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Coast / Coast

#1 Moreton, Merseyside

Moreton is a town on the north coast of the Wirral Peninsula , Merseyside , England. It is located approximately 8   km (5.0   mi) to the west of Wallasey . Historically part of Cheshire , it is now within the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral . The town was divided in 2004 between the local government

#2 Oyster Point (Australia)

Oyster Point lies at the mouth of Stoney Creek, about one kilometre south of Cardwell in northern Australia . Headland in 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 messages ) The neutral

#3 Ministers of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard

The minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard ( French : ministre des pêches, des océans et de la Garde côtière canadienne ) is the minister of the Crown in the Canadian Cabinet responsible for supervising the fishing industry, administrating all navigable waterways in the country,

#4 Crimea

Crimea [lower-alpha 1] ( / k r aɪ ˈ m iː ə / ( listen ) kry- MEE -ə ) is a peninsula in Eastern Europe , on the northern coast of the Black Sea . It has a population of 2.4 million, [1] made up mostly of ethnic Russians , with significant Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar minorities. [2] The peninsula is

#5 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

#6 Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas ( Spanish pronunciation:   [ˈkaβo san ˈlukas] , " Saint Luke Cape "), or simply Cabo , is a resort city at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula , in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur . As at the 2020 Census, the population of the city was 202,694 inhabitants. [1] [

#7 Barry Island

Barry Island ( Welsh : Ynys y Barri ) is a district, peninsula and seaside resort , forming part of the town of Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan , South Wales . It is named after the 6th century Saint Baruc . Barry's stretch of coast, on the Bristol Channel , has the world's second highest tidal range

#8 Courtmacsherry

Courtmacsherry ( Irish : Cúirt Mhic Shéafraidh , meaning ' MacSherry's Court ' ), [2] often referred to by locals as Courtmac , is a seaside village in County Cork , on the southwest coast of Ireland . It is about 30 miles southwest of Cork , and 15–20 minutes drive east from the town of Clonakilty

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Island / Island

#1 Witten Towhead

Witten Towhead is a bar island or " towhead " ( river island ) on the Ohio River in Tyler County , West Virginia . It is located to the southwest of Paden City . Witten Towhead is a part of the Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge . [1] Witten Towhead Witten Towhead Show map of West Virginia

#2 Nayachar

Nayachar is an island in the Hooghly River , off Haldia in Purba Medinipur in the Indian state of West Bengal . The island inhabited by few fishermen, has shot into the larger public view as the proposed site of the major chemical hub initiated by the erstwhile Left Front alliance led West Bengal Go

#3 Liugong Island

Liugong Island ( simplified Chinese : 刘 公 岛 ; traditional Chinese : 劉 公 島 ; pinyin : Liúgōng Dǎo ; Wade–Giles : Liu-kung Tao ) is a small island located on the northeastern edge of Shandong Peninsula , China at the mouth of Weihai Bay. [1] [2] It is known as the "birthplace of China's first modern n

#4 Christmas Island

Christmas Island , officially the Territory of Christmas Island , is an Australian external territory comprising the island of the same name. It is located in the Indian Ocean , around 350 kilometres (220   mi) south of Java and Sumatra and around 1,550   km (960   mi) north-west of the closest poin

#5 Kosrae

Kosrae ( / k oʊ ˈ ʃ aɪ / koh- SHY ), formerly known as Kusaie or Strong's Island , is an island in the Federated States of Micronesia . The State of Kosrae is one of the four states of the Federated States of Micronesia , and includes the main island of Kosrae and a few nearby islands and islets, th

#6 Corfu

Corfu ( / k ɔːr ˈ f ( j ) uː / , US also / ˈ k ɔːr f ( j ) uː / ) or Kerkyra ( Greek : Κέρκυρα , romanized :   Kérkyra , pronounced   [ˈcercira] ( listen ) ) [lower-alpha 1] is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea , of the Ionian Islands , [1] and, including its small satellite islands, forms the margin

#7 Ant Atoll

Ant Atoll is a small atoll lying off the west coast of Pohnpei in the Federated States of Micronesia . Along with the nearby Pakin Atoll , these islands constitute the Senyavin group of islands . [1] Ant Atoll Location of Ant Atoll in the Pacific Ocean Ant Atoll from space. Courtesy NASA . Ant's fir

#8 Barbuda

Barbuda ( / b ɑːr ˈ b ( j ) uː d ə / ), [9] [10] is an island located in the eastern Caribbean forming part of the sovereign state of Antigua and Barbuda . It is located north of the island of Antigua and is part of the Leeward Islands of the West Indies. The island is a popular tourist destination

#9 Ve Skerries

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

#10 Sombrero, Anguilla

Sombrero , also known as Hat Island , is part of the British Overseas Territory of Anguilla and is the northernmost island of the Lesser Antilles . [lower-alpha 1] It lies 54   km (34   mi) north-west of Anguilla across the Dog and Prickly Pear Passage. The distance to Dog Island , the next nearest

#11 Nishinoshima (Ogasawara)

Nishi-no-shima ( Japanese : 西之島 , "western island") is a volcanic island located around 940   km (584   mi) south-southeast of Tokyo , [2] that is part of the Volcano Islands arc. Active volcanic island belonging to the Volcano Islands arc Nishinoshima Native name: 西之島 Nishinoshima on 1 December 201

#12 Liberty Island

Liberty Island is a federally owned island in Upper New York Bay in the United States. Its most notable feature is the Statue of Liberty ( Liberty Enlightening the World ), a large statue by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi that was dedicated in 1886. The island also contains the Statue of Liberty Museum

#13 Rennell Island

Rennell Island , locally known as Mugaba , is the main island of two inhabited islands that make up the Rennell and Bellona Province in the nation state of Solomon Islands . Rennell Island has a land area of 660 square kilometres (250   sq   mi) that is about 80 kilometres (50   mi) long and 14 kilo

#14 Grand Manan

Grand Manan is a Canadian island in the Bay of Fundy . Grand Manan is also the name of an incorporated village, which includes the main island and all of its adjacent islands, except White Head Island . It is governed as a village and is part of the province of New Brunswick . Village in New Brunswi

#15 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   (

#16 Trindade and Martim Vaz

Trindade and Martim Vaz [3] ( Portuguese : Trindade e Martim Vaz , pronounced   [tɾĩˈdadʒi i mɐʁˈtʃĩ ˈvas] ) is an archipelago located in the South Atlantic Ocean about 1,100 kilometres (680 miles) east of the coast of the Brazilian state of Espírito Santo , of which it forms a part. The archipelago

#17 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

#18 South China Sea Islands

The South China Sea Islands consist of over 250 islands , atolls , cays , shoals , reefs and seamounts in the South China Sea . The islands are mostly low and small, and have few inhabitants. The islands and surrounding seas are subject to overlapping territorial claims by the countries bordering th

#19 Ilhas Cagarras

The Ilhas Cagarras (Cagarras Islands) are an uninhabited archipelago located 5   km (3.1 miles) off Ipanema , a major beach of the southern coast of the city of Rio de Janeiro , Brazil. They have been designated a federal natural monument since 2010. Ilhas Cagarras Cagarras Islands A view of Ipanema

#20 Tenerife

Tenerife ( / ˌ t ɛ n ə ˈ r iː f / ; Spanish:   [teneˈɾife] ; formerly spelled Teneriffe ) is the largest and most populous island of the Canary Islands . [4] It is home to 43% of the total population of the archipelago. [4] With a land area of 2,034 square kilometres (785   sq   mi) and a population

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Mountains / Mountains

#1 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

#2 American Border Peak

American Border Peak is a mountain just south of the Canada–United States border , in the North Cascades of Washington state, with a corresponding sister peak, Canadian Border Peak , just north along a col connecting to it across the border. [5] It is located within the Mount Baker Wilderness , part

#3 Mamayev Kurgan

Mamayev Kurgan ( Russian : Мамаев Курган ) is a dominant height overlooking the city of Volgograd (formerly Stalingrad) in Southern Russia . The name in Russian means " tumulus of Mamai ". [1] The formation is dominated by a memorial complex commemorating the Battle of Stalingrad (August 1942 to Feb

#4 Cerro del Chiquihuite

Cerro del Chiquihuite (Chiquihuite Hill) is a hill located in the north of Mexico City , in the borough of Gustavo A. Madero and bordering the municipality of Tlalnepantla de Baz in the State of Mexico . The hill has a height of 2,730 metres (8,960   ft) above sea level and forms part of the Sierra

#5 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

#6 Hochwald (Zittau Mountains)

Hochwald (Czech Hvozd ) is a mountain on the border of Saxony in southeastern Germany and Bohemia in the Czech Republic . It is at 749.5 metres (2,459   ft) above sea level, one of the highest in the Lusatian / Zittau ranges, directly on the Czech/German border. It has two peaks, the southern main s

#7 Brown Mountain forest

The Brown Mountain forest is located in East Gippsland , Victoria (Australia) , and is notable for containing large tracts of old growth forest , including over fifty shining gum trees estimated to be over 300 years old. Brown Mountain Old growth forest on Brown Mountain Highest   point Elevation 98

#8 Gorbea

Gorbea ( Spanish pronunciation:   [goɾˈβea] ) or Gorbeia ( Basque pronunciation:   [gorβei.a] ) is a mountain and massif in the Basque Country , Spain . It is the highest summit in Biscay and Álava , with a height of 1,482 metres (4,862   ft) above sea level. The massif covers a wide area between th

#9 Manzano Mountains

The Manzano Mountains are a small mountain range in the central part of the US State of New Mexico . They are oriented north–south and are 30 miles long. [1] The center of the range lies due east of the town of Belen. The name "Manzano" is Spanish for "apple tree"; the mountains were named for apple

#10 Barrington Tops National Park

The Barrington Tops National Park is a protected national park located in the Hunter Valley in New South Wales , Australia. Gazetted in 1969, the 76,512-hectare (189,070-acre) park is situated between Scone , Singleton , Dungog , Gloucester and East Gresford . Protected area in New South Wales, Aust

#11 La Verna

La Verna ( Latin : Alverna is a locality on Mount Penna ( Italian : Monte Penna ), an isolated mountain of 1,283 metres (4,209   ft) situated in the centre of the Tuscan Apennines , rising above the valley of the Casentino , central Italy . The place is known especially for its association with Sain

#12 Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands ( / ˈ f ɛər oʊ / FAIR -oh ), or simply the Faroes or Faeroes ( Faroese : Føroyar [ˈfœɹjaɹ] ( listen ) ; Danish : Færøerne [ˈfeɐ̯ˌøˀɐnə] ), are a North Atlantic archipelago island country and self-governing nation under the external sovereignty of the Kingdom of Denmark . Danish ter

#13 Aso Caldera

Aso caldera (also known as Asosan , the Aso Volcano or Mount Aso , although the later term usually is used related to its currently active vents) is a geographical feature of Kumamoto Prefecture , Japan . It stretches 25 kilometers north to south and 18 kilometers east to west. The central core "Aso

#14 Mount Marcy

Mount Marcy ( Mohawk : Tewawe’éstha [4] ) is the highest point in New York , [5] with an elevation of 5,344 feet (1,629   m) . [1] [2] It is located in the Town of Keene in Essex County . The mountain is in the heart of the Adirondack High Peaks region of the High Peaks Wilderness Area . Its stature

#15 Bjelašnica

Bjelašnica ( Serbian Cyrillic : Бјелашница , pronounced   [bjělaːʃnit͡sa] ) is a mountain in central Bosnia and Herzegovina . It is to the southwest of Sarajevo , bordering Mount Igman . Bjelašnica's tallest peak, by which the mountain group got its name, rises to an elevation of 2,067 metres (6,781

#16 San Sevaine Flats

San Sevaine Flats is a small area of flatland east of Cucamonga Peak in the San Gabriel Mountains in San Bernardino County , California . The area is in the Cucamonga Wilderness in the San Bernardino National Forest , 1.24 miles south of Bonita Falls on South Fork Lytle Creek and north of Rancho Cuc

#17 Mount Gee

Mount Gee is located in the northern Flinders Ranges within the Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary, and is part of the Mount Painter inlier. It was named after a mining warden, Lionel Gee. [2] Mount Gee Mount Gee South Australia, Australia Highest   point Elevation 640   m (2,100   ft) AHD   Coordinates

#18 Malinche (volcano)

La Malinche , also known as Matlalcueye or Malintzin , is an active volcano (dormant for the last 3,100   years) located in the states of Tlaxcala and Puebla in Mexico . Officially, its summit reaches 4,461 metres (14,636   ft) above sea level, though it is generally considered to be closer to 4,440

#19 Mount Stroumboulas

Mount Stroumboulas or Stroumpoulas ( Greek : Όρος Στρούμπουλας ), is a mountain in northern Crete , Greece . [1] [2] Mountain in Greece Mount Stroumboulas Stroumboulas peak from the southeast Highest   point Elevation 798   m (2,618   ft) Coordinates 35°20′08″N 25°00′08″E Geography Mount Stroumboula

#20 Feuerstein (Stubai Alps)

The Feuerstein is a twin peak in the Stubai Alps on the border of Tyrol and South Tyrol . Mountain in Italy Feuerstein Highest   point Elevation 3,268   m (10,722   ft) Prominence 441   m (1,447   ft) [1] Listing Alpine mountains above 3000 m Coordinates 46°58′22″N 11°14′29″E Geography Location Tyro

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Reservoir / Reservoir

#1 Culver's Lake

Culver's Lake (formerly Round Pond ) is a lake located in Frankford Township , in Sussex County , New Jersey . Fed by Lake Owassa and Bear Swamp, Culver's Lake is the source of the West Branch of the Paulins Kill (also known as the " Culver Brook "). In the late 19th and early 20th century, the lake

#2 Cantref Reservoir

Cantref Reservoir is the middle of the three reservoirs in the Taff Fawr valley in Wales . It was built by Cardiff Corporation Waterworks between 1886 and 1892, but since 1973 has been owned by Welsh Water . It is located in the Brecon Beacons National Park , mostly in the Powys unitary authority ar

#3 Llwyn-on Reservoir

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

#4 Gomal Zam Dam

Gomal Zam Dam ( Urdu : گومل زم ڈیم ) is a multi-purpose gravity dam in South Waziristan Tribal District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa , Pakistan . The dam impounds the Gomal River , a tributary of the Indus River , at Khjori Kach, where the Gomal River passes through a narrow ravine. The purpose of the dam

#5 Lavon Lake

Lavon Lake is a freshwater reservoir located in southeast Collin County, Texas , on the East Fork of the Trinity River near Wylie , off State Highway 78 . [1] It is commonly called Lake Lavon for commercial and recreational purposes, but Lavon Lake is its official name according to the U.S. Army Cor

#6 Sardeh Band Dam

The Sardeh Band Dam ( Pashto : د سردې بند برېښناکوټ ) is located near Sardeh Band town, in the eastern part of Andar District of Ghazni Province of Afghanistan . It was constructed in 1967 (1346 in the Islamic calendar ) by the Soviet Union and Afghanistan during the reign of Mohammed Zahir Shah pri

#7 Newfound Lake

Newfound Lake is located in Grafton County , New Hampshire , United States. It is situated in the Lakes Region of central New Hampshire, in the towns of Alexandria , Bridgewater , Bristol , and Hebron . Its area of 4,451 acres (18.0   km 2 ) places it behind only Lake Winnipesaukee and Squam Lake am

#8 Marbury, Cheshire

Marbury is a small village located at SJ560457 in the civil parish of Marbury cum Quoisley , within the unitary authority of Cheshire East and the ceremonial county of Cheshire , England. It is administered jointly with the adjacent civil parishes of Norbury and Wirswall . The village lies around 3

#9 Tappan Zee

The Tappan Zee ( / ˌ t æ p ən ˈ z iː / ; also Tappan Sea or Tappaan Zee ) is a natural widening of the Hudson River , about 3 miles (4.8   km) across at its widest, in southeastern New York . It stretches about 10 miles (16   km) along the boundary between Rockland and Westchester counties, downstre

#10 Lake Bermen

Lake Bermen ( French : Lac Bermen , formerly known as Lac Allemand ) is a 103 square kilometres (40   sq   mi) lake in the province of Quebec , Canada. The lake is on ancient rocks of the Superior Province where gold mineralization has been found. It is named after Claude de Bermen de la Martinière

#11 Attabad Lake

Attabad Lake ( Urdu : عطا آباد جھیل ) is a lake located in the Gojal region of Hunza Valley in Gilgit−Baltistan , Pakistan . It was created in January 2010 as the result of a major landslide in Attabad . [1] [2] The lake has become one of the biggest tourist attractions in Gilgit−Baltistan , offerin

#12 Morrow Point Dam

Morrow Point Dam is a 468-foot-tall (143   m) concrete double- arch dam on the Gunnison River located in Colorado , the first dam of its type built by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation . Located in the upper Black Canyon of the Gunnison , it creates Morrow Point Reservoir , and is within the National P

#13 Manapouri Power Station

Manapōuri Power Station is an underground hydroelectric power station on the western arm of Lake Manapouri in Fiordland National Park , in the South Island of New Zealand . At 854   MW installed capacity (although limited to 800   MW due to resource consent limits [3] ), it is the largest hydroelect

#14 Fort Phantom Hill

Fort Phantom Hill is a United States Army installation located ain Jones County, Texas . The fort was active from 1852 to 1853 and again from 1856 until the 1890s. The fort was first established in 1852 as part of a line of forts in Texas intended to protect migrants traveling to California . US Arm

#15 Macombs Dam

Macombs Dam ( / m ə ˈ k uː m z / mə- KOOMZ ) was a dam and bridge across the Harlem River between Manhattan and the Bronx in New York City , which existed from c.   1814 to c.   1858 . The bridge was later replaced with the toll-free Central Bridge, and since 1890, the current Macombs Dam Bridge has

#16 Lake Tear of the Clouds

Lake Tear of the Clouds is a small tarn located in the town of Keene , in Essex County , New York , United States, on the southwest slope of Mount Marcy , the state's highest point , in the Adirondack Mountains . It is the highest pond in the state at 4,293 feet (1,309   m) . It is often cited as th

#17 Beacons Reservoir

Beacons Reservoir ( Welsh : Cronfa'r Bannau ) is the northernmost of the three reservoirs in the Taff Fawr valley in South Wales . It was built by Cardiff Corporation Waterworks between 1893 and 1897, and the water is impounded by an earth dam with a clay core. Since 1973 it has been owned by Welsh

#18 Oderteich

The Oderteich is an historic reservoir about seven kilometres northeast of Sankt Andreasberg in the Upper Harz in central Germany . It was built by miners from St. Andreasberg in the years 1715 to 1722 and, today, is an important component of the water supply network known as the Upper Harz Water Re

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River / River

#1 West Canada Creek

The West Canada Creek is a 76-mile-long (122   km) [4] river in upstate New York , United States. West Canada Creek is an important water way in Hamilton , Oneida , and Herkimer counties, draining the south part of the Adirondack Mountains before emptying into the Mohawk River near the Village of He

#2 Kachhi Canal Project

The Kachhi Canal Project is a 499-km long canal project situated in the Balochistan and Punjab Provinces of Pakistan . It starts from Taunsa Barrage at Indus River and terminates in Balochistan. The canal provides sustainable irrigation water supply to 72,000 acres of agricultural land in Balochista

#3 Saint-Charles River (Quebec City)

The Saint-Charles River (Huron-Wendat name is Akiawenrahk ) is the main watercourse crossing Quebec City, Quebec , Canada. River in Quebec City in Canada For other uses, see Saint-Charles River . Saint Charles River Akiawenrahk Saint-Charles River seen from Drouin bridge Location Country Canada Prov

#4 Rivière aux Rats

The rivière aux Rats ( from muskrat ) is a watercourse crossing the borough Chicoutimi sector, at Saguenay (city) ( Quebec , Canada ). [1] At 3.72   km (2.31   mi) in length, it is a minor tributary of the Saguenay River . [2] Rivière aux Rats The "rivière aux Rats" view from Rosaire-Gauthier park.

#5 Boardman River

The Boardman River (also known as the Ottaway River or Boardman–Ottaway River [1] ) is a 28.2-mile-long (45.4   km) [2] river that flows into the west arm of Grand Traverse Bay in Traverse City, Michigan . The Boardman's upper tributaries rise near Kalkaska, Michigan , and its watershed drains an ar

#6 German Thaya

The German Thaya or Austrian Thaya ( German : Deutsche Thaya , Czech : Rakouská Dyje ) is a river in Lower Austria . Its drainage basin is 770   km 2 (300   sq   mi) . [2] German Thaya German Thaya in Waidhofen Location Country Austria State Lower Austria Physical   characteristics Source     •   lo

#7 Kongou Falls

Chutes Kongou (also called the Koungou Falls) is a massive cataract about 3.2 kilometres wide and up to 56 m tall, located in Ivindo National Park in eastern Gabon . It is located on the Ivindo River and is one of the strongest-flowing waterfalls in the world with an average flow of 900 cubic metres

#8 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

#9 River Thame

The River Thame / ˈ t eɪ m / is a river in Southern England . A tributary of the River Thames , the river runs generally south-westward for about 40   mi (64   km) from its source above the Buckinghamshire town of Aylesbury to the Thames in south-east Oxfordshire . River in Southern England Not to b

#10 Chadakoin River

The Chadakoin River is a 7.8-mile-long (12.6   km) [3] stream that is a tributary of the Conewango Creek . The Chadakoin lies entirely in Chautauqua County in Western New York in the United States. [4] River in New York, United States Chadakoin Chadakoin River (red) Etymology Iroquoian word of uncer

#11 River Taff

The River Taff ( Welsh : Afon Taf ) is a river in Wales . It rises as two rivers in the Brecon Beacons ; the Taf Fechan ( little Taff ) and the Taf Fawr ( great Taff ) before becoming one just north of Merthyr Tydfil . Its confluence with the River Severn estuary is in Cardiff . River in Wales which

#12 Birmingham Canal Navigations

Birmingham Canal Navigations ( BCN ) is a network of canals connecting Birmingham , Wolverhampton , and the eastern part of the Black Country . The BCN is connected to the rest of the English canal system at several junctions. It was owned and operated by the Birmingham Canal Navigations Company fro

#13 Porter Brook

The Porter Brook is a river which flows through the City of Sheffield , England , descending over 1,000 feet (300   m) from its source on Burbage Moor to the west of the city to its mouth where it joins the River Sheaf in a culvert beneath Sheffield railway station . Like the other rivers in Sheffie

#14 Feni River

Feni River ( Bengali : ফেনী নদী   ; ISO : Phēnī Nadī ) is a river in southeastern Bangladesh and Tripura state of India . It is a trans-boundary river with an ongoing dispute about water rights. The Feni River originates in South Tripura district and flows through Sabroom town and then enters Bangla

#15 Des Plaines River

The Des Plaines River ( / d ɪ s ˈ p l eɪ n z / ) is a river that flows southward for 133 miles (214   km) [2] through southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois [3] in the United States Midwest , eventually meeting the Kankakee River west of Channahon to form the Illinois River , a tributary of the Mi

#16 Anderson Creek (Pennsylvania)

Anderson Creek is a 23.6-mile-long (38.0   km) [6] tributary of the West Branch Susquehanna River in Clearfield County , Pennsylvania , in the United States . [7] Stream in Pennsylvania, USA Anderson Creek Tributary to West Branch Susquehanna River Brown Springs, Moshannon State Forest , Union Towns

#17 Danube–Black Sea Canal

The Danube–Black Sea Canal ( Romanian : Canalul Dunăre–Marea Neagră ) is a navigable canal in Romania , which runs from Cernavodă on the Danube river, via two branches, to Constanța and Năvodari on the Black Sea . Administered from Agigea , it is an important part of the waterway link between the No

#18 Zuid-Willemsvaart

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

#19 River Gipping

The River Gipping is the source river for the River Orwell in the county of Suffolk in East Anglia , England , which is named from the village of Gipping , and which gave its name to the former Gipping Rural District . The name is unrelated to the name of Ipswich . [1] although the County Town takes

#20 Lairet River

The Lairet River is a tributary of the Saint-Charles River , crossing Quebec City , Quebec , Canada. Over two kilometers long, it took its source in the vicinity of Charlesbourg and flowed in meanders in Limoilou . It has been completely channeled since the 1960s , [1] except for a segment refitted

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Sea / Sea

#1 Rose Bay, New South Wales

Rose Bay is a harbourside, eastern suburb of Sydney , in the state of New South Wales , Australia. Rose Bay is located seven kilometres east of the Sydney central business district , in the local government areas of Waverley Council (east of Old South Head Road ) and Municipality of Woollahra (on it

#2 English Channel

The English Channel [lower-alpha 1] ( French : la Manche , Breton : Mor Breizh , Cornish : Mor Bretannek ), also called the British Channel [1] or simply the Channel , is an arm of the Atlantic Ocean that separates Southern England from northern France and links to the southern part of the North Sea

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