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langs: 21 марта [ru] / march 21 [en] / 21. märz [de] / 21 mars [fr] / 21 marzo [it] / 21 de marzo [es]

days: march 18 / march 19 / march 20 / march 21 / march 22 / march 23 / march 24

Coast / Coast

#1 Southport

Southport is a large seaside town in Merseyside , England. At the 2001 census , it had a population of 90,336, making it the eleventh most populous settlement in North West England . [4] Town in Merseyside, England For other uses, see Southport (disambiguation) . Town in England Southport Town Marin

#2 Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro

Copacabana ( Portuguese pronunciation:   [kɔpakaˈbɐ̃nɐ] ) is a bairro (neighbourhood) located in the South Zone of the city of Rio de Janeiro , Brazil . It is most prominently known for its 4   km (2.5   miles) balneario beach, which is one of the most famous in the world. [1] This article is about

#3 Children's Pool Beach

Children's Pool Beach is a small sandy beach area located at 850 Coast Boulevard, at the end of Jenner Street, in San Diego , California , United States. Aerial view of the pool, May 2011, with over 200 seals on the beach The Children's Pool earned its name after the construction of a concrete break

#4 Taroona Beach, Tasmania

Taroona Beach is a popular beach destination along the River Derwent in Taroona , Hobart, Tasmania . The south facing beach looks directly out to Storm Bay and the Tasman Sea , with views of the Derwent estuary, the City of Clarence on the eastern shore, Opossum Bay , South Arm , the Alum Cliffs and

#5 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

#6 Antofagasta

Antofagasta ( Spanish pronunciation:   [antofaˈɣasta] ( listen ) ) is a port city in northern Chile , about 1,100 kilometres (700   mi) north of Santiago . It is the capital of Antofagasta Province and Antofagasta Region . According to the 2015 census, the city has a population of 402,669. [4] For o

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Island / Island

#1 Ufenau

Ufenau is an island located, with the neighbouring island of Lützelau , in Lake Zürich in Switzerland between Freienbach ( 0.9   km (0.56   mi) away) and Rapperswil ( 2.5   km (1.6   mi) away). Highlights on Ufenau include St. Peter & Paul church, St. Martin's chapel, and Ufenau's idyllic landscape

#2 Omelek Island

Omelek Island ( / ˈ oʊ m əl ɛ k / ; Marshallese : Kom̧le , pronounced [kʷomˠ(ɤ)lʲe] ) [1] is part of the Kwajalein Atoll in the Republic of the Marshall Islands . It is controlled by the United States military under a long-term lease (along with ten other islands in the atoll ) and is part of the Ro

#3 Fort Denison

Fort Denison , part of the Sydney Harbour National Park , is a protected national park that is a heritage-listed former penal site and defensive facility occupying a small island located north-east of the Royal Botanic Gardens and approximately 1 kilometre (0.62   mi) east of the Opera House in Sydn

#4 Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai

Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai ( ɽ ( listen ) ) is a submarine volcano in the South Pacific located about 30   km (19   mi) south of the submarine volcano of Fonuafo ʻ ou and 65   km (40   mi) north of Tongatapu , Tonga 's main island. [3] It is part of the highly active Kermadec-Tonga subduction zone an

#5 Jarijima

Gravel Island (砂利島|Jarijima) is a small, uninhabited island , located in the South China Sea . Gravel Island is part of the Spratly Islands . This coral and volcanic island is the smallest islet and the northwesternmost of a small group of three coral atolls. It has an area of 0.32 hectares (0.79 ac

#6 Île des Cygnes (former island)

The Île des Cygnes or Île Maquerelle was an island on the river Seine in Paris. It was in the north-west part of the 7th arrondissement , between rue de l'Université and the Seine, the Invalides and the Champ de Mars . The Musée du quai Branly is located on it. Not to be confused with the Île aux Cy

#7 Raoul Island

Raoul Island ( Sunday Island ), the largest and northernmost of the main Kermadec Islands , 900   km (560   mi) south south-west of 'Ata Island of Tonga and 1,100   km (680   mi) north north-east of New Zealand's North Island , has been the source of vigorous volcanic activity during the past severa

#8 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

#9 Terceira Island

Terceira ( Portuguese pronunciation:   [tɨɾˈsɐjɾɐ] ) is a volcanic island in the Azores archipelago, in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean . It is one of the larger islands of the archipelago, with a population of 53,311 inhabitants in an area of approximately 396.75 square kilometres (153.19 sq

#10 Mont-Saint-Michel

Mont-Saint-Michel [2] ( French pronunciation:   ​ [lə mɔ̃ sɛ̃ miʃɛl] ; Norman : Mont Saint Miché ; Breton : Menez Mikael ar Mor ; English: Saint Michael 's Mount ) is a tidal island and mainland commune in Normandy , France. Tidal island in Normandy, France This article is about the town. For the mo

#11 Hindmarsh Island

Hindmarsh Island ( Ngarrindjeri : Kumerangk) is an inland river island located in the lower Murray River near the town of Goolwa , South Australia . This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page . ( Learn how and when to remove these template messa

#12 Alcatraz Island

Alcatraz Island ( / ˈ æ l k ə ˌ t r æ z / ) is a small island in San Francisco Bay , 1.25 miles (2.01   km) offshore from San Francisco, California , United States. [1] The island was developed in the mid-19th century with facilities for a lighthouse , a military fortification, and a military prison

#13 Nihoa

Nihoa ( / n iː ˈ h oʊ . ə / ; Hawaiian : Nīhoa [niˈhowə] ), also known as Bird Island or Moku Manu , is the tallest of ten islands and atolls in the uninhabited Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI). The island is located at the southern end of the NWHI chain, 296   km (160   nmi) southeast of Necker

#14 Iceland

Iceland ( Icelandic : Ísland ; [ˈistlant] ( listen ) ) [lower-alpha 4] is a Nordic island country in the North Atlantic Ocean and the most sparsely populated country in Europe . [13] Iceland's capital and largest city is Reykjavík , which (along with its surrounding areas) is home to over 65% of the

#15 Saint Helena

Saint Helena ( / h ə ˈ l iː n ə / ) is a British overseas territory located in the South Atlantic Ocean . It is a remote volcanic tropical island 1,950 kilometres (1,210 miles) west of the coast of south-western Africa, and 4,000 kilometres (2,500   mi) east of Rio de Janeiro in South America. It is

#16 Andaman and Nicobar Islands

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands is a union territory of India consisting of 572 islands, of which 37 are inhabited, at the junction of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea . [6] The territory is about 150   km (93   mi) north of Aceh in Indonesia and separated from Thailand and Myanmar by the Andam

#17 Iwo Jima

Iwo Jima ( / ˌ iː w oʊ ˈ dʒ iː m ə / , also US : / ˌ iː w ə ˈ -/ ), [2] [3] [4] [5] known in Japan as Iō Tō ( 硫黄島 , Iō-tō , lit.   ' sulfur island ' ) , [6] is one of the Japanese Volcano Islands and lies south of the Bonin Islands . Together with other islands, they form the Ogasawara Archipelago.

#18 Revillagigedo Islands

The Revillagigedo Islands ( Spanish : Islas Revillagigedo , IPA:   [reˈβiʝa xiˈxeðo] ) or Revillagigedo Archipelago are a group of four volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean , known for their unique ecosystem. They lie approximately 458 kilometres (285   mi) from Socorro Island south and southwest o

#19 Romblon

Romblon ( / r ɒ m ˈ b l oʊ n / rom- BLOHN , Tagalog:   [ɾomˈblon] ) is an archipelagic province of the Philippines located in the Mimaropa region . Its main islands include Tablas , the largest, which covers nine municipalities; Sibuyan with its three towns; as well as the smaller island municipalit

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Jesse Handsley

Jesse Handsley (29 March 1876   – c. 3 June 1916) was an able seaman who served with distinction under Captain Robert Falcon Scott on Scott's first expedition to the Antarctic regions; the Discovery expedition of 1901 to 1904. Royal Navy able seamen and Antarctic explorer This article's tone or styl

#2 The Reluctant Dragon (short story)

" The Reluctant Dragon " is an 1898 children's story by Kenneth Grahame , originally published as a chapter in his book Dream Days . It is Grahame's most famous short story, arguably better known than Dream Days itself or the related 1895 collection The Golden Age . [1] It can be seen as a prototype

#3 Junction Peak

Junction Peak is a thirteener in the Sierra Nevada . Joseph Nisbet LeConte chose this name in 1896, noting that it marks the point where the Sierra Crest crosses the water divide of the Kern and Kings rivers. [7] Today it also is the boundary between Inyo and Tulare counties, and of Kings Canyon Nat

#4 Mount Carmel

Mount Carmel ( Hebrew : הַר הַכַּרְמֶל , romanized :   Har haKarmel ; Arabic : جبل الكرمل , romanized :   Jabal al-Karmil ), also known in Arabic as Mount Mar Elias ( Arabic: جبل مار إلياس , romanized:   Jabal Mār Ilyās , lit.   ' Mount Saint Elias/ Elijah ' ), is a coastal mountain range in norther

#5 Porongurup National Park

Porongurup National Park is a national park in the Great Southern region of Western Australia . [2] It covers 26.21 square kilometres (10.12   sq   mi) , and is 360 kilometres (220   mi) southeast of Perth and 40 kilometres (25   mi) north of Albany . This article needs additional citations for veri

#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 Skamlingsbanken

Skamlingsbanken is a large hill located in Vejstrup Parish , Jutland , Denmark, between Kolding and Christiansfeld . With a peak rising to 113 metres (371   ft) above sea level, it is the highest point in Southern Jutland . Skamlingsbanken Memorial on Højskamling at Skamling for 18 people. (marts 20

#8 Mount Bromo

The Bromo ( Javanese : ꦧꦿꦩ ), or Mount Bromo ( Javanese : ꦒꦸꦤꦸꦁ​ꦧꦿꦩ (Pegon: ڮنڠ برومو ‎ , romanized:   Gunung Bromo ) is an active somma volcano and part of the Tengger mountains, in East Java , Indonesia . At 2,329 meters (7,641 feet) it is not the highest peak of the massif, but the most famous. T

#9 Mount Redoubt

Redoubt Volcano , or Mount Redoubt ( Dena'ina :  Bentuggezh K’enulgheli ), is an active stratovolcano in the largely volcanic Aleutian Range of the U.S. state of Alaska . Located at the head of the Chigmit Mountains subrange in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve , the mountain is just west of Coo

#10 Black Virgin Mountain

Black Virgin Mountain ( Vietnamese : Núi Bà Đen meaning "Black Lady Mountain", Khmer : Phnom Chol Baden ) is a mountain in the Tây Ninh Province of Vietnam . The mountain is the center of a Vietnamese myth about Bà Đen , a local deity of Khmer origin. During the Vietnam War the area around the mount

#11 Mount Tasman

Mount Tasman ( Horokoau in Māori ) is New Zealand's second highest mountain, rising to a height of 3,497 metres (11,473   ft) . It is located in the Southern Alps of the South Island , four kilometres to the north of its larger neighbour, Aoraki / Mount Cook . Unlike Aoraki / Mount Cook, Mount Tasma

#12 Cerro Negro

Cerro Negro is an active volcano in the Cordillera de los Maribios mountain range in Nicaragua , about 10   km (6.2   mi) from the village of Malpaisillo . It is a very new volcano, the youngest in Central America, having first appeared in April 1850. It consists of a gravelly basaltic cinder cone ,

#13 Mount Constance

Mount Constance is a peak in the Olympic Mountains of Washington and the third highest in the range. It is the most visually prominent peak on Seattle 's western skyline. Despite being almost as tall as the ice-clad Mount Olympus to the west, Mount Constance has little in the way of glaciers and per

#14 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

#15 Benbulbin

Benbulbin ( Irish : Binn Ghulbain ), [1] sometimes Benbulben or Ben Bulben , is a large flat-topped nunatak [2] rock formation in County Sligo , Ireland . It is part of the Dartry Mountains , in an area sometimes called " Yeats Country". [3] [4] [5] Mountain in Ireland Benbulbin Benbulbin's northern

#16 Mount Edziza volcanic complex

The Mount Edziza volcanic complex is a large and potentially active [2] north-south trending complex volcano in Stikine Country , northwestern British Columbia , Canada, located 38 kilometres (24   mi) southeast of the small community of Telegraph Creek . It occupies the southeastern portion of the

#17 Mount Longonot

Mount Longonot is a stratovolcano located southeast of Lake Naivasha in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya , Africa . It is thought to have last erupted in the 1860s. [1] Its name is derived from the Maasai word Oloonong'ot , meaning "mountains of many spurs" or "steep ridges". Volcano in Kenya Mount Lo

#18 San Gorgonio Mountain

San Gorgonio Mountain , also known locally as Mount San Gorgonio , or Old Greyback , is the highest peak in Southern California and the Transverse Ranges at 11,503 feet (3,506   m) . Highest peak of the Transverse Ranges of California, United States San Gorgonio Mountain Highest   point Elevation 11

#19 Didicas Volcano

Didicas Volcano is an active volcanic island in the province of Cagayan in northern Philippines . The island, which was a submarine volcano and re-emerged from the sea in 1952, is 22 kilometres (14   mi) NE of Camiguin Island , one of the Babuyan Islands in Luzon Strait . Before 1952, the volcano fi

#20 Slide Mountain (Ulster County, New York)

Slide Mountain is the highest peak in the Catskill Mountains of the U.S. state of New York . It is located in the town of Shandaken in Ulster County . While the 4,180-foot (1,270   m) contour line on topographic maps is generally accepted as its height, the exact elevation of the summit has never be

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Aliyar Reservoir

Aliyar ( (also spelt Azhiyar / Aaliyar ) Reservoir is a 6.48   km 2 (2.5   sq   mi) reservoir located in Aliyar village near Pollachi town in Coimbatore District , Tamil Nadu , South India . The dam is located in the foothills of Valparai , in the Anaimalai Hills of the Western Ghats . [2] It is abo

#2 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

#3 Beech Hill Pond

Beech Hill Pond is a lake in Otis , Hancock County, Maine , in the United States. It is 4.5 miles long, half a mile wide, and up to 104 feet deep. Trout, salmon, and other species of fish have been observed in the lake. Bald eagles and loons also live on the shoreline. Body of water Beech Hill Pond

#4 Lochlea, South Ayrshire

Lochlea or Lochlie (pronounced 'Lochli') was situated in a low-lying area between the farms and dwellings of Lochlea and Lochside in the Parish of Tarbolton , South Ayrshire , Scotland. The loch was natural, sitting in a hollow created by glaciation. The loch waters ultimately drained via Fail Loch

#5 Wascana Centre

Wascana Centre is a 930-hectare (9.3 km 2 /2,300 acre/3.6 mi 2 ) urban park built around Wascana Lake in Regina, Saskatchewan , Canada, established in 1912 with a design from renowned architect Thomas Mawson . The park is designed around the Saskatchewan Legislative Building and Wascana Lake. High-p

#6 Glen Canyon Dam

Glen Canyon Dam is a concrete arch-gravity dam on the Colorado River in northern Arizona , United States , near the town of Page . The 710-foot (220   m) high dam was built by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) from 1956 to 1966 and forms Lake Powell , one of the largest man-made reservoirs in th

#7 Utah Lake

Utah Lake is a shallow freshwater lake in the center of Utah County , Utah , United States. It lies in Utah Valley , surrounded by the Provo - Orem metropolitan area . The lake's only river outlet, the Jordan River , is a tributary of the Great Salt Lake . Evaporation accounts for 42% of the lake's

#8 Totak

Totak is a lake in the municipality of Vinje in Vestfold og Telemark county, Norway . The lake is part of the Skien river watershed ( Skiensvassdraget ), discharging via the river Tokke to lake Bandak . At 306   m Totak is the 10th deepest lake in Norway; this tremendous overdeepening marks it as a

#9 Lough Corrib

Lough Corrib ( / l ɒ x ˈ k ɒr ɪ b / lokh KORR -ib ; Irish : Loch Coirib [4] ) is a lake in the west of Ireland. The River Corrib or Galway River connects the lake to the sea at Galway . It is the largest lake within the Republic of Ireland and the second largest on the island of Ireland (after Lough

#10 Maschsee

The Maschsee is an artificial lake situated south of the city centre of Hanover in Germany . Spanning an area of 78 hectares (190 acres) , it is the largest body of water within the capital of Lower Saxony . The lake is a popular recreation area as well as a venue for numerous water sports . Artific

#11 Lake James (Indiana)

Lake James is a natural lake located in the northeast corner of the state of Indiana in the United States . It is popular as a place for boating and fishing and has a wide variety of wildlife. As the state's fourth-largest natural lake, it has over 1,200 acres (490   ha) of surface water, and consis

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River / River

#1 Neva

The Neva ( Russian : Нева́ , IPA:   [nʲɪˈva] ) is a river in northwestern Russia flowing from Lake Ladoga through the western part of Leningrad Oblast (historical region of Ingria ) to the Neva Bay of the Gulf of Finland . Despite its modest length of 74 kilometres (46   mi) , it is the fourth-large

#2 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

#3 Middle Rhine

Between Bingen and Bonn , Germany, the river Rhine flows as the Middle Rhine ( German : Mittelrhein ) through the Rhine Gorge , a formation created by erosion, which happened at about the same rate as an uplift in the region, leaving the river at about its original level, and the surrounding lands r

#4 Seven Wonders of the Waterways

The Seven Wonders of the Waterways is a list of landmarks on the navigable waterways of the United Kingdom . The list was originally compiled in 1946 [1] by Robert Aickman , co-founder of the Inland Waterways Association (IWA), at a time when the waterways network was largely derelict. [2] Today, th

#5 Colorado River

The Colorado River ( Spanish : Río Colorado ) is one of the principal rivers (along with the Rio Grande ) in the Southwestern United States and northern Mexico . The 1,450-mile-long (2,330   km) river drains an expansive, arid watershed that encompasses parts of seven U.S. states and two Mexican sta

#6 Brisbane River

The Brisbane River is the longest river in South-East Queensland , Australia, and flows through the city of Brisbane , before emptying into Moreton Bay on the Coral Sea . John Oxley , the first European to explore the river, named it after the Governor of New South Wales , Sir Thomas Brisbane in 182

#7 Transportation in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

Transportation in Lancaster County , Pennsylvania has a long and variegated history. An early-settled part of the United States , and lying on the route between Philadelphia and Harrisburg , it has been the site of early experiments in canals, railroads, and highways. Before all these, at least ten

#8 River Don, Yorkshire

The River Don (also called River Dun in some stretches) is a river in South Yorkshire and the East Riding of Yorkshire , England. It rises in the Pennines , west of Dunford Bridge , and flows for 69 miles (111   km) eastwards, through the Don Valley, via Penistone , Sheffield , Rotherham , Mexboroug

#9 Wolf Run (Muncy Creek tributary)

Wolf Run is a tributary of Muncy Creek in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania , in the United States. It is 7.6 miles (12.2   km) in length. [1] The stream flows through Wolf Township, Muncy Township, and Muncy Creek Township. The stream's watershed has an area of 10.8 square miles. Slightly over two mill

#10 Kishwaukee River

The Kishwaukee River , locally known as simply The Kish , is a 63.4-mile-long (102.0   km) [2] river in the U.S. state of Illinois . [3] It is a tributary of the Rock River [4] and its name derives from the Potowatomi word for "river of the sycamore ". [5] River in the United States Kishwaukee River

#11 Bradford Canal

The Bradford Canal was a 3.5-mile (5.6   km) English canal which ran from the Leeds and Liverpool Canal at Shipley into the centre of Bradford . It opened in 1774, and was closed in 1866, when it was declared to be a public health hazard. Four years later it reopened with a better water supply, and

#12 Fort Worth Water Gardens

The Fort Worth Water Gardens , built in 1974, is located on the south end of downtown Fort Worth between Houston and Commerce Streets next to the Fort Worth Convention Center . The 4.3-acre (1.7 hectare) Water Gardens were designed by noted New York architects Philip Johnson and John Burgee and were

#13 Floods in New South Wales

Australian rivers have been subject to devastating floods in New South Wales , recorded since colonisation . [1] Flooding in New South Wales has predominately been caused by excessive flows into rivers located in New South Wales and, to a lesser extent, excessive flows into rivers located in Queensl

#14 Newry Canal

The Newry Canal , located in Northern Ireland , was built to link the Tyrone coalfields (via Lough Neagh and the River Bann) to the Irish Sea at Carlingford Lough near Newry . It was the first summit level canal to be built in Ireland or Great Britain, [1] and pre-dated the more famous Bridgewater C

#15 Mill River (Northampton, Massachusetts)

The Mill River is a 13.5-mile-long (21.7   km) [1] tributary of the Connecticut River arising in the western hilltowns of Hampshire County , Massachusetts . It is notable for dropping in elevation, along with its West Branch, more than 700 feet (210   m) over 15 miles (24   km) . Tributary of the Co

#16 Bingley Five Rise Locks

Bingley Five-Rise Locks is a staircase lock on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal at Bingley ( grid reference SE107399 ). As the name implies, a boat passing through the lock is lifted or lowered in five stages. Staircase lock on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal at Bingley The Five Rise Locks from below

#17 Cranberry River (West Virginia)

The Cranberry River is a tributary of the Gauley River located in southeastern West Virginia in the United States . [5] It is a part of the Mississippi River watershed, by way of the Gauley, Kanawha , and Ohio Rivers, draining an area of 74 square miles (192   km 2 ) . [2] River in West Virginia, Un

#18 Clinton–Kalamazoo Canal

The Clinton–Kalamazoo Canal is a canal in Michigan that was abandoned after being only partially completed. The canal was to connect Lake St. Clair with Lake Michigan . Project backers were inspired by the success of the Erie Canal in New York , which was completed in 1825. After gaining statehood i

#19 Strabane Canal

The Strabane Canal is a short (6.5   km) canal in County Tyrone , Northern Ireland . It connected the market town of Strabane to the navigable River Foyle and from there to the port of Foyle Port on the north coast of Ireland. The canal opened in 1796 and closed in 1962. Strabane Canal The restored

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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 Nepean Bay

Nepean Bay is a bay located on the north-east coast of Kangaroo Island in the Australian state of South Australia about 130 kilometres (81 miles) south-south-west of Adelaide . It was named by the British navigator, Matthew Flinders , after Sir Evan Nepean on 21 March 1802. Bay in South Australia Th

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