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Coast / Coast

#1 Redcar

Redcar is a seaside town on the Yorkshire Coast in the Redcar and Cleveland unitary authority in the county of North Yorkshire , England. It is located 7 miles (11   km) east of Middlesbrough . Town in North Yorkshire, England For the mass transit company "Red Car", see Pacific Electric . For the ba

#2 Weston-super-Mare

Weston-super-Mare , also known as Weston , is a seaside town in North Somerset , England. It lies by the Bristol Channel 20 miles (32   km) south-west of Bristol between Worlebury Hill and Bleadon Hill . It includes the suburbs of Mead Vale, Milton, Oldmixon, West Wick, Worlebury, Uphill and Worle .

#3 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

#4 Orbetello

Orbetello is a town and comune in the province of Grosseto ( Tuscany ), Italy . It is located about 35 kilometres (22   mi) south of Grosseto , on the eponymous lagoon, which is home to an important Natural Reserve. Comune in Tuscany, Italy Orbetello Comune Comune di Orbetello The windmill on the la

#5 Stockton Beach

Stockton Beach is located north of the Hunter River in New South Wales , Australia. It is 32   km (20   mi) long and stretches from Stockton , to Anna Bay . Over many years Stockton Beach has been the site of numerous shipwrecks and aircraft crash sites. In World War II it was fortified against a po

#6 Burnham-on-Sea

Burnham-on-Sea is a seaside town in Somerset , England, at the mouth of the River Parrett , upon Bridgwater Bay . Burnham was a small fishing village until the late 18th century when it began to grow because of its popularity as a seaside resort . Town in Somerset, England Human settlement in Englan

#7 Manalapan, Florida

Manalapan is a town in Palm Beach County , Florida, United States. The population was 406 at the 2010 United States census. Town in Florida, United States Manalapan, Florida Town Town of Manalapan Seal Location of Manalapan, Florida Coordinates: 26°34′15″N 80°2′40″W Country United States State Flori

#8 Lake Worth Beach, Florida

Lake Worth Beach, previously named Lake Worth, is a city in east-central Palm Beach County, Florida , United States, located about 64 miles (103   km) north of Miami . The city's name is derived from the body of water along its eastern border known as the Lake Worth Lagoon , which was named for Gene

#9 Carrickfergus

Carrickfergus ( from Irish : Carraig Fhearghais [ˌkaːɾˠəɟ ˈaɾˠɣəʃ] , meaning " Fergus ' rock") [3] is a large town in County Antrim , Northern Ireland . It sits on the north shore of Belfast Lough , 11 miles (18   km) from Belfast . The town had a population of 27,998 at the 2011 Census . [4] It is

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Island / Island

#1 New Georgia

New Georgia , with an area of 2,037   km 2 (786   sq   mi) , is the largest of the islands in Western Province , Solomon Islands , and the 200th-largest island in the world . This article is about the island of New Georgia in Solomon Islands . For the coastline between the Columbia River , State of

#2 Banks Island

Banks Island is one of the larger members of the Arctic Archipelago . Situated in the Inuvik Region , and part of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region , of the Northwest Territories , it is separated from Victoria Island to its east by the Prince of Wales Strait and from the mainland by Amundsen Gulf to

#3 Pelorus Islet

Pelorus Islet (also known as Pelorus Reef and Pelorus Rock ) is an islet in the Australian state of South Australia located in Great Australian Bight off the south coast of Kangaroo Island approximately 7 kilometres (4.3 miles) east south-east of Cape Gantheaume . It was named by Captain Francis Har

#4 Kingman Reef

Kingman Reef / ˈ k ɪ ŋ m ən / is a largely submerged, uninhabited, triangle-shaped reef , 9.0   nmi (20   km) east-west and 4.5   nmi (8   km) north-south, [2] in the North Pacific Ocean, roughly halfway between the Hawaiian Islands and American Samoa . [3] [4] It has an area of 3 hectares (0.03   k

#5 Sanafir Island

Sanafir Island ( Arabic : جزيرة صنافر , romanized :   Geziret Ṣanafir , [ citation needed ] pronounced   [ɡeˈziːret sˤɑnɑˈfiːɾ] ) is a Saudi island in the Straits of Tiran east of Tiran Island . It is about 33   km 2 (13   sq   mi) it is located at the entrance to the Straits of Tiran , which separa

#6 Nave Island

Nave Island lies to the north of Islay in the Inner Hebrides near the mouth of Loch Gruinart . [5] It is uninhabited. Not to be confused with Neave Island off the north coast of Sutherland. Nave Island Scottish Gaelic name Eilean Nèimh Meaning of name "Ném's island" [1] Nave Island from Ardnave Poin

#7 Florida Keys

The Florida Keys are a coral cay archipelago located off the southern coast of Florida , forming the southernmost part of the continental United States. They begin at the southeastern coast of the Florida peninsula , about 15 miles (24   km) south of Miami , and extend in a gentle arc south-southwes

#8 Maunsell Forts

The Maunsell Forts are armed towers built in the Thames and Mersey estuaries during the Second World War to help defend the United Kingdom . They were operated as army and navy forts, and named after their designer, Guy Maunsell . [1] The forts were decommissioned in the late 1950s and later used fo

#9 Mariana Islands

The Mariana Islands ( / ˌ m ær i ˈ ɑː n ə / ; also the Marianas ; in Chamorro : Manislan Mariånas ) are a crescent-shaped archipelago comprising the summits of fifteen longitudinally oriented, mostly dormant volcanic mountains in the northwestern Pacific Ocean , between the 12th and 21st parallels n

#10 Tuvalu

Tuvalu ( / t uː ˈ v ɑː l uː / ( listen ) too- VAH -loo or / ˈ t uː v ə l uː / TOO -və-loo ; [6] formerly known as the Ellice Islands ) is an island country in the Polynesian subregion of Oceania in the Pacific Ocean . Its islands are situated about midway between Hawaii and Australia . They lie east

#11 Sabrina Island (Azores)

Sabrina Island ( Portuguese : Ilha Sabrina ) was an islet formed during the months of June and July 1811 by a submarine volcanic eruption off the coast of Ponta da Ferraria, São Miguel Island , Azores . The first person to land on the island was Commander James Tillard , captain of the British warsh

#12 Chopawamsic

Chopawamsic Island is one of the few islands in the Potomac River within the territorial boundaries of the Commonwealth of Virginia. For other places called Chopawamsic, see Chopawamsic (disambiguation) .

#13 Kapiti Island

Kapiti Island ( [kɑːpiti] ) is an island about 5   km (3   mi) off the west coast of the lower North Island of New Zealand . It is 10   km (6.2   mi) long, running southwest/northeast, and roughly 2   km (1.2   mi) wide, being more or less rectangular in shape, and has an area of 19.65   km 2 (7.59

#14 Ingarö

Ingarö is an island in Värmdö Municipality , Stockholm County . The chief settlement is called Brunn. With an area of 63.26   km 2 , it is the 16th biggest island in Sweden . [1] Petroglyphs indicate that the island has been inhabited since the Nordic Bronze Age . For most of the 20th century the re

#15 Bonin Islands

The Bonin Islands , also known as the Ogasawara Islands ( 小笠原群島 , Ogasawara Guntō ) , [1] are an archipelago of over 30 subtropical and tropical islands, some 1,000 kilometres (540   nmi ; 620   mi ) directly south of Tokyo, Japan and 1,000 miles (870   nmi; 1,600   km) northwest of Guam . [2] [3] T

#16 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

#17 Nui (atoll)

Nui is an atoll and one of nine districts of the Pacific Ocean state of Tuvalu . [1] [2] It has a land area of 3.37   km² and a population of 610 (2017 Census). [3] For the small Pacific island nation sometimes pronounced "Nui", see Niue . Atoll in Tuvalu Nui Atoll Aerial view of Nui Map of the atol

#18 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

#19 Isola del Giglio

Isola del Giglio ( Italian pronunciation:   [ˈiːzola del ˈdʒiʎʎo] ; English: Giglio Island , Latin : Igilium ) is an Italian island and comune in the Tyrrhenian Sea , off the coast of Tuscany , and is part of the Province of Grosseto . The island is one of seven that form the Tuscan Archipelago , ly

#20 Long Island (Whitsunday Islands)

Long Island is a member of the Whitsunday Island group off the east coast of Queensland, Australia . It is 9 kilometres (5.6   mi) in length and is at its widest point only 400 metres (1,300   ft) . Long Island is the closest island in the Whitsunday group to the mainland of Australia, being only 1

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Independence Monument (Colorado)

Independence Monument is a 5,739-foot-elevation (1,749 meter) sandstone pillar located in Colorado National Monument , in Mesa County of western Colorado , United States. [1] This iconic 450-foot-high landmark is situated one mile southeast of the monument's visitor center , and 9 miles (14   km) we

#2 Peuët Sagoë

Peuet Sague is a volcanic complex in the northwestern part of Sumatra , Indonesia . The name peuet sagoe in Acehnese means four square . The location of the volcanic complex is isolated that needs several journeys on foot from the nearest village to reach the mountain. There are four summits in the

#3 Piz Badile

Piz Badile (3,308 m) is a mountain of the Bregaglia range in the Swiss canton of Graubünden and the Italian region of Lombardy . The border between the two countries runs along the summit ridge. Its north-east face, overlooking the Swiss Val Bregaglia near Soglio , is considered one of the six great

#4 Bidhan Parbat

Bidhan Parbat is a mountain of the northern Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand India.The elevation of Bidhan Parbat is 6,520 metres (21,391   ft) and its prominence is 234 metres (768   ft) . It is 84th highest located entirely within the Uttrakhand. Nanda Devi , is the highest mountain in this categor

#5 Asbestos and the law

The mineral asbestos is subject to a wide range of laws and regulations that relate to its production and use, including mining, manufacturing, use and disposal. [1] [2] [3] Injuries attributed to asbestos have resulted in both workers' compensation claims and injury litigation. [4] [5] Health probl

#6 Boßler

Boßler is a 799.7-metre-high (2,624   ft) mountain in the Swabian Alps , Baden-Württemberg , Germany . Boßler Highest   point Elevation 799.7   m (2,624   ft) Geography Location Baden-Württemberg , Germany

#7 Jurong Hill

Jurong Hill ( Chinese : 裕廊山; Malay : Bukit Peropok ) is a scenic hill situated in western Singapore off Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim . Originally, the hill is known as Bukit Peropok in Malay . [1] It is enveloped in 15 hectares of lush greenery and stands at 60 meters. This article needs additional citations

#8 Mount Gilbert (Chugach Mountains)

Mount Gilbert is a prominent 9,638-foot (2,938   m) glaciated mountain summit located in the Chugach Mountains , in the U.S. state of Alaska . The peak is situated 54   mi (87   km) east of Anchorage , 32   mi (51   km) northeast of Whittier , and 5.8   mi (9   km) northeast of Mount Muir , on land

#9 Pine Mountain (Cobb County, Georgia)

Pine Mountain is a natural geographical feature located in Cobb County , Georgia , near the town of Kennesaw . Historic marker on top of Pine Mountain

#10 Eiger

The Eiger ( German pronunciation: [ˈaɪ̯ɡɐ] ) is a 3,967-metre (13,015   ft) mountain of the Bernese Alps , overlooking Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen in the Bernese Oberland of Switzerland , just north of the main watershed and border with Valais . It is the easternmost peak of a ridge crest that ext

#11 Hubble (climbing route)

Hubble is a short 10-metre (33   ft) sport climb at the limestone Raven Tor crag in Derbyshire , England. When it was first climbed by English climber Ben Moon on 14 June 1990, it became the first climb in the world to have a consensus 8c+   (5.14c) grade; [3] [5] and the highest grade in the Englis

#12 Sarychev Peak

Sarychev Peak ( Russian : вулкан Пик Сарычева , Vulkan Sarycheva , variants: Japanese : 芙蓉山 Fuyō Mountain , [1] Fuyō-san , [2] Fuyō-yama , [3] Fuyo-zan , [4] Huyō San , Japanese : 松輪富士 Matsuwa-fuji ) [5] is an active stratovolcano covering almost the entirety of Matua Island in the Kuril Islands , R

#13 Three Crosses

Three Crosses ( Lithuanian : Trys kryžiai , Polish : Góra Trzykrzyska ) is a prominent monument in Vilnius , Lithuania , on the Hill of Three Crosses, originally known as the Bald Hill ( Lithuanian : Plikasis kalnas ), in Kalnai Park . According to a legend, which finds its source in some historic e

#14 Rishi Kot

Rishi Kot is a mountain of the Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand India. Rishi Kot means “the Rishis’ fortress”. [3] The elevation of Rishi Kot is 6,236 metres (20,459   ft) and its prominence is 436 metres (1,430   ft) . It is 134th joint highest located entirely within the Uttrakhand. Nanda Devi , is

#15 Nanga Parbat

Nanga Parbat ( Urdu : نَنگا پربت ) ( Urdu:   [nəŋɡa pərbət̪] ; lit.   ' naked mountain ' ), known locally as Diamer ( دیامر ) which means “king of the mountains”, is the ninth-highest mountain on Earth, its summit at 8,126   m (26,660   ft) above sea level. [2] Lying immediately southeast of the nor

#16 Mount Johnston (Hong Kong)

Mount Johnston ( Chinese: 玉桂山), also known as Yuk Kwai Shan, is a hill located on the island of Ap Lei Chau in Hong Kong . The hill is 196m in height and is a popular site for hiking. Summit of Yuk Kwai Shan Mount Johnston, Hong Kong 玉桂山 View of Mount Johnston Highest   point Elevation 196   m (643

#17 Lassen Peak

Lassen Peak , commonly referred to as Mount Lassen , is a lava dome volcano and the southernmost active volcano in the Cascade Range of the Western United States . Located in the Shasta Cascade region of Northern California , it is part of the Cascade Volcanic Arc , which stretches from southwestern

#18 Mount Logan

Mount Logan ( / ˈ l oʊ ɡ ən / ) is the highest mountain in Canada and the second-highest peak in North America after Denali . The mountain was named after Sir William Edmond Logan , a Canadian geologist and founder of the Geological Survey of Canada (GSC). Mount Logan is located within Kluane Nation

#19 Buckland Beacon

Buckland Beacon is a granite tor and conical beacon, near to the village of Buckland-in-the-Moor on Dartmoor , England. It is well known for its Ten Commandments Stones, [1] which are inscribed on its south eastern edge. It stands at 382 metres (1,253   ft) above sea level, overlooking the Dart Vall

#20 Buffalo Ridge

Buffalo Ridge is a large expanse of rolling hills in the southeastern part of the larger Coteau des Prairies . It stands 1,995   feet (608   m) above sea level. The Buffalo Ridge is sixty miles (97   km) long and runs through Lincoln , Pipestone , Murray , Nobles , and Rock counties in the southwest

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Grand Coulee Dam

Grand Coulee Dam is a concrete gravity dam on the Columbia River in the U.S. state of Washington , built to produce hydroelectric power and provide irrigation water. Constructed between 1933 and 1942, Grand Coulee originally had only two powerhouses. The third powerhouse ("Nat"), completed in 1974 t

#2 Lake Delton

Lake Delton is a man-made freshwater lake in Sauk County in central Wisconsin . For much of 2008, it was a mostly empty lake basin after a portion of a county highway that forms part of the dike wall eroded on June 9, 2008, under the pressure of floods in the area . The resulting washout caused the

#3 Baynards Park

Baynards Park is a 2,000 acres (810   ha) estate and site of a demolished country house with extant outbuildings, privately owned, in the south of the parishes of Cranleigh and Ewhurst , Surrey . Privately owned park in Surrey, England Longhurst Lodge , a disused gatehouse on the Baynards Park Estat

#4 Einsiedel Dam

Einsiedel Dam ( German : Talsperre Einsiedel ) is located in the German Free State of Saxony . Its reservoir supplies drinking water to Chemnitz and, in conjunction with the Central Ore Mountains reservoir system, that includes the reservoirs of Neunzehnhain I , II and Saidenbach also supplies water

#5 Boston & Roxbury Mill Dam

The Boston & Roxbury Mill Dam was an engineering project in Boston's Back Bay . Commissioned in 1814, the project intended to enclose the Back Bay basin and utilize the flowing tidal waters for industrial production. Constructing the dam would allow water to reliably flow from the Charles River to t

#6 Yamhill River lock and dam

The Yamhill River lock and dam was completed in 1900. It was built near Lafayette, Oregon , to allow better river transport on the Yamhill River from Dayton , to McMinnville, Oregon . While the Corps of Engineers had recommended against construction of the lock, it was built anyway, largely as a res

#7 Meadow Lake, Nevada County, California

Meadow Lake (previously: Excelsior ; Summit City ) was a historic mining town in Nevada County , California . It was located on the southwest shore of Meadow Lake, about 18 miles northwest of Truckee as the crow flies. Situated at an elevation of 7,290   ft (2,220   m) above sea level , [2] the rese

#8 Attabad Lake

Attabad Lake ( Urdu : عطا آباد جھیل ) is a lake located in the Gojal region of Hunza Valley in Gilgit−Baltistan , Pakistan . It was created in January 2010 as the result of a major landslide in Attabad . [1] [2] The lake has become one of the biggest tourist attractions in Gilgit−Baltistan , offerin

#9 Gavins Point Dam

Gavins Point Dam is a 1.9   mi (3   km) long embankment rolled-earth and chalk-fill dam which spans the Missouri River and impounds Lewis and Clark Lake . The dam joins Cedar County, Nebraska with Yankton County, South Dakota a distance of 811.1 river miles (1,305   km) upstream of St. Louis, Missou

#10 Seven Seas Lagoon

The Seven Seas Lagoon is a man-made lake at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida , near Orlando . Located south of the Magic Kingdom theme park, the Seven Seas Lagoon serves as a natural buffer between the Magic Kingdom and its parking lot and connects with the adjacent Bay Lake . The l

#11 Aasee (Münster)

A lake in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany Body of water Aasee Aasee Location Münster , North Rhine-Westphalia Coordinates 51°56′58″N 7°36′12.65″E Type artificial lake Primary inflows Münstersche Aa Primary outflows Münstersche Aa Basin   countries Germany Surface area 0.402   km 2 (0.155   sq   mi)

#12 Myall Lakes

Myall Lakes , a series of fresh water lakes protected under the Ramsar Convention , are located within the Mid-Coast Council local government area in the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales , Australia. Lakes in New South Wales, Australia Not to be confused with Myall Lakes National Park , Mya

#13 Zuiderzee Works

The Zuiderzee Works ( Dutch : Zuiderzeewerken ) is a man-made system of dams and dikes , land reclamation and water drainage work, in total the largest hydraulic engineering project undertaken by the Netherlands during the twentieth century. The project involved the damming of the Zuiderzee , a larg

#14 Lake Winnipeg

Lake Winnipeg ( French : Lac Winnipeg , Ojibwe : ᐑᓂᐸᑲᒥᐠᓴᑯ˙ᑯᐣ , romanized:   Weenipagamiksaguygun ) is a very large, relatively shallow 24,514-square-kilometre (9,465   sq   mi) lake in North America , in the province of Manitoba , Canada . Its southern end is about 55 kilometres (34   mi) north of t

#15 Shihmen Dam

Shihmen Dam ( Chinese : 石門水庫 ; lit. 'Stone Gate Dam' ; also spelled Shimen or Shihman ) is a major rock fill dam across the Dahan River in northern Taoyuan City . It forms the Shihmen Reservoir ( 石門水庫 ), Taiwan's third largest reservoir or artificial lake. It provides irrigation in Taoyuan, flood co

#16 Plitvice Lakes National Park

Plitvice Lakes National Park ( Croatian : Nacionalni park Plitvička jezera , colloquially Plitvice , pronounced   [plîtʋitse] ) is one of the oldest and largest national parks in Croatia . [2] In 1979, Plitvice Lakes National Park was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list, due to its outstandi

#17 Trout Lake (Colorado)

Trout Lake is a lake located in southeast San Miguel County , Colorado , in Uncompahgre National Forest . Trout Lake is a 15-minute drive from Ophir via Colorado State Highway 145 and a 30-minute drive from Telluride . Body of water Trout Lake Looking southeast towards Trout Lake with Yellow Mountai

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River / River

#1 Wisbech Canal

The Wisbech Canal was a broad canal from Wisbech , Isle of Ely in the Fenland area of Cambridgeshire , England . It ran from the River Nene at Wisbech to the Well Creek at Outwell now in Norfolk , which gave access to the River Great Ouse . It was abandoned in 1926 and filled in during the 1970s. Br

#2 Xiang River

The Xiang River is the chief river of the Lake Dongting drainage system of the middle Yangtze , the largest river in Hunan Province , China . It is the 2nd largest tributary (after Min River ) in terms of surface runoff , the 5th largest tributary by drainage area of the Yangtze tributaries . [ cita

#3 Cuyahoga River

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

#4 Chaudière Falls

The Chaudière Falls , also known as the Kana:tso or Akikodjiwan Falls , are a set of cascades and waterfall in the centre of the Ottawa - Gatineau metropolitan area in Canada where the Ottawa River narrows between a rocky escarpment on both sides of the river. The location is just west of the Chaudi

#5 Beartrap Hollow

Beartrap Hollow (also known as Bear Trap Hollow ) is a tributary of White Deer Hole Creek in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania , in the United States. It is approximately 1.5 miles (2.4   km) long and flows through Washington Township . [1] The watershed of the stream has an area of 0.42 square miles (1

#6 Nicaragua Canal

The Nicaraguan Canal ( Spanish : Canal de Nicaragua ), formally the Nicaraguan Canal and Development Project (also referred to as the Nicaragua Grand Canal , or the Grand Interoceanic Canal ) was a proposed shipping route through Nicaragua to connect the Caribbean Sea (and therefore the Atlantic Oce

#7 Glastonbury Canal

The Glastonbury Canal ran for approximately 14 miles (23   km) through two locks from Glastonbury to Highbridge in Somerset , England , where it entered the River Parrett and from there the Bristol Channel . The canal was authorised by Parliament in 1827 and opened in 1834. [1] It was operated by Th

#8 Glasgow, Paisley and Johnstone Canal

The Glasgow, Paisley and Ardrossan Canal , later known as the Glasgow, Paisley and Johnstone Canal , was a canal in the west of Scotland, running between Glasgow , Paisley and Johnstone which later became a railway. Despite the name, the canal was never completed down to Ardrossan , the termini bein

#9 Didessa River

The Didessa River (pronounced: ɗeɗ:e:s:a; Oromo : Dhedheessa ) is a river in western Ethiopia . A tributary of the Abay River , it rises in the mountains of Gomma , flowing in a northwestern direction to its confluence where the course of the Abay has curved to its southernmost point before turning

#10 Siuslaw jetties

The Siuslaw jetties ( / s aɪ ˈ j uː s l ɔː / sy- YOO -slaw ) [1] at Florence, Oregon , in the United States, are parallel rubble-mound structures at the entrance of the Siuslaw River , bounding the north and south banks and protecting the navigation channel. The jetties extend into the Pacific Ocean

#11 High Shoals Falls

High Shoals Falls is a waterfall in Burke County , North Carolina . Waterfall in Burke County, in the South Mountains of North Carolina High Shoals Falls High Shoals Falls, April 2006 Location South Mountains State Park , Burke County , in the South Mountains of North Carolina Coordinates 35.594419°

#12 Droitwich Canal

The Droitwich Canal is a synthesis of two canals in Worcestershire , England ; the Droitwich Barge Canal and the Droitwich Junction Canal . The Barge Canal is a broad canal which opened in 1771 linking Droitwich Spa to the River Severn at Hawford Bottom Lock , Claines . The Droitwich Junction Canal

#13 Dudley Tunnel

Dudley Tunnel is a canal tunnel on the Dudley Canal Line No 1 , England . At about 3,172 yards (2,900.5   m) long, it is now the second longest canal tunnel on the UK canal network today. ( Standedge Tunnel is the longest, at 5,456 yards (4,989.0   m) , and the 3,931 yards (3,594.5   m) Higham and S

#14 Canajoharie Creek

The Canajoharie Creek ( / ˌ k æ n ə dʒ ə ˈ h ɛər i / ) is a river that flows into the Mohawk River in the Village of Canajoharie in the U.S. State of New York . [3] The name "Canajoharie" is a Mohawk language term meaning "the pot that washes itself", referring to the "Canajoharie Boiling Pot", a 20

#15 Fraser River

The Fraser River / ˈ f r eɪ z ər / is the longest river within British Columbia , Canada, rising at Fraser Pass near Blackrock Mountain in the Rocky Mountains and flowing for 1,375 kilometres (854   mi) , into the Strait of Georgia just south of the City of Vancouver . [5] [9] It is the 11th longest

#16 Mill Creek (Roaring Creek tributary)

Mill Creek is a tributary of Roaring Creek in Columbia County, Pennsylvania , in the United States. It is approximately 3.1 miles (5.0   km) long and flows through Roaring Creek Township and Locust Township . [1] The watershed of the creek has an area of 4.98 square miles (12.9   km 2 ) . The creek

#17 Runcorn and Weston Canal

The Runcorn and Weston Canal was a short canal near Runcorn in Cheshire , England, constructed to link the Weston Canal, which is part of the River Weaver Navigation, to the Bridgewater Canal and Runcorn Docks . It was completed in 1859, but was little used. Around half of it became the Arnold Dock

#18 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

#19 Rivière de la Somme

The Rivière de la Somme is a watercourse flowing in the municipalities of Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier and Shannon , in the La Jacques-Cartier Regional County Municipality , in the administrative region of Capitale-Nationale , in Quebec , in Canada. For other uses, see Somme . River in Quebec, Canada

#20 Willow Creek (Columbia River tributary)

Willow Creek is a 79-mile (127   km) long tributary of the Columbia River , located in the U.S. state of Oregon . It drains 880 square miles (2,279   km 2 ) of Morrow and Gilliam counties. Arising in the Blue Mountains , it flows generally northwest to its confluence with the Columbia River upstream

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Sea / Sea

#1 Sea of Azov

The Sea of Azov ( Russian : Азовское море , romanized :   Azovskoye more ; Ukrainian : Азовське море , romanized :   Azovs’ke more ) [3] is a sea in Eastern Europe connected to the Black Sea by the narrow (about 4   km or 2.5   mi ) Strait of Kerch , and is sometimes regarded as a northern extension

#2 Clew Bay

Clew Bay ( / ˈ k l uː / ; Irish : Cuan Mó ) is a natural ocean bay in County Mayo , Republic of Ireland . It contains Ireland's best example of sunken drumlins . Body of water Clew Bay Overlooking Murrisk and Clew Bay Location County Mayo Coordinates 53°50′N 9°48′W Native name Cuan Mó     ( Irish )

#3 Sandusky Bay

Sandusky Bay is a bay on Lake Erie in northern Ohio , formed at the mouth of the Sandusky River . It was identified as Lac Sandouské on a 1718 French map, with early variations recorded that suggest the name was derived from Native American languages. The Thomas A. Edison Memorial Bridge was constru

#4 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

#5 Hangzhou Bay

Hangzhou Bay , or the Bay of Hangzhou ( simplified Chinese : 杭州湾 ; traditional Chinese : 杭州灣 ; pinyin : Hángzhōu Wān ; Hangzhou Wu : han-tsei uae ), is a funnel-shaped inlet of the East China Sea , bordered by the province of Zhejiang and the municipality of Shanghai , which lies north of the Bay. T

#6 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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