal and iron fields, a railway 425 miles (684   km) long, and a line of lake ste

#4 Strudelbach

Strudelbach is a river of Baden-Württemberg , Germany . River in Germany Strudelbach Strudelbach flowing into Riet Location Country Germany State Baden-Württemberg Physical   characteristics Mouth     •   location Vaihingen an der Enz   •   coordinates 48.9205°N 8.9912°E  / 48.9205; 8.9912   •   el

#5 Tongue River (Montana)

The Tongue River is a tributary of the Yellowstone River , approximately 265   mi (426   km) long, in the U.S. states of Wyoming and Montana . The Tongue rises in Wyoming in the Big Horn Mountains , flows generally northeast through northern Wyoming and southeastern Montana, and empties into the Yel

#6 Manchester Ship Canal

The Manchester Ship Canal is a 36-mile-long (58   km) inland waterway in the North West of England linking Manchester to the Irish Sea . Starting at the Mersey Estuary at Eastham, near Ellesmere Port , Cheshire , it generally follows the original routes of the rivers Mersey and Irwell through the hi

#7 Galwan River

The Galwan River flows from the disputed Aksai Chin area administered by China to the Ladakh Union Territory of India . It originates near the caravan campsite Samzungling on the eastern side of the Karakoram range and flows west to join the Shyok River . The point of confluence is 102   km south of

#8 Makaroro River

The Makaroro River is a river of the southern Hawke's Bay region of New Zealand 's North Island . It flows southeast from the slopes of the Ruahine Range , meeting the waters of the Waipawa River 12 kilometres (7   mi) west of Tikokino . River in New Zealand Makaroro River Location Country New Zeala

#9 Lightning Creek (Oklahoma)

Lightning Creek is a waterway in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma . Much of the city's Southside lies within its watershed. It is a tributary of the Oklahoma River . This article is about the stream in Oklahoma City. For the stream in British Columbia, see Lightning Creek (British Columbia) . The stream begi

#10 St. Marys River (Florida–Georgia)

The St. Marys River (named Saint Marys River by the United States Geological Survey , [1] ) is a 126-mile-long (203   km) [2] river in the southeastern United States . The river was known to the Indians of the area as Thlathlothlaguphka , [3] or Phlaphlagaphgaw , [4] meaning "rotten fish". [5] Frenc

#11 Chard Canal

The Chard Canal was a 13.5 miles (21.7   km) tub boat canal in Somerset , England , that ran from the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal at Creech St. Michael , over four aqueducts, through three tunnels and four inclined planes to Chard . It was completed in 1842, was never commercially viable, and close

#12 Yuma Project

The Yuma Project is a U.S. Bureau of Reclamation project built to irrigate over 68,000 acres (280   km 2 ) of land in Yuma County , Arizona and parts of Imperial County , California . The project is designed to exploit year-round farming conditions and water from the Colorado River . It consists of

#13 Liffey Falls

The Liffey Falls , a series of four distinct tiered – cascade waterfalls on the Liffey River , is located in the Midlands region of Tasmania , Australia . The falls are a significant massacre site where 30-60 Aboriginal people were murdered in a reprisal killing for the killing of the stockman Willi

#14 Chaudière River

The Chaudière River (French for "Cauldron" or "Boiler"; Abenaki : Kik8ntekw [1] [2] ) is a 185-kilometre-long (115   mi) river with its source near the Town of Lac-Mégantic , in southeast Quebec , Canada. From its source Lake Mégantic in the Estrie region, it runs northwards to flow into the St. Law

#15 Chenango Canal

The Chenango Canal was a towpath canal in central New York in the United States which linked the Susquehanna River to the Erie Canal . [2] Built and operated in the mid-19th century, it was 97 miles long and for much of its course followed the Chenango River , along New York State Route 12 from Bing

#16 Llangollen Canal

The Llangollen Canal ( Welsh : Camlas Llangollen ) is a navigable canal crossing the border between England and Wales . The waterway links Llangollen in Denbighshire , north Wales, with Hurleston in south Cheshire , via the town of Ellesmere, Shropshire . The name, which was coined in the 1980s, is

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Sea / Sea

#1 Gulf of Finland

The Gulf of Finland ( Finnish : Suomenlahti ; Estonian : Soome laht ; Russian : Фи́нский зали́в , tr. Finskiy zaliv , IPA:   [ˈfʲinskʲɪj zɐˈlʲif] ; Swedish : Finska viken ) is the easternmost arm of the Baltic Sea . It extends between Finland to the north and Estonia to the south, to Saint Petersbur

#2 Kula Gulf

Kula Gulf is a waterway in the Western Province of the Solomon Islands . It lies between the islands of Kolombangara to the west, Arundel Island (Kohinggo) to the southwest, and New Georgia to the south and east. To the north, it opens into New Georgia Sound ("the Slot"). To the southwest, it connec

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