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langs: 13 марта [ru] / march 13 [en] / 13. märz [de] / 13 mars [fr] / 13 marzo [it] / 13 de marzo [es]

days: march 10 / march 11 / march 12 / march 13 / march 14 / march 15 / march 16

Coast / Coast

#1 Anna Maria Island

Anna Maria Island , is a barrier island on the coast of Manatee County, Florida , in the United States. It is bounded on the west by the Gulf of Mexico , on the south by Longboat Pass (which separates it from Longboat Key ), on the east by Anna Maria Sound, and on the north by Tampa Bay . Anna Maria

#2 Ocean Beach, Hawke's Bay

Ocean Beach is a long beach of golden sand in the Hastings District of the Hawke's Bay Region , on the east coast of New Zealand . It lies between Cape Kidnappers to the north, and Waimarama Beach to the south. Ocean Beach has a small population, mainly of Māori ethnicity. Local Māori know it also a

#3 Holmes Beach, Florida

Holmes Beach is a city on Anna Maria Island in Manatee County , Florida, United States. It is part of the Bradenton – Sarasota – Venice Metropolitan Statistical Area . The city occupies the central part of Anna Maria Island and is one of three municipalities on the island. The others are Bradenton B

#4 Boca Raton, Florida

Boca Raton ( / r ə ˈ t oʊ n / rə- TOHN ; [9] [10] Spanish: Boca Ratón , [ˈboka raˈton] ) is a city in Palm Beach County, Florida . It was first incorporated on August 2, 1924, [11] as "Bocaratone," [12] and then incorporated as "Boca Raton" in 1925. The population was 97,422 in the 2020 census , and

#5 Pacific Blue (TV series)

Pacific Blue is an American crime drama series about a team of police officers with the Santa Monica Police Department who patrolled its beaches on bicycles. The show ran for five seasons on the USA Network , from March 2, 1996, to April 9, 2000, with a total of 101 episodes. Often described as " Ba

#6 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

#7 Stinson Beach, California

Stinson Beach is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Marin County , California , on the west coast of the United States. Stinson Beach is located 2.5 miles (4   km) east-southeast of Bolinas , [6] at an elevation of 26 feet (8   m) . [4] The population of the Stinson Bea

#8 Plum Island (Massachusetts)

Plum Island is a barrier island located off the northeast coast of Massachusetts , north of Cape Ann , in the United States. It is approximately 11 miles (18   km) in length. The island is named for the wild beach plum shrubs that grow on its dunes, but is also famous for the purple sands at high ti

#9 Acapulco

Acapulco de Juárez ( Spanish:   [akaˈpulko ðe ˈxwaɾes] ( listen ) ), commonly called Acapulco ( / ˌ æ k ə ˈ p ʊ l k oʊ / AK -ə- PUUL -koh , [1] [2] also US : / ˌ ɑː k -/ AHK - , [1] Nahuatl languages : Acapolco ), is a city and major seaport in the state of Guerrero on the Pacific coast of Mexico ,

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Island / Island

#1 Isla de la Juventud

Isla de la Juventud [4] ( Spanish pronunciation:   [ˈizla ðe la xuβenˈtuð] ; English: Isle of Youth ) is the second-largest Cuban island (after Cuba's mainland) and the seventh-largest island in the West Indies (after mainland Cuba itself, Hispaniola , Jamaica , Puerto Rico , Trinidad , and Andros I

#2 Phuket province

Phuket ( / ˌ p uː ˈ k ɛ t / ; Thai : ภูเก็ต , [pʰūː.kèt] ( listen ) , Malay : Bukit or Tongkah ) is one of the southern provinces ( changwat ) of Thailand . It consists of the island of Phuket, the country's largest island , and another 32 smaller islands off its coast. [5] It lies off the west coas

#3 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

#4 Tenochtitlan

Tenochtitlan , [lower-alpha 1] also known as Mexico-Tenochtitlan , [lower-alpha 2] was a large Mexica altepetl in what is now the historic center of Mexico City . The exact date of the founding of the city is unclear. The date 13 March 1325 was chosen in 1925 to celebrate the 600th anniversary of th

#5 Weh Island

Weh Island ( Indonesian : Pulau Weh ), often known as Sabang after the city of which the island is administrated, is a small active volcanic island to the northwest of Sumatra , 45 minutes by fast regular ship or 2 hours by ferry from mainland, Banda Aceh . [4] It was originally connected to the Sum

#6 Efate

Efate ( French : Éfaté ) is an island in the Pacific Ocean which is part of the Shefa Province in Vanuatu . It is also known as Île Vate . For the jumping spider genus, see Efate (spider) . Efate Map of Efate Geography Location Pacific Ocean Coordinates 17°40′S 168°25′E Archipelago Vanuatu Area 899.

#7 Samos

Samos ( / ˈ s eɪ m ɒ s / , [1] also US : / ˈ s æ m oʊ s , ˈ s ɑː m ɔː s / ; [2] [3] [4] Greek : Σάμος [ˈsamos] ) is a Greek island in the eastern Aegean Sea , south of Chios , north of Patmos and the Dodecanese , and off the coast of western Turkey , from which it is separated by the 1.6-kilometre (

#8 Jersey

Jersey ( / ˈ dʒ ɜːr z i / JUR -zee , French:   [ʒɛʁzɛ] ( listen ) ; Jèrriais : Jèrri [ʒɛri] ), officially the Bailiwick of Jersey ( French: Bailliage de Jersey ; Jèrriais: Bailliage dé Jèrri ), is an island country [12] [13] and self-governing Crown Dependency [14] near the coast of north-west Franc

#9 Ulithi

Ulithi ( Yapese : Wulthiy , Yulthiy , or Wugöy [1] ) is an atoll in the Caroline Islands of the western Pacific Ocean , about 191   km (103   nmi) east of Yap . Atoll in Yap, Federated States of Micronesia Ulithi atoll Map of Ulithi Atoll Ulithi Location of Ulithi Atoll in the Pacific Ocean

#10 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

#11 Migingo Island

Migingo is a 2,000- square-metre (0.49- acre ; 0.20- hectare ) island in Kenya on Lake Victoria . [3] The island was the center of a low-level territorial dispute between Kenya and Uganda and is extremely densely populated . [1] Island Migingo Island Geography Location Lake Victoria Coordinates 0°52

#12 Hog Island (Wisconsin)

Hog Island is an uninhabited island located off the eastern shore of Washington Island in the town of Washington , Door County, Wisconsin, United States. [1] The island has a land area of 2.14 acres (8,656   m 2 ) [2] and an elevation of 10 feet [3] or 20 feet [4] above Lake Michigan. Island in Lake

#13 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

#14 Birger Martin Hall

Birger Martin Hall (26 August 1741, in Borås – 10 August 1815, in Västerås ), was a Swedish district medical officer and botanist. He was soon one of Linnaeus' disciples, but chose medicine in front of botany. Portrait of Birger Martin Hall

#15 Lord Howe Island

Lord Howe Island ( / h aʊ / ; formerly Lord Howe's Island ) is an irregularly crescent-shaped volcanic remnant in the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand , part of the Australian state of New South Wales . It lies 600   km (320   nmi) directly east of mainland Port Macquarie , 780   km (420

#16 Masthead Island

Masthead Island is a coral cay located in the southern Great Barrier Reef , 60 kilometres northeast of Gladstone , Queensland . The island is a protected area and forms part of Capricornia Cays National Park . Masthead Island is one of the most undisturbed cays in the national park because human and

#17 List of shipwrecks in the Channel Islands

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

#18 Islay

Islay ( / ˈ aɪ l ə / ( listen ) EYE -lə ; Scottish Gaelic : Ìle , Scots : Ila ) is the southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. Known as "The Queen of the Hebrides ", [8] it lies in Argyll just south west of Jura and around 40 kilometres (22 nautical miles) north of the Northern Irish

#19 Vis (island)

Vis ( pronounced   [ʋîːs] ; Ancient Greek : Ἴσσα ; Latin : Issa , Italian : Lissa ) is a small Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea . It is the farthest inhabited island off the Croatian mainland. Once known for its thriving fishing industry in the late 19th and early 20th century, the main present-d

#20 Shemya

Shemya or Simiya ( Aleut : Samiyax̂ [1] ) is a small island in the Semichi Islands group of the Near Islands chain in the Aleutian Islands archipelago southwest of Alaska , at 52°43′27″N 174°07′08″E . It has a land area of 5.903   sq   mi (15.29   km 2 ) , and is about 1,200 miles (1,900   km) south

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Galeras

Galeras ( Urcunina among the 16th-century indigenous people ) is an Andean stratovolcano in the Colombian department of Nariño , near the departmental capital Pasto . Its summit rises 4,276 metres (14,029   ft) above sea level . It has erupted frequently since the Spanish conquest , with its first h

#2 Tao Fong Shan

Tao Fong Shan ( Chinese : 道風山 ), officially known as To Fung Shan , [1] is a hill with a height of 130 metres (430   ft) . It is in Sha Tin , New Territories, Hong Kong . A road called To Fung Shan Road leads to the summit, where a Christian Centre can be found. To Fung Shan 道風山 Christian Centre on

#3 Satah Mountain

Satah Mountain is a twin-peaked mountain in the West-Central Interior of British Columbia , Canada. It is southeast of Punkutlaenkut Lake and east of the community of Anahim Lake in Range 3 Coast Land District . [2] Satah Mountain Mount Lion Satah Mountain British Columbia , Canada Highest   point E

#4 Todt Hill

Todt Hill ( / ˈ t oʊ t / TOHT ) [1] is a 401-foot-tall (122   m) hill formed of serpentine rock on Staten Island , New York . It is the highest natural point in the five boroughs of New York City and the highest elevation on the entire Atlantic coastal plain from Florida to Cape Cod . [2] The summit

#5 Turrialba Volcano

Turrialba Volcano is an active volcano in central Costa Rica that has been explosively eruptive in recent years including 2016 [2] and in January, March and April 2017. [3] [4] [5] [6] Visitors used to be able to hike down into the main crater, but increased volcanic activity in 2014–17, resulting i

#6 Ama Dablam

Ama Dablam is a mountain in the eastern Himalayan range of Province No. 1 , Nepal . The main peak is 6,812 metres (22,349   ft) , the lower western peak is 6,170 metres (20,243   ft) . Ama Dablam means "Mother's necklace"; the long ridges on each side like the arms of a mother ( ama ) protecting her

#7 Nevado del Ruiz

The Nevado del Ruiz ( Spanish pronunciation:   [neβaðo ðel ˈrwis] ), also known as La Mesa de Herveo [4] ( English: Mesa of Herveo , the name of the nearby town ) is a volcano on the border of the departments of Caldas and Tolima in Colombia , about 129 kilometers (80   mi) west of the capital city

#8 Mount Curdie

Mount Curdie is a mountain in the Northern Territory of Australia , with an altitude of 958 metres (3,143   ft) AHD   . It is the highest peak in the Curdie Range, which is a section of the Petermann Ranges . The mountain is located on the southern bank of the Hull River, about 40 kilometres (25   m

#9 Mitre Peak (New Zealand)

Mitre Peak ( Māori Rahotu ) is a mountain in the South Island of New Zealand, located on the shore of Milford Sound . For the mountain in the lower North Island, see Mitre (New Zealand) . Mitre Peak Mitre Peak, Milford Sound Highest   point Elevation 1,683   m (5,522   ft) [1] Parent peak Aoraki / M

#10 List of volcanoes in Indonesia

The geography of Indonesia is dominated by volcanoes that are formed due to subduction zones between the Eurasian plate and the Indo-Australian plate . Some of the volcanoes are notable for their eruptions, for instance, Krakatoa for its global effects in 1883, [1] the Lake Toba Caldera for its supe

#11 Where Troy Once Stood

Where Troy Once Stood is a 1990 book by Iman Jacob Wilkens that argues that the city of Troy was located in England and that the Trojan War was fought between groups of Celts . The standard view is that Troy is located near the Dardanelles in Turkey. Wilkens claims that Homer 's Iliad and Odyssey ,

#12 Shinmoedake

Shinmoedake ( Japanese : 新燃岳 ) is a volcano in Kagoshima Prefecture , Kyūshū , Japan , and a part of the Mount Kirishima cluster of volcanoes. [1] It is believed to have formed between 7,300 and 25,000 years ago. [2] Volcano on the island of Kyushu, Japan Shinmoedake Highest   point Elevation 1,420.

#13 Mount Biscoe

Mount Biscoe is a distinctive black peak, [1] the easternmost and largest of two ice-free rock massifs located 6   km south-west of Cape Ann on the coast of Enderby Land in Antarctica . About 700   m in height, it lies 7   km north-west of Wordie Nunatak , and 7   km north-east of Mount Hurley . [1]

#14 Itcha Range

The Itcha Range , also known as the Itchas , is a small isolated mountain range in the West-Central Interior of British Columbia , Canada. It is located 40   km (25   mi) northeast of the community of Anahim Lake . With a maximum elevation of 2,375   m (7,792   ft) , it is the lowest of three mounta

#15 Cumbre Vieja

The Cumbre Vieja ( Spanish pronunciation:   [ˈkumbɾe ˈβjexa] ; meaning "Old Peak") is an active volcanic ridge on the island of La Palma in the Canary Islands , Spain . [4] The spine of Cumbre Vieja trends in an approximate north–south direction, comprising the southern half of La Palma, with both s

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Guddu Barrage

Guddu Barrage ( Urdu : گڈو بیراج )is a barrage on the Indus River near Kashmore in the Sindh province of Pakistan . President Iskander Mirza laid the foundation-stone of Guddu Barrage on 2 February 1957. The barrage was completed in 1962 at a cost of 474.8 million rupees and inaugurated by Field Mar

#2 Lake Mariout

Lake Mariout ( Arabic : بحيرة مريوط Boḥēret Maryūṭ , IPA:   [boˈħeːɾet mɑɾˤˈjuːtˤ] , also spelled Maryut or Mariut ), is a brackish lake in northern Egypt near the city of Alexandria . The lake area covered 200 square kilometres (77   sq   mi) and had a navigable canal at the beginning of the 20th c

#3 Zasavica (bog)

The Zasavica ( Serbian Cyrillic : Засавица ) is a bog in the region of Mačva , west-central Serbia . It is a major wildlife refuge and one of the last authentically preserved wetlands in Serbia. In the 2000s it became a popular attraction with the successful reintroduction of beavers , which had bec

#4 Ferguson Lake (Kivalliq Region)

Ferguson Lake is a lake in Kivalliq Region , Nunavut , Canada. It is located 150   km (93   mi) north of the tree line, midway between Yathkyed Lake and Qamanirjuaq Lake . The lake's outflow is to the east into the Ferguson River , which flows eastward through several lakes, emptying into northweste

#5 Lake Boon

Lake Boon is a lake in eastern Massachusetts covering about 163 acres (0.66   km 2 ) [2] in the towns of Stow and Hudson, Massachusetts . The lake is approximately 1.5 miles long and consists of four basins connected by narrows . The first and largest basin at the north-west end of the lake stretche

#6 Lake DeForest

Lake DeForest , also called DeForest Lake , [1] :   195–213   is a reservoir in Clarkstown, New York , created in 1956 by impounding the Hackensack River , which is a principal part of the water supply for Rockland County, New York and Northern New Jersey , mainly Bergen and Hudson counties. [2] The

#7 Lake George (lake), New York

Lake George ( Mohawk : Kaniá:taro’kte ), [2] nicknamed the Queen of American Lakes , [3] is a long, narrow oligotrophic lake located at the southeast base of the Adirondack Mountains , in the northeastern portion of the U.S. state of New York . It lies within the upper region of the Great Appalachia

#8 Holmenkollbakken

Holmenkollbakken is a large ski jumping hill located at Holmenkollen in Oslo , Norway . It has a hill size of HS134, a construction point of K-120, and a capacity for 70,000 spectators. Holmenkollen has hosted the Holmenkollen Ski Festival since 1892, which since 1980 have been part of the FIS Ski J

#9 Vihar Lake

Vihar Lake (Pronunciation: [ʋiɦaːɾ] ) is located near Vihar village on the Mithi River within the precincts of the Borivali National Park , also called the Sanjay Gandhi National Park , in North Mumbai . When built in 1860 (construction started in 1856), it was considered as the largest lake in Mumb

#10 Meadow Pond Dam

Meadow Pond Dam was an earthen dam in Alton, New Hampshire , in the United States, that collapsed in 1996, causing a fatal flood. Earthen dam in Alton, United States

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River / River

#1 Aberdeenshire Canal

The Aberdeenshire Canal was a waterway in Aberdeenshire , Scotland , designed by John Rennie , which ran from the port of Aberdeen to Port Elphinstone, Inverurie . It was originally planned to reach Monymusk , but had been truncated by the time an Act of Parliament was obtained in 1796. Construction

#2 Fond du Lac River (Wisconsin)

The Fond du Lac River is a river that flows through the city of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin into Lake Winnebago . [1] The river starts near Rosendale , Lamartine and Eldorado , then flows around 10 miles east. The east and west branches come together in downtown Fond du Lac less than a mile before flowin

#3 Blanche River (rivière à Pierre)

The Blanche River ( French : Rivière Blanche ) rises in Blanc Lake and flows through the unorganized territory of Lac-Blanc and the municipality of Rivière-à-Pierre in the MRC Portneuf , in the administrative region of Capitale-Nationale , on the North Shore of St. Lawrence River in the province of

#4 River Wye

The River Wye ( / w aɪ / ; Welsh : Afon Gwy [ɡʊɨ̯] ) is the fourth-longest river in the UK, stretching some 250 kilometres (155 miles) from its source on Plynlimon in mid Wales to the Severn estuary . [1] For much of its length the river forms part of the border between England and Wales . The Wye V

#5 Eighteen Mile Creek (Niagara County)

Eighteen Mile Creek , or Eighteenmile Creek , is a tributary of Lake Ontario located entirely in Niagara County , New York in the United States. [1] The name of "Eighteen Mile" Creek refers not to the length of the creek, but to its distance from the Niagara River to the west. This article is about

#6 Gairezi River

This article needs additional citations for verification . ( October 2021 ) Gairezi River in the Luenha River catchment (bottom right)

#7 Gocta Cataracts

Gocta ( Spanish : Catarata del Gocta ) is a perennial waterfall with two drops located in Peru 's province of Bongara in Amazonas , approximately 771 kilometres (479   mi) to the northeast of Lima . It flows into the Cocahuayco River . Although the waterfall had been well known to locals for centuri

#8 Snoqualmie River

The Snoqualmie River is a 45-mile (72   km) long river in King County and Snohomish County in the U.S. state of Washington . The river's three main tributaries are the North, Middle, and South Forks, which drain the west side of the Cascade Mountains near the town of North Bend and join near the tow

#9 Grand Surrey Canal

The Grand Surrey Canal was a canal constructed in south London , England during the early 19th century. It opened to the Old Kent Road in 1807, to Camberwell in 1810, and to Peckham in 1826. Its main purpose was to transport cargo, primarily timber (or ' deal ') from the Surrey Commercial Docks . Gr

#10 Delaware and Hudson Canal

The Delaware and Hudson Canal was the first venture of the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company , which would later build the Delaware and Hudson Railway . Between 1828 and 1899, the canal's barges carried anthracite coal from the mines of Northeastern Pennsylvania to the Hudson River and thence to mar

#11 Hāpuku River

The Hāpuku River begins in the Seaward Kaikōura Range of New Zealand and flows south-east to enter the South Pacific at Hapuka , between Clarence and Kaikōura . [1] The name comes from the Māori word hāpuku or hāpuka, a deep-water marine fish. [2] Its main tributary is the Puhi Puhi River . Not to b

#12 John Varley (canal engineer)

John Varley (8 June 1740 – 16 February 1809) was an English engineer . He was born in Heanor , Derbyshire , and was responsible for the construction of the Chesterfield Canal . He died in 1809 and is buried at All Saints Church, Harthill , Derbyshire .

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Sea / Sea

#1 Gulf of Mexico

The Gulf of Mexico ( Spanish : Golfo de México ) is an ocean basin and a marginal sea of the Atlantic Ocean, [2] largely surrounded by the North American continent. [3] It is bounded on the northeast, north and northwest by the Gulf Coast of the United States ; on the southwest and south by the Mexi

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