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Saar (Rhine)

The Saar is a minor tributary of the Alpine Rhine in the Swiss canton of St. Gallen. It rises in Mittelsass, Bad Ragaz municipality, at 2.087 m elevation. Flowing generally north, it passes the Saarfall waterfall, dropping from 560 m to 500 m, re ...

Sayn (river)

The Sayn is a small river, just under 43 kilometres long, in the south of the Westerwald hill region of Germany. It rises near Himburg in the Upper Westerwald and empties into the River Rhine in Bendorf.

Schwarzbach (Bergisches Land)

Schwarzbach is a river of the Bergisches Land, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is a right tributary of the Rhine near Dusseldorf-Wittlaer. Its source is north of Mettmann.

Schwarzbach (Ried)

Schwarzbach is a river of the Hessian Ried, Hesse, Germany. It is a right tributary of the Rhine in Ginsheim. Including its right source river Gundbach, it is 43.5 km long.

Seefelder Aach

The Seefelder Aach is a river in the districts of Sigmaringen and Bodenseekreis, Tubingen region, southern Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is approximately 55 kilometres long and flows into Lake Constance. It has a catchment area of 279 km² and is ...

Stockacher Aach

Stockacher Aach is a river of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is a tributary to Lake Constance, which is drained by the Rhine. It passes through Stockach and flows into Lake Constance near Bodman-Ludwigshafen.

Sulzbach (Rhine)

Sulzbach is a river of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is a right tributary of the Rhine. It passes through Sulzburg and Heitersheim, and flows into the Rhine near Hartheim am Rhein.

Teufelsbach (Alaunbach)

Teufelsbach is a small river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The devil is in beuel of Bonn. It is a left tributary Alaunbach.

Weschnitz

The Weschnitz is a 59.4 km long right tributary of the Rhine running through the German states of Hesse and Baden-Wurttemberg. The name of the river traces to the Celtic god Visucius, who was worshiped in the region. The river source is situated ...

Wiese

The Wiese is a river, 57.8 kilometres long, and a right-hand tributary of the Rhine in southwest Germany and northwest Switzerland. From its source in Baden-württemberg in the South of the black forest on the Feldberg mountain, it flows, at least ...

Wisper

The Wisper is a 29.715-kilometre-long river in Hesse, Germany, right tributary of the Rhine. Its source is in the western Taunus, Rheingau-Taunus-Kreis district, near a small village named Wisper. It flows southwest through a densely forested val ...

Auer (Odenwald)

The Auer is a river in Hesse, Germany which springs from the western edge of the Felsberg in the Hessian Odenwald between Balkhausen and Bensheim-Hochstadten. It measures 6.7 kilometers in length and is part of the Rhine river system.

Brexbach

The Brexbach is a river, just under 22 kilometres long, and an orographically left-hand tributary of the Saynbach in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate.

Darmbach

Darmbach is a river of Hesse, Germany. It flows through Darmstadt, and flows into the Schwarzbach in Trebur.

Ernstbach

Ernstbach is a 12.5-kilometre -long river of Hesse, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Wisper River in the Taunus mountains, part of the Rhine river system.

Lochbach (Itter)

Lochbach is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The origin of the Lochbach several sources close to Penig, the municipal district of Solingen. In Lochbach flows makes it one of the best, another municipal district of Solingen, Itter. The ...

MuSbach

The MuSbach is a stream, nearly 12 kilometres long, in the eastern Palatinate Forest and in the Anterior Palatinate region in the south of German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. The former village of MuSbach was named after it.

Otterbach (Rhine)

The Otterbach is a stream, 42 kilometres long, in South Palatinate in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, that flows eastwards and northeastwards towards the Upper Rhine.

Waldangelbach

Waldangelbach is a river of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It flows into the Leimbach in Wiesloch. In 2017 in the amount of 2.4 million was the project to redevelop the 210 metres from Waldangelbach through the center of mühlhausen. In mid-2019, the ...

Obersee (Lake Constance)

The Obersee, also known as Upper Lake Constance, is the much larger of the two parts of Lake Constance, the other part being the Untersee.

Blankenburg (Rozenburg)

Blankenburg is a former village that was located on the Dutch island of Rozenburg in the province of South Holland. It was located to the west of Rotterdam and to the southeast of the village of Rozenburg and was part of the Blankenburg island po ...

Dordrecht

Dordrecht, colloquially Dordt), historically known in English as Dordt or Dort, is a city and municipality in the Western Netherlands, located in the province of South Holland. It is the fifth-largest city of the province after Rotterdam, The Hag ...

Europoort

Europoort is an area of the Port of Rotterdam and the adjoining industrial area in the Netherlands. Being situated at Southside of the mouth of the rivers Rhine and Meuse with the hinterland consisting of the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and par ...

Maasvlakte

The Maasvlakte is a massive man-made westward extension of the Europoort port and industrial facility within the Port of Rotterdam. Situated in the municipality of Rotterdam in the Netherlands, the Maasvlakte is built on land reclaimed from the N ...

Rozenburg

Rozenburg is a town and former municipality in the western Netherlands, in the province of South Holland. The municipality had a population of 13.173 in 2004, and covers an area of 6.50 km². It was the second-smallest municipality in the Netherla ...

Mackenzie Basin

The Mackenzie Basin is an elliptical intermontane basin located in the Mackenzie and Waitaki Districts, near the centre of the South Island of New Zealand. It is the largest such basin in New Zealand. Historically famous mainly for sheep farming, ...

Oparara Basin

The Oparara Basin is a basin drained by the Oparara River at 20 kilometres north of Karamea, at the West Coast Region of the South Island of New Zealand. With its large natural rock arches, a network of caves rich in fossils, and a beautiful, uns ...

Awo-Omamma

Awo-Omamma, in the Northeast of Niger Delta is an oil-rich town on the banks of Njaba River in Nigerias South East Imo State. It is a potential tourism hub in the region due to its specie of wildlife in Umuezukwe and green vegetation.

Osemotor

Ossemotor is an ancient river port and park on the bank of the lean finger-like Oguta Lake in Imo State, southeastern Nigeria. Known for its rich history of commerce, Ossemotor was a strategic economic centre in the Eastern Region of Nigeria. Occ ...

Taebaek Mountains

The Taebaek mountains are located along the eastern edge of the peninsula and run along the eastern coast of the Korean Peninsula. The Hwangnyong Mountain in North Korea 1268 meters forms the northern end of the range. Busan lies at the southern ...

Rekvedbukta (Jan Mayen)

The bay extends from the point Kapp Traill to the south and northeastwards to the peninsula of Eggoya. It has a length of about eight nautical miles. The only inhabited site on Jan Mayen, Olonkinbyen, is located at the plain Trollsletta at the so ...

Svartisen

Svartisen is a collective term for two glaciers located in Nordland county in northern Norway. It is part of Saltfjellet-Svartisen National Park, located in the Saltfjell mountain range. The glaciers are located in the municipalities of Beiarn, M ...

Qori Kalis Glacier

The Qori Kalis Glacier is a tropical glacier located in the Cordillera Oriental section of the Andes mountains of Peru. It is one of the few tropical glaciers left in the world, and is the main outlet of the Quelccaya Ice Cap. This glacier has lo ...

Malopolska Upland

Malopolska Upland is an upland located in southern part of Poland, in the historic region of Lesser Poland. It extends from the valley of the upper Vistula, between Krakow and Sandomierz, to Opoczno and Radomsko in the northwest. Average height i ...

Dukhan Sabkha

Dukhan Sabkha, located in the northern section of the Dukhan region in western Qatar, is the largest inland sabkha ecosystem found in the Persian Gulf. The sabkha runs for approximately 20 km, occupies an area of 73 km², has a width of 2 to 4 km ...

Baldwin Peninsula

The Baldwin Peninsula is a peninsula located on the Arctic Circle in the northwestern region of the U.S. state of Alaska, at 66°33′06″N 161°55′44″W. It extends 72 km into Kotzebue Sound from the Alaska mainland and defines the south boundary of H ...

Cape Schmidt

Cape Schmidt, formerly known as Cape North, is a headland in the Chukchi Sea, part of Iultinsky District of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Russian Federation.

Chantal Range

The Chantal Range is a range of mountains in far North-eastern Russia. Administratively the range is part of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug of the Russian Federation. The area of the range is desolate and uninhabited.

Jack London Lake

Jack London Lake is a 14.5 km 2 mountain lake located in the Yagodninsky District of Magadan Oblast, Russia. It was named in 1932 after American author, journalist and activist of the socialist Jack London at the Russian geologist P. Skornyakov, ...

Pekulney Range

The Pekulney Range is a range of mountains in far North-eastern Russia. Administratively the range is part of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug of the Russian Federation. The area of the range is desolate and uninhabited. The term "Pekulney" means "m ...

Ukvushvuynen Range

The Ukvushvuynen Range, also known as Meingypilgyn Range, is a range of mountains in Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Russian Far East. Administratively the range is part of Anadyr District.

Chivyrkuisky Isthmus

The Chivyrkuisky Isthmus is a broad land bridge that connects the island-like mountainous part of the Svyatoy Nos peninsula to the eastern shore of Lake Baikal. The isthmus and the "island" are part of the Zabaykalsky National Park of the Republi ...

Lata River

The Lata River is a river on the island of Savaii in the Pacific island nation of Samoa. It is located in the south of the island, flowing through the Palauli district. The river begins in a broad valley in Central Savaii forests. It usually to t ...

Praia Inhame

Praia Inhame is a beach in the southernmost part of the island of São Tome in São Tome and Principe. It lies directly east of the southernmost point of the island, Ponta Homem da Capa, and 2 km southwest of the village Porto Alegre. There is an e ...

Togdheer River

Togdheer River is a seasonal river in the Togdheer region of eastern Somaliland. The region is named after the river. The rivers name comes from "Tog" and "dheer". The river tog-der rises in the foothills of the Golis mountains, flows South throu ...

Sundays River Valley

The Sundays River Valley is a low-lying area along the Sundays River. It forms part of the Sundays River Valley Local Municipality in Cacadu District Municipality, Eastern Cape, South Africa. The valley stretches from the Kirkwood prison grounds ...

Hakskeenpan

Hakskeenpan is a mud and salt pan in the Kalahari Desert, in Southern Africa. It is located in the Mier region in the Northern Cape Province, in South Africa, at 801 meters above sea level. The pan covers an area of approximately 140 km 2.

Mount Sourabaya

Mount Sourabaya is a mountain 1 nautical mile northwest of Mount Darnley, Bristol Island, in the South Sandwich Islands. Named by United Kingdom Antarctic Place-Names Committee in 1971. The name refers to the whaling factory ship Sourabaya, from ...

Montagu Island

Montagu Island is the largest of the South Sandwich Islands, located in the Scotia Sea off the coast of Antarctica. It is a part of the British Overseas Territory, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. It is located 60 km northeast from B ...

Thule Island

Thule Island, also called Morrell Island, is one of the southernmost of the South Sandwich Islands, part of the grouping known as Southern Thule. It is named, on account of its remote location, after the mythical land of Thule, said by ancient ge ...