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langs: 2 марта [ru] / march 2 [en] / 2. märz [de] / 2 mars [fr] / 2 marzo [it] / 2 de marzo [es]

days: february 28 / february 29 / march 1 / march 2 / march 3 / march 4 / march 5

Coast / Coast

#1 Gallipoli

The Gallipoli peninsula ( / ɡ ə ˈ l ɪ p əl i , ɡ æ -/ ; [1] Turkish : Gelibolu Yarımadası ; Ancient Greek : Χερσόνησος της Καλλίπολης , Chersónisos tis Kallípolis ) is located in the southern part of East Thrace , the European part of Turkey , with the Aegean Sea to the west and the Dardanelles stra

#2 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

#3 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,

#4 Brittany (administrative region)

Brittany ( French : Bretagne [bʁətaɲ] ( listen ) ; Breton : Breizh [brɛjs] ); Gallo : Bertaèyn [bəʁtaɛɲ] ) is the westernmost region of Metropolitan France . It covers about four fifths of the territory of the historic province of Brittany . Its capital is Rennes . It is one of the two Regions in Me

#5 San Juan, La Union

San Juan , officially the Municipality of San Juan ( Ilocano : Ili ti San Juan ; Filipino : Bayan ng San Juan ), is a 2nd class municipality in the province of La Union , Philippines . According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 40,507 people.   [3] This article needs additional citations f

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Island / Island

#1 Mercury Island

Mercury Island is a small rocky island off The Diamond Coast , Namibia . Despite its small size it is recognised by BirdLife International and other global conservation groups as an Important Bird Area (IBA) for its important coastal seabird breeding. Island off Namibia Mercury Island Mercury Island

#2 Formigas

The Formigas Islets ( Portuguese : Ilhéus das Formigas [fuɾˈmiɡɐʃ] ; literally, Islets of the Ants ), sometimes referred to as the Formigas Bank , are a group of uninhabited rocky outcroppings in the eastern group of the Azores archipelago , an autonomous region of Portugal . The bank is located 43

#3 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

#4 If I Ran the Zoo

If I Ran the Zoo is a children's book written by Dr. Seuss in 1950. Dr. Seuss book If I Ran the Zoo Author Dr. Seuss Original   title If I Got to the Zoo Country United States Language English Genre Children's literature Publisher Redbook (magazine) Random House (book) Publication date 1950 (renewed

#5 Iranaitivu

Iranaitivu ( Tamil : இரணைதீவு , romanized:   Iraṇaitīvu ; Sinhala : රනදූව/එරන්දූව , romanized:   Ranadūva/Erandūva ) [1] is an island of Sri Lanka , located in the Gulf of Mannar and part of Kilinochchi District within the Northern Province . The site of a Sri Lanka Armed Forces base since 1992, the

#6 Taunga

Taunga is an island owned by the Noble (Matapule) ‘Akau‘ola in Tonga . It is located in the south Vava'u Group in the far north of the country. The island had a population of 36 in 2021. [1] On 2 March 2007, 28 acres (110,000   m 2 ) on Taunga and Ngau were leased by 'Akau'ola and the Government of

#7 Pitcairn Islands

The Pitcairn Islands ( / ˈ p ɪ t k ɛər n / ; [3] Pitkern : Pitkern Ailen ), officially the Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands , [4] [5] [6] [7] is a group of four volcanic islands in the southern Pacific Ocean that form the sole British Overseas Territory in the Pacific Ocean. The four isla

#8 Wisconsin v. Michigan

Two Supreme Court cases, Wisconsin v. Michigan , 295 U.S. 455 (1935) and Wisconsin v. Michigan , 297 U.S. 547 (1936), settled a territorial dispute between Wisconsin and Michigan . 1936 United States Supreme Court case Wisconsin v. Michigan Supreme Court of the United States Argued March 2, 1936 Dec

#9 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

#10 Ve Skerries

The Ve Skerries or Vee Skerries [1] ( Old Norse : Vestan sker , West Skerries) are a group of low skerries (rocky islands) three miles (4.8   km) north west of Papa Stour , on the west coast of Shetland , Scotland. They define the southwest perimeter of St Magnus Bay . [2] Small islands in the west

#11 Sangir Island

Sangir Besar , commonly called Sangir Island (with the spelling variants "Sangihe", "Sanghir" or "Sangi"), is an island in the Sangir Islands group. [1] Its Indonesian name literally means "Great Sangir", in reference to the fact that it is the archipelago's main island. It is part of the North Sula

#12 Rakahanga

Rakahanga is part of the Cook Islands , situated in the central-southern Pacific Ocean . The unspoilt atoll is 1,248 kilometres (775 miles) from the Cook Islands' capital , Rarotonga , and lies 1,111 kilometres (690 miles) south of the equator . Its nearest neighbour is Manihiki which is just 44 kil

#13 History of Carriacou

Carriacou is the largest island of the Grenadines , an archipelago in the Windward Islands chain in the Caribbean Sea . Nautical Chart of Carriacou from 1891 This article does not cite any sources . ( March 2011 )

#14 Swains Island

Swains Island ( / ˈ s w eɪ n z / ; Tokelauan : Olohega [oloˈhɛŋa] ; Samoan : Olosega [oloˈsɛŋa] ) is a remote coral atoll in the Tokelau Islands in the South Pacific Ocean . The island is the subject of an ongoing territorial dispute between Tokelau and the United States , which has administered it

#15 Lignumvitae Key

Lignumvitae Key is an island in the upper Florida Keys . Island in the upper Florida Keys, United States Lignumvitae Key House on Lignumvitae Key, December 1977 Lignumvitae Key Lignumvitae Key Show map of Florida Lignumvitae Key Lignumvitae Key (Caribbean) Show map of Caribbean Geography Location Gu

#16 Butler Island (Georgia)

Butler Island is an 1,600-acre (647.5 hectare) island in the Altamaha River in McIntosh County , Georgia , United States. [1] Part of the Altamaha River Delta, the island is located 1   mi (1.6   km) south-southeast of Darien, Georgia . Butler Island The Butler River, with Butler Island on the left.

#17 Clipperton Island

Clipperton Island ( French: Île de Clipperton or Île de la Passion ; Spanish: Isla de la Pasión ) is an uninhabited, 6   km 2 (2.3   sq   mi ) coral atoll in the eastern Pacific Ocean . It is 10,677   km (6,634   mi ) from Paris , France , 5,400   km (2,900   nmi ) from Papeete , Tahiti , and 1,080

#18 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   (

#19 Côn Đảo

The Côn Đảo ("Côn Island") are an archipelago of Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu province , in the Southeast region of Vietnam , and also a district ( Vietnamese : Huyện Côn Đảo , lit.   ' Côn Đảo district ' ) [1] of this province. District in Southeast, Vietnam Côn Đảo district Huyện Côn Đảo District (Island) Côn

#20 Granite Island (Michigan)

Granite Island is a 2.5-acre (1.0   ha) island in Lake Superior located about 12 miles (19   km) northwest of Marquette in the Upper Peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan . Built upon it is the Granite Island Lighthouse , also known as Granite Island Light Station, [1] "one of the oldest surviving

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Parys Mountain

Parys Mountain ( Welsh : Mynydd Parys ) is located south of the town of Amlwch in north east Anglesey , Wales. It is the site of a large copper mine that was extensively exploited in the late 18th century. Parys Mountain is a mountain in name only, being a hill with an elevation of barely 150m. Pary

#2 Fitz Roy

Monte Fitz Roy (also known as Cerro Chaltén , Cerro Fitz Roy , or simply Mount Fitz Roy ) is a mountain in Patagonia , on the border between Argentina and Chile . [2] [3] [6] [4] [5] It is located in the Southern Patagonian Ice Field , near El Chaltén village and Viedma Lake . It was first climbed i

#3 Mount Olympus (Washington)

Mount Olympus , at 7,980 feet (2,430   m) , is the tallest and most prominent mountain in the Olympic Mountains of western Washington state. Located on the Olympic Peninsula , it is also the central feature of Olympic National Park . Mount Olympus is the highest summit of the Olympic Mountains; howe

#4 Dents du Midi

The Dents du Midi ( French : "teeth of noon") are a three-kilometre-long mountain range in the Chablais Alps in the canton of Valais , Switzerland . Overlooking the Val d'Illiez and the Rhône valley to the south, they face the Lac de Salanfe , an artificial reservoir, and are part of the geological

#5 Mount Rainier

Mount Rainier ( / r eɪ ˈ n ɪər / ), also known as Tahoma , Tacoma , Tacobet , or təqʷubəʔ , [lower-alpha 1] [5] [6] is a large active stratovolcano in the Cascade Range of the Pacific Northwest , located in Mount Rainier National Park about 59 miles (95   km) south-southeast of Seattle . [7] With a

#6 Aoraki / Mount Cook

Aoraki / Mount Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand . Its height, as of 2014, is listed as 3,724 metres (12,218 feet) . [2] It sits in the Southern Alps , the mountain range that runs the length of the South Island . A popular tourist destination, [3] it is also a favourite challenge for moun

#7 Lautaro (volcano)

Lautaro Volcano is an active subglacial stratovolcano located in Chilean Patagonia , in the northern part of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field . Its summit rises roughly 2,000   m (6,600   ft) above the average surface of the ice cap plateau . [5] It is the tallest mountain in Bernardo O'Higgins Nat

#8 Mount Sinabung

Mount Sinabung ( Indonesian : Gunung Sinabung , [2] Karo : Deleng Sinabung [3] ) is a Pleistocene -to- Holocene stratovolcano of andesite and dacite in the Karo plateau of Karo Regency , North Sumatra , Indonesia , 40 kilometres (25   mi) from the Lake Toba supervolcano . Many old lava flows are on

#9 Dent Blanche

The Dent Blanche is a mountain in the Pennine Alps , lying in the canton of Valais in Switzerland . At 4,358 metres (14,298   ft) -high, it is one of the highest peaks in the Alps . [3] Mountain in the Pennine Alps in Valais Canton, Switzerland Not to be confused with Dents Blanches . Dent Blanche T

#10 Puyehue-Cordón Caulle

Puyehue ( / p ʊ ˈ j eɪ w eɪ / ; Spanish pronunciation:   [puˈʝewe] ) and Cordón Caulle / k ɔːr ˈ d oʊ n ˈ k aʊ j eɪ / are two coalesced volcanic edifices that form a major mountain massif in Puyehue National Park in the Andes of Ranco Province , in the South of Chile. In volcanology this group is kn

#11 Villarrica (volcano)

Villarrica ( / ˌ v iː ə ˈ r iː k ə / VEE -ə- REE -kə ) ( Spanish : Volcán Villarrica , Mapudungun : Ruka Pillañ ) is one of Chile 's most active volcanoes , rising above the lake and town of the same name, 750   km (470   mi) south of Santiago . [2] It is also known as Rucapillán , a Mapuche word me

#12 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

#13 Eifel

The Eifel ( German: [ˈaɪfl̩] ( listen ) ; Luxembourgish : Äifel , pronounced   [ˈæːɪfəl] ) is a low mountain range in western Germany and eastern Belgium . It occupies parts of southwestern North Rhine-Westphalia , northwestern Rhineland-Palatinate and the southern area of the German-speaking Commun

#14 Makushin Volcano

The Makushin Volcano (also known as Mount Makushin ) is an ice-covered stratovolcano located on Unalaska Island in the Aleutian Islands of the U.S. state of Alaska . With an elevation of 2,036 meters (6,680   ft) , [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] its summit is the highest point on the island. Makushin is one of

#15 List of people who died on the Presidential Range

The Presidential Range in the White Mountains of New Hampshire consist of a series of mountains whose maximum elevation reaches 6,288 feet (1,917   m) and represent some of the highest mountains in the United States east of the Mississippi River . Fatalities in this area are dominated by those that

#16 Mount San Antonio

Mount San Antonio , commonly referred to as Mount Baldy or Old Baldy , is a 10,064   ft (3,068   m) summit in the San Gabriel Mountains on the border of Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties of California . [4] [5] Lying within the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and Angeles National Fores

#17 Argyle diamond mine

The Argyle Diamond Mine was a diamond mine located in the East Kimberley region in the remote north of Western Australia . Argyle was at times the largest diamond producer in the world by volume (14 million carats in 2018 [1] ), although the proportion of gem-quality diamonds was low. It was the onl

#18 K2

K2 , at 8,611 metres (28,251   ft) above sea level , is the second-highest mountain on Earth , after Mount Everest (at 8,849 metres (29,032   ft) ). [3] It lies in the Karakoram range , partially in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan -administered Kashmir and partially in a China -administered

#19 Puʻu ʻŌʻō

Pu ʻ u ʻ Ō ʻ ō (also spelled Pu‘u‘ō‘ō , and often written Puu Oo , pronounced   [ˈpuʔu ˈʔoːʔoː] , poo-oo- OH -oh ) is a volcanic cone on the eastern rift zone of Kīlauea volcano in the Hawaiian Islands . The eruption that created Pu ʻ u ʻ Ō ʻ ō began on January 3, 1983, and continued nearly continuo

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Conowingo Dam

The Conowingo Dam (also Conowingo Hydroelectric Plant , Conowingo Hydroelectric Station ) is a large hydroelectric dam in the lower Susquehanna River near the town of Conowingo , Maryland . The medium-height, masonry gravity dam is one of the largest non-federal hydroelectric dams in the U.S., and t

#2 Llwyn-on Reservoir

Llwyn-on Reservoir (or Llwyn Onn Reservoir) is the largest and southernmost of the three reservoirs in the Taf Fawr valley in South Wales . Cardiff Corporation Waterworks obtained an Act of Parliament in 1884 to authorise construction of the reservoirs, to increase the water supply for Cardiff , but

#3 Grapevine Lake

Grapevine Lake is an American reservoir located in the North Texas region, approximately 20   mi (32   km) northwest of Dallas and northeast of Fort Worth . It was impounded in 1952 by the US Army Corps of Engineers when they dammed Denton Creek , a tributary of Trinity River . Reservoir in Texas, U

#4 Lake Ellsworth (Antarctica)

Lake Ellsworth is a natural freshwater liquid subglacial lake located in West Antarctica under approximately 3.4   km (2.1   mi) of ice. It is approximately 10   km long and is estimated to be 150   m (490   ft) in depth. [2] The lake is named after the American explorer Lincoln Ellsworth . The surf

#5 Lake Ray Roberts

Lake Ray Roberts (formally Ray Roberts Lake ) is an artificial 29,350-acre (119   km 2 ) American reservoir located 10 miles (20   km) north of Denton, Texas , between the cities of Pilot Point, Texas and Sanger, Texas . It is filled by a tributary of the Trinity River . Reservoir in Texas, USA Body

#6 Zengwen Dam

Zengwen Dam , also spelled Tsengwen Dam , ( Chinese : 曾文壩 ; Hanyu Pinyin : Zéngwén Bà ; Tongyong Pinyin : Zéngwún Shuěibà ; Wade–Giles : Tseng 2 -wen 2 Shui 3 -b'a 4 ) is a major earthen dam in Dapu Township , Chiayi County , Taiwan on the Zengwen River . It is the third tallest dam in Taiwan, and f

#7 Lake Calumet

Lake Calumet is the largest body of water within the city of Chicago . Formerly a shallow, postglacial lake draining into Lake Michigan , it has been changed beyond recognition by industrial redevelopment and decay. [1] Parts of the lake have been dredged , and other parts reshaped by landfill . Tog

#8 Alum Creek Lake

Alum Creek Lake is a man-made reservoir located in Delaware County, Ohio , United States. It was built in 1974, covers 5 square miles (13   km 2 ) , and has a maximum capacity of 134,815 acre-feet (166,292,000   m 3 ) . Body of water Alum Creek Lake Alum Creek Dam and Lake. View is to the northwest.

#9 Bloede's Dam

Bloede's Dam was a hydroelectric dam on the Patapsco River in Maryland . [1] It was the first known instance of a submerged hydroelectric plant, where the power plant was actually housed under the spillway . It is also recognized as one of the earliest dams constructed of reinforced concrete . This

#10 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

#11 Blindensee

The Blindensee is a raised bog lake on the territory of Schönwald im Schwarzwald in the Black Forest in Germany . It lies within the county of Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis in the state of Baden-Württemberg . It is only accessible on a board walk and lies with raised bog area that has been designated as a

#12 Yesa Reservoir

The Yesa Reservoir is located in the Pyrenees , and is formed with the damming of the Aragon River , in the Navarre town of Yesa ( Spain ), although the largest area of the reservoir is located in the province of Zaragoza , extending from east to west. It is located to the northwest of the Aragonese

#13 Ringsjön

Ringsjön is a lake situated in the middle of Skåne County , Sweden. At 41 square kilometres (10,100 acres) , it is the second largest lake in the county. [1] The western and eastern parts of the lake, called Västra Ringsjön and Östra Ringsjön respectively, are separated by a headland . Västra Ringsj

#14 Mosul Dam

Mosul Dam ( Arabic : سد الموصل ), formerly known as Saddam Dam ( سد صدام ), is the largest dam in Iraq . It is located on the Tigris river in the western governorate of Nineveh , upstream of the city of Mosul . The dam serves to generate hydroelectricity and provide water for downstream irrigation.

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River / River

#1 Birmingham and Liverpool Junction Canal

The Birmingham and Liverpool Junction Canal was a canal in England which ran from Nantwich, where it joined the Chester Canal , to Autherley, where it joined the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal . Forming part of a major link between Liverpool and the industrial heartlands of the Midlands , th

#2 Fullerton Creek

Fullerton Creek is a tributary of Coyote Creek , which is a lower tributary of the San Gabriel River . The San Gabriel River is found in northwest Orange County, southeast Los Angeles County, and southwest Riverside County in the U.S. state of California. Tributary of the San Gabriel River in Califo

#3 Kansas River

The Kansas River , also known as the Kaw , is a river in northeastern Kansas in the United States . It is the southwesternmost part of the Missouri River drainage, which is in turn the northwesternmost portion of the extensive Mississippi River drainage. Its two names both come from the Kanza (Kaw)

#4 Wabash and Erie Canal

The Wabash and Erie Canal was a shipping canal that linked the Great Lakes to the Ohio River via an artificial waterway. The canal provided traders with access from the Great Lakes all the way to the Gulf of Mexico . Over 460 miles long, it was the longest canal ever built in North America. Disused

#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 BCN Main Line

v t e BCN Main Lines Legend Wolverhampton to Birmingham Aldersley Junction , Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal Start of BCN Main Line Locks 17-21 (Wolverhampton Bottom) GWR Shrewsbury & Birmingham Locks 12-16 Wolverhampton - Shrewsbury Railway GWR Shrewsbury & Birmingham Locks 4-11 Wolverhampto

#7 Soot Canal

The Soot Canal ( Norwegian : Sootkanalen ) was a canal system located in Eidskog Municipality in Innlandet county, Norway . Constructed in 1849, it has Norway 's oldest sluice gates . It was the work of Engebret Soot (1786-1859). It was built to allow timber to be transported (floated) to the Halden

#8 Chats Falls

Chats Falls (in French: Chute des Chats , meaning "Cat Falls") were a set of waterfalls on the Ottawa River , near Fitzroy Harbour, Ontario , and Quyon, Quebec , Canada. A hydroelectric generating station is now located here, owned and operated jointly by Hydro-Québec and Ontario Power Generation .

#9 Sacramento River (Mexico)

The Sacramento River is a short river in Mexico , the main tributary of the Chuvíscar River , which in turn is a tributary of the Rio Conchos which runs entirely through the state of Chihuahua to the Río Bravo . River in Mexico Sacramento River (Mexico) Sacramento River passing along Chihuahua City

#10 Rideau Canal

The Rideau Canal , also known unofficially as the Rideau Waterway , connects Canada's capital city of Ottawa , Ontario , to Lake Ontario and the Saint Lawrence River at Kingston . It is 202 kilometres long. [1] The name Rideau , French for "curtain", is derived from the curtain-like appearance of th

#11 Glenelg River (Western Australia)

The Glenelg River is a river in the Kimberley region of Western Australia . River in Western Australia For other uses, see Glenelg River (disambiguation) . Glenelg River Location Country Australia Physical   characteristics Source     •   location Elizabeth and Catherine Range   •   elevation 227 me

#12 Chester Canal

The Chester Canal was an English canal linking the south Cheshire town of Nantwich with the River Dee at Chester . It was intended to link Chester to Middlewich , with a branch to Nantwich, but the Trent and Mersey Canal were unco-operative about a junction at Middlewich, and so the route to Nantwic

#13 Indiana Mammoth Internal Improvement Act

The Indiana Mammoth Internal Improvement Act was a law passed by the Indiana General Assembly and signed by Whig Governor Noah Noble in 1836 that greatly expanded the state's program of internal improvements . It added $10 million to spending and funded several projects, including turnpikes , canals

#14 Brazos Santiago Pass (Texas)

Brazos Santiago Pass is a natural coastal landform located in the Lower Laguna Madre and Lower Rio Grande Valley on the furthest southern beach terrain of the Texas Gulf Coast . [2] The seacoast passage is interpolated by barrier islands encompassing the southern Brazos Island and the northern South

#15 Pogue's Run

Pogue's Run is an urban creek that starts near the intersection of Elizabeth Street and Lennington Drive on the east side [1] of Indianapolis, Indiana , and empties into the White River south of the Kentucky Avenue bridge over that river. At the stream's intersection with New York Street just east o

#16 Great Falls (Missouri River)

The Great Falls of the Missouri River are a series of waterfalls on the upper Missouri River in north-central Montana in the United States . From upstream to downstream, the five falls along a 10-mile (16   km) segment of the river [2] are: Black Eagle Falls ( 26   feet 5   inches or 8.05 meters ) [

#17 Coyote Creek (San Gabriel River tributary)

Coyote Creek is a principal tributary of the San Gabriel River [3] in northwest Orange County , southeast Los Angeles County , and southwest Riverside County, California . It drains a land area of roughly 41.3 square miles (107   km 2 ) covering eight major cities, including Brea , Buena Park , Full

#18 Shade River

The Shade River is a tributary of the Ohio River in southeastern Ohio in the United States . Via the Ohio River, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River , draining an area of 221 square miles (570   km 2 ) on the unglaciated portion of the Allegheny Plateau . The Shade River is 17.4 mil

#19 Zuid-Willemsvaart

The Zuid-Willemsvaart ( Dutch:   [zœytˈʋɪləmsfaːrt] ; translated: South William's Canal ) is a canal in the south of the Netherlands and the east of Belgium . Canal in the Netherlands Zuid-Willemsvaart Map of the Zuid-Willemsvaart Country Netherlands, Belgium Specifications Length 121.9   km (75.7 m

#20 Mississippi River

The Mississippi River [lower-alpha 1] is the second-longest river and chief river of the second-largest drainage system in North America , second only to the Hudson Bay drainage system. [15] [16] From its traditional source of Lake Itasca in northern Minnesota , it flows generally south for 2,340 mi

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Sea / Sea

#1 Gulf of Sidra

The Gulf of Sidra ( Arabic : خليج السدرة , romanized :   Khalij as-Sidra , also known as the Gulf of Sirte ( Arabic : خليج سرت , romanized :   Khalij Surt , is a body of water in the Mediterranean Sea on the northern coast of Libya , named after the oil port of Sidra or the city of Sirte . [2] It wa

#2 Broken Bay

Broken Bay , a semi-mature tide -dominated drowned valley estuary , [1] is a large inlet of the Tasman Sea located about 50 kilometres (31   mi) north of Sydney central business district on the coast of New South Wales , Australia ; being one of the bodies of water that separate greater Metropolitan

#3 Yellow Sea

The Yellow Sea is a marginal sea of the Western Pacific Ocean located between mainland China and the Korean Peninsula , and can be considered the northwestern part of the East China Sea . It is one of four seas named after common colour terms (the others being the Black Sea , the Red Sea and the Whi

#4 Vahsel Bay

Vahsel Bay ( German : Vahselbucht ) is a bay about 7 miles wide in the western part of the Luitpold Coast , Antarctica . Western part of the Luitpold Coast, Antarctica This bay receives the flow of the Schweitzer Glacier and Lerchenfeld Glacier . It was discovered by the German Antarctic Expedition

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