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langs: 9 июля [ru] / july 9 [en] / 9. juli [de] / 9 juillet [fr] / 9 luglio [it] / 9 de julio [es]

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Coast / Coast

#1 Pendine Sands

Pendine Sands ( Welsh : Traeth Pentywyn , "end of the dunes beach") 7 miles (11   km) of beach on the shores of Carmarthen Bay on the south coast of Wales . It stretches west to east from Gilman Point to Laugharne Sands. The village of Pendine is close to the western end of Pendine Sands. Welsh TT r

#2 Mablethorpe

Mablethorpe is a seaside town in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire , England, part of the civil parish of Mablethorpe and Sutton . [1] The population including nearby Sutton-on-Sea was 12,531 at the 2011 census and estimated at 12,633 in 2019. [2] The town was visited regularly by Alfred, Lo

#3 Juno Beach

Juno or Juno Beach was one of five beaches of the Allied invasion of German-occupied France in the Normandy landings on 6 June 1944 during the Second World War . The beach spanned from Courseulles , a village just east of the British beach Gold , to Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer , and just west of the British

#4 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,

#5 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

#6 Bakassi

Bakassi is a peninsula on the Gulf of Guinea . It lies between the Cross River estuary, near the city of Calabar and the Rio del Ray estuary on the east. It is governed by Cameroon , following the transfer of sovereignty from neighbouring Nigeria as a result of a judgment by the International Court

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Island / Island

#1 Inchconnachan

Inchconnachan ( Innis Chonachain in Gaelic, meaning 'The Colquhoun's Island') is an island in Loch Lomond in Scotland , in the Trossachs National Park . [5] It is accessible by boat from the village of Luss on the south side of the Loch. Inchconnachan Scottish Gaelic name Innis Chonachain Meaning of

#2 Saipan

Saipan ( / s aɪ ˈ p æ n / Chamorro : Sa’ipan , Carolinian : Seipél , formerly in Spanish : Saipán , and in Japanese : 彩帆島 , romanized :   Saipan-tō ) is the largest island of the Northern Mariana Islands , a commonwealth of the United States in the western Pacific Ocean . According to 2020 estimates

#3 Manhattan

Manhattan ( / m æ n ˈ h æ t ən , m ə n -/ ), known regionally as The City , [1] is the most densely populated and geographically smallest of the five boroughs of New York City . It is the urban core of the New York metropolitan area , and coextensive with New York County , one of the original counti

#4 Bora Bora

Bora Bora ( French : Bora-Bora ; Tahitian : Pora Pora ) is an island group in the Leeward Islands . The Leeward Islands comprise the western part of the Society Islands of French Polynesia , which is an overseas collectivity of the French Republic in the Pacific Ocean . Bora Bora has a total land ar

#5 Beaver Island (Lake Michigan)

Beaver Island is an island in Lake Michigan in the U.S. state of Michigan . At 55.8   sq   mi (145   km 2 ) , it is the largest island in Lake Michigan and the third largest island in Michigan after Isle Royale and Drummond Island . The island is located approximately 32 miles (51   km) from the cit

#6 Euboea

Evvia ( / ˈ ɛ v iː ə / , EH -vee-ə ; Greek : Εύβοια Évvia ; Ancient Greek : Εὔβοια Eúboia ) or Euboia ( / j uː ˈ b iː ə / , yoo- BEE -ə ) is the second-largest Greek island in area and population, after Crete . It is separated from Boeotia in mainland Greece by the narrow Euripus Strait (only 40   m

#7 Gaya Island

Gaya Island ( Malay : Pulau Gaya ) is a sizeable Malaysian island of 1,465 ha, just 10 minutes off Kota Kinabalu , Sabah and forms part of the Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park . Gaya Island derived its name from the Bajau word "Gayo" which means big and occupies an area of 15   km 2 (3,700 acres) wi

#8 Embiez

The Île des Embiez ( pronounced   [il de [embiez] ] ) is a French island in the Mediterranean Sea . It is the largest island in the Embiez archipelago . It is located off the coast of the port of Le Brusc in the commune of Six-Fours-les-Plages , in the Var department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azu

#9 Fraser Island

Fraser Island (also known as K'gari) is a World Heritage-listed island along the south-eastern coast in the Wide Bay–Burnett region, Queensland , Australia. [2] [3] The island is approximately 250 kilometres (160   mi) north of the state capital , Brisbane , and is within the Fraser Coast Region loc

#10 Isle La Motte

Isle La Motte is an island in Lake Champlain in northwestern Vermont , United States. At 7 mi (11 km) by 2 mi (3 km), it lies close to the place that the lake empties into the Richelieu River . It is incorporated as a New England town in Grand Isle County . Its population was 488 at the 2020 census

#11 Faial Island

Faial Island ( Portuguese pronunciation:   [fɐˈjaɫ] ), also known in English as Fayal , is a Portuguese island of the Central Group (Portuguese: Grupo Central ) of the Azores . The Capelinhos Volcano, the westernmost point of the island, may be considered the westernmost point of Europe , if the Mon

#12 Northern Mariana Islands

The Northern Mariana Islands , officially the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands ( CNMI ; Chamorro : Sankattan Siha Na Islas Mariånas ; Carolinian : Commonwealth Téél Falúw kka Efáng llól Marianas ), is an unincorporated territory and commonwealth of the United States consisting of 14 isla

#13 Okinoshima (Fukuoka)

Okinoshima ( 沖ノ島 , Okinoshima ) is an island off the coast of Munakata, Fukuoka , Japan . [1] It is considered sacred land by the local Munakata Taisha . The island's population consists of a single employee of the shrine. He is one of about two dozen Shinto priests who spend 10-day intervals on the

#14 Santorini

Santorini ( Greek : Σαντορίνη , pronounced   [sandoˈrini] ), officially Thira ( Greek : Θήρα [ˈθira] ) and classic Greek Thera ( English pronunciation / ˈ θ ɪər ə / ), is an island in the southern Aegean Sea , about 200   km (120   mi) southeast from the Greek mainland. It is the largest island of a

#15 Naval Advance Base Saipan

Naval Base Saipan or Naval Advance Base Saipan or Naval Air Base Saipan was a United States Navy Naval base built during World War II to support Pacific Ocean theater of war and the many warships and troops fighting the war. The base was on the island of Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands . The

#16 List of shipwrecks in the Channel Islands

The list of shipwrecks in the Channel Islands lists some of the ships that wrecked on or sank in the waters of the Bailiwick of Guernsey and the Bailiwick of Jersey . The list includes ships that sustained a damaged hull, which were later refloated and repaired. Channel Islands Îles de la Manche   (

#17 Réunion

Réunion ( / r iː ˈ juː n j ə n / ; [3] French : La Réunion , [la ʁe.y.njɔ̃] ( listen ) ; previously Île Bourbon ; Reunionese Creole : La Rényon ) is an island in the Indian Ocean that is an overseas department and region of France. It is located approximately 950   km (590   mi) east of the island o

#18 Lucavsala

Lucavsala is an island located on the Daugava River in Riga , Latvia . It has a population of 98. Island and neighbourhood in Riga, Latvia Lucavsala Location of Lucavsala (dark green) in Riga Lucavsala Geography Location Daugava River Coordinates 56°55′27″N 24°07′06″E Area 150   ha (370 acres) Highe

#19 Curaçao

Curaçao ( / ˈ k jʊər ə s oʊ , - s aʊ , ˌ k jʊər ə ˈ s oʊ , - ˈ s aʊ / KYURE -əss-oh, - ⁠ ow, - ⁠ OH , - ⁠ OW ; [7] Dutch:   [kyːraːˈsʌu, kuːr- ] ( listen ) ; [8] Papiamento : Kòrsou , [ˈkɔrsɔu̯] ), officially the Country of Curaçao ( Dutch : Land Curaçao ; [9] Papiamento : Pais Kòrsou ), [10] [11] i

#20 Ios

Ios , Io or Nio ( Greek : Ίος , Greek pronunciation:   [iːos] , Ancient Greek : Ἴος ; locally Nios Greek : Νιός ) is a Greek island in the Cyclades group in the Aegean Sea . Ios is a hilly island with cliffs down to the sea on most sides, situated halfway between Naxos and Santorini . It is about 18

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Piz Scerscen

Piz Scerscen ( Romansh , Italian : Monte Scerscen , formerly Monte Rosso di Scerscen ), culminating at 3,971 m above sea level, is one of the highest peaks in the Bernina Range , straddling the border between Switzerland and Italy . It is a satellite peak of Piz Bernina , joining it by its north-eas

#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 Mont Dolent

Mont Dolent ( 3,823 metres (12,543   ft) ) is a mountain in the Mont Blanc massif and lies on the border between Italy , Switzerland and France . Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif Mont Dolent Mont Dolent Highest   point Elevation 3,823   m (12,543   ft) Prominence 330   m (1,080   ft) [1] Parent pea

#4 Nuba Mountains

The Nuba Mountains ( Arabic : جبال النوبة ), also referred to as the Nuba Hills , is an area located in South Kordofan , Sudan . The area is home to a group of indigenous ethnic groups known collectively as the Nuba peoples . In the Middle Ages , the Nuba mountains had been part of the Nubian kingdo

#5 Northern Luzon Heroes Hill National Park

The Northern Luzon Heroes Hill National Park is a national park in the Republic of the Philippines , located in the municipalities of Santa and partly in Narvacan in Ilocos Sur province . [1] The protected area was established on July 9, 1963, by Proclamation No. 132. [2] Northern Luzon Heroes Hill

#6 Rigi

The Rigi (or Mount Rigi ; also known as Queen of the Mountains ) is a mountain massif of the Alps , located in Central Switzerland . The whole massif is almost entirely surrounded by the water of three different bodies of water: Lake Lucerne , Lake Zug and Lake Lauerz . The range is in the Schwyzer

#7 Huron Peak

Huron Peak is a high mountain summit of the Collegiate Peaks in the Sawatch Range of the Rocky Mountains of North America . The 14,012-foot (4,271   m) fourteener is located in the Collegiate Peaks Wilderness of San Isabel National Forest , 18.0 miles (28.9   km) west-northwest ( bearing 297°) of th

#8 Wörner (Alps)

The Wörner is a 2,476   m high mountain in the Karwendel on the border between Bavaria and Tyrol . It is part of the Northern Karwendel Chain that initially runs northwards to the Wörner and then swings east. The northwest ridge ( Nordwestgrat ) of the Wörner is very striking and easy to make out fr

#9 South Kermadec Ridge Seamounts

The South Kermadec Ridge Seamounts are a continuation of the volcanic island arc , [1] formed at the convergent boundary where the Pacific Plate subducts under the Indo-Australian Plate . The subducting Pacific Plate created the Kermadec Trench , [2] the second deepest submarine trench , [3] to the

#10 Pigne d'Arolla

Pigne d'Arolla (3,796 m) is a mountain in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland . The first ascent was made by A. W. Moore and Horace Walker with the guide Jakob Anderegg on 9 July 1865. It is commonly climbed as part of the Haute Route . Mountain in Switzerland Pigne d'Arolla Pigne d'Arolla north face Hi

#11 Punta de Astorg

Point of Astorg ( Aragonese : Punta d'Astorg , French : Pointe d'Astorg , Spanish : Punta de Astorg ) is a peak in the Spanish Pyrenees which rises to 3,354 m above sea level, in the Maladeta massif . It is the second highest peak in the massif, after Aneto (3,404 m ) and the fourth highest peak in

#12 Whorl Mountain (Yosemite)

Whorl Mountain is a mountain in the northern part of Yosemite National Park , well north of Mount Conness , and barely inside the boundary of Yosemite. Whorl Mountain is the 22nd-highest mountain in Yosemite National Park. [4] Whorl Mountain is mountain in northern Yosemite National Park, north of T

#13 Kebnekaise

Kebnekaise ( Swedish pronunciation:   [kɛbnɛˈkâjsɛ] ; [3] from Sami Giebmegáisi or Giebnegáisi , "Cauldron Crest") is the highest mountain in Sweden . The Kebnekaise massif, which is part of the Scandinavian mountain range , has two main peaks. The glaciated southern peak used to be the highest at 2

#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 Katla (volcano)

Katla ( Icelandic pronunciation:   [ˈkʰahtla] ( listen ) ) is a large volcano in southern Iceland . It is very active; twenty eruptions have been documented between 930 and 1918, at intervals of 20–90 years. It has not erupted violently for 104 years, although there may have been small eruptions tha

#16 Izu-Tobu

Izu-Tobu ( 伊豆東部火山群 , Izu Tōbu Kazangun ) is a large, dominantly basaltic range of volcanoes on the east side of the Izu Peninsula which lies on the Pacific coast of the island of Honshu in Japan. The field covers a total area of 400   km 2 . The only recorded activity was a submarine phreatic erupti

#17 Westliches Zwillingsköpfl

The Westliches Zwillingsköpfl (also Westlicher Zwillingskopf , Italian Testa Gemella Occidentale , all of them literally meaning "Western Twin Head"), is a 2,835-metre (9,301   ft) mountain peak on the border of Italy and Austria. The Westliches Zwillingsköpfl is the northernmost point of Italy, eve

#18 Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands ( / ˈ f ɛər oʊ / FAIR -oh ), or simply the Faroes or Faeroes ( Faroese : Føroyar [ˈfœɹjaɹ] ( listen ) ; Danish : Færøerne [ˈfeɐ̯ˌøˀɐnə] ), are a North Atlantic archipelago island country and self-governing nation under the external sovereignty of the Kingdom of Denmark . Danish ter

#19 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

#20 Mount Bonju

Mount Bonju ( 梵珠山 , Bonju-san ) is a mountain located between Namioka , Aomori and Goshogawara , Japan near the southern end of the Tsugaru Mountains between the central part of Aomori and Goshogawara . The mountain lies within the Mount Bonju Prefectural Forest . Its peak lies within the city of Ao

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Delsjön

Delsjön consist of two coherent lakes, Stora Delsjön and Lilla Delsjön , located in eastern Gothenburg , in the Delsjöområdet nature reserve . They serve as a reservoir for the city, receiving water from the Göta River . At the shore of Stora Delsjön there is a popular beach. Body of water Delsjön D

#2 Botleys Mansion

Botleys Mansion is a Palladian mansion house in the south of Chertsey , Surrey , England , just south of St Peter's Hospital . The house was built in the 1760s by builders funded by Joseph Mawbey and to designs by Kenton Couse . The elevated site once bore a 14th-century manor house seized along wit

#3 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

#4 Lake Shannon

Lake Shannon is a long, narrow reservoir on the Baker River in Skagit County , Washington in the United States. [2] Formed in the 1920s by the construction of an arch dam just above the town of Concrete , the lake is approximately 7.5 miles (12   km) long and averages 0.6 miles (1   km) wide when fu

#5 Friant Dam

Friant Dam is a concrete gravity dam on the San Joaquin River in central California in the United States, on the boundary of Fresno and Madera Counties. It was built between 1937 and 1942 as part of a U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) water project to provide irrigation water to the southern San Joa

#6 Shandur Pass

Shandur Pass ( Urdu : شندور ) is a pass located in Chitral, District of Khyber Pakhtunkhawa . It is often called 'Roof of the World. [1] Mountain pass in Pakistan Shandur Pass شندور   ( Urdu ) Shandur pass Traversed by Gilgit–Shandur Road Location Koh-i-Ghizer, Gilgit-Baltistan [2] Coordinates 36°04

#7 Queen Mother Reservoir

The Queen Mother Reservoir is a public water supply reservoir that lies between the M4 and the M25 to the west of London , close to Datchet . It is 475 acres (1.92   km 2 ) in size or about 1   km in diameter - making it one of the largest inland areas of water in Southern England. [1] It is managed

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River / River

#1 River Irvine

The River Irvine ( Scottish Gaelic : Irbhinn ) is a river that flows through southwest Scotland . Its watershed is on the Lanarkshire border of Ayrshire at an altitude of 810 feet (250   m) above sea-level, near Loudoun Hill , Drumclog , and 7 miles (11 kilometres) SW by W of Strathaven . It flows 2

#2 Noyyal River

The Noyyal River is a small river in Western Tamil Nadu , and a tributary of Kaveri River . It rises from the Vellingiri hills in the Western Ghats in Tamil Nadu, very close to Kerala border, and flows through many villages and the cities of Coimbatore , and Tirupur finally draining into the Kaveri

#3 Canal Latéral de la Garonne

The Canal de Garonne , formerly known as Canal latéral à la Garonne , is a French canal dating from the mid-19th century which connects Toulouse to Castets-en-Dorthe . The remainder of the route to Bordeaux uses the river Garonne . It is the continuation of the Canal du Midi which connects the Medit

#4 Course of the Rogue River (Oregon)

The Rogue River in the U.S. state of Oregon begins at Boundary Springs on the border between Klamath and Douglas counties near the northern edge of Crater Lake National Park . The Rogue River flows generally west for 215 miles (346   km) from the Cascade Range through the Rogue River – Siskiyou Nati

#5 Brish Run

Brish Run is a tributary of Pine Creek in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania , in the United States. It is approximately 1.5 miles (2.4   km) long and flows through Fairmount Township . [1] The watershed of the stream has an area of 0.66 square miles (1.7   km 2 ) . The stream has one unnamed tributary. T

#6 Thames and Severn Canal

The Thames and Severn Canal is a canal in Gloucestershire in the south of England, which was completed in 1789. It was conceived as part of a canal route from Bristol to London . At its eastern end, it connects to the River Thames at Inglesham Lock near Lechlade , while at its western end, it connec

#7 Chamb

The Chamb ( German : Chamb ; Czech : Kouba ) is a river in the Czech Republic and in Germany . It is a 50-kilometre (31   mi) right tributary of the Regen . River in Germany and the Czech Republic For village in Azad Kashmir, see Chhamb . Chamb Kouba River Chamb near Arnschwang Location Countries Ge

#8 Central Oregon Irrigation District

Central Oregon Irrigation District is a municipal corporation to provide irrigation water for Central Oregon , U.S. The canals serve agricultural and industrial users in the arid lands between Alfalfa , Bend , Redmond , Terrebonne , and Powell Butte . Among its 4,000 or so individual customer accoun

#9 Washington Channel

The Washington Channel is a channel that parallels the Potomac River in Washington, D.C. It is located between the Southwest Waterfront on the east side and East Potomac Park on the west side. The channel is two miles (3.2   km) long, receives outflow from the Tidal Basin at its north end, and empti

#10 East Canada Creek

East Canada Creek is a 34.6-mile-long (55.7   km) [2] river in upstate New York , United States. It is a tributary of the Mohawk River and flows southward from New York's Adirondack Park . The name "Canada" may be derived from the St. Lawrence Iroquoian word Kanata , meaning "village"; the name may

#11 Sheldrake River (Minganie)

The Sheldrake River ( French : Rivière Sheldrake ) is a river in the Côte-Nord region of Quebec, Canada. It flows into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence . There is a 25   MW hydroelectric power station on the river. River in Quebec, Canada Sheldrake River Rivière Sheldrake The river near its mouth, from Qu

#12 Maldonado Stream

The Maldonado Stream ( Arroyo Maldonado ) is an underground storm sewer in the city Buenos Aires , Argentina , that runs below Juan B. Justo Avenue. Originally a stream draining into the Río de la Plata , its 21.3 kilometres (13.2   mi) length goes through 10 of the 47 barrios of the city: Versalles

#13 Múlakvísl

The Múlakvísl ( Icelandic pronunciation:   ​ [ˈmuːlaˌkʰvistl̥] ) is a river in the south of Iceland on the western side of Mýrdalssandur . River in Iceland Múlakvísl A view of the Múlakvísl, looking towards Hjörleifshöfði in the background and the Atlantic Ocean Location Country Iceland Region South

#14 Peterborough Lift Lock

The Peterborough Lift Lock is a boat lift located on the Trent Canal in the city of Peterborough, Ontario , Canada , and is Lock 21 on the Trent-Severn Waterway . Boat lift This article needs additional citations for verification . ( April 2022 ) Peterborough Lift Lock Front view of the Peterborough

#15 Guadalupe River (California)

The Guadalupe River ( Spanish : Río Guadalupe ; Muwekma Ohlone : Thámien Rúmmey ) mainstem is an urban, northward flowing 14 miles (23   km) river in California whose much longer headwater creeks originate in the Santa Cruz Mountains . The river mainstem now begins on the Santa Clara Valley floor wh

#16 Brass River

The Brass River is one of the branches of the Nun River , which in turn is a branch of the Niger River , in the Niger Delta in Nigeria. [1] In the 19th century the river was an important trading route, first for slaves and later for palm oil. Brass River Crude Oil is named for a refinery on the rive

#17 Fossil Falls

The Fossil Falls is a unique geological feature, located in the Coso Range of California in the United States . Volcanic activity in the mountain range, along with meltwater from glaciers in the nearby Sierra Nevada , played a role in the creation of the falls. They are located near the community of

#18 Duncan River (rivière le Renne tributary)

The Duncan River is a tributary of the rivière le Renne , which flows in the municipalities of Saint-Germain-de-Grantham (a sector of Drummondville ), Saint-Nazaire-d'Acton , Saint-Théodore-d'Acton and Upton , in the Acton Regional County Municipality (MRC), in Montérégie , on the South Shore of the

#19 Rogue River (Oregon)

The Rogue River ( Tolowa : yan-shuu-chit’ taa-ghii~-li~’ , [7] Takelma : tak-elam [8] ) in southwestern Oregon in the United States flows about 215 miles (346   km) in a generally westward direction from the Cascade Range to the Pacific Ocean . Known for its salmon runs , whitewater rafting , and ru

#20 Rapides du Cheval Blanc

There are three locations in Quebec, Canada with the name "Rapides du Cheval Blanc". This article refers to the rapids between the north shore of the Island of Montreal and the south shore of Sainte-Dorothée, Laval. [1] Summertime photo of the rapids. This article's tone or style may not reflect the

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Sea / Sea

#1 Ulban Bay

Ulban Bay ( Russian : Ul'bansky Zaliv ) is a bay in the northwestern Sea of Okhotsk , just south of the Shantar Islands . It is a southern branch of Academy Bay to the north. The Syran and Ulban rivers flow into its head. Body of water Ulban Bay Mercury Bay Location of Ulban Bay south of the Shantar

#2 Hudson Bay

Hudson Bay ( Southern East Cree : ᐐᓂᐯᒄ , romanized:   Wînipekw ; Southern East Cree : ᐐᓂᐹᒄ , romanized:   Wînipâkw ; Inuktitut : ᑲᖏᖅᓱᐊᓗᒃ ᐃᓗᐊ , romanized :   Kangiqsualuk ilua [3] or Inuktitut : ᑕᓯᐅᔭᕐᔪᐊᖅ , romanized :   Tasiujarjuaq ; [4] French : baie d'Hudson ), sometimes called Hudson's Bay (usual

#3 Karaka Bay (Auckland)

Karaka Bay or Waiarohe ('the bay of shimmering waters') is on the western shore of the Tāmaki River mouth in the suburb of Glendowie , Auckland . The bay is bordered to the north by Te Papa a Tamatera (West Tamaki Head) and looks out to the islands of the eastern Waitematā Harbour : Rangitoto , Motu

#4 Lituya Bay

Lituya Bay ( / l ɪ ˈ tj uː j ə / ; Tlingit: Ltu.aa , [1] meaning 'lake within the point') [2] is a fjord located on the coast of the south-east part of the U.S. state of Alaska . It is 14.5   km (9   mi) long and 3.2   km (2   mi) wide at its widest point. The bay was noted in 1786 by Jean-François

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