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Central Luzon

Central Luzon, is central part of Luzon, The region has the largest plain in the country and produces most of the countrys rice supply. Its provinces are Aurora, Bataan, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Tarlac, and Zambales.

                                               

Central Visayas

Central Visayas, designated as Region VII, is a region of the Philippines in the central part of the Visayas island group. It consists of four provinces–Bohol, Cebu, Negros Oriental, and Siquijor– and the highly urbanized cities of Cebu City, Lap ...

                                               

Statistical regions of Slovenia

The statistical regions of Slovenia are 12 administrative sub-divisions created in Slovenia on May 2005 for legal and statistical purposes. In total there are 12 statistical regions in Slovenia. These 12 statistical regions are grouped in two gro ...

                                               

Central United States

The Central United States is sometimes conceived as between the Eastern United States and Western United States as part of a three-region model, roughly coincident with the Midwestern United States plus the western and central portions of the Sou ...

                                               

Continental United States

The continental United States is the area of the United States of America that is located in the continent of North America. It includes 49 of the 50 states and the District of Columbia, which contains the federal capital, Washington, D.C. The on ...

                                               

Amu Darya

The Amu Darya, also called Oxus and Amu River, is a major river in Central Asia. It is formed by the junction of the Vakhsh and Panj. In ancient times, the river was regarded as the boundary between Iran and Turan.

                                               

Gomal River

Gomal River is a river in Afghanistan and Pakistan, with its headwaters in the south-east of Ghazni. Within Pakistan, the Gomal river surrounds South Waziristan agency, forms the boundary between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan. From South Waz ...

                                               

Kundar River

Kundar River is in Balochistan, Pakistan. The meltwater from the Sulaiman Mountains forms Kundar River and it flows through Balochistan and drains into Gomal River. The two principal drainage channels of the Zhob District are the Zhob River and t ...

                                               

Kurrum River

The Kurrum River or Karam River flows in the Kurrum Valley, stretching across the Afghan-Pakistani border west to east at 33°49′N 69°58′E, about 150 km west-to-south-west of the Khyber Pass.

                                               

Rio de la Plata

The Rio de la Plata – called River Plate in British English – is a river in Argentina. It is an estuary made from the Uruguay River and the Parana River. These rivers are on the border between Argentina and Uruguay. It is about 290 kilometres lon ...

                                               

Ganges

The Ganges, also called the Ganga, Bengali: গঙ্গা Gonga), is the second largest river on the Indian subcontinent by discharge. Ganges river is named after a Hindu goddess called Ganga. Geographers, Historians and Mythologists alike regard Ganges ...

                                               

Gumti River

Gumti River originates from Dumbur in the northeastern hilly region of the Tripura Division, that is part of the so-called Chittagonian agency. The Gumti is a hilly river having a strong current. Its flow varies from 100 to 20.000 ft³/s at Comill ...

                                               

Meghna River

The Meghna River is an important river in Bangladesh. It is one of the three that forms the Ganges delta. This delta is the largest on earth. The river meets Padma River in Chandpur District. The river ends in the Bay of Bengal in Bhola District. ...

                                               

Padma River

Padma River is a major river in Bangladesh. It is the main distributary of the Ganges, flowing generally southeast for 120 kilometres to its confluence with the Meghna River near the Bay of Bengal. The city of Rajshahi is situated on the banks of ...

                                               

Neman River

Neman or Niemen or Nemunas is a major Eastern European river. It starts in Belarus and flows through Lithuania before draining into the Curonian Lagoon and then into the Baltic Sea at Klaipeda. It is the northern border between Lithuania and Russ ...

                                               

Lesse

From its source to its mouth, the main tributaries of the Lesse are: Iwoigne, left tributary, it joins the Lesse near Houyet. Our, left tributary, it joins the Lesse near Redu. Almache, left tributary, it joins the Lesse in Daverdisse. Lomme, rig ...

                                               

Meuse

The Meuse is a river in Western Europe. The river starts in France, goes through Belgium and the Netherlands. It ends in the North Sea. The Meuse is fed mostly by rainwater. It is the oldest river in the world.

                                               

Wiltz (river)

The Wiltz starts in the Ardennes, in Bastogne, a municipality in the Belgian province of Luxembourg. The river is formed to the south of Bastogne by two small streams. After a course of about 8 km 2 3 sq mi in Belgium, the river gets into Luxembo ...

                                               

Bosanka (river)

Bosanka is a river in central Bosnia. It is a right tributary of the Vrbanja river. It rises on the southern slopes of the Uzlomac mountain) in four streams. The length is about 6 kilometres. Flowing through Petrovici, and its mouth in Vrbanja ri ...

                                               

Corkovac

Corkovac is an eastern confluent of the Vrbanja river in Bosnia. It begins on the north-eastern slopes of the Vlasic mountains plateau, and the mouth opens at Siprage, where the towns sawmill was. The spring of Corkovac is 1.150 metres above sea ...

                                               

Crkvenica

Crkvenica is a Bosnian river. It is a right bank tributary of the Vrbanja River. Crkvenica rises between the northwestern slopes of Ocaus and Sipraska brda mountains. It flows southeast at around 1.200 metres 3.900 ft above sea level. The river d ...

                                               

Ilomska

Ilomska is a river in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is right tributary of the Ugar. It is about 20 kilometres in length. The river starts in Vlasics Mountain. It is an essential body of water for surrounding wildlife. Ilomska flows between the Zezni ...

                                               

Kovacevica potok

Kovacevica potok is a left tributary of Vrbanja river, between Krusevo Brdo and Siprage), in the Kotor-Varos, Municipality, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is about three km long. Several of its constituent streams originate in the Guzovina - Vis elev ...

                                               

Lopaca (Vrbanja)

Lopaca is one of many right tributaries in the upper flow of Vrbanja. Lopaca has its source from two components in the eastern slopes of Selacka Mountain, between the hills Marina Glava and Lujin Dirjek. These components of the source meet at abo ...

                                               

Stopanska rijeka

The Stopanska rijeka – also signed as Stopanski and Stopanski potok – is a right tributary of the Vrbanja river in the Kotor-Varos Municipality, local community of Siprage, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It originates northeast of the village Stopan, fr ...

                                               

Trnovac (Vrbanja)

The Trnovac is a river / stream in Central Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of many right tributaries of Vrbanja river. Before the village Hajdarovici receives water of six right tributaries / springs, and in the case of two more left. In Vrbanja, it ...

                                               

Ugar (river)

The Ugar is a river of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a tributary of the Vrbas river. The Ugars length is around 44.5 kilometres. Its drainage basin is around 328 km 2. Its largest right tributaries are: Pljackovac, Ilomska, Kobilja, Zirin Potok a ...

                                               

Ugric

Ugric is a right tributary of the Ugar river in Central Bosnia. It is about 4 kilometres in length, and its source is Vlasics Mountain slopes. It is an essential body of water for surrounding wildlife. Ugric springs from the fountain of the same ...

                                               

Usora (river)

Usora is left tributary of the Bosnia in central Bosnia. The total length of the river Usora – from sources below the top of the mountain Ocaus to the mouth above the Doboj is about 82 kilometers. The town of Teslic, through which it flows, bears ...

                                               

Vrbanja river

The Vrbanja is a river in western Bosnia and Herzegovina. Along with the Ugar, it is the largest right tributary of the Vrbas. Its drainage basin covers an area of approximately 703.5 km 2. It has significant hydropower potential. The estimations ...

                                               

Vrbas (river)

The Vrbas is a river in the western part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is one of the larger tributaries of river Sava. The Vrbas is about 250 km long. The drainage basin is around 6273 km 2. The average flow at the mouth is 114 m 3 /s. Vrbas star ...

                                               

Amazon River

The Amazon River is the largest river in the world by the amount or volume of water it carries. It flows through the tropical forests of South America, mainly in Brazil. Its headwaters are in the Andes Mountains in Peru, on the western edge of So ...

                                               

Hamza River

The Hamza River is a recent discovery. Under the ground in the Amazon area is a huge slowly moving waterway. This slowly flowing aquifer in Brazil is about 6.000 kilometres long. It is nearly 4.000 metres below ground level. Its discovery was ann ...

                                               

Rio Negro (Uruguay)

The Rio Negro is the most important river in Uruguay.is a river in central France. It is a left tributary of the Uruguay river. It starts in southern Brazil and flows west across the entire width of Uruguay to the Uruguay River. The course of the ...

                                               

Mekong River

The Mekong River is a river in the south-east of Asia. It flows through many countries: China, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and finally Vietnam. The Mekong begins in the Lasagongma Spring which is in the plateaus of Tibet, disputed part of Ch ...

                                               

Red River of the North

The Red River of the North is in North America. It starts between the U.S. states of North Dakota and Minnesota. It starts where the Bois de Su River and Otter Tail River come together. It goes north through the Red River Valley. It is the border ...

                                               

Saskatchewan River

The Saskatchewan River is one of the great rivers of North America. It is part of the Hudson Bay watershed. It flows in Canada east from the Rockies to Lake Winnipeg, and eventually empties into the Hudson Bay. On its journey from the Rockies, th ...

                                               

Aconcagua River

The Aconcagua River is a river that flows from east to west through the Valparaiso region in north central Chile and flows into the Pacific Ocean 20 km north of Valparaiso. Although it has the same name, the Aconcagua river does not starts in the ...

                                               

Lluta River

The Lluta is a river in the Atacama Desert. It is the most northern of the great transversal Chilean rivers that start in the Andes and flow into the Pacific Ocean. It flows through the Arica y Parinacota region. It has a broad estuary near the p ...

                                               

Loa River

The Loa river starts on the Andean mountain slopes at the base of the Miño volcano near the Bolivian border, at an elevation of about 4.277 m 14.032 ft, in the comuna of Ollague, Calama, Antofagasta. The river flows south, for about 150 km 93.2 m ...

                                               

Maipo (river)

The Maipo is a river that flows from east to west through the Santiago Metropolitan and the Valparaiso regions in central Chile. It flows just south ot the national capital, Santiago, and ends in the Pacific Ocean. The Maipo river is one of the m ...

                                               

List of rivers of China

Beijiang Bei 北江. Red River Vietnam 红河, a.k.a. 元江. Pearl River Zhu Jiang 珠江. Han 韩江. Dongjiang Dong 东江. Mekong 湄公河. Mei 梅江. Ning 宁江. Dajing 大靖河. Ting 汀江. Yongjiang Yong 邕江). Yujiang Yu 鬱江. Youjiang You 右江. Zuojiang Z ...

                                               

Li River

The Li River, also called Li Jiang in Chinese, is a river in Guilin Guangxi, China. It is famous for its Karst landscape of mountains and rivers by water cruise.

                                               

Yangtze River

The Yangtze River, or Yangzi, or Chang Jiang, is the longest River in China and Asia, as well as the worlds third longest river. It is honored as one of the two main cradles of Chinese civilization. The river is about 3.900 kilometers long and is ...

                                               

Yellow River

The Yellow River is the second longest river in China and the sixth longest in the world. The river is 5464 km long and it drains at the Bohai Sea, a gulf of the Yellow Sea. The river is often called the "Mother River of China" and "the Cradle of ...

                                               

Orinoco

The Orinoco is a main river in northern South America. It is one of the longest rivers in South America, at 2.140 km. Its drainage basin, sometimes called the Orinoquia, covers 880.000 square kilometres, with 76.3% of it in Venezuela and the rest ...

                                               

Dajabon River

The River Dajabon is a river in the northern side of the Cordillera Central, Dominican Republic. It is 55 km long and flows to the north into the Manzanillo Bay, Atlantic Ocean.

                                               

River Ocoa

The River Ocoa is a river in the southern side of the Cordillera Central, Dominican Republic. It is 68 km long and flows through mountains except near its end in the Caribbean Sea.

                                               

Ozama River

The River Ozama is a river in the eastern part of the Llano Costero del Caribe. Its overall length of 148 km makes it the fourth longest river in the Dominican Republic, and its watershed is the fourth largest of the country. Because large parts ...

                                               

Yaque del Norte River

Yaque del Norte is the longest river in the Dominican Republic, and the second longest river of the Hispaniola island, after the river Artibonite. It is 296 km long and flows to the northwest into the Montecristi Bay, Atlantic Ocean.

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