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langs: 3 марта [ru] / march 3 [en] / 3. märz [de] / 3 mars [fr] / 3 marzo [it] / 3 de marzo [es]

days: february 29 / march 1 / march 2 / march 3 / march 4 / march 5 / march 6

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 Blackpool

Blackpool is a seaside resort in Lancashire , England. Located on the northwest coast of England, it is the main settlement within the borough also called Blackpool . The town is by the Irish Sea , between the Ribble and Wyre rivers, and is 27 miles (43   km) north of Liverpool and 40 miles (64   km

#3 Pendine Sands

Pendine Sands ( Welsh : Traeth Pentywyn , "end of the dunes beach") 7 miles (11   km) of beach on the shores of Carmarthen Bay on the south coast of Wales . It stretches west to east from Gilman Point to Laugharne Sands. The village of Pendine is close to the western end of Pendine Sands. Welsh TT r

#4 Pleasure Beach

Pleasure Beach is the Bridgeport portion of a Connecticut barrier beach that extends 2.5 miles (4   km) westerly from Point No Point (the portion in the adjoining town of Stratford is known as Long Beach). Prior to June, 2014, when Pleasure Beach re-opened, the area was Connecticut's largest and mos

#5 Gbalefa Peninsula

Gbalefa Peninsula is an area of land located south of Abeokuta and north of Lagos city . Gbalefa Peninsula was named after Akindele Gbalefa, the outstanding Owu warrior who led the Owu / Egba war against Ilobi   [ sv ] , Ado-Odo and Dahomey . This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it

#6 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,

#7 Scraggy Neck

Scraggy Neck is a peninsula in Buzzards Bay south of the Cape Cod Canal , in Cataumet , Massachusetts , USA . It is south of Wings Neck and southeast of Bassetts Island . As with all land in the area, the ancestral people on and around Scraggy Neck were Wampanoag . In 1637, through means that are no

#8 Amelia Island

Amelia Island is a part of the Sea Islands chain that stretches along the East Coast of the United States from South Carolina to Florida ; it is the southernmost of the Sea Islands, and the northernmost of the barrier islands on Florida's Atlantic coast. [1] Lying in Nassau County , Florida, it is 1

#9 Ocracoke, North Carolina

Ocracoke / ˈ oʊ k r ə k oʊ k / [4] is a census-designated place (CDP) and unincorporated town located at the southern end of Ocracoke Island , located entirely within Hyde County , North Carolina , United States. The population was 948 as of the 2010 census . [5] In the 2020 census, the population h

#10 Chaitén

Chaitén ( / tʃ aɪ ˈ t ɛ n / , chy- TEN ) is a Chilean town , commune and former capital of the Palena Province in Los Lagos Region . The town is north of the mouth of Yelcho River , on the east coast of the Gulf of Corcovado . The town is strategically close to the northern end of the Carretera Aust

#11 Florida

Florida is a state located in the Southeastern region of the United States . Florida is bordered to the west by the Gulf of Mexico , to the northwest by Alabama , to the north by Georgia , to the east by the Bahamas and Atlantic Ocean , and to the south by the Straits of Florida and Cuba ; it is the

#12 Balkans

The Balkans ( / ˈ b ɔː l k ən z / BAWL -kənz ), also known as the Balkan Peninsula , is a geographic area in southeastern Europe with various geographical and historical definitions. [1] [2] [3] The region takes its name from the Balkan Mountains that stretch throughout the whole of Bulgaria . The B

#13 San Antonio, Chile

San Antonio is a Chilean port city, commune and the capital of the San Antonio Province in the Valparaíso Region . In the twenty-first century San Antonio has surpassed Valparaíso in freight volume handled, becoming the main freight port of Chile. [4] This has led to the challenging of Valparaíso's

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Island / Island

#1 Rongelap Atoll

Rongelap Atoll / ˈ r ɒ ŋ ɡ əl æ p / RONG -gə-lap ( Marshallese : Ron̄ļap , [rʷɔŋʷ(ɔ)lˠɑpʲ] [2] ) is a coral atoll of 61 islands (or motus ) in the Pacific Ocean , and forms a legislative district of the Ralik Chain of the Marshall Islands . Its total land area is 8 square miles (21   km 2 ) . It enc

#2 Cayman Brac

Cayman Brac is an island that is part of the Cayman Islands . It lies in the Caribbean Sea about 145   km (90   mi) north-east of Grand Cayman and 8   km (5.0   mi) east of Little Cayman . It is about 19   km (12   mi) long, with an average width of 2   km (1.2   mi) . Its terrain is the most promin

#3 Canton Island

Canton Island (also known as Kanton or Abariringa ), previously known as Mary Island , Mary Balcout's Island or Swallow Island , is the largest, northernmost, and as of 2020 [update] , the sole inhabited island of the Phoenix Islands , in the Republic of Kiribati . It is an atoll located in the Sout

#4 Sherbro Island

Sherbro Island is in the Atlantic Ocean , and is included within Bonthe District , Southern Province , Sierra Leone . The island is separated from the African mainland by the Sherbro River in the north and Sherbro Strait in the east. It is 32 miles (51   km) long and up to 15 miles (24   km) wide, c

#5 Magnetic Island (Antarctica)

Magnetic Island is a small island in the Donskiye Islands group in the Donskiye Islands group lying 500   m north-east of Turner Island , off the Breidnes Peninsula , Vestfold Hills , Princess Elizabeth Land , Antarctica . Island of Antarctica Magnetic Island Magnetic Island Location in Antarctica G

#6 Brač

Brač is an island in the Adriatic Sea within Croatia , with an area of 396 square kilometres (153   sq   mi) , [1] making it the largest island in Dalmatia , and the third largest in the Adriatic. It is separated from the mainland by the Brač Channel , which is 5 to 13   km (3 to 8   mi) wide. [2] T

#7 Gough Island

Gough Island ( / ɡ ɒ f / ), also known historically as Gonçalo Álvares , is a rugged volcanic island in the South Atlantic Ocean. It is a dependency of Tristan da Cunha and part of the British overseas territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha . It is about 400   km (250   mi) south-

#8 Island territories of the Netherlands Antilles

The island territories of the Netherlands Antilles ( Dutch : eilandgebieden ) were the top-level administrative subdivisions of the Netherlands Antilles . The government of each island territory consisted of three major parts: [1] The island council ( eilandsraad ) – the local parliament, elected ev

#9 Pelee, Ontario

Pelee Island , Ontario , Canada / ˈ p i l iː / , is an island in the western half of Lake Erie . Pelee Island is connected to the Canadian and United States mainland by ferry service. At 42   km 2 (16   sq   mi) , Pelee Island is the largest island in Lake Erie and the southernmost populated point i

#10 Sandy Island, New Caledonia

Sandy Island (sometimes labelled in French Île de Sable , and in Spanish Isla Arenosa ) is a non-existent island that was charted for over a century as being located near the French territory of New Caledonia between the Chesterfield Islands and Nereus Reef in the eastern Coral Sea . [1] The island

#11 New Providence

New Providence is the most populous island in the Bahamas , containing more than 70% of the total population. [1] It is the location of the national capital city of Nassau , whose boundaries are coincident with the island; it had a population of 246,329 at the 2010 Census; the latest estimate (2016)

#12 Yeto Island

Pedro Brancia Yeto (March 3, 1917 - March 1, 2004) was a lieutenant assigned to the U.S. Signal Corps during World War II . He had set up a wireless radio relay station on this island which lies at 10°24′24″N 122°33′13″E between Guimaras Island and Guiuanon Island on the Province of Panay in the Rep

#13 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   (

#14 Buldir Island

Buldir Island (also sometimes written Buldyr ; Aleut : Idmaax ; [1] Russian : Булдырь ) is a small island in the western Aleutian Islands of the U.S. state of Alaska . It is 4.3 miles (6.9   km) long and 2.5 miles (4.0   km) wide with an area of 7.4482 square miles (19.291   km 2 ) . Buldir is farth

#15 Mentawai Islands Regency

The Mentawai Islands Regency are a chain of about seventy islands and islets approximately 150 kilometres (93 miles) off the western coast of Sumatra in Indonesia . They cover 6,033.76 km 2 and had a population of 76,173 at the 2010 Census and 87,623 at the 2020 Census. [3] Siberut at 3,838.25 squar

#16 Lundy

Lundy is an English island in the Bristol Channel . It forms part of the district of Torridge in the county of Devon . English island in the Bristol Channel This article is about the island of Lundy, England. For other uses, see Lundy (disambiguation) . Lundy Site of Special Scientific Interest Loca

#17 Universal's Islands of Adventure

Universal's Islands of Adventure (also known as Islands of Adventure or IOA ), originally called Universal Studios Islands of Adventure , is a theme park located in Orlando, Florida . It opened on May 28, 1999, along with CityWalk , as part of an expansion that converted Universal Studios Florida in

#18 Inchkeith

Inchkeith (from the Scottish Gaelic : Innis Cheith ) is an island in the Firth of Forth , Scotland, administratively part of the Fife council area. This article is about the island of Scotland. For the community in Canada, see Inchkeith, Saskatchewan . Not to be confused with Keith Inch , now part o

#19 Little Cayman

Little Cayman is one of three Islands that make up the Cayman Islands . It is located in the Caribbean Sea , approximately 60 miles (96   km) northeast of East End, Grand Cayman and five miles (8   km) west of West End, Cayman Brac. Little Cayman is the least populous island of the three, with a per

#20 Canton and Enderbury Islands

The Canton and Enderbury Islands consist of the coral atolls of Canton Island (also Kanton) and Enderbury in the northeastern part of the Phoenix Islands , about 1,850 miles (3,000   km) south of Hawaii in the central Pacific Ocean . The islands were vital naval and air bases on the route between th

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Mount Ryūjin

Mount Ryūjin ( 龍神岳 , Ryūjindake ) is a mountain on the border between Tanabe , Wakayama and Totsukawa , Nara . At a height of 1,382   m (4,534   ft) , it is the highest point in Saitama and the name of the mountain was given in 2008. [1] Mountain in Japan Mount Ryūjin Highest   point Elevation 1,382

#2 Crystal Crag

Crystal Crag is a 10,377-foot-elevation (3,163 meter) summit located in the Sierra Nevada mountain range in Mono County of northern California , United States. [4] This photogenic landmark, popular with rock climbers, [6] is situated approximately three miles south of the community of Mammoth Lakes

#3 Buldir Volcano

Buldir Volcano is an inactive stratovolcano located on Buldir Island in the Aleutian Islands of Alaska, once described as "the westernmost volcanic center of the present Pleistocene to Recent Aleutian volcanic front." [2] It shares the island with a younger stratovolcano entitled East Cape . Buldir

#4 Stone Mountain

Stone Mountain is a quartz monzonite dome monadnock and the site of Stone Mountain Park , 16 miles (26   km) east of Atlanta, Georgia . Outside the park is the small city of Stone Mountain, Georgia . The park is the most visited tourist site in the state of Georgia. Mountain and park in Georgia, Uni

#5 Midgard Peak

Midgard Peak is a 2,807-metre (9,209-foot) mountain summit located in the Valhalla Ranges of the Selkirk Mountains in British Columbia , Canada . Midgard Peak is the third-highest point in the Valhalla Ranges, with the highest being Gladsheim Peak , 2.9   km (1.8   mi) to the east-northeast. [2] Its

#6 Klyuchevskaya Sopka

Klyuchevskaya Sopka ( Russian : Ключевская сопка ; also known as Klyuchevskoi , Russian : Ключевской ) is a stratovolcano , the highest mountain of Siberia and the highest active volcano of Eurasia . Its steep, symmetrical cone towers about 100 kilometres (60   mi) from the Bering Sea . The volcano

#7 San Stefano Peak

San Stefano Peak ( Bulgarian : връх Сан Стефано , romanized :   vrah San Stefano , IPA:   [ˈvrɤx sɐn stɛˈfano] ) is a rocky peak rising to 256 m, the summit of Rugged Island off the west coast of Byers Peninsula of Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands , Antarctica . Situated in the centra

#8 Cornish Hill

Cornish Hill is a small mountain chain, made of two main elevations the tallest being 2,231 feet (680   m) . Cornish Hill is located in the Central New York region of New York southeast Cooperstown, New York . [2] Mountain in New York, United States Cornish Hill Cornish Hill Location of Cornish Hill

#9 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

#10 Tokosha Mountains

Tokosha Mountains is a 6,148   ft (1,870   m) multi-peak massif located in the Alaska Range , in Denali National Park and Preserve , in Alaska, United States . It is situated between the toes of Ruth Glacier and Tokositna Glacier , 27   mi (43   km) south-southeast of Denali and 26   mi (42   km) no

#11 Asgard Peak

Asgard Peak is a 2,825-metre (9,268-foot) mountain summit located in the Valhalla Ranges of the Selkirk Mountains in British Columbia , Canada . Asgard Peak is the second-highest point in the Valhalla Ranges, with the highest being Gladsheim Peak , 2.1   km (1.3   mi) to the east. [3] It is situated

#12 Mount Rushmore

Mount Rushmore National Memorial is centered on a colossal sculpture carved into the granite face of Mount Rushmore ( Lakota : Tȟuŋkášila Šákpe , or Six Grandfathers [2] ) in the Black Hills near Keystone, South Dakota . Sculptor Gutzon Borglum created the sculpture's design and oversaw the project'

#13 Rattlesnake Ridge

Rattlesnake Ridge , known as daʔšədabš to the Snoqualmie people , is the ridge of Rattlesnake Mountain located south of North Bend, Washington , United States. The western end is near the intersection of State Route 18 and I-90 in Snoqualmie, Washington , and runs southeast about 7 miles (11   km) o

#14 Jingjiang Lonely Hill

The Lonely Hill ( Chinese : 孤山 ; pinyin : Gūshān ) is a natural feature on the south side of Gushan Town, a northern suburb of Jingjiang City, in China's Jiangsu Province . [1] Located some 5–6   km north of Jingjiang's city center, it is one of the city's main nature areas. [2] This article has mul

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Hub Dam

Hub Dam ( Urdu : حب ڈیم ) is a reservoir on the Hub River . It is situated 56   km from Karachi city in Karachi and Lasbela Districts on Sindh and Balochistan provinces border. The dam is extended to 24300 acres with gross storage capacity of 857000 acre feet. It is the Pakistan's third-largest dam

#2 Strack Pond

Strack Pond is a glacial kettle pond located inside Forest Park , Queens , New York City. The pond was buried in 1966 and restored four decades later. [1] Pond in Queens, New York Its namesake was a Woodhaven resident killed in the Vietnam War . The pond is located at a point to the west of Woodhave

#3 Motijhil

Motijhil (also Motijheel , literal translation: Pearl Lake ), also known as Company due to its association with the East India Company , [1] is a horse-shoe shaped lake in Murshidabad , West Bengal , India. [2] [3] It was created by Nawazish Muhammad Khan, the son-in-law of Nawab Alivardi Khan . He

#4 Webbers Falls Lake

Webbers Falls Lake , also known as Webbers Falls Reservoir , is a reservoir created by a lock and dam on the Arkansas River in Muskogee County, Oklahoma . The normal elevation is 490 feet (150   m) . [2] It has 157 miles (253   km) of shoreline and a surface area of 11,600 acres (47,000,000   m 2 )

#5 Poulaphouca Reservoir

Poulaphouca Reservoir , officially Pollaphuca ( from Irish : Poll a' Phúca , meaning 'the Púca 's hole' ), [1] [2] is an active reservoir (for both water supply and electricity generation) and area of wild bird conservation in west County Wicklow , Ireland named after the Poulaphouca waterfall on it

#6 Sawa Lake

Sawa Lake ( Arabic : بحيرة ساوة ) is an endorheic basin located in the Iraqi governorate of Muthanna near to the Euphrates River, some 23 kilometres (14   mi) to the west of Al-Samawa city. This lake has no inlet or outlet, but it draws water from the Euphrates through a system of joint cracks and f

#7 Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station

The Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station (also referred to as The 50 years of Great October Dam) is a concrete gravity dam on the Angara River and adjacent hydroelectric power station . It is the second level of the Angara River hydroelectric station cascade in Irkutsk Oblast , Russia . From its commi

#8 Hardy Dam

Hardy Dam (or Hardy Hydroelectric Plant ) is an earth-filled embankment dam and powerplant complex on the Muskegon River in Big Prairie Township , Newaygo County , Michigan . At the time of its completion, it was the largest earthen dam in North America east of the Mississippi. Its impoundment forms

#9 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

#10 Merowe Dam

The Merowe Dam , also known as Merowe High Dam , Merowe Multi-Purpose Hydro Project or Hamdab Dam , is a large dam near Merowe Town in northern Sudan , about 350 kilometres (220   mi) north of the capital Khartoum . Its dimensions make it the largest contemporary hydropower project in Africa . It is

#11 Belo Monte Dam

The Belo Monte Dam ( formerly known as Kararaô ) is a hydroelectric dam complex on the northern part of the Xingu River in the state of Pará , Brazil . After its completion, with the installation of its 18th turbine, in November 2019, the installed capacity of the dam complex is 11,233   megawatts (

#12 West Point Lake

West Point Lake is a man-made reservoir located mostly in west-central Georgia on the Chattahoochee River and maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). The Chattahoochee river flows in from the north, before flowing through the West Point Dam , which impounds the lake, and continuing t

#13 Newt Graham Lock & Dam

Newt Graham Lock & Dam (also known as Newt Graham Lock and Dam 18, Newt Graham Lake, Newt Graham Reservoir and Newt Graham Pool.) [1] is the final lock and dam of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System (MKARNS) before reaching the western terminus, Tulsa Port of Catoosa on the Verdigris

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River / River

#1 Grantham Canal

The Grantham Canal ran 33 miles (53   km) from Grantham through 18 locks to West Bridgford, where it joined the River Trent . It was built primarily for the transportation of coal to Grantham. It opened in 1797 and its profitability steadily increased until 1841. It was then sold to a railway compan

#2 Joshua Jones (TV series)

Joshua Jones is a British stop motion children's television series produced by Bumper Films in 1992. Bumper Films also produced Rocky Hollow and Fireman Sam . This article needs additional citations for verification . ( December 2021 ) Joshua Jones Created by Rob Lee Developed by Bob Wilson Written

#3 River Crouch

The River Crouch is a small river that flows entirely through the English county of Essex . River in Essex, England River Crouch View of River Crouch near Canewdon , Essex looking towards Bridgemarsh Island and Althorne . Map of the River Crouch Nickname(s) The Crouch Location Country United Kingdom

#4 Presque Isle River

The Presque Isle River runs 42.1 miles (67.8   km) through the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and empties into Lake Superior . [1] Along its course, it flows through the Ottawa National Forest and Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park . It has 300 square miles (780   km 2 ) of drainage area in Uppe

#5 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

#6 East River (Florida)

The East River is a 10-mile-long (16   km) [1] river entirely within Wakulla County, Florida , draining part of the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge into the St. Marks River . For the other East River in Florida, see East Bay River . River in Florida, United States East River Location Country Unit

#7 Indian River (Manistique River tributary)

Indian River is a 59.1-mile-long (95.1   km) [2] tributary of the Manistique River on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in the United States . It rises out of Hovey Lake at 46°17′36″N 86°42′20″W [3] on Hiawatha National Forest land in Alger County and flows south and east through a lake district and o

#8 Ontonagon River

The Ontonagon River ( / ˌ ɒ n t ə ˈ n ɑː ɡ ən / ON -tə- NAH -gən ) is a river flowing into Lake Superior at the village of Ontonagon , on the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan in the United States . The main stem of the river is 25 miles (40   km) long [4] and is formed by a confluence of several

#9 Sacramento Deep Water Ship Channel

The Sacramento Deep Water Ship Channel (also known as Sacramento River Deep Water Ship Channel or SRDWSC ) is a canal from the Port of Sacramento in West Sacramento, California , to the Sacramento River , which flows into San Francisco Bay . It was completed by the United States Army Corps of Engine

#10 Willamette Falls Locks

The Willamette Falls Locks are a lock system on the Willamette River in the U.S. state of Oregon . Opened in 1873 and closed since 2011, they allowed boat traffic on the Willamette to navigate beyond Willamette Falls and the T.W. Sullivan Dam . Since their closure in 2011 the locks are classified to

#11 Kuriyama River

The Kuriyama River ( 栗山川 , Kuriyama-gawa ) is a river in northeast Chiba Prefecture , Japan . It is 38.8 kilometers (24.1   mi) in length and has a drainage area of 292.3 square kilometers (112.9   sq   mi) , the second largest in Chiba Prefecture. [1] Under the Rivers Act of 1906 the Kuriyama is de

#12 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

#13 Bear Creek (Michigan)

Bear Creek is a river near Brethren, Michigan . [1] River in Michigan, United States Bear Creek Location Country United States State Michigan Physical   characteristics Mouth Manistee River   •   coordinates 44°17′38″N 86°07′11″W National Wild and Scenic Rivers System Type Scenic Designated March 3,

#14 River Trent

The River Trent is the third-longest river in the United Kingdom . Its source is in Staffordshire , on the southern edge of Biddulph Moor . It flows through and drains the North Midlands . The river is known for dramatic flooding after storms and spring snowmelt, which in the past often caused the r

#15 Rivière de l'Esturgeon (Châteauguay River tributary)

The rivière de l'Esturgeon ( English: Sturgeon River ) is a tributary of the Châteauguay River , flowing on the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River , in the administrative region of Montérégie , in the province of Quebec , in Canada . This river flows through the following municipalities: Saint-

#16 Willamette Falls

The Willamette Falls is a natural waterfall on the Willamette River between Oregon City and West Linn, Oregon , in the United States . It is the largest waterfall in the Northwestern United States by volume, and the seventeenth widest in the world. [1] Horseshoe in shape, it is 1,500 feet (460   m)

#17 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

#18 Sturgeon River (Houghton County, Michigan)

Sturgeon River is a 106-mile-long (171   km) [2] river in Baraga County and Houghton counties in the U.S. state of Michigan . 25.0 miles (40.2   km) of the river were added to the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System in 1992. [3] For other "Sturgeon Rivers" in Michigan, see Sturgeon River (Michiga

#19 Yellow Dog River

The Yellow Dog River flows through Marquette County in the Upper Peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan . It is 31.6 miles (50.9   km) in length, [1] with about 85 miles (137   km) of tributaries . The main branch begins at the outflow from Bulldog Lake in the Ottawa National Forest on the boundary

#20 Pine River (Manistee River tributary)

The Pine River , formerly known as the South Branch Manistee River, is a 53.6-mile-long (86.3   km) [2] tributary of the Manistee River in the U.S. state of Michigan . It forms at the confluence of the North Branch and East Branch of the Pine River in northwest Osceola County , flows southwest, then

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Sea / Sea

#1 Roebuck Bay

Roebuck Bay is a bay on the coast of the Kimberley region of Western Australia . Its entrance is bounded in the north by the town of Broome , and in the south by Bush Point and Sandy Point. It is named after HMS   Roebuck , the ship captained by William Dampier when he explored the coast of north-we

#2 Freshwater, Isle of Wight

Freshwater is a large village and civil parish [3] [4] at the western end of the Isle of Wight , England . The southern, coastal part of the village is Freshwater Bay , named for the adjacent small cove. [5] Freshwater sits at the western end of the region known as the Back of the Wight or the West

#3 Caledon Bay

Caledon Bay is a bay in Arnhem Land , in the Northern Territory of Australia , at approximately 12.8° S, 136.5° E. It is perhaps most famous as the home of a group of Yolngu people who were key players in the Caledon Bay crisis , which marked a turning point in the relationship between Indigenous an

#4 Marina Bay, Singapore

Marina Bay is a bay located in the Central Area of Singapore , surrounded by the perimeter of four other planning areas, the Downtown Core , Marina East , Marina South and Straits View . The area surrounding the bay itself, also called Marina Bay, is a 360 hectare extension to the adjacent Central B

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