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Parklands adjoining the Yarra River

The Yarra River is a river in southern Victoria, Australia that flows through the city of Melbourne. There are many parklands, including state parks and national parks, that adjoin the river along its 250 km length. Every park listed has walking ...

Yarra Bend Park

Yarra Bend Park is a 260 hectare park in the Melbourne suburb of Kew. Located 4 km northeast of Melbournes CBD, it is the largest area of natural bushland left in inner Melbourne. The most notable feature of the park is the Yarra River which flow ...

The Earth Suspended River

The Earth Suspended River (地上悬河) is located in the lower reaches of the Yellow River,which is a world-famous geographical landscape. Also known as the raised bed river, its bed is more than 3 metres higher than the ground. In some places,th ...

Youghiogheny River

The Youghiogheny River, or the Yough for short, is a 134-mile-long tributary of the Monongahela River in the U.S. states of West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. It drains an area on the west side of the Allegheny Mountains northward into Pe ...

Bear Run

Bear Run is a 5.0-mile-long tributary of the Youghiogheny River in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Bear run is in the Appalachian mountains and part of the Pittsburgh Metropolitan. In "fallingwater", designed by the architect ...

Casselman River

The Casselman River is a 56.5-mile-long tributary of the Youghiogheny River in western Maryland and Pennsylvania in the United States. The Casselman river rises in Garrett County atop the plateau of Western Maryland as two branches, the South-Eas ...

Indian Creek (Youghiogheny River tributary)

Indian Creek is a 31.0-mile-long tributary of the Youghiogheny River in Fayette County, Pennsylvania in the United States. Indian Creek drains the West slope of Laurel hill in the Laurel highlands and cuts a steep side canyon into the Youghioghen ...

Jacobs Creek (Pennsylvania)

Jacobs Creek is a 33.4-mile-long tributary of the Youghiogheny River beginning in Acme, Pennsylvania and draining at its mouth in the town of Jacobs Creek into the Youghiogheny River. Jacobs Creek is the southwestern border of Westmoreland County ...

Laurel Hill Creek

Laurel Hill Creek is a 39.9-mile-long tributary of the Casselman River in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Its part of the Youghiogheny river watershed, flows to the Monongahela river, the Ohio river and ultimately the Mississ ...

Beaver, Alaska

Beaver is a census-designated place in Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, Alaska, United States. At the 2010 census the population was 84, unchanged from 2000.

Marsh Lake

Marsh Lake is a widening of the Yukon River southeast of Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. It is over 30 kilometres long and ranges from three to four kilometres wide. The co-ordinates of the lake are 60°26′10″N 134°15′02″W, and is 2.147 feet above sea ...

Pitkas Point, Alaska

Pitkas Point is a census-designated place in Kusilvak Census Area, Alaska, United States. The population was 109 at the 2010 census, down from 125 in 2000.

Rampart, Alaska

Rampart Dlel Taaneets IPA: in Koyukon is a census-designated place in Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, Alaska, United States. The population was 24 at the 2010 census, down from 45 in 2000.

Stevens Village, Alaska

Stevens Village is a census-designated place in Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, Alaska, United States. The population was 78 at the 2010 census, down from 87 in 2000. The village is named after its first chief, Skidedlestalk" old Steven” Stevens 1850- ...

Porto Potenza Picena

Porto Potenza Picena, also spelled Porto Potenza, is an Italian village, the most populated civil parish of the municipality of Potenza Picena in the Province of Macerata, Marche region. As of 2001 census its population was of 7.154.

Rjecina

The Rjecina, also known as the Fiumara, is a river in Croatia that flows into the Adriatic Sea at the city of Rijeka. It is about 18 kilometres 11 mi long with an average width of from 9 to 16 meters, from 30 to 52 feet. It springs from the cave ...

Leningrad Naval Base

The Naval base was created on the basis of Order № 117 as of March 15, 1919 of the Baltic Sea Fleet. The Naval Forces of Petrograd were transformed by the order into the Petrograd Naval Base. The Petrograd, then the Leningrad naval base has since ...

Ålbæk Bugt

Albæk Bugt is a shallow bay, some 20 m deep, off the northeast coast of Skagen Odde in the north of Jutland, Denmark. It stretches from Skagen in the north to Hirsholmene to the south. On the Kattegat side of Vendsyssel, it is frequently used as ...

Forden and East Jutland Fjorde

The eastern coast of the Jutland Peninsula, consisting of Danish Jutland and German Schleswig-Holstein features a type of narrow bay called Forde in German and fjord in Danish. These bays are of glacial origin, but the glacial mechanics were diff ...

Gelting Bay

Gelting Bay, sometimes also the Bay of Gelting, is a bight of the Baltic Sea on the northeastern coast of the region of Anglia at the exit to the Flensburg Fjord near the town of Gelting. The bay extends from Habernis in the northwest via Wackerb ...

Permin

The Permin is a bay in the Saaler Bodden lagoon south of Wustrow in northeast Germany. Originally the Permin was a channel between the Saaler Bodden and the Baltic Sea and the southern estuarine channel of the River Recknitz. It borders on the Fi ...

Baltic flounder

The Baltic flounder is a species of flatfish endemic to the Baltic Sea, where it is the only known endemic fish species. It is sympatric with the closely related European flounder P. flesus, which looks the same as it is possible to allocate only ...

Fischland

Fischland is an isthmus on the southern Baltic Sea coast on the Bay of Mecklenburg in northeastern Germany. It is part of the peninsula of Fischland-DarS-Zingst. Fischland was an island until the 14th century and was bounded by the navigable estu ...

Fischland-DarS-Zingst

Fischland-DarS-Zingst or Fischland-Darss-Zingst is a 45 km long peninsula in the coastal district of Vorpommern-Rugen, in the German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The three parts of the peninsula, from west to east, are Fischland, DarS and Zin ...

Wagria

Wagria is the northeastern part of Holstein in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein, corresponding roughly to the districts of Plon and Ostholstein. The word "Wagria" is derived from Germanic settlement of Waringer and just a bit later the West ...

Strait of Baltiysk

The Strait of Baltiysk is a strait enabling passage from the Baltic Sea into the freshwater Vistula Lagoon, located in Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia. The constructed strait separates the Sambian Peninsula and the Vistula Spit, and is at the northeas ...

Drogden

Drogden is a channel through Oresund. The trench is located on the Danish side of the Oresund, between Saltholm and Amager. The road and railway connection between Denmark and Sweden passes below it in the Drogden Tunnel. Maximum depth for ships ...

Great Belt

The Great Belt is a strait between the major islands of Zealand and Funen in Denmark. It is one of the three Danish Straits. Effectively dividing Denmark in two, the belt was filed by the great belt ferries from the late 19th century until the Is ...

Little Belt

The Little Belt is a strait between the island of Funen and the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark. It is one of the three Danish Straits that drain and connect the Baltic Sea to the Kattegat strait, which drains west to the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean.

Prerower Strom

The Prerower Strom, Prerow Strom or Prerowstrom is an arm of the Baltic Sea in northeast Germany. It begins near the island of Schmidtbulten in the Bodstedter Bodden and winds its way through the countryside of the peninsula of Fischland-DarS-Zin ...

Barry Island

Barry Island 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. Barrys stretch of coast, on the Bristol Channel, has the worlds seco ...

Glamorgan Heritage Coast

The Glamorgan Heritage Coast is a 14-mile stretch of coastline in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, UK. The Glamorgan heritage coast lies between Ogmoor-by-sea and St Athan from the point of Nash to its mid-point on the coast of South Wales and ...

Stert Island

Stert Island is a low-lying uninhabited island in the Bristol Channel, off the coast of Somerset, England. It lies opposite Burnham-on-Sea, and is part of the Bridgwater Bay Nature Reserve. Start island was formed in 1798 when it separated from t ...

Tusker Rock

Tusker Rock, is a rock in the Bristol Channel, about 2 miles west of Ogmore-by-Sea, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. It is suggested that it takes its name from Tuska the Viking, a Dane whose fellow Vikings semi-colonised the Vale of Glamorgan. Alternat ...

The Wolves (Bristol Channel)

The Wolves are three rocks just over a mile northwest of the island of Flat Holm in the Bristol Channel. They measure approximately 25 metres by 20 metres and were responsible for the wrecking of at least two ships: 1817 - the William & Mary stru ...

Portishead, Somerset

Portishead is a coastal town on the Severn Estuary, close to Bristol, but within the unitary district of North Somerset, which falls within the ceremonial county of Somerset, England. It has a population of around 25.000, with a growth rate consi ...

Royal Portbury Dock

The Royal Portbury Dock is part of the Port of Bristol, in England. It is situated near the village of Portbury on the southern side of the mouth of the Avon, where the river joins the Severn estuary - the Avonmouth Docks are on the opposite side ...

Islands of Shanghai

The islands of Shanghai are those under the jurisdiction of the Shanghai municipal government. They comprise three large inhabited islands and a shifting number of smaller, uninhabited ones. Most are alluvial islands in the Yangtze River Delta in ...

Yancheng

Yancheng is a prefecture-level city in northeastern Jiangsu province, Peoples Republic of China. As the city with the largest jurisdictional area in Jiangsu, Yancheng borders Lianyungang to the north, Huaian to the west, Yangzhou and Taizhou to t ...

List of beaches in Dorset

There are many beaches in Dorset, southern England, with most of them making up the UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Jurassic Coast. Here is a list of most of them, from west to east:

Bowleaze Cove

Bowleaze Cove is a small sand and shingle beach, near the village of Preston, just to the northeast of Weymouth, Dorset, England. The cove is on the Jurassic Coast and is known for its geology. Just to the west is Furzy Cliff. The beach consists ...

Castle Cove, Weymouth

Castle Cove, also known as Sandsfoot Cove, is a small secluded sand beach to the west of Weymouth, in Dorset, southern England. It is in the parish of Wyke Regis, close to that village but closer to Sandsfoot Castle, one of Henry VIIIs Device For ...