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Coast / Coast

#1 Santa María Island, Chile

Santa María Island is a sparsely inhabited Chilean island located off the coast of Coronel . Santa María Island has been witness to important events in the history of Chile and the world. For other uses, see Santa Maria Island (disambiguation) . Isla Santa María Native name: Santa María Gulf of Arau

#2 Malibu, California

Malibu ( / ˈ m æ l ɪ b uː / MAL -ih-boo ; Spanish : Malibú ; Chumash : Humaliwo ) [11] is a beach city in the Santa Monica Mountains [12] region of Los Angeles County, California , situated about 30 miles (48   km) west of Downtown Los Angeles . It is known for its Mediterranean climate and its 21-m

#3 Cape St. George

Cape St. George is the southernmost point on the island of New Ireland , Papua New Guinea . It was the namesake for the Battle of Cape St. George , fought on 26 November 1943, between New Ireland and Buka . For other uses, see Cape St. George (disambiguation) . This article needs additional citation

#4 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

#5 Pelluhue

Pelluhue (in Mapudungun : land of clams ) is a town and commune in the Cauquenes Province of central Chile 's seventh region of Maule . Town and Commune in Maule, Chile Pelluhue Town and Commune Coat of arms Map of the Pelluhue commune in the Maule Region Pelluhue Location in Chile Coordinates (city

#6 Kathiawar

Kathiawar ( [kɑʈʰijɑʋɑɽ] ) is a peninsula , near the far north of India 's west coast, of about 61,000   km 2 (23,500   sq   mi) bordering the Arabian Sea . It is bounded by the Gulf of Kutch in the northwest and by the Gulf of Khambhat (Gulf of Cambay) in the east. In the northeast, it is connected

#7 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,

#8 Kola Peninsula

The Kola Peninsula ( Russian : Ко́льский полуо́стров , Kolsky poluostrov ; Kildin Sami : Куэлнэгк нёа̄ррк ) is a peninsula in the extreme northwest of Russia , and one of the largest peninsulas of Europe . Constituting the bulk of the territory of Murmansk Oblast , it lies almost completely inside t

#9 Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park is a national park located about 68 miles (109   km) west of Key West in the Gulf of Mexico . The park preserves Fort Jefferson and the seven Dry Tortugas islands, the westernmost and most isolated of the Florida Keys . The archipelago's coral reefs are the least disturbed

#10 Chañaral

Chañaral is a small coastal city and commune in the Atacama Region , Chile and capital of the Chañaral Province . It is largely unknown by tourists, who generally head straight for towns such as San Pedro de Atacama . The town has no high rise buildings. On the arid hills nearby is a lighthouse whic

#11 Boracay

Boracay ( [bɔˈrakaɪ] ) is a resort island in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines , located 0.8 kilometers (0.50   mi) off the northwest coast of Panay . It has a total land area of 10.32 square kilometers (3.98   sq   mi) , under the jurisdiction of three barangays in Malay , Aklan , and h

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Island / Island

#1 Tahiti

Tahiti ( English: / t ə ˈ h iː t i / ; Tahitian [taˈhiti] ; [2] French pronunciation:   ​ [ta.i.ti] ; previously also known as Otaheite ) is the largest island of the Windward group of the Society Islands in French Polynesia . It is located in the central part of the Pacific Ocean and the nearest ma

#2 Yadua Tabu

Yadua Taba (pronounced [janˈdua ˈtamba] ) is a volcanic islet in Fiji , an outlier to the northern island of Vanua Levu , and immediately south of the larger island Yadua. Yadua Taba covers an area of 0.7 square kilometres and has a maximum elevation of 100 meters. Yadua Taba is a protected sanctuar

#3 Leyte-Samar Naval Base

Leyte-Samar Naval Base was a large United States Navy base in the Philippines on the Islands of Leyte and Samar . The Base was built during World War II to support the many naval ships fighting and patrolling in the South West Pacific theatre of war as part of the Pacific War . A number of naval fac

#4 Great Sitkin Island

Great Sitkin Island ( Aleut : Sitх̑naх̑ ; [1] Russian : Большой Ситкин ) is a volcanic island in the Andreanof Islands of the Aleutian Islands of Alaska . The island covers a total area of 60 square miles (160   km 2 ) and lies slightly north of a group of islands which are located between Adak Isla

#5 Guamblin Island

Guamblin Island , also known as Socorro Island , Nuestra Señora del Socorro or Huamblin , is a Chilean island. The island is a National Park , and listed as an Important Bird Area . It is a breeding ground of the sooty shearwater . [1] Guamblin Island Native name: Isla Guamblin Guamblin Island Geogr

#6 Catanduanes

Catanduanes ( / ˌ k ɑː t ɑː n ˈ d w ɑː n ɛ s / ; Tagalog pronunciation:   [kxɐtɐnˈdwɐnes] ) is an island province located in the Bicol Region of Luzon in the Philippines . It is the 12th-largest island in the Philippines, and lies to the east of Camarines Sur , across Maqueda Channel . Its capital i

#7 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

#8 Hatteras Island

Hatteras Island (historically Croatoan Island ) is a barrier island located off the North Carolina coast. Dividing the Atlantic Ocean and the Pamlico Sound , it runs parallel to the coast, forming a bend at Cape Hatteras . It is part of North Carolina's Outer Banks and includes the communities of Ro

#9 Geography of Greenland

Greenland is located between the Arctic Ocean and the North Atlantic Ocean , northeast of Canada and northwest of Iceland . The territory comprises the island of Greenland—the largest island in the world —and more than a hundred other smaller islands (see alphabetic list ). Greenland has a 1.2 kilom

#10 Naval Advance Base Espiritu Santo

Naval Advance Base Espiritu Santo or Espiritu Santo Naval Base , most often just called Espiritu Santo , was an major advance Naval base that the U.S. Navy Seabees built during World War II to support the allied effort in the Pacific . [1] The base was located on the island Espiritu Santo in the New

#11 Malaita massacre

The Malaita massacre inflicted a large number of deaths on the island of Malaita in the Solomon Islands in late 1927. William R. Bell , the District Officer of Malaita in the British Solomon Islands Protectorate , and many of his deputies were killed by Basiana and other Kwaio warriors as part of a

#12 St Mary's Isle

St Mary's Isle (also known as Conister Rock or the Tower of Refuge , Manx : Kione y Sker or Creg Voirrey ) is a partially submerged reef in Douglas Bay on the Isle of Man . Prior to 1832 the rock was the property of the Quane family until John Quane, Attorney General of the Isle of Man , presented t

#13 Bradford Island

Bradford Island is a 2,172-acre (879   ha) [2] island of the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta , in Contra Costa County, California , United States. Bradford Island is inaccessible by roads, and is served by a ferry across the False River from nearby Jersey Island . Approximately 48 people lived on

#14 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   (

#15 Zakynthos

Zakynthos (also spelled Zakinthos ; Greek : Ζάκυνθος , romanized :   Zákynthos [ˈzacinθos] ( listen ) ; Italian : Zacinto [dzaˈtʃinto] ) or Zante ( / ˈ z æ n t i / , US also / ˈ z ɑː n t eɪ / , [1] [2] Italian:   [ˈdzante] ; Greek : Τζάντε , romanized :   Tzánte [ˈdza(n)de] ; from the Venetian form)

#16 Marie-Galante

Marie-Galante [1] ( Antillean Creole : Mawigalant ) is one of the islands that form Guadeloupe , [2] an overseas department of France . [3] Marie-Galante has a land area of 158.1   km 2 (61.0 square miles) . It had 11,528 inhabitants at the start of 2013, but by the start of 2018 the total was offic

#17 Pratas Island

Pratas Island [11] :   i   [14] :   5   [15] [16] [17] is an island [1] :   13   [2] [3] [6] in the northern part of the South China Sea administered as part of Cijin District , Kaohsiung , Taiwan . [18] [19] ( Chinese : 東沙群島 ; pinyin : Dōngshā Qúndǎo ; Pe̍h-ōe-jī : Tang-soa Kûn-tó ; lit. 'East Sand

#18 Liancourt Rocks

The Liancourt Rocks [2] form a group of islets in the Sea of Japan between the Korean peninsula and the Japanese archipelago . The Liancourt Rocks comprise two main islets and 35 smaller rocks; the total surface area of the islets is 0.187554 square kilometres (46.346 acres) and the highest elevatio

#19 Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight ( / w aɪ t / WYTE ) is a county and the largest and second-most populous island of England. It is located in the English Channel , two to five miles off the coast of Hampshire , from which it is separated by the Solent . Referred to as 'The Island' by residents, [5] the Isle of Wig

#20 San Andrés (island)

San Andrés ( Islander Creole English : San Andrés ) is a coral island in the Caribbean Sea . Politically part of Colombia , [1] and historically tied to the United Kingdom , San Andrés and the nearby islands of Providencia and Santa Catalina form the department of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa C

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Cholatse

Cholatse (also known as Jobo Lhaptshan ) ( Nepali : चोलात्से ) is a mountain in the Khumbu region of the Nepalese Himalaya . Cholatse is connected to Taboche (6,501m) by a long ridge. The Chola glacier descends off the east face. The north and east faces of Cholatse can be seen from Dughla , on the

#2 Labuche Kang

Labuche Kang (or Lapche Kang , Lobuche Kang I , Choksiam ) is a northern outlier of the Himalayas inside Tibet. It rises northwest of Rolwaling Himal and east of Shishapangma . The peak belongs to a little-known section of the Himalaya variously called Labuche Himal, Pamari Himal and Lapchi Kang. [2

#3 Niigata-Yakeyama

Niigata-Yake-Yama ( 新潟焼山 , Niigata Yakeyama ) is an active volcano in Honshu , Japan. A large eruption in 887 AD sent pyroclastic flows all the way to the Japan Sea . This article needs additional citations for verification . ( February 2017 ) Active volcano on the island of Honshu, Japan Niigata-Ya

#4 Mount Hudson

Mount Hudson ( Spanish : Volcán Hudson , Monte Hudson ) is a stratovolcano in southern Chile , and the site of one of the largest eruptions in the twentieth century. The mountain itself is covered by a glacier . There is a caldera at the summit from an ancient eruption; modern volcanic activity come

#5 List of volcanic eruptions in Iceland

This is an incomplete list of volcanic eruptions in Iceland . Iceland Mid-Atlantic Ridge map Volcanic systems in Iceland Katla 1918 Askja caldera in 1984 Krafla, 1984 Bárðarbunga, Nornahraun-Holuhraun 2014 People on the slopes of Fagradalsfjall, watching the Geldingadalir eruption 2021. Keilir with

#6 Matajur

Matajur ( pronounced   [mataˈjuːɾ] ) is a 1,642-meter (5,387   ft) mountain in the Julian Alps on the border between Italy and Slovenia . It is located on the border between the Soča Valley and the Italian mountainous region known as Venetian Slovenia , with views over the Adriatic Sea . Its promine

#7 Uluru

Uluru ( / ˌ uː l ə ˈ r uː / ; Pitjantjatjara : Uluṟu [ˈʊlʊɻʊ] ), also known as Ayers Rock ( / ˈ ɛər z / AIRS ) and officially gazetted as Uluru   / Ayers Rock , [1] is a large sandstone formation in the centre of Australia . It is in the southern part of the Northern Territory , 335   km (208   mi)

#8 Sand Springs Range

The Sand Springs Range is a short mountain range located in western Nevada in the United States within the Great Basin . [1] It is approximately 10 miles (16   km) long and is in Churchill County . It separates Salt Wells (to the west) from Fairview Valley (to the east). To the north, it is separate

#9 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

#10 Mulungushi Rock of Authority

Mulungushi Rock of Authority , also known as Mulungushi Rock , is a kopje (isolated rock hill) in the Central Province of Zambia associated with major political gatherings and speeches. Situated near the Mulungushi River north of Kabwe , it was first used in 1958 for a rally of the Zambian African N

#11 Sơn Trà Mountain

Sơn Trà Mountain ( Vietnamese : Núi Sơn Trà ), also known as Monkey Mountain , is a mountain and peninsula range located on Sơn Trà Peninsula, in Sơn Trà district , Đà Nẵng, Vietnam , overlooking the Bay of Da Nang and the East Sea . Đà Nẵng Port 's Tiên Sa Terminal is located at the base of the mou

#12 Teneguía

Teneguía ( Spanish   pronunciation :   [ t e n e ˈ ɣ i a ] ) is a monogenetic cinder cone – a volcanic vent which has been active once (in 1971) and has had further seismic activity. [2] It is situated on the island of La Palma , one of the Canary Islands , and is located at the southern end of the

#13 Temple Mount

The Temple Mount ( Hebrew : הַר הַבַּיִת , romanized:   Har haBayīt , lit.   ' Mount of the House [of the Holy] ' ), also known as al-Ḥaram al-Sharīf ( Arabic : الحرم الشريف, lit. 'The Noble Sanctuary'), al-Aqsa Mosque compound , or simply al-Aqsa Mosque ( المسجد الأقصى , al-Masjid al-Aqṣā , lit. 'T

#14 Santa María (volcano)

Santa María Volcano is a large active volcano in the western highlands of Guatemala , in the Quetzaltenango Department near the city of Quetzaltenango . Active volcano in Quetzaltenango Department, Guatemala Santa María, Santiaguito Santiaguito side cone from the summit of Santa María Highest   poin

#15 Mount Bartle Frere

Mount Bartle Frere (pronunciation [ˈmæɔnt̥ ˈbɐːɾəɫ ˈfɹɪə]; Ngajanji : Choorechillum ) [1] is the highest mountain in Queensland at an elevation of 1,611 metres (5,285   ft) . The mountain was named after Sir Henry Bartle Frere , a British colonial administrator and then president of the Royal Geogra

#16 Hisar Hill

The Hisar ( Serbian : Хисар ) is a 341-metre-tall (1,119   ft) [1] hill near the town of Leskovac in southern Serbia . A town's symbol, the hill is known for the remains of the large, fortified Bronze Age settlement and has been declared a nature park. The evidence confirm the almost continuous habi

#17 Shishapangma

Shishapangma , [7] [8] also called Gosainthān , is the 14th-highest mountain in the world, at 8,027 metres (26,335   ft) above sea level. In 1964, it became the last of the 8,000-metre peaks to be climbed. This was due to its location entirely within Tibet and the restrictions on visits by foreign t

#18 Lovćen

Lovćen ( Cyrillic : Ловћен , pronounced   [lôːʋtɕen] ) is a mountain and national park in southwestern Montenegro . It is the inspiration behind the names Montenegro and Crna Gora , both of which mean "Black Mountain" and refer to the appearance of Mount Lovćen when covered in dense forests. [1] The

#19 Kerguelen Islands

The Kerguelen Islands ( / k ər ˈ ɡ eɪ l ə n / or / ˈ k ɜːr ɡ əl ə n / ; [2] in French commonly Îles Kerguelen but officially Archipel Kerguelen , [3] pronounced   [kɛʁɡelɛn] ), also known as the Desolation Islands ( Îles de la Désolation in French), are a group of islands in the sub-Antarctic consti

#20 French Alps

The French Alps are the portions of the Alps mountain range that stand within France , located in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur regions. While some of the ranges of the French Alps are entirely in France, others, such as the Mont Blanc massif , are shared with Switzerland a

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Tempe Town Lake

Tempe Town Lake is an artificial perennial reservoir located just north of Tempe Butte at the confluence of the intermittent Salt River and the ephemeral Indian Bend Wash in Tempe, Arizona , United States. The reservoir receives much of its water from the Colorado River via the Central Arizona Proje

#2 Three Gorges Dam

The Three Gorges Dam is a hydroelectric gravity dam that spans the Yangtze River by the town of Sandouping , in Yiling District , Yichang , Hubei province, central China , downstream of the Three Gorges . The Three Gorges Dam has been the world's largest power station in terms of installed capacity

#3 Trúc Bạch Lake

Trúc Bạch Lake ( Vietnamese : Hồ Trúc Bạch ) is one of the many lakes in the city of Hanoi , the capital of Vietnam . It is known outside Vietnam as the site where future United States politician John McCain landed during the Vietnam War after being shot down. Body of water Trúc Bạch Lake Trúc Bạch

#4 Belton Lake

Belton Lake is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reservoir on the Leon River in the Brazos River basin, 5 miles (8   km) northwest of Belton , Texas , United States. The lake extends into both Bell County and Coryell County . Belton Dam and the lake are both managed by the Fort Worth District of the U.

#5 Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam ( GERD or TaIHiGe ; Amharic : ታላቁ የኢትዮጵያ ሕዳሴ ግድብ , romanized :   Tālāqu ye-Ītyōppyā Hidāsē Gidib , Oromo : Hidha Haaromsaa Guddicha Itoophiyaa [6] ), formerly known as the Millennium Dam and sometimes referred to as Hidase Dam ( Amharic : ሕዳሴ ግድብ , romanized :   H

#6 Huating Lake

Huating Lake ( Chinese : 花亭湖 ; pinyin : Huātíng Hú ), also known as the Hualiangting Reservoir (花凉亭水库 Huāliángtíng Shuĭkù ), is a large scale reservoir in Taihu County , Anqing City, Anhui Province, People's Republic of China, used for the purposes of flood control, hydro-electric power generation,

#7 Loch Raven Reservoir

The Loch Raven Reservoir is a reservoir that provides drinking water for the City of Baltimore and most of Baltimore County , Maryland . It is fed by the Big Gunpowder Falls river, and has a capacity of 23   billion US gallons (87,000,000   m 3 ) of water. [2] "Loch Raven" redirects here. For the ne

#8 Sivens Dam

Sivens Dam ( Barrage de Sivens ) was a dam which was planned for construction across the Tescou , a tributary of the Tarn in the basin of the Garonne in Southern France , near to Toulouse . The construction site was 10   km north of Lisle-sur-Tarn , in the Department of Tarn ( Midi-Pyrénées ). The d

#9 Ropar Wetland

Ropar Wetland , also named Ropar Lake , is a man-made freshwater riverine and lacustrine wetland . The area has at least 9 mammal , 154 bird (migratory and local), 35 fish , 9 arthropod , 11 rotifer , 9 crustacean and 10 protozoan species, making it biologically diverse . [2] This important ecologic

#10 Lake Huron

Lake Huron ( / ˈ h jʊər ɒ n , - ən / HURE -on, - ⁠ ən ) is one of the five Great Lakes of North America . Hydrologically , it comprises the easterly portion of Lake Michigan–Huron , having the same surface elevation as Lake Michigan , to which it is connected by the 5-mile-wide (8.0   km) , 20-fatho

#11 Kölnbrein Dam

The Kölnbrein Dam is an arch dam in the Hohe Tauern range within Carinthia , Austria . It was constructed between 1971 and 1979 and at 200 metres (660   ft) high, it is the tallest dam in Austria. [1] The dam's reservoir serves as the primary storage in a three-stage pumped-storage power system that

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River / River

#1 Neckar

The Neckar ( German pronunciation: [ˈnɛkaʁ] ( listen ) ) is a 362-kilometre-long (225   mi) river in Germany , mainly flowing through the southwestern state of Baden-Württemberg , with a short section through Hesse . The Neckar is a major right tributary of the Rhine . Rising in the Schwarzwald-Baar

#2 Nottingham Canal

The Nottingham Canal is a canal in the English counties of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire . As built, it comprised a 14.7-mile (23.7   km) long main line between the River Trent just downstream of Trent Bridge in Nottingham and Langley Mill in Derbyshire . At the same time as the main line of the ca

#3 White Salmon River

The White Salmon River is a 44-mile (71   km) tributary of the Columbia River in the U.S. state of Washington . [3] Originating on the slopes of Mount Adams , it flows into the Columbia Gorge near the community of Underwood . Parts of the river have been designated Wild and Scenic . The principal tr

#4 Wolf River (Tennessee)

The Wolf River is a 105-mile-long (169   km) alluvial river in western Tennessee and northern Mississippi , whose confluence with the Mississippi River was the site of various Chickasaw , French , Spanish and American communities that eventually became Memphis, Tennessee . It is estimated to be abou

#5 Bluestone River

The Bluestone River is a tributary of the New River , 77   mi (124   km) long, in southwestern Virginia and southern West Virginia in the United States . [3] Via the New, Kanawha and Ohio rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River . An 11   mi (18   km) portion of its lower course

#6 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

#7 Salmons Brook

Salmons Brook is a minor tributary of the River Lea , located in the London Borough of Enfield . [1] Salmons Brook at the Eley Industrial Estate before flowing under North Circular Road at Angel Road , Edmonton . The Edmonton Incinerator is in the background River in London

#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 Des Moines River

The Des Moines River ( / d ə ˈ m ɔɪ n / ( listen ) ) is a tributary of the Mississippi River in the upper Midwestern United States that is approximately 525 miles (845   km) long from its farther headwaters. [2] The largest river flowing across the state of Iowa , it rises in southern Minnesota and

#10 Erie Canal

The Erie Canal is a historic canal in upstate New York that runs east-west between the Hudson River and Lake Erie . Completed in 1825, the canal was the first navigable waterway connecting the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes , vastly reducing the costs of transporting people and goods across the A

#11 Canal Age

The Canal Age is a term of art used by historians of Science, Technology, and Industry. Various parts of the world have had various canal ages; the main ones belong to civilizations (Egypt, Ancient Babylon), dynastic Empires of India, China, Southeast Asia, and mercantile Europe. Cultures make canal

#12 Bluestone National Scenic River

The Bluestone National Scenic River protects a 10.5-mile (16.9   km) section of the Bluestone River in Summers and Mercer counties of southern West Virginia . It was created 26 October 1988 under the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and is protected by the National Park Service . 4,310 acres in West Virgi

#13 Trent–Severn Waterway

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

#14 Paulins Kill

The Paulins Kill (also known as Paulinskill River ) is a 41.6-mile (66.9   km) [1] tributary of the Delaware River in northwestern New Jersey in the United States. With a long-term median flow rate of 76   cubic feet of water per second (2.15   m³/s), it is New Jersey's third-largest contributor to

#15 Lichau Creek

Lichau Creek is an 8.9-mile-long (14.3   km) [3] southwest-flowing stream in Sonoma County, California , United States, which flows through the town of Penngrove and discharges into the Petaluma River . River in California, United States Lichau Creek Lichau Creek and a stand of eucalyptus Location o

#16 River Irwell

The River Irwell ( / ˈ ɜːr w ɛ l / UR -wel ) is a tributary of the River Mersey in north west England. It rises at Irwell Springs on Deerplay Moor, approximately 1 + 1 ⁄ 2 miles (2.5 kilometres) north of Bacup and flows southwards for 39   mi (63   km) to meet the Mersey near Irlam . The Irwell mark

#17 Sevier River

The Sevier River (pronounced "severe") is a 400-mile (640   km) -long [2] river in the Great Basin of southwestern Utah in the United States. Originating west of Bryce Canyon National Park , the river flows north through a chain of high farming valleys and steep canyons along the west side of the Se

#18 Mandiri River

Mandiri River (Indonesian: Ci Mandiri or Cimandiri ) is a river in southwestern Java of West Java province, Indonesia. [3] [4] It flows mainly in the Sukabumi Regency . [5] [6] River in Indonesia Mandiri River Ci Mandiri, Sungai Cimandiri, Tji Mandiri, Tjimandiri, Tjimandir The mouth of Cimandiri Ri

#19 Ganga Canal (Rajasthan)

The Ganga Canal of Rajasthan [1] (also called Gang Canal ) is an irrigation system of canals laid down by Maharaja Ganga Singh of Bikaner in his princely state in the present district of Sri Ganganagar in the early twentieth century. It is fed from the Sutlej River near Firozpur , Punjab, close to t

#20 Horsepasture River

The Horsepasture River is an 18.1-mile-long (29.1   km) [5] National Wild and Scenic river [6] in the U.S. states of North Carolina and South Carolina . The river rises in Jackson County, North Carolina , and flows through the Jocassee Gorges area and ends at Lake Jocassee in South Carolina . Some o

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Sea / Sea

#1 Matavai Bay

Matavai Bay is a bay on the north coast of Tahiti , the largest island in the Windward group of French Polynesia . It is in the commune of Mahina , approximately 8   km east of the capital Pape'ete .

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