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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 Sword Beach

Sword , commonly known as Sword Beach , was the code name given to one of the five main landing areas along the Normandy coast during the initial assault phase, Operation Neptune , of Operation Overlord , the Allied invasion of German-occupied France that commenced on 6 June 1944. Stretching 8 kilom

#3 Huon Peninsula

Huon Peninsula is a large rugged peninsula on the island of New Guinea in Morobe Province , eastern Papua New Guinea . It is named after French explorer Jean-Michel Huon de Kermadec . The peninsula is dominated by the steep Saruwaged and Finisterre and Cromwell Mountains . The nearest large town is

#4 Bognor Regis

Bognor Regis ( / ˌ b ɒ ɡ n ər ˈ r iː dʒ ɪ s / ), sometimes simply known as Bognor ( / ˌ b ɒ ɡ n ər / ), is a town and seaside resort in West Sussex on the south coast of England, 55.5 miles (89   km) south-west of London , 24 miles (39   km) west of Brighton , 5.81 miles (9   km) south-east of Chich

#5 Rockaway, Queens

The Rockaway Peninsula , commonly referred to as The Rockaways or Rockaway , is a peninsula at the southern edge of the New York City borough of Queens on Long Island , New York . Relatively isolated from Manhattan and other more urban parts of the city, Rockaway became a popular summer retreat in t

#6 Pompano Beach, Florida

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

#7 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

#8 Southsea

Southsea is a seaside resort and a geographic area of Portsmouth , Portsea Island in England . Southsea is located 1.8 miles (2.8   km) to the south of Portsmouth's inner city-centre. Southsea is not a separate town as all of Portsea Island's settlements (including Southsea) were incorporated into t

#9 Indian Harbour Beach, Florida

Indian Harbour Beach is a coastal city in Brevard County , Florida , United States. The population was 8,225 at the 2010 United States Census . [4] It is part of the Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville Metropolitan Statistical Area . It is 3 miles (4.8   km) north of the town of Indialantic and south

#10 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,

#11 St. Pete Beach, Florida

St. Pete Beach (formerly called St. Petersburg Beach) is a coastal city in Pinellas County , Florida . Known as a tourist destination, St. Pete Beach was formed from the towns of Pass-a-Grille , Belle Vista, St. Petersburg Beach and unincorporated Pinellas County.The population was 9,346 at the 2010

#12 Tramore

Tramore ( / t r ə ˈ m ɔː r / ; Irish : Trá Mhór , meaning ' big beach ' ) [2] is a seaside town in County Waterford , on the southeast coast of Ireland . With humble origins as a small fishing village, the area saw rapid development upon the arrival of the railway from Waterford City in 1853. Initia

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Island / Island

#1 Christmas Island

Christmas Island , officially the Territory of Christmas Island , is an Australian external territory comprising the island of the same name. It is located in the Indian Ocean , around 350 kilometres (220   mi) south of Java and Sumatra and around 1,550   km (960   mi) north-west of the closest poin

#2 Mitchells Island

Mitchells Island is the largest of several islands in the mouth of the Manning River . It is roughly triangular in shape and has an area of approximately 130   km 2 (50   sq   mi) . It is bordered on the north by the main channel of the Manning River, on the southwest by Scotts Creek, and on the eas

#3 Massacre Island (Ontario)

Massacre Island , Ontario is a small island in Lake of the Woods , a large lake between the United States and Canada. It is believed that this island was the site where, on June 6, 1736, a mixed group of Teton-Lakota , Dakota , and Ojibwa killed 21 Frenchmen from New France including Jesuit missiona

#4 Curlew Island (South Australia)

Curlew Island is a low mangrove-dominated island located near the head of Spencer Gulf , South Australia . It lies between Port Augusta and Point Lowly and is adjacent to the Playford B Power Station . Several ships ran aground in the shallow waters surrounding the island during the late 1800s and e

#5 Axel Heiberg Island

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

#6 Kiska

Kiska ( Aleut : Qisxa , [1] Russian : Кыска ) is one of the Rat Islands , a group of the Aleutian Islands of Alaska . It is about 22 miles (35   km ) long and varies in width from 1.5 to 6 miles (2.4 to 9.7   km) . It is part of Aleutian Islands Wilderness and as such, special permission is required

#7 Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island ( / ˈ n ɔːr f ə k / , locally / ˈ n ɔːr f oʊ k / ; [8] Norfuk : Norf'k Ailen [9] ) is an external territory of Australia located in the Pacific Ocean between New Zealand and New Caledonia , 1,412 kilometres (877   mi) directly east of Australia's Evans Head and about 900 kilometres (5

#8 Horsey Island

Horsey Island is an island in the parish of Thorpe-le-Soken , Essex . [1] It lies in Hamford Water and is part of the Hamford Water National Nature Reserve, managed by Natural England . Permission is required to visit. [2] Tidal island in Essex, England Not to be confused with Horsea Island . Island

#9 Pinaki (French Polynesia)

' Pinaki,' Te Kiekie or Artomix is a small atoll of the Tuamotu group in French Polynesia . Geographically Pinaki Atoll is part of the East-central subgroup of the Tuamotus, which includes Ahunui , Amanu , Fangatau , Hao and Nukutavake . Atoll in French Polynesia Pinaki NASA satellite image of Pinak

#10 Masirah Island

Masirah Island ( Arabic : جَزِيْرَة مَصِيْرَة , romanized :   Jazīrat Maṣīrah ), also referred to as Mazeira Island or Wilāyat Maṣīrah ( Arabic : وِلَايَة مَصِيْرَة ), is an island off the east coast of mainland Oman in the Arabian Sea , and the largest island of the country. It is 95   km (59   mi)

#11 King Island (Alaska)

King Island ( Inupiaq : Ugiuvak ; Russian : Остров Кинг ) (King's Island in early US sources) is an island in the Bering Sea , west of Alaska. It is about 40 miles (64   km) west of Cape Douglas and is south of Wales, Alaska . Location in Alaska

#12 Funadhoo (Shaviyani Atoll)

Funadhoo ( Dhivehi : ފުނަދޫ) is one of the inhabited islands of the Shaviyani Atoll administrative division and geographically part of the Miladhummadulhu Atoll in the Maldives . Funadhoo is a very common Maldivian place name and is derived from the Dhivehi name for the tree Calophyllum inophyllum (

#13 Ellesmere Island

Ellesmere Island ( Inuktitut : Umingmak Nuna , lit.   ' land of muskoxen ' ; French : île d'Ellesmere ) [3] is Canada's northernmost and third largest island , and the tenth largest in the world. It comprises an area of 196,236   km 2 (75,767   sq   mi) , [4] slightly smaller than Great Britain, and

#14 Îles Saint-Marcouf

Îles Saint-Marcouf comprise two small uninhabited islands off the coast of Normandy , France . They lie in the Baie de la Seine region of the English Channel and are 6.5   km (4.0   mi) east of the coast of the Cotentin peninsula at Ravenoville and 13   km (8   mi) from the island of Tatihou and the

#15 Island of San Simón

The Island of San Simón , which alongside San Antón and other islets, is part of the San Simón archipelago in the Vigo estuary, Spain. The islands are one of five parts of the parish of Cesantes in the municipality of Redondela . As of 2021 [update] , San Simón is uninhabited. [1] [2] Island belongi

#16 St. Pierre Island, Farquhar

St. Pierre Island is a raised reef island west of Providence Atoll and part of Farquhar Group , which belongs to the Outer Islands of the Seychelles . It has a distance of 736   km (457   mi) southwest of the capital, Victoria , on Mahé Island. Island in Seychelles St. Pierre Island Nickname: Île St

#17 Isla de Flores

Isla de Flores is a small Uruguayan island in the Rio de la Plata , 34 kilometres (21   mi) south-east of Punta Carretas , Montevideo , Uruguay . The island and 2 nautical miles of water around it were made a national park on February 26, 2018. [1] Uruguayan isle in the Río de la Plata

#18 Pelham Islands

The Pelham Islands are a group of islands in western Long Island Sound that belonged to Thomas Pell in the 17th century. The islands, and most of the surrounding area, were purchased from the Siwanoy Indians by Pell in 1654, creating Pelham Manor. This large tract of land would eventually become the

#19 Samae San Island

Samae-San Island ( Thai : เกาะแสมสาร ; Ko Samae-San) is a small island in Sattahip District , Chonburi Province of Thailand . Island in Chonburi Province, Thailand Ko Samae San เกาะแสมสาร Island Ko Samae San Coordinates: 12°34′N 100°57′E Country Thailand Province Chonburi Province Amphoe Sattahip El

#20 Elugelab

Elugelab , or Elugelap ( Marshallese : Āllokļap , [ællʲoɡʷ(o)lˠɑpʲ] [1] ), was an island , part of the Enewetak Atoll in the Marshall Islands . It was destroyed by the world's first true hydrogen bomb test on 1 November 1952, a test which was codenamed shot " Mike " of Operation Ivy . Prior to being

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Kalabaland Dhura

Kalabaland Dhura is a mountain of the Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand India. It situated at the head of Kalabaland Glacier. The elevation of Kalabaland Dhura is 6,105 metres (20,030   ft) and its prominence is 270 metres (886   ft) . It is 158th highest located entirely within the Uttrakhand. Nanda

#2 Sierra de la Laguna

The Sierra de la Laguna is a mountain range at the southern end of the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico , and is the southernmost range of the Peninsular Ranges System. Mountain range at the southern end of the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico Sierra de la Laguna View from El Picacho. Highest

#3 Jaonli

Jaonli is a 6,632-metre peak in the Gangotri range of Garhwal Himalaya . [2] [3] It was first climbed in 1965 by The Doon School expedition team led by Hari Dang . [4] [5] Garhwal Himalaya peak Jaonli Jaonli is the left-most snow-covered peak Highest   point Elevation 6,632   m (21,759   ft) Listing

#4 Mount Jimmy Jimmy

Mount Jimmy Jimmy is a 2,208-metre (7,244   ft) glaciated mountain located in the Coast Mountains in southwestern British Columbia , Canada . It is situated 32 kilometres (20   mi) northwest of Squamish , and 10   km (6   mi) northwest of Ossa Mountain , which is its nearest higher peak. Mt. Jimmy J

#5 Mont Blanc

Mont Blanc ( French : Mont Blanc [mɔ̃ blɑ̃] ; Italian : Monte Bianco [ˈmonte ˈbjaŋko] , both meaning "white mountain") is the highest mountain in the Alps and Western Europe , rising 4,807.81   m (15,774   ft) above sea level. [3] It is the second-most prominent mountain in Europe, after Mount Elbru

#6 Novarupta

Novarupta (meaning "newly erupted" [2] in Latin ) is a volcano that was formed in 1912, located on the Alaska Peninsula on a slope of Trident Volcano in Katmai National Park and Preserve , about 290 miles (470   km) southwest of Anchorage . Formed during the largest volcanic eruption of the 20th cen

#7 King Peak (Yukon)

King Peak (sometimes called Mount King) is the fourth-highest mountain in Canada and the ninth-highest peak in North America . Situated just west of Mount Logan (highest in Canada), in Yukon , it is considered a satellite peak of the massive mountain. Mountain in Canada For other uses, see King Peak

#8 Box Hill, Surrey

Box Hill is a summit of the North Downs in Surrey , approximately 31   km (19   mi) south-west of London . The hill gets its name from the ancient box woodland found on the steepest west-facing chalk slopes overlooking the River Mole . The western part of the hill is owned and managed by the Nationa

#9 Omega Mountain

Omega Mountain is a 1,918-metre (6,293-foot) summit located in the Tantalus Range , in Tantalus Provincial Park , in southwestern British Columbia , Canada . It is situated 10   km (6   mi) northwest of Squamish , and 8.2   km (5   mi) southeast of Mount Tantalus , which is the highest peak in the T

#10 Mount Davis (Pennsylvania)

Mount Davis ( 3,213   ft or 979   m ) is the highest point in Pennsylvania . Located in the 5,685-acre (2,301   ha) Forbes State Forest near the hamlet of Markleton in Elk Lick Township , Somerset County ; it lies on a gentle crest of a 30-mile (50   km) ridge line extending from central Somerset Co

#11 Dent d'Oche

The Dent d'Oche is a mountain in the Haute-Savoie region of France , in the Chablais massif, near the Swiss-French border, that rises to 2,221   m (7,287   ft) in altitude. It towers above Évian , Thonon , and Lake Geneva . It offers a view of the French and Swiss Alps and the Swiss prealps. Mountai

#12 Wunaamin Miliwundi Ranges

The Wunaamin Miliwundi Ranges , [1] formerly known as the King Leopold Ranges between 1879 and 2020, are a range of hills in the western Kimberley region of Western Australia . Mountain range in Western Australia Margaret River where it cuts through the range There are two conservation parks within

#13 Mount Katmai

Mount Katmai ( Russian : Катмай ) is a large stratovolcano (composite volcano) on the Alaska Peninsula in southern Alaska , located within Katmai National Park and Preserve . It is about 6.3 miles (10   km) in diameter with a central lake-filled caldera about two by three miles (3.2 by 4.8   km) in

#14 Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes

The Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes is a valley within Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska which is filled with ash flow from the eruption of Novarupta on June 6–8, 1912. [1] Following the eruption, thousands of fumaroles vented steam from the ash. Robert F. Griggs , who explored the volcano '

#15 Soputan

Soputan is a stratovolcano in Indonesia. It is on the northern arm of Sulawesi island and rises to an elevation of 1,785   m (5,853   ft). The geologically young and mostly unvegetated cone is primarily constructed of andesite and basalt rock. It sits on the southern rim of the Tondano caldera , whi

#16 Rabaul caldera

The Rabaul caldera , or Rabaul Volcano , is a large volcano on the tip of the Gazelle Peninsula in East New Britain , Papua New Guinea , and derives its name from the town of Rabaul inside the caldera . The caldera has many sub-vents, Tavurvur being the most well known for its devastating eruptions

#17 Monte Cinto

Monte Cinto ( Corsican : Monte Cintu ) is the highest mountain on the island of Corsica , a region of France . Highest mountain on the island of Corsica This article needs additional citations for verification . ( May 2007 ) Monte Cinto Monte Cinto from Capu Biancu (2,562 m) Highest   point Elevatio

#18 Pelion Mountain

Pelion Mountain is a 2,312-metre (7,585-foot) summit located in the Tantalus Range , in Tantalus Provincial Park , in southwestern British Columbia , Canada . It is situated 21   km (13   mi) northwest of Squamish , 0.8   km (0   mi) east of Ossa Mountain , and 5.5   km (3   mi) north-northwest of M

#19 Attappadi

Attappady (HQ:Agali) is a tribal taluk in Kerala state covering an area of 735   km 2 (284   sq   mi) . It is carved out from Mannarkkad taluk in Palakkad district on February 2021. [2] [3] Attappady Reserve Forest is a protected area comprising 249   km 2 of land area in the western parts of Attapp

#20 Chews Ridge Lookout

The Chews Ridge Lookout is located at the northern end of the Santa Lucia Range of the Los Padres National Forest , about 50 miles (80   km) southeast of Monterey and approximately 30 miles (48   km) west of Highway 101 . The current tower was built in 1929 and staffed through about 1990. A voluntee

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Malbaie Pond

L Étang Malbaie ( English: Malbaie Pond ) is a freshwater body crossed by the Petite rivière Malbaie , in the unorganized territory of Lac-Pikauba , in the regional county municipality (MRC) of Charlevoix Regional County Municipality , in the administrative region of Capitale-Nationale , in the prov

#2 Lake Leopoldo

Lago Leopoldo ( Lake Leopold ) is a body of water located in the Venezuelan Amazon in the westernmost range of the Guiana Shield. It measures about 320 metres (1,050   ft) by and 240 metres (790   ft) and up to 20 metres (66   ft) deep. The water level was documented at 384 metres (1,260   ft) above

#3 Raystown Lake

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

#4 Benbrook Lake

Benbrook Lake (also known as Benbrook Reservoir) is a reservoir on the Clear Fork of the Trinity River in Tarrant County, Texas , USA. The lake is located approximately 10 miles (16   km) southwest of the center of Fort Worth , where the Clear Fork and the West Fork of the Trinity River join. The la

#5 Skaneateles Lake

Skaneateles Lake ( / ˌ s k æ n i ˈ æ t l ə s / SKAN -ee- AT -ləs , locally / ˌ s k ɪ n -/ SKIN - ) [1] is one of the Finger Lakes in central New York in the United States . The name Skaneateles means long lake in one of the local Iroquoian languages . The lake is sometimes referred to as "The Roof G

#6 McArthur Lake (Northwest Territories)

McArthur Lake , formerly Clowey Lake , is a lake in the Northwest Territories , Canada. It is on the Taltson River to the east of Great Slave Lake , and is just south of the tree line. In the past it may have been a center for canoe building. Body of water McArthur Lake Illustration of canoe buildin

#7 Lake Las Vegas

Lake Las Vegas in Henderson, Nevada , refers to a 320-acre (130   ha) reservoir and the 3,592-acre (1,454   ha) developed area around the reservoir. [2] [3] The area is sometimes referred to as the Lake Las Vegas Resort . It is being developed by 5 companies including Lake at Las Vegas Joint Venture

#8 Canton Viaduct

Canton Viaduct is a blind arcade cavity wall railroad viaduct in Canton, Massachusetts , built in 1834–35 for the Boston and Providence Railroad (B&P). [2] Railroad viaduct in Massachusetts, U.S. This article needs additional citations for verification . ( September 2022 ) Canton Viaduct A west side

#9 Moccasin Dam

Moccasin Dam is a small dam on Moccasin Creek in Tuolumne County , California , in the town of Moccasin , west of Yosemite . It holds the Moccasin Reservoir . The dam, reservoir and associated hydroelectric power plant are part of the Hetch Hetchy Project , which provide water and power to the city

#10 Lake Chicot

Lake Chicot ( / ˈ ʃ iː k oʊ / SHE -ko ) is a lake adjacent to the Mississippi River . [1] The lake is located on the east side of Lake Village , Arkansas in Chicot County . It is not only the largest oxbow lake in North America , but the largest natural lake in Arkansas , formed 300 years ago by the

#11 Yellowstone Lake

Yellowstone Lake is the largest body of water in Yellowstone National Park . The lake is 7,732 feet (2,357   m) above sea level and covers 136 square miles (350   km 2 ) with 110 miles (180   km) of shoreline. While the average depth of the lake is 139   ft (42   m) , its greatest depth is at least

#12 El Quimbo Dam

The El Quimbo Dam is a concrete faced rock-fill dam (CFRD) and hydroelectric power facility in the Huila Department of southwestern-central Colombia , approximately 69 kilometres (43   mi) south of the city of Neiva , on the Magdalena River . It is located about 1,300 metres (4,300   ft) upstream fr

#13 West Lake

West Lake ( Chinese : 西湖 ; Wu Chinese : [si ɦu] ) is a freshwater lake in Hangzhou , China. It is divided into five sections by three causeways. There are numerous temples , pagodas , gardens , and natural/artificial islands within the lake. Gushan (孤山) is the largest natural island and three artifi

#14 Isbister Lake

Isbister Lake [1] is a lake in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It is located in the east-central part of the province along the course of Midnight Creek in the Porcupine Hills and Porcupine Provincial Forest . The lake is in the Woody River Block of Porcupine Hills Provincial Park . [2] Highw

#15 Hoover Dam

Hoover Dam is a concrete arch-gravity dam in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River , on the border between the U.S. states of Nevada and Arizona . It was constructed between 1931 and 1936 during the Great Depression and was dedicated on September 30, 1935, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt . Its c

#16 Walchensee

Walchensee or Lake Walchen is one of the deepest and largest alpine lakes in Germany , with a maximum depth of 192.3 metres (631   ft) and an area of 16.4 square kilometres (6.3   sq   mi) . The lake is 75 kilometres (47   mi) south of Munich in the middle of the Bavarian Alps . The entire lake, inc

#17 Runaway Pond

Runaway Pond is a marsh at the former site of Long Pond in Glover, Vermont . The name arose from an environmental disaster in 1810, when a manual attempt to divert some of the water of Long Pond broke the bank, causing the entire lake to suddenly empty out into the Barton River , uncontrolled. Body

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River / River

#1 Canal de Caen à la Mer

Canal de Caen à la Mer ( English: Canal from Caen to the sea , also called the "Caen Canal") is a short canal in the department (préfecture) of Calvados , France , connecting the Port of Caen , in the city of Caen , downstream to the town of Ouistreham and the English Channel . Canal de Caen à la Me

#2 Petite Saline Creek

Petite Saline Creek is a stream in Cooper , Moniteau and Morgan counties in the U.S. state of Missouri . [1] It is a tributary of the Missouri River . The stream source area is along the Morgan-Moniteau county line just north of U.S. Route 50 two miles east of Syracuse and three miles west of Tipton

#3 Jemez River

The Jemez River is a tributary of the Rio Grande in eastern Sandoval County , New Mexico , United States. River in New Mexico, United States Jemez River Jemez River, downstream from Jemez Pueblo , November 2008 Location of the mouth of the Jemez River in New Mexico Location Country United States Sta

#4 Pecos River

The Pecos River ( Spanish : Río Pecos ) originates in north-central New Mexico and flows into Texas , emptying into the Rio Grande . Its headwaters are on the eastern slope of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range in Mora County north of Pecos, New Mexico , at an elevation of over 12,000 feet (3,700  

#5 Athabasca River

The Athabasca River (French: Rivière Athabasca ) is a river in Alberta , Canada , which originates at the Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park and flows more than 1,231   km (765   mi) before emptying into Lake Athabasca . [5] Much of the land along its banks is protected in national and provin

#6 Waterfall Country (Wales)

Waterfall Country (or sometimes Waterfalls Country ) is an English name often given to the Vale of Neath in South Wales . The tourist area around the head of the valley has an unusually large number of publicly accessible waterfalls . The area is not officially defined but generally includes the gro

#7 Neath and Tennant Canal

The Neath and Tennant Canals are two independent but linked canals in South Wales that are usually regarded as a single canal. The Neath Canal was opened from Glynneath to Melincryddan, to the south of Neath , in 1795 and extended to Giant's Grave in 1799, in order to provide better shipping facilit

#8 Little Butte Creek

Little Butte Creek is a 17-mile-long (27   km) tributary of the Rogue River in the U.S. state of Oregon . Its drainage basin consists of approximately 354 square miles (917   km 2 ) of Jackson County and another 19 square miles (49   km 2 ) of Klamath County . Its two forks, the North Fork and the S

#9 Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation

The Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation is the canalisation of the Rivers Chelmer and Blackwater in Essex , in the east of England. The navigation runs for 13.75 miles (22.13   km) from Springfield Basin in Chelmsford to the sea lock at Heybridge Basin near Maldon . Initial plans faced spirited opposi

#10 Nailsworth Stream

Nailsworth Stream is a small river in Gloucestershire , England. It is a tributary of the River Frome . From its source near Cherington , it flows westwards through Avening to reach Nailsworth , where it turns towards the north, and passes through Woodchester to join the Frome at Dudbridge , a subur

#11 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,

#12 Pasión River

The Pasión River ( Spanish : Río de la Pasión , Spanish pronunciation:   [ˈri.o ðe la paˈsjon] ) is a river located in the northern lowlands region of Guatemala . The river is fed by a number of upstream tributaries whose sources lie in the hills of Alta Verapaz . These flow in a general northerly d

#13 Döda fallet

Döda fallet ( The dead fall ) is a former whitewater rapid in of the river Indalsälven in Ragunda Municipality in the eastern part of the province of Jämtland in Sweden . Glacial debris had blocked the course of the Indalsälven at Döda fallet for thousands of years, creating a reservoir of glacial m

#14 Aller (Germany)

The Aller [ˈalɐ] is a 215-kilometre-long (134   mi) river in the states of Saxony-Anhalt and Lower Saxony in Germany. It is a right-hand, and hence eastern, tributary of the Weser and is also its largest tributary. Its last 117 kilometres (73   mi) form the Lower Aller federal waterway ( Bundeswasse

#15 Schutter (Kinzig)

The Schutter is a 57-kilometre-long (35   mi) river in Baden-Württemberg , Germany , and a left tributary of the Kinzig . River in Germany Schutter Source of the Schutter Location Country Germany State Baden-Württemberg Reference no. DE:   2348 Physical   characteristics Source     •   location at H

#16 Givors canal

The Givors canal ( French: Canal de Givors ) was built between 1761 and 1781 to carry coal, other goods and passengers from Rive-de-Gier to Givors on the Rhône , running beside the river Gier . Canal in France Givors canal Double lock on the Givors canal at Tartaras , just downstream from Rive-de-Gi

#17 London to Portsmouth canal

The London to Portsmouth canal was a concept for the construction of a secure inland canal route from the British capital of London to the headquarters of the Royal Navy at Portsmouth . It would have allowed craft to move between the two without having to venture into the English Channel and possibl

#18 Trent–Severn Waterway

The Trent–Severn Waterway is a 386-kilometre-long (240   mi) canal route connecting Lake Ontario at Trenton to Georgian Bay , Lake Huron , at Port Severn . Its major natural waterways include the Trent River , Otonabee River , Kawartha Lakes , Lake Simcoe , Lake Couchiching and Severn River . Its sc

#19 Dan River (China)

The Dan River ( Chinese : 丹江 ; pinyin : Dān Jiāng ), formerly known as the Dan Shui (丹水) or 800 Li Black River (八百里黑江), is a river located in Shaanxi province in the People's Republic of China . The longest tributary of the Han River , [1] the Dan rises at Heilongkou (黑龙口) in the Qin Mountains of Sh

#20 Fulmer Creek

Fulmer Creek is an 11.5-mile-long (18.5   km) river that flows into the Mohawk River in Mohawk, New York . The creek derives its name from the "Fulmer" family (members of the Tryon County militia ), who bought land through the Burnetsfield patent of 1725 , in which lands on the present village site

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#1 Cleveland Bay (Queensland)

Cleveland Bay is a bay located on the north-eastern coast of Queensland , Australia. It is part of the Coral Sea and, administratively, is within the City of Townsville . [1] Bay in Queensland, Australia This article is about the bay in North Queensland, Australia. For the horse breed, see Cleveland

#2 Hardys Bay, New South Wales

Hardys Bay is a south-eastern suburb of the Central Coast region of New South Wales , Australia on the Bouddi Peninsula . It is part of the Central Coast Council local government area . Suburb of Central Coast, New South Wales, Australia Hardys Bay Central Coast ,   New South Wales Population 227  

#3 Ramla Bay

Ramla Bay ( Maltese : Ir-Ramla l-Ħamra , "red sands") is a bay with a beach of reddish-coloured sand in Gozo , in the Maltese Islands. It lies on the north-east coast of the island, between the bays of Marsalforn and San Blas . The closest village is Xagħra . Ramla Bay

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