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Coast / Coast

#1 Cape Foulwind

Cape Foulwind is a headland on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand, overlooking the Tasman Sea . It is located 11 kilometres (6.8   mi) west of the town of Westport . There is a lighthouse located on a prominent site on the headland. A walkway beginning at the lighthouse carpark traver

#2 Daytona Beach, Florida

Daytona Beach , or simply Daytona , is a city of about 73,000 residents in Central Florida on its Atlantic coast. In Volusia County , it is approximately 42 miles (67.6   km) northeast of Orlando , 64 miles (103.0   km) southeast of Jacksonville , and 231 miles (371.8   km) northwest of Miami . It i

#3 Cape Sōya

Cape Sōya ( 宗谷岬 , Sōya-misaki ) is the northernmost point of the island of Hokkaidō , Japan . It is situated in Wakkanai , Sōya Subprefecture . The Monument of the Northernmost Point of Japan ( 日本最北端の地の碑 ) is at the cape, although the true northernmost point under Japanese control is a small deserte

#4 Freshwater, New South Wales

Freshwater is a suburb of northern Sydney , in the state of New South Wales , Australia . Freshwater is located 17 kilometres (11   mi) north-east of the Sydney central business district , in the local government area of Northern Beaches Council and is part of the Northern Beaches region. Suburb of

#5 Miami Beach, Florida

Miami Beach is a coastal resort city in Miami-Dade County, Florida . It was incorporated on March 26, 1915. [6] The municipality is located on natural and man-made barrier islands between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay , the latter of which separates the Beach from the mainland city of Miami .

#6 Sidmouth

Sidmouth ( / ˈ s ɪ d m ə θ / ) is a town on the English Channel in Devon , South West England , 14 miles (23   km) southeast of Exeter . With a population of 12,569 in 2011, it is a tourist resort and a gateway to the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site . A large part of the town has been designated

#7 Qatar

Qatar ( / ˈ k æ t ɑːr / , [10] / ˈ k ɑː t ɑːr / ( listen ) , / ˈ k ɑː t ər / or / k ə ˈ t ɑːr / ( listen ) ; [11] Arabic : قطر , romanized :   Qaṭar [ˈqatˤar] ; local vernacular pronunciation: [ˈɡɪtˤɑr] ), [12] [13] officially the State of Qatar , [lower-alpha 1] is a country in Western Asia . It oc

#8 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,

#9 Finneset

Finneset is a peninsula located on the east side of Grønfjorden on Spitsbergen in Svalbard , Norway . It is located 2 kilometers (1.2   mi) south of Barentsburg . A whaling station was located there until 1905. [1] From 1911 it became the site of the first wireless station in the Arctic, named Svalb

#10 Felixstowe

Felixstowe ( / ˈ f iː l ɪ k s t oʊ / FEE -lic-stoh ) is a port town in Suffolk , England. The estimated population in 2017 was 24,521. [1] The Port of Felixstowe is the largest container port in the United Kingdom. [2] Felixstowe is approximately 72 miles (116   km) northeast of London. For the port

#11 Westerplatte

Westerplatte is a peninsula in Gdańsk , Poland , located on the Baltic Sea coast mouth of the Dead Vistula (one of the Vistula delta estuaries ), in the Gdańsk harbour channel. From 1926 to 1939, it was the location of a Polish Military Transit Depot (WST), sanctioned within the territory of the Fre

#12 Shiretoko Peninsula

Shiretoko Peninsula ( 知床半島 , Shiretoko-hantō ) is located on the easternmost portion of the Japanese island of Hokkaidō , protruding into the Sea of Okhotsk . It is separated from Kunashir Island , which is now occupied by Russia , by the Nemuro Strait . The name Shiretoko is derived from the Ainu w

#13 Forgotten Coast

The Forgotten Coast refers to a largely untouched and uninhabited area of coastline in the panhandle of the US state of Florida . The term, also a trademark, was first used in 1992, but the Forgotten Coast's exact location is not agreed upon. Region in Florida Florida's Forgotten Coast

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Island / Island

#1 Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia ( UK : / s ən t l uː ˈ s iː ə , - ˈ l uː ʃ ə / ( listen ) , US : / s eɪ n t ˈ l uː ʃ ə / ( listen ) ; French : Sainte-Lucie ) is an island country in the West Indies in the eastern Caribbean Sea on the boundary with the Atlantic Ocean. [8] The island was previously called Iyonola , the n

#2 Kunashir Island

Kunashir Island ( Russian : Кунаши́р , romanized :   Kunashír ; Japanese : 国後島 , romanized :   Kunashiri-tō ; Ainu : クナシㇼ , romanized:   Kuna=sir ), possibly meaning Black Island or Grass Island in Ainu , is the southernmost island of the Kuril Islands archipelago. The island has been under Russian

#3 Mauritius

Mauritius ( / m ə ˈ r ɪ ʃ ( i ) ə s , m ɔː -/ ( listen ) mər- ISH -(ee-)əs, mor- ; French: Maurice [mɔʁis, moʁis] ( listen ) ; Mauritian Creole : Moris [moʁis] ), officially the Republic of Mauritius , is an island nation in the Indian Ocean about 2,000 kilometres (1,200   mi) off the southeast coas

#4 Man-O-War Cay

Man-O-War Cay is a small island in the Abaco region of the Bahamas . It had a population of 215 at the 2010 census. [1] Island in the Abaco region of the Bahamas This article is about the island. For other uses, see Man O' War (disambiguation) . This article has multiple issues. Please help improve

#5 Elbow Cay

Elbow Cay is an eight-mile-long (13-kilometre) cay in the Abaco Islands of the Bahamas . Originally populated by British loyalists fleeing the newly independent United States of America in 1785, it has survived on fishing, boat building, and salvage. Its main village of Hope Town surrounds a protect

#6 Swan Islands, Honduras

The Swan Islands , or Islas Santanilla or Islas del Cisne , initially named Islas de las Pozas by Christopher Columbus in 1502, is a chain of three islands located in the northwestern Caribbean Sea , approximately 153 kilometres (95   mi) off the coastline of Honduras , [1] with a land area of 3.1 s

#7 Kingman Reef

Kingman Reef / ˈ k ɪ ŋ m ən / is a largely submerged, uninhabited, triangle-shaped reef , 9.0   nmi (20   km) east-west and 4.5   nmi (8   km) north-south, [2] in the North Pacific Ocean, roughly halfway between the Hawaiian Islands and American Samoa . [3] [4] It has an area of 3 hectares (0.03   k

#8 Ward Islands (South Australia)

Ward Islands is an island group in the Australian state of South Australia located in the Investigator Group about 53 kilometres (33 miles) west by south of Cape Finniss on the west coast of Eyre Peninsula . The group was discovered and named by Matthew Flinders on 13 February 1802. The island group

#9 Tristan da Cunha

Tristan da Cunha ( / ˌ t r ɪ s t ən d ə ˈ k uː n ( j ) ə / ), colloquially Tristan , is a remote group of volcanic islands in the South Atlantic Ocean . It is the most remote inhabited archipelago in the world, lying approximately 2,787 kilometres (1,732   mi) from Cape Town in South Africa , 2,437

#10 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

#11 Abaco Islands

The Abaco Islands lie in the northern Bahamas . The main islands are Great Abaco and Little Abaco. There are several smaller barrier cays , of which the northernmost are Walker's Cay and its sister island Grand Cay . To the south, the next inhabited islands are Spanish Cay and Green Turtle Cay , wit

#12 Samothrace

Samothrace (also known as Samothraki, Greek : Σαμοθράκη , [samoˈθraci] ) is a Greek island in the northern Aegean Sea . It is a municipality within the Evros regional unit of Thrace . The island is 17   km (11   mi) long and is 178   km 2 (69   sq   mi) in size and has a population of 2,859 (2011 ce

#13 Swallow Reef

Swallow Reef , also known as Malay : Pulau Layang-Layang ; Vietnamese : Đá Hoa Lau ; Mandarin Chinese : 燕子島 ; pinyin : Yànzi Dǎo ; Celerio Reef ( Tagalog : Bahura ng Celerio ), is an oceanic atoll of the Spratly Islands administered by Malaysia , which is situated approximately 300 kilometres (190  

#14 Seven Stones Reef

The Seven Stones reef is a rocky reef nearly 15 miles (24   km) west-northwest (WNW) of Land's End , Cornwall and 7 miles (11   km) east-northeast (ENE) of the Isles of Scilly . The reef consists of two groups of rocks and is nearly 2 miles (3.2   km) long and 1 mile (1.6   km) in breadth. They rise

#15 Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha

Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha [4] is a British Overseas Territory located in the South Atlantic and consisting of the island of Saint Helena , Ascension Island and the archipelago of Tristan da Cunha including Gough Island . Its name was Saint Helena and Dependencies until 1 September

#16 Barbados

Barbados is an island country in the Lesser Antilles of the West Indies , in the Caribbean region of the Americas , and the most easterly of the Caribbean Islands. It occupies an area of 432   km 2 (167   sq   mi) and has a population of about 287,000 (2019 estimate). [3] Its capital and largest cit

#17 Inishmaan

Inishmaan ( / ˌ ɪ n ɪ ʃ ˈ m æ n / IN -ish- MAN ; Irish : Inis Meáin [ˈɪnʲɪʃ mʲaːnʲ] , the official name, formerly spelled Inis Meadhóin , meaning "middle island") is the middle of the three main Aran Islands in Galway Bay , off the west coast of Ireland . It is part of County Galway in the province

#18 Theodore Roosevelt Island

Theodore Roosevelt Island is an 88.5-acre (358,000   m 2 ) island and national memorial located in the Potomac River in Washington, D.C. [1] [2] During the Civil War , it was used as a training camp for the United States Colored Troops . The island was given to the federal government by the Theodore

#19 Manus Naval Base

Manus Naval Base was a number of bases built after the World War II Battle of Manus by United States Navy on the Manus Island and a smaller island just east, Los Negros Island in the Admiralty Islands chain. The major naval base construction started with the Los Negros landings on February 28, 1944.

#20 Ascension Island

Ascension Island is an isolated volcanic island, 7°56′ south of the Equator in the South Atlantic Ocean . It is about 1,000 miles (1,600   km) from the coast of Africa and 1,400 miles (2,300   km) from the coast of South America . It is governed as part of the British Overseas Territory of Saint Hel

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 Cairngorms

The Cairngorms ( Scottish Gaelic : Am Monadh Ruadh ) are a mountain range in the eastern Highlands of Scotland closely associated with the mountain Cairn Gorm . The Cairngorms became part of Scotland's second national park (the Cairngorms National Park ) on 1 September 2003. [2] Although the Cairngo

#2 Hekla

Hekla ( Icelandic pronunciation:   ​ [ˈhɛhkla] ( listen ) ), or Hecla , [2] [3] is a stratovolcano in the south of Iceland with a height of 1,491   m (4,892   ft) . Hekla is one of Iceland's most active volcanoes ; over 20 eruptions have occurred in and around the volcano since 874. During the Middl

#3 Mayon

Mayon ( Central Bikol : Bulkan Mayon ; Tagalog : Bulkang Mayon , IPA:   [mɐjɔn] ), also known as Mount Mayon and Mayon Volcano ( Spanish : Monte Mayón, Volcán Mayón ), [4] is an active stratovolcano in the province of Albay in Bicol Region , on the island of Luzon in the Philippines . A popular tour

#4 Grouse Mountain

Grouse Mountain is one of the North Shore Mountains of the Pacific Ranges in the District Municipality of North Vancouver , British Columbia , Canada . With a maximum elevation of over 1,200m (4,100ft) at its peak, the mountain is the site of an alpine ski area , Grouse Mountain Resort, which overlo

#5 Irruputuncu

Irruputuncu is a volcano in the commune of Pica , Tamarugal Province , Tarapacá Region , Chile , [2] as well as San Pedro de Quemes Municipality , Nor Lípez Province , Potosí Department , Bolivia . [3] The mountain's summit is 5,163   m (16,939   ft) high and has two summit craters —the southernmost

#6 Mount Cimet

Mount Cimet or Cemet is a mountain in the Pelat Massif of the French Alps in Alpes-de-Haute-Provence . Mount Cimet View of Mount Cimet (center left of the picture) from the top of Mont Pelat . Highest   point Elevation 3,020   m (9,910   ft) Listing Alpine mountains above 3000 m Coordinates 44°17′26

#7 Kennesaw Mountain

Kennesaw Mountain is a mountain between Marietta and Kennesaw , Georgia in the United States with a summit elevation of 1,808 feet (551   m) . It is the highest point in the core ( urban and suburban ) metro Atlanta area, and fifth after further-north exurban counties are considered. [ citation need

#8 Chakragil

Chakragil (or Chagragil , Chakar Aghil , Kingata Tagh [or Kingata Tagh II , see below]) is a major mountain in Xinjiang , China. It is located about 100 kilometres (60   mi) southwest of Kashgar , about 60 kilometres (40   mi) due north of Muztagh Ata , and 37 kilometres (23   mi) northwest of Kongu

#9 Big Hill

The Big Hill on the Canadian Pacific Railway main line in British Columbia , Canada, was the most difficult piece of railway track on the Canadian Pacific Railway's route. [1] It was situated in the rugged Canadian Rockies west of the Continental Divide of the Americas and Kicking Horse Pass . Even

#10 Parliament Hill

Parliament Hill ( French : Colline du Parlement ) , colloquially known as The Hill , is an area of Crown land on the southern banks of the Ottawa River in downtown Ottawa , Ontario , Canada. Its Gothic revival suite of buildings, and their architectural elements of national symbolic importance, is t

#11 Mount Feathertop

Mount Feathertop is the second-highest mountain in the Australian state of Victoria and is part of the Australian Alps and is located within the Alpine National Park . It rises to 1,922 metres (6,306   ft) and is usually covered in snow from June to September. Unlike most mountains in the Australian

#12 Mudeungsan

Mudeungsan ( Korean : 무등산 ) is a mountain in South Korea . It extends over the district of Buk-gu in the city of Gwangju , as well as Hwasun County and Damyang County in the province of Jeollanam-do . Mudeungsan has an elevation of 1,187   m (3,894   ft) [2] and is a part of Mudeungsan National Park

#13 Visočica hill

Visočica ( pronounced   [ʋi.sɔ̌.tʃi.tsa] ) (also known as Brdo Grad ( [br̩̂dɔ ɡrâːd] ) ( Bosnian : Hill Town ) is a 213-metre-high hill in Bosnia and Herzegovina famous as the site of the Old town of Visoki [ʋǐsɔkiː] . Hill near Visoko, Bosnia and Herzegovina Visočica hill, in Visoko , Bosnia and He

#14 Wilde Leck

The Wilde Leck is a mountain , 3,361   m   (AA) , in the Stubai Alps in the Austrian state of Tyrol . It rises immediately west of the Sulztalferner glacier and towers above the Ötztal valley, 5.5   km northwest of Sölden . It has a rocky summit made of solid granite and prominent arêtes . In the St

#15 Mount Washington (Pittsburgh)

Mount Washington is a hill in Pittsburgh , on the southern banks of the Monongahela River and Ohio River . Hill in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA This article is about the mountain. For the neighborhood, see Mount Washington, Pittsburgh (neighborhood) . Mount Washington Highest   point Coordinates 40

#16 Wurmberg (Harz)

At 971   m   above   sea level (NN) the Wurmberg is the second highest mountain in the Harz and the highest in Lower Saxony ( Germany ). German mountain For the small town in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, see Wurmberg . Wurmberg The Wurmberg with its ski jump Highest   point Elevation 971   m (3,186  

#17 Dunantspitze

The Dunantspitze [2] (German for "Peak Dunant", [1] 4,632   m), formerly called Ostspitze ("Eastern Peak"), is a peak of the Monte Rosa Massif in the Pennine Alps in Switzerland . It is the second highest peak of the massif, after the Dufourspitze (4,634   m) and the second highest summit in Switzer

#18 Hinterreintalschrofen

The Hinterreintalschrofen is a 2,669   m high peak on the main, east-west oriented crest (the Teufelsgrat or "Devil's Ridge") of the Wetterstein Mountains in the Eastern Alps . It is a massive and dominant mountain with a high rock face that plunges into the Reintal valley to the north and stamps th

#19 Calumet Bluff

Calumet Bluff is a hill about 180 feet high overlooking Lewis and Clark Lake and the Missouri River in Cedar County , Nebraska , U.S. , where the Lewis and Clark Expedition held its first council with the Sioux Indians for two days in 1804. Today the Bluff forms the right or south abutment of the Ga

#20 Dufourspitze

The Dufourspitze is the highest peak of Monte Rosa , an ice-covered mountain massif in the Alps . Dufourspitze is the highest mountain peak of both Switzerland and the Pennine Alps and is also the second-highest mountain of the Alps and Western Europe , after Mont Blanc . It is located between Switz

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Siah Bishe Pumped Storage Power Plant

The Siah Bisheh Pumped Storage Power Plant ( Persian : نیروگاه تلمبه ذخیره‌ای سیاه‌بیشه ), also spelled Siyāhbisheh and Siah Bishe , is located in the Alborz Mountain range near the village of Siah Bisheh and 48   km (30   mi) south of Chalus in Mazandaran Province , Iran. The power plant uses the p

#2 Lake Glory

Lake Glory (also known as Lake Adell Marie or Lake Adele Marie ) is a reservoir in Columbia County, Pennsylvania , in the United States. It has a surface area of approximately 5.4 acres (2.2   ha) and is situated in Cleveland Township . [1] The lake is in the vicinity of Roaring Creek, Pennsylvania

#3 Lake Wānaka

Lake Wānaka is New Zealand's fourth-largest lake and the seat of the town of Wānaka in the Otago region. [2] [3] The lake is 278 meters above sea level, covers 192   km 2 (74   sq   mi) , and is more than 300   m (980   ft) deep. [4] [5] Lake in Otago, New Zealand Body of water Lake Wānaka View of L

#4 McArthur Lake (Northwest Territories)

McArthur Lake , formerly Clowey Lake , is a lake in the Northwest Territories , Canada. It is on the Taltson River to the east of Great Slave Lake , and is just south of the tree line. In the past it may have been a center for canoe building. Body of water McArthur Lake Illustration of canoe buildin

#5 Chiemsee

Chiemsee ( German pronunciation: [ˈkiːmzeː] ) is a freshwater lake in Bavaria , [2] Germany , near Rosenheim . It is often called "the Bavarian Sea". The rivers Tiroler Achen and Prien flow into the lake from the south, and the river Alz flows out towards the north. The Alz flows into the Inn which

#6 Lake Shannon

Lake Shannon is a long, narrow reservoir on the Baker River in Skagit County , Washington in the United States. [2] Formed in the 1920s by the construction of an arch dam just above the town of Concrete , the lake is approximately 7.5 miles (12   km) long and averages 0.6 miles (1   km) wide when fu

#7 Mangla Dam

The Mangla Dam ( Urdu : منگلا بند ) is a multipurpose dam situated on the Jhelum River in the Mirpur District of Kashmir . It is the sixth-largest dam in the world. The village of Mangla , which sits at the mouth of the dam, serves as its namesake. In November 1961, the project's selected contractor

#8 Yamhill River lock and dam

The Yamhill River lock and dam was completed in 1900. It was built near Lafayette, Oregon , to allow better river transport on the Yamhill River from Dayton , to McMinnville, Oregon . While the Corps of Engineers had recommended against construction of the lock, it was built anyway, largely as a res

#9 Tasik Biru Seri Kundang

Tasik Biru Seri Kundang is a recreational lake located at Kampung Melayu Sri Kundang , Rawang , Selangor , Malaysia , a village near to Sungai Buloh. It is an ex-mining lake that used to be developed long time ago during the British colonial time. During its olden days, the lake was used to be the b

#10 Lake Kampeska

Lake Kampeska is a 5,250-acre (21   km 2 ) [1] inland glacial lake in the U.S. state of South Dakota . It is located west-northwest of Watertown, South Dakota and lies entirely within Codington County and the Coteau des Prairies . The lake is naturally shaped and the most urban developed lake in Sou

#11 Lake Tilden (Florida)

Lake Tilden , also considered part of nearby Black Lake , [3] is a natural freshwater lake on the west side of Orlando, Florida , in Orange County, Florida. This lake, with some swampy shores, meets Black Lake on its northwest side. To the south side of the lake is Florida State Road 429 , a toll hi

#12 White Rock Lake

White Rock Lake is a reservoir located in north-east Dallas , Texas (United States). The lake was formed by damming White Rock Creek , which today widens into the lake before continuing south out of the spillway and emptying into the Trinity River . [1] The lake covers 1,254 acres (5.1   km 2 ) in t

#13 Nepean Dam

The Nepean Dam is a heritage-listed dam split across Avon in the Wingecarribee Shire and Bargo in the Wollondilly Shire , both in New South Wales , Australia. The reservoir created by the dam spreads across Avon, Bargo and also Yerrinbool in Wingecarribee Shire. The Nepean Dam is one of four dams an

#14 Detroit Lake

Detroit Lake is a reservoir impounded by the Detroit Dam on the North Santiam River 46 miles (74   km) southeast of Salem, Oregon , United States . [1] [2] The lake is adjacent to Oregon Route 22 near the city of Detroit . This mesotrophic lake stores water for use by the city of Salem and other nea

#15 Causey Reservoir

Causey Reservoir [1] is a reservoir located 15 miles (24   km) northeast of Ogden , Utah , United States just off Utah State Route 39 . Reservoir in Utah, United States Body of water Causey Reservoir Causey Reservoir Show map of Utah Causey Reservoir Show map of the United States Location Weber Coun

#16 Tangeum Lake

Tangeum Lake is an artificial lake at Chungju in South Korea . [1] Tangeum Lake International Rowing Center Tangeum Lake The lake is located between Chungju Dam and another dam that regulates its flow. [1] There are leisure facilities including Jungangtap Park and Keum Sports Park . The lake is surr

#17 Lake Willoughby

Lake Willoughby is a lake in the town of Westmore in Orleans County in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont , United States . Body of water Lake Willoughby Looking north from above south shore of Lake Willoughby, with Mount Hor on the left and Mount Pisgah on the right Lake Willoughby Show map of Vermon

#18 Saint Anthony Falls

Saint Anthony Falls , or the Falls of Saint Anthony ( Dakota : Owámniyomni , lit.   'whirlpool ' [3] ) located at the northeastern edge of downtown Minneapolis , Minnesota , is the only natural major waterfall on the Mississippi River . Throughout the mid-to-late 1800’s, various dams were built atop

#19 Webster Reservoir

Webster Reservoir is a reservoir in Rooks County , Kansas , United States . [4] Built and managed by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation , it is used for flood control, irrigation, and recreation. [5] Webster State Park is located on its shore. [6] Body of water Webster Reservoir Webster Reservoir Show m

#20 Kaplong Hydroelectric Project

Kaplong Hydroelectric Project ( Kalpong Dam ) is the largest dam of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands . Built across the Kalpong River at Nabagram Diglipur in the North and Middle Andaman district the dam was completed in 2001 and commissioned on 1 September 2001 by Shri M. Kannappan the Minister of Sta

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River / River

#1 Swalley Irrigation District

The Swalley Irrigation District supplies water to irrigators through a network of pipes and canals fed by the Deschutes River near Bend in the U.S. state of Oregon . The network, begun in 1899, is a closed system with an intake behind North Canal Dam in Bend and a main canal, the Swalley Canal, that

#2 White Sea–Baltic Canal

The White Sea–Baltic Canal ( Russian : Беломо́рско-Балти́йский кана́л , Byelomorsko-Baltiyskiy kanal , BBK ), often abbreviated to White Sea Canal ( Belomorkanal ) is a ship canal in Russia opened on 02/08/1933. It connects the White Sea , in the Arctic Ocean , with Lake Onega , which is further con

#3 Manor Kill

Manor Kill is a river in Schoharie County in the state of New York . It begins northeast of Manorkill amd flows westward before flowing into the Schoharie Reservoir southeast of Gilboa, New York . Manor Kill Falls is located on the creek where it passes under Prattsville Road (County Route 39). Sinc

#4 Lobaye River

The Lobaye River (or Lobay , French : Rivière Lobaye ) is a river of the Central African Republic , a right tributary of the Ubangi River . River in Central African Republic Lobaye River Western CAR showing Lobaye prefecture and river Location Country Central African Republic Physical   characterist

#5 Genesee Valley Canal Railroad

The Genesee Valley Canal Railroad was a part of the Pennsylvania Railroad system in western New York . It was built on the former Genesee Valley Canal alignment. Former railroad in western New York, U.S. Genesee Valley Canal Railroad Overview Locale Hinsdale, New York to Rochester, New York Dates of

#6 Bald Eagle and Spring Creek Navigation

The Bald Eagle and Spring Creek Navigation Company was a canal company in central Pennsylvania intended to link the iron industry of Bellefonte, Pennsylvania , with the Pennsylvania canal system. Opened for half its length in 1837, the remainder of the canal was not completed until 1848. Destroyed b

#7 Baakens River

The Baakens River , also known as Gqeberha River ( Xhosa:   [ᶢǃʱɛ̀ɓéːxà] ), [1] is a river that empties at Port Elizabeth 's city center and harbor in Algoa Bay . [2] River in the Eastern Cape, South Africa Baakens River Baakensrivier Location of the Baakens River's mouth Native name Gqeberha   ( Xh

#8 LaHave River

The LaHave River is a 97   km (60   mi) river in Nova Scotia , Canada, running from its source in Annapolis County to the Atlantic Ocean . [2] Along its way, it splits the communities of LaHave and Riverport and runs along the Fairhaven Peninsula and bisects the town of Bridgewater flowing into the

#9 Course of the Willamette River

The Willamette River is a 187-mile (301   km) tributary of the Columbia River in the U.S. state of Oregon . The upper tributaries of the Willamette originate in mountains south and southeast of the twin cities of Eugene and Springfield . Formed by the confluence of the Middle Fork Willamette River a

#10 Bolinas Lagoon

Bolinas Lagoon is a tidal estuary , approximately 1,100 acres (4.5   km 2 ) in area, [2] located in the West Marin region of Marin County, California , United States , adjacent to the town of Bolinas . It is a part of the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary . In 1974, Aubrey Neasham and Wil

#11 Oakham Canal

The Oakham Canal ran from Oakham , Rutland to Melton Mowbray , Leicestershire in the East Midlands of England. It opened in 1802, but it was never a financial success, and it suffered from the lack of an adequate water supply. It closed after 45 years, when it was bought by the Midland Railway to al

#12 Bow Back Rivers

Bow Back Rivers or Stratford Back Rivers is a complex of waterways between Bow and Stratford in east London, England, which connect the River Lea to the River Thames . Starting in the twelfth century, works were carried out to drain Stratford Marshes and several of the waterways were constructed to

#13 Lee Navigation

The Lee Navigation is a canalised river incorporating the River Lea (also called the River Lee along the sections that are navigable). It flows from Hertford Castle Weir to the River Thames at Bow Creek ; its first lock is Hertford Lock and its last Bow Locks . Canalised river in Hertfordshire and L

#14 River Ingol

The River Ingol is a small river in the west of the English county of Norfolk . [1] River in Norfolk, England River Ingol River Ingol at Snettisham Location within Norfolk Location Country England County Norfolk Region East of England District King's Lynn and West Norfolk Physical   characteristics

#15 Baybridge Canal

The Baybridge Canal was a short canal built entirely within the parish of West Grinstead in the English county of Sussex . It opened in 1826, and closed in 1875. Baybridge Canal The disused lock at the lower end of the canal Specifications Maximum boat length 75   ft 0   in (22.86   m) Maximum boat

#16 Brock River (Missisquoi River)

The Brock River is a stream on the north bank of the Missisquoi River . The Brock River flows in the municipality of Sutton , in the Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality , in the administrative region of Estrie , in the province of Quebec , in Canada . For rivers with similar names, see Bro

#17 Loutre River (Missouri River)

The Loutre River is a 58.4-mile-long (94.0   km) [1] tributary of the Missouri River in the United States . The Loutre River begins in Audrain County . It flows into the Missouri River from the north in Montgomery County opposite the town of Hermann . Loutre , meaning " otter ", was applied to the r

#18 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

#19 Shropshire Union Railways and Canal Company

The Shropshire Union Railways and Canal Company was a Company in England , formed in 1846, which managed several canals and railways. It intended to convert a number of canals to railways, but was leased by the London and North Western Railway (LNWR) from 1847, and although they built one railway in

#20 Barbridge Junction

Barbridge Junction ( grid reference SJ612570 ) is the name of the canal junction located at Barbridge , Cheshire , where the Shropshire Union Canal Middlewich Branch terminates and meets the Shropshire Union Canal main line. Barbridge Junction Narrowboats at Barbridge Junction Specifications Status

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#1 Laxey Bay

Laxey Bay ( Manx : Baie Laksaa ) is a coastal feature and Marine Nature Reserve on the east coast of the Isle of Man in the north Irish Sea . Geographically it is bounded by Laxey Head ( Manx : Kione Laksaa ) to the north and Clay Head ( Manx : Kione ny Cleigh ) to the south.

#2 Moreton Bay

Moreton Bay is a bay located on the eastern coast of Australia 14 kilometres (8.7   mi) from central Brisbane , Queensland . It is one of Queensland's most important coastal resources. [2] The waters of Moreton Bay are a popular destination for recreational anglers and are used by commercial operato

#3 Days Bay

Days Bay is a residential area in Lower Hutt in the Wellington Region of the North Island of New Zealand . It is walled on three sides by steep bush-clad slopes. Most of its level land is occupied by Williams Park and an independent boys' primary school , originally a part of Williams Park. Wellingt

#4 Catherine Hill Bay, New South Wales

Catherine Hill Bay is a coastal bay and village on the southern peninsula forming Lake Macquarie , south of the Pacific Ocean entrance channel at Swansea in New South Wales , Australia . It is part of the City of Lake Macquarie local government area . The village is the oldest continuous settlement

#5 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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