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Coast / Coast

#1 Zamboanga Peninsula

Zamboanga Peninsula ( Tagalog : Tangway ng Zamboanga ; Chavacano : Peninsula de Zamboanga ; Cebuano : Lawis sa Zamboanga ) is an administrative region in the Philippines , designated as Region IX . It consists of three provinces ( Zamboanga del Norte , Zamboanga Sibugay and Zamboanga del Sur ) inclu

#2 Redwood National and State Parks

The Redwood National and State Parks ( RNSP ) are a complex of one national park and three state parks, cooperatively managed, located in the United States along the coast of northern California . Comprising Redwood National Park (established 1968) and California's State Parks: Del Norte Coast , Jed

#3 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 .

#4 Salinas, Ecuador

Salinas is a coastal city located in the Province of Santa Elena , Ecuador . It is the seat of the canton that bears its name. The westernmost city on mainland Ecuador, Salinas is an important tourist center. Salinas, Ecuador's largest coastal resort, offers one of the country's best real estate inv

#5 Concepcion, Romblon

Concepcion , officially the Municipality of Concepcion ( Asi : Banwa it Concepcion , Filipino : Bayan ng Concepcion ), is a 6th class municipality in the province of Romblon , Philippines . Located in the island of Maestro de Campo . According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 3,561 people.

#6 Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula is a peninsula located south of Melbourne , Victoria , Australia . It is surrounded by Port Phillip to the west, Western Port to the east and Bass Strait to the south, and is connected to the mainland in the north. Geographically, the peninsula begins its protrusion from the

#7 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,

#8 Emerald Coast

The Emerald Coast is an unofficial name for the coastal area in the US state of Florida on the Gulf of Mexico that stretches about 100 miles (160   km) through five counties, Escambia , Santa Rosa , Okaloosa , Walton , and Bay , which include Pensacola Beach, Navarre Beach, Fort Walton Beach, Destin

#9 Bal Harbour, Florida

Bal Harbour is a village in Miami-Dade County, Florida . The population was 3,093 at the 2020 US Census . Not to be confused with Bar Harbor, Maine . Village in Florida, United States Bal Harbour, Florida Village Collins Avenue in Bal Harbour Flag Location of Bal Harbour in Miami-Dade County, Florid

#10 Subic, Zambales

Subic , officially the Municipality of Subic ( Ilocano : Ili ti Subic ; Tagalog : Bayan ng Subic ), is a 1st class municipality in the province of Zambales , Philippines . According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 111,912 people.   [3] This article is about the municipality. For other use

#11 San Juan, Batangas

San Juan , officially the Municipality of San Juan ( Tagalog : Bayan ng San Juan ), is a 1st class municipality in the province of Batangas , Philippines . According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 114,068 people.   [3] Municipality in Calabarzon Municipality in Calabarzon, Philippines Sa

#12 Bicol Region

Bicol , known formally as the Bicol Region or colloquially as Bicolandia ( Central Bikol : Rehiyon kan Bikol ; Rinconada Bikol : Rehiyon ka Bikol ; Waray Sorsogon , Masbateño : Rehiyon san Bikol ; Tagalog : Rehiyon ng Bikol ), is an administrative region of the Philippines , designated as Region V .

#13 Tai Long Sai Wan

Sai Wan ( Chinese : 西灣 ; lit. 'West Bay' ) is a beach in Sai Kung Peninsula , Hong Kong . To distinguish it from other bays and beaches of the same name , it is commonly known as Tai Long Sai Wan , as it is one of the four main beaches of Tai Long Wan . It came first in the Hong Kong Best 10 Scenic

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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 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 Dadan Island

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

#4 Dinagat Islands

The Dinagat Islands ( Cebuano : Mga Pulo sa Dinagat ; Surigaonon : Mga Puyo nan Dinagat ; Kabalian : Mga Puyo san Dinagat ; Waray : Mga Purô han Dinagat ; Filipino : Mga Islang Dinagat [4] ) are a group of islands constituting a province in the Caraga region in the Philippines , located on the south

#5 Kiriwina

Kiriwina is the largest of the Trobriand Islands , with an area of 290.5   km². [1] It is part of the Milne Bay Province of Papua New Guinea . Most of the 12,000 people who live in the Trobriands live on Kiriwina. The Kilivila language , also known as Kiriwina, is spoken on the island. The main town

#6 Cocos (Keeling) Islands

The Cocos (Keeling) Islands ( Cocos Islands Malay : Pulu Kokos (Keeling) ), officially the Territory of Cocos (Keeling) Islands ( / ˈ k oʊ k ə s / ; [4] [5] Cocos Islands Malay : Pulu Kokos (Keeling) ), are an Australian external territory in the Indian Ocean , comprising a small archipelago approxi

#7 Naval Base Woodlark Island

Naval Base Woodlark Island was a United States Navy base built during World War II on Woodlark Island on Papua New Guinea . The US Navy built a PT boat base, boat repair depot, and harbor facilities at the city of Guasopa to support the Pacific War in 1943. The Harbor facilities was also built to su

#8 Shetland

Shetland , also called the Shetland Islands and formerly Zetland , is a subarctic archipelago in Scotland lying at a confluence between Orkney , the Faroe Islands and Norway . It is the northernmost region of the United Kingdom . Archipelago in the Northern Atlantic For other uses, see Shetland (dis

#9 St. Joseph Island (Ontario)

St. Joseph Island is in the northwestern part of Lake Huron . It is part of the Canadian province of Ontario . At 365   km 2 (141   sq   mi) in area, it is the sixth largest lake island in the world; the second largest island on Lake Huron, following Manitoulin Island ; and the third largest of all

#10 Rendova Island

Rendova is an island in the Western Province of the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific , east of Papua New Guinea . Rendova NASA image of Rendova Geography Location South Pacific Coordinates 8°32′00″S 157°20′00″E Archipelago New Georgia Islands Area 411.3   km 2 (158.8   sq   mi) Length 40   km (2

#11 Isle of the Dead (Tasmania)

Isle of the Dead is an island, about 1 hectare (2.5 acres) in area, adjacent to Port Arthur, Tasmania , Australia. It is historically significant since it retains an Aboriginal coastal shell midden , one of the first recorded sea-level benchmarks , and one of the few preserved Australian convict -pe

#12 Kinmen

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

#13 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

#14 Waiheke Island

Waiheke Island ( / w aɪ ˈ h ɛ k iː / ; Māori : [ˈwaihɛkɛ] ) is the second-largest island (after Great Barrier Island ) in the Hauraki Gulf of New Zealand . Its ferry terminal in Matiatia Bay at the western end is 21.5   km (13.4   mi) from the central-city terminal in Auckland . Island in the Haurak

#15 Midway Atoll

Midway Atoll ( colloquial : Midway Islands ; Hawaiian : Kauihelani , lit.   ' the backbone of heaven ' ; Pihemanu , ' the loud din of birds ' ) [2] [3] is a 2.4   sq   mi (6.2   km 2 ) atoll in the North Pacific Ocean. Midway Atoll is an insular area of the United States and is an unorganized and un

#16 Harriersand

Harriersand is a river island located in the lower reaches of the Weser in Germany. [2] Harriersand Harriersand Location in Germany Geography Location Weser Coordinates 53°18′N 8°30′E Area 6   km 2 (2.3   sq   mi) Length 11   km (6.8   mi) Administration Germany Demographics Population 68 (2018) [1]

#17 Aeolian Islands

The Aeolian Islands ( / iː ˈ oʊ l i ən / ee- OH -lee-ən ; Italian : Isole Eolie [ˈiːzole eˈɔːlje] ; Sicilian : Ìsuli Eoli ), sometimes referred to as the Lipari Islands or Lipari group ( / ˈ l ɪ p ə r i / LIP -ə-ree , Italian:   [ˈliːpari] ) after their largest island , are a volcanic archipelago in

#18 Visayas

The Visayas ( / v ɪ ˈ s aɪ ə z / viss- EYE -əz ), or the Visayan Islands [2] ( Visayan : Kabisay-an , locally   [kabiˈsajʔan] ; Tagalog : Kabisayaan [kɐbɪˈsɐjɐʔɐn] ), are one of the three principal geographical divisions of the Philippines , along with Luzon and Mindanao . Located in the central par

#19 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

#20 Sombrero, Anguilla

Sombrero , also known as Hat Island , is part of the British Overseas Territory of Anguilla and is the northernmost island of the Lesser Antilles . [lower-alpha 1] It lies 54   km (34   mi) north-west of Anguilla across the Dog and Prickly Pear Passage. The distance to Dog Island , the next nearest

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Mount Washington

Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeastern United States at 6,288.2   ft (1,916.6   m) and the most topographically prominent mountain east of the Mississippi River . Highest mountain in Northeastern United States For other uses, see Mount Washington (disambiguation) and List of peaks

#2 Geospatial summary of the High Peaks/Summits of the Juneau Icefield

The geospatial summary of the High Peaks/Summits of the Juneau Icefield is a compilation of the basic geospatial properties (location, elevation and prominence) of the peaks/summits within the general area of the Juneau Icefield located North and East of Juneau, Alaska extending north to Skagway, Al

#3 Pico Blanco

Pico Blanco is a peak on the coast of Big Sur in the Santa Lucia Range of the Los Padres National Forest . The Little Sur River and its tributaries almost surround the mountain. The North Fork wraps around the northern flank and eastern edge of the mountain, and the South Fork crosses the mountain t

#4 Rampisham Down

Rampisham Down is a chalk hill in the Dorset Downs , eight miles north west of Dorchester in west Dorset , England . The highest part of the hill is 221   metres (720   feet). To the north east of the hill is the Frome valley and the village of Rampisham , to the south west is the Hooke valley and t

#5 Parnitha

Mount Parnitha ( Greek : Πάρνηθα , pronounced   [ˈparniθa] , Katharevousa and Ancient Greek : Πάρνης Parnis / Parnes ; sometimes Parnetha ) is a densely forested mountain range north of Athens , the highest on the peninsula of Attica , with an elevation of 1,413 m, and a summit known as Karavola (Κα

#6 Gipmochi

Gipmochi ( Gyemo Chen or Gamochen , 'The Great Queen') [2] is a mountain in the Lower Himalayas in south central Asia. [3] Rising to a height of 14,523 feet (4,427   m) , [1] the mountain sits on the border between the northern Indian state of Sikkim and Bhutan . China claims Gipmochi as the China–I

#7 List of volcanic eruptions in Iceland

This is an incomplete list of volcanic eruptions in Iceland . Iceland Mid-Atlantic Ridge map Volcanic systems in Iceland Katla 1918 Askja caldera in 1984 Krafla, 1984 Bárðarbunga, Nornahraun-Holuhraun 2014 People on the slopes of Fagradalsfjall, watching the Geldingadalir eruption 2021. Keilir with

#8 Pinaleño Mountains

The Pinaleño Mountains (in Yavapai : Walkame —"pine mountains" or in Western Apache : Dził Nnilchí' Diyiléé —"pine-burdened mountain"), are a remote mountain range in southeastern Arizona, near Safford (Ich'į' Nahiłtį́į́) , Arizona . The mountains have over 7,000 feet (2,100   m) of vertical relief,

#9 Rammelsberg

The Rammelsberg is a mountain, 635 metres (2,083   ft) high, on the northern edge of the Harz range, south of the historic town of Goslar in the North German state of Lower Saxony . The mountain is the location of an important silver, copper, and lead mine , the only mine which had been working cont

#10 Mount Vernon, Singapore

Mount Vernon ( Chinese : 翡珑山; Malay : Gunung Vernon ) is a small hill in central Singapore west of Potong Pasir and north of MacPherson Estate . Officially named in 1956, it is circumscribed by Bartley Road , Upper Aljunied Road, Upper Serangoon Road , and Upper Paya Lebar Road. It is named after Br

#11 Torre Cerredo

Torre Cerredo , also called Torrecerredo or Torre de Cerredo ( Asturian : La Torre Cerréu ), is the highest peak of the Cantabrian Mountains , northern Spain . With a prominence of 1,931 m, it is an ultra-prominent peak and the third most prominent peak of the Iberian Peninsula . This article needs

#12 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

#13 Sentinel Rock

Sentinel Rock is a granitic peak in Yosemite National Park , California , United States . It towers over Yosemite Valley , opposite Yosemite Falls . [5] Sentinel Rock lies 0.7 miles (1.1   km) northwest of Sentinel Dome . Sentinel Rock is a granitic peak in Yosemite National Park, California, United

#14 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

#15 Table Rock (Ada County, Idaho)

Table Rock is a mountain pillar [1] in the western United States , located just south-east of downtown Boise, Idaho , in the foothills of the Boise Range of the Rocky Mountains . Its summit elevation of 3,650 feet (1,115   m) above sea level is 900 feet (275   m) above the city center. Boise Locatio

#16 Doldenhorn

The Doldenhorn is a mountain of the Bernese Alps , overlooking Kandersteg in the Bernese Oberland . On its north side is Lake Oeschinen . Mountain in Switzerland Doldenhorn A drawing by Abraham Roth who was one of the first to climb it Highest   point Elevation 3,638   m (11,936   ft) Prominence 654

#17 Pic des Spijeoles

The Pic des Spijeoles is a French pyrenean summit, culminating at 3,065   m (10,056   ft) . Pic des Spijeoles View of Spijeoles from the Grand Quayrat Highest   point Elevation 3,065   m (10,056   ft) Prominence 145   m (476   ft)   Coordinates 42°42′39″N 0°29′05″E Geography Pic des Spijeoles Locati

#18 Mount Greylock

Mount Greylock is a 3,489-foot (1,063-meter) mountain located in the northwest corner of Massachusetts and is the highest point in the state. Its summit is in the western part of the town of Adams (near its border with Williamstown ) in Berkshire County . Technically, Mount Greylock is geologically

#19 Mount Blachnitzky

Mount Blachnitzky is a 6,552   ft (2,000   m) mountain summit in the city and borough of Juneau , Alaska , United States. It is a part of the Boundary Ranges of the Coast Mountains in western North America. It is located between Gilkey Glacier and Avalanche Canyon; it is named after Klaus Blachnitzk

#20 Mount Thompson (California)

Mount Thompson is a 13,494-foot-elevation (4,113 meter) mountain summit located on the crest of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California , United States. [3] It is situated on the shared boundary of Kings Canyon National Park with John Muir Wilderness , and along the common border of Fresno Co

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Lake Winnebago

Lake Winnebago ( Menominee : Wenepekōw Nepēhsæh , [1] Ojibwe : Wiinibiigoo-zaaga'igan , Oneida : kanyataláheleˀ [2] ) is a shallow freshwater lake in the north central United States , located in east central Wisconsin . At 137,700 acres it is the largest lake entirely within the state, [3] covering

#2 Seneca Lake (New York)

Seneca Lake is the largest of the glacial Finger Lakes of the U.S. state of New York , and the deepest glacial lake entirely within the state. It is promoted as being the lake trout capital of the world, and is host of the National Lake Trout Derby. Because of its depth and relative ease of access,

#3 Three Gorges Dam

The Three Gorges Dam is a hydroelectric gravity dam that spans the Yangtze River by the town of Sandouping , in Yiling District , Yichang , Hubei province, central China , downstream of the Three Gorges . The Three Gorges Dam has been the world's largest power station in terms of installed capacity

#4 Xiluodu Dam

The Xiluodu Dam ( simplified Chinese : 溪洛渡大坝 ; traditional Chinese : 溪洛渡大壩 ; pinyin : Xīluòdù Dàbà ) is an arch dam on the Jinsha River , i.e. the upper course of the Yangtze in China . It is located near the town of Xiluodu in Yongshan County of Yunnan Province but the dam straddles into Leibo Coun

#5 Meander Creek Reservoir

Meander Creek Reservoir is a lake located along Meander Creek in Mahoning County and Trumbull County near Austintown, Ohio . The Meander Creek Reservoir is owned by the Mahoning Valley Sanitary District MVSD and is the largest provider of clean and safe drinking water of Mahoning and Trumbull County

#6 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

#7 Lakeville Lake (Michigan)

Lakeville Lake is an all-sports, 460-acre (190   ha) Oakland County, Michigan lake located in the northeast part of the county in Addison Township . [1] The lake is 68 feet (21   m) deep and is one of the largest lakes in Oakland County. This article relies too much on references to primary sources

#8 St. Francis Dam

The St. Francis Dam was a concrete gravity dam located in San Francisquito Canyon in Los Angeles County , California , United States, built from 1924 to 1926 to serve Los Angeles 's growing water needs. It catastrophically failed in 1928 due to a defective soil foundation and design flaws, triggerin

#9 Tuttle Creek Lake

Tuttle Creek Lake is a reservoir on the Big Blue River 5 miles (8   km) north of Manhattan , in the Flint Hills region of northeast Kansas . It was built and is operated by the Army Corps of Engineers for the primary purpose of flood control. Secondary functions of the project include release of wat

#10 Flaming Gorge Dam

Flaming Gorge Dam is a concrete thin- arch dam on the Green River , a major tributary of the Colorado River , in northern Utah in the United States . Flaming Gorge Dam forms the Flaming Gorge Reservoir , which extends 91 miles (146   km) into southern Wyoming , submerging four distinct gorges of the

#11 Hainan Southwest Power Station

Hainan Southwest Power Station ( Chinese : 海南西南部电厂 [4] ), also known as Hainan Southwest Power Plant, [5] is a Chinese thermal power plant [6] located in Foluo Town (佛罗镇) on the west coast of Ledong Li Autonomous County , Hainan Province , [7] with a total investment of 3.784 billion yuan. [8] Dam i

#12 Cedar Creek Reservoir (Texas)

Cedar Creek Reservoir is a reservoir located in Henderson and Kaufman Counties, Texas ( USA ), 50   miles   (80.5   km) southeast of Dallas . It is built on Cedar Creek , which flows into the Trinity River . Floodwaters are discharged through a gated spillway into a discharge channel that connects t

#13 Charles River Dam Bridge

The Charles River Dam Bridge , officially the Craigie Bridge , [1] also called Craigie's Bridge or the Canal Bridge , is a six-lane bascule bridge across the Charles River in the West End neighborhood of Boston . The bridge, maintained by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (

#14 Greenleaf State Park

Greenleaf State Park is located near Braggs, Oklahoma , and is situated around the 930-acre (3.8   km 2 ) Greenleaf Lake. Greenleaf Lake was built in 1939. [3] There is an 18-mile (29   km) hiking trail that begins inside the park and makes its way around Greenleaf lake and into the adjacent governm

#15 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

#16 Nüümü Hu Hupi

Nüümü Hu Hupi (formerly Squaw Lake ) is a small lake in the eastern Sierra Nevada , near the John Muir Trail in John Muir Wilderness . It is located 1.8 miles (2.9   km) west-northwest of Mount Izaak Walton and 5 miles (8.0   km) north-northeast of Lake Thomas A Edison . at an altitude of 10,315 fee

#17 Lake Norman

Lake Norman is the largest man-made body of fresh water in North Carolina . It was created between 1959 and 1964 [1] as part of the construction of the Cowans Ford Dam by Duke Energy . Man-made lake in North Carolina, United States This article's lead section may be too short to adequately summarize

#18 Oil sands tailings ponds (Canada)

Oil sands tailings ponds are engineered dam and dyke systems used to capture oil sand tailings . Oil sand tailings contain a mixture of salts, suspended solids and other dissolvable chemical compounds such as acids, benzene , hydrocarbons [1] residual bitumen , fine silts and water. [2] Large volume

#19 Newcastle Reservoirs

Newcastle Reservoirs are heritage-listed former and disused reservoirs , now used for public tours, at 51 Brown Street, The Hill , City of Newcastle , New South Wales , Australia. They were designed by Cecil West Darley and the NSW Public Works Department and built from 1880 to 1918 by the Public Wo

#20 Red Bluff Reservoir

Red Bluff Reservoir is a reservoir on the Pecos River 40 miles (64   km) north of Pecos, Texas . The reservoir extends into Loving and Reeves Counties in Texas, and Eddy County in New Mexico . The northern shoreline of the reservoir is the lowest point in the state of New Mexico. The reservoir was f

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River / River

#1 Derby Canal

The Derby Canal ran 14 miles (23   km) from the Trent and Mersey Canal at Swarkestone to Derby and Little Eaton , and to the Erewash Canal at Sandiacre , in Derbyshire , England. The canal was authorised by an Act of Parliament in 1793 and was fully completed in 1796. It featured a level crossing of

#2 Yellow River

The Yellow River or Huang He (Chinese: 黄河 , Mandarin : Huáng hé [xwa ̌ ŋ   xɤ ̌ ] ( listen ) ) is the second-longest river in China , [2] after the Yangtze River , and the sixth-longest river system in the world at the estimated length of 5,464   km (3,395   mi) . [3] Originating in the Bayan Har Mo

#3 Monkland Canal

The Monkland Canal was a 12 + 1 ⁄ 4 -mile-long (19.7   km) canal designed to bring coal from the mining areas of Monklands to Glasgow in Scotland. In the course of a long and difficult construction process, it was opened progressively as short sections were completed, from 1771. It reached Gartcraig

#4 Lower Prospect Canal Reserve

The Lower Prospect Canal Reserve is a heritage-listed former farm and public water supply canal and now bushy corridor and nature reserve stretching 7.7 kilometres (4.8   mi) through the heart of suburban Sydney , New South Wales , Australia . The lineal corridor stretches from Prospect Reservoir to

#5 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

#6 Brown Creek

Brown Creek (also known as Brown's Creek ) is a tributary of the Susquehanna River in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania , in the United States. It is approximately 3.1 miles (5.0   km) long and flows through Larksville and Plymouth . [1] The watershed of the creek has an area of 2.79 square miles (7.2  

#7 Boundary Channel

Boundary Channel is a channel off the Potomac River in Washington, D.C. The channel begins at the northwestern tip of Columbia Island extends southward between Columbia Island and the Virginia shoreline. It curves around the southern tip of Columbia Island before heading northeast to exit into the P

#8 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

#9 Emerald River

The Emerald River is a short river in British Columbia . It is about 6.5 kilometres (4.0   mi) long and drains the waters of Emerald Lake to the Kicking Horse River . [3] The river exits the lake's south end and flows in a southern direction for about 6.5 kilometres (4.0   mi) to its mouth, which is

#10 Palar River

Palar is a river of southern India . It rises in the Nandi Hills in Chikkaballapura district of Karnataka state, [1] and flows 93 kilometres (58   mi) in Karnataka, 33 kilometres (21   mi) in Andhra Pradesh and 222 kilometres (138   mi) in Tamil Nadu before reaching its confluence into the Bay of Be

#11 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

#12 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

#13 San Gabriel River (California)

The San Gabriel River is a mostly urban waterway flowing 58 miles (93   km) [2] southward through Los Angeles and Orange Counties , California in the United States. It is the central of three major rivers draining the Greater Los Angeles Area , the others being the Los Angeles River and Santa Ana Ri

#14 Silver Falls State Park

Silver Falls State Park is a state park in the U.S. state of Oregon , located near Silverton , about 20 miles (32   km) east-southeast of Salem . It is the largest state park in Oregon with an area of more than 9,000 acres (36   km 2 ) , and it includes more than 24 miles (39   km) of walking trails

#15 Industrial Canal

The Industrial Canal is a 5.5 mile (9   km) waterway in New Orleans , Louisiana , United States . The waterway's proper name, as used by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and on NOAA nautical charts , is Inner Harbor Navigation Canal ( IHNC ). The more common "Industrial Canal" name is used locally,

#16 Salmon River Falls

The Salmon River Falls is a 110-foot (34   m) waterfall on the Salmon River in Oswego County , New York in the United States. [1] It is located approximately 15 miles inland from the river's confluence with Lake Ontario within the 112-acre (0.45   km 2 ) Salmon River Falls Unique Area , which is man

#17 Soo Locks

The Soo Locks (sometimes spelled Sault Locks but pronounced "soo") are a set of parallel locks , operated and maintained by the United States Army Corps of Engineers , Detroit District, that enable ships to travel between Lake Superior and the lower Great Lakes . They are located on the St. Marys Ri

#18 Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal

The Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal (sometimes known as the Hereford and Gloucester Canal ) is a canal in the west of England, which ran from Hereford to Gloucester , where it linked to the River Severn . It was opened in two phases in 1798 and 1845, and closed in 1881, when the southern sec

#19 Trexler Run

Trexler Run is a tributary of Little Catawissa Creek in Columbia and Schuylkill counties in Pennsylvania , in the United States. It is approximately 3.4 miles (5.5   km) long and flows through Roaring Creek Township in Columbia County and Union Township in Schuylkill County. [1] The watershed of the

#20 Napa River Flood Project

The Napa River-Napa Creek Flood Protection Project is a Civil Works project of the US Army Corps of Engineers in the city of Napa, California . The Project area includes some 6 miles (10   km) of the Napa River from the Butler Bridge on State Route 29 on the south to Trancas Street on the north. Thi

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#1 Bight of Biafra

The Bight of Biafra (officially Bight of Bonny , in Nigeria) is a bight off the West African coast, in the easternmost part of the Gulf of Guinea . Body of water Bight of Biafra Gulf of Guinea map showing the Bight of Biafra. Bight of Biafra Coordinates 2°50′N 8°0′E Native name Golfo de Biafra     (

#2 Nassau Bay, Papua New Guinea

Nassau Bay is a bay to the south of Salamaua , Morobe Province in the Huon Gulf . The United States Army 's 162nd Infantry Regiment landed at Nassau Bay on the night of the 29–30 June 1943, to set up a beachhead and supply dump for the future push towards recapturing Salamaua . This Papua New Guinea

#3 Inninmore Bay

Inninmore Bay is a small shallow coastal embayment , on a chord of 1.74 miles, on a 215° orientation, in the Morvern peninsula in Lochaber , in the western coast of Scotland , [1] and is some three miles east-south-east of the entrance to Loch Aline . Body of water Inninmore Bay Inninmore Bay. Facin

#4 Pachena Bay

Pachena Bay is located 13   km (8.1   mi) south of Bamfield in Pacific Rim National Park at the southern end of Vancouver Island , British Columbia, Canada. It was the location of a First Nation's village that was destroyed by a tsunami in 1700. Small bay on Vancouver island Body of water Pachena Ba

#5 Ġnejna Bay

Ġnejna Bay ( Maltese pronunciation:   [dʒˈnɛjna] ) is a popular tourist destination located about 1 kilometer from the village of Mġarr on the western coast of Malta . The beach surrounding the bay is mostly sandy. A secluded strip of shore under the steep cliff on the northern side of the bay is a

#6 Gelting Bay

Gelting Bay ( German : Geltinger Bucht , Danish : Gelting Bugt ), sometimes also the Bay of Gelting , is a bight of the Baltic Sea on the northeastern coast of the region of Anglia at the exit to the Flensburg Fjord near the town of Gelting . The bay extends from Habernis in the northwest via Wacker

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