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Lake Marion (South Carolina)

Lake Marion is the largest lake in South Carolina. It is centrally located. Parts of it are in five different counties. The lake is referred to as South Carolinas inland sea. It has a 315-mile shoreline. It covers almost 110.000 acres of rolling ...

                                               

Mooselookmeguntic Lake

Mooselookmeguntic Lake is a lake in the western part of Maine. It is near the border of New Hampshire and the Canadian province of Quebec. It is inside two counties, Franklin and Oxford. It is part of the Androscoggin River watershed. The lake is ...

                                               

Table Rock Lake

Table Rock Lake is an artificial lake, or reservoir, in The Ozarks of southwestern Missouri and northwestern Arkansas. The lake was made by the construction of Table Rock dam. This 252 foot high impoundment was constructed in 1954-1958 on the Whi ...

                                               

Lake Taneycomo

Lake Taneycomo is a man-made lake or reservoir on the White River in the Ozark Mountains of Taney County, Missouri. The reservoir is named for the county in which it is located: Taney Co unty, MO. It flows through the city of Branson, Missouri. T ...

                                               

Teapot Rock

Teapot Rock is a rock formation in Natrona County, Wyoming. A nearby oil field is named after the rock. The oil field was the focus of a bribery scandal during the administration of Warren G. Harding, the Teapot Dome scandal. The site was listed ...

                                               

Ariel Sharon Park

Ariel Sharon Park is a big public urban park that is planned to be built in the south of the Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area, around some of the floodplains of the Ayalon River. The Azor River and the Kofer River are connected to the river in the park ...

                                               

Yarkon Park

Yarkon Park is a national park in Tel Aviv, Israel. It is also a very big public urban park in the north of the Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area. The park is also called the Joshua Gardens after the 7th mayor of Tel Aviv, Yehoshua Rabinovitz. The park ...

                                               

Bagh-e-Jinnah

Bagh-e-Jinnah is a large park in Lahore, Pakistan. It includes a botanical garden and other popular facilities, which were made during the British Raj. The Gardens were originally named after Sir John Lawrence, who was the first Lieutenant-Govern ...

                                               

Lady Garden Park

The park was established soon after the foundation of Abbotabad town itself January 1853 by Major James Abbott. As distinct from the Company Bagh East India Company Park which was also founded down in the main bazaar for the recreation of "native ...

                                               

Hyde Park, London

Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in central London, England and one of the Royal Parks of London, famous for its Speakers Corner. It is the largest of the four Royal Parks. The park is divided in two by the Serpentine Lake. Hyde Park is 350 ...

                                               

Kensington Gardens

See also Kensington Gardens, South Australia, a suburb of Adelaide, Australia Kensington Gardens, once the private gardens of Kensington Palace, is one of the Royal Parks of London, lying immediately to the west of Hyde Park. Most of it is in the ...

                                               

Richmond Park

Richmond Park is a 955 hectare park in outer London. Originally, it was outside London, in Surrey. It is now in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. The park was created by Charles I in the 17th century as a deer park. It is the largest of ...

                                               

Studley Royal Park

Studley Royal Park is a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site in North Yorkshire, England. It has an area of 323 hectares and features an 18th-century landscaped garden, some of the largest Cistercian ruins in Europe, a Jacobean mansion, and a Vi ...

                                               

Central Park

Central Park is a large public park in Manhattan in New York City. Central Park has about 35.000.000 visitors every year. It is the most visited city park in the United States. The park contains lakes, a castle, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, an ...

                                               

Dealey Plaza

Dealey Plaza is a district in the West End of downtown Dallas, Texas. It is known for being the location where the assassination of John F. Kennedy took place on November 22, 1963. The plaza was named as a National Historic Landmark in 1993. The ...

                                               

English Landing Park

English Landing Park is along the Missouri River in Parkville, Missouri, United States. There is a set of train tracks that runs along the park. It has a jogging / biking trail, several shelters for picnics, a soccer field, a baseball diamond, vo ...

                                               

List of Florida state parks

There are 161 state parks and 10 state trails in the U.S. state of Florida. All the parks together are more than 800.000 acres. People from anywhere can visit them. Between 2012 and 2013, more than 27.000 volunteers worked to make the parks for b ...

                                               

Mill Ends Park

Mill Ends Park is a small urban park. It is located in the median strip of SW Naito Parkway, approaching esplanade along the Willamentte Rivera near SW Taylor Street in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States. The park is a small circle 2 ft acr ...

                                               

National Mall

The National Mall, often just called the Mall, is an open park in the city center Washington, D.C. It has many museums, like the Smithsonian and the National Gallery of Art. It is found between the United States Capitol and the Washington Monumen ...

                                               

Rice Park, Saint Paul, Minnesota

Before it became a park, Rice Park was used as an open space to dry laundry and graze animals. The land was eventually made into a "public square" in 1849 by John R. Irvine, a territorial pioneer and Henry M. Rice, territorial delegate and United ...

                                               

Shawnee Park

Shawnee Park is a park in Louisville, Kentucky. It was created by Frederick Law Olmsted, who made 18 of the citys 123 public parks. Along with the rest of the citys Olmsted-designed park system, Shawnee Park was added to the National Register of ...

                                               

Lubeck

The title of this article contains the character u. Where it is unavailable or not wanted, the name may be written as Luebeck. Lubeck is a city in the North of Germany, in the state of Schleswig-Holstein. It has about 210.000 inhabitants and a un ...

                                               

Ashdod

Ashdod is the sixth-largest city in Israel. Ashdod is Israels largest port, since about 60% of the countrys imported goods come through the city.

                                               

Tel Aviv Port

Tel Aviv Port was an old port in Tel Aviv, Israel. It was used between the years 1938 and 1965. It was next to the mouth of the Yarkon River. After it closed in 1965, it was moved to Ashdod Port and became a warehouse area. In the 2000s, it was r ...

                                               

Kaohsiung City

Kaohsiung City is the third largest city of Taiwan, after New Taipei City and Taichung City, and the main city in Southern Taiwan.

                                               

Keelung City

Keelung, officially known as Keelung City, is a provincial city of Taiwan Province, Republic of China. It is in the northeastern part of the island. It is next to Taipei County. Nicknamed the Rainy Port for its frequent rain and maritime role, th ...

                                               

City of Sunderland

The City of Sunderland is a metropolitan borough in Tyne and Wear, in North East England. Since 1992 it has had the status of a city and metropolitan borough. It is named after its largest settlement, Sunderland, but covers a far larger area whic ...

                                               

Bristol

It is between the counties of Gloucestershire and Somerset. In 1373, King Edward III ordered that it should be a county itself forever. However, it lost county status in 1974, the year after its 600-year celebrations. It became the largest distri ...

                                               

Liverpool

Liverpool is a city in North West England, United Kingdom with a population of about 485.000 in 2015. It is part of the Liverpool-Birkenhead metropolitan area, the fifth-largest metropolitan area in the UK. The local government is Liverpool City ...

                                               

Great Artesian Basin

The Great Artesian Basin in Australia is the largest and deepest aquifer in the world. It stretches over 1.711.000 square kilometres, which is 22% of the surface area of Australia. This includes most of Queensland, the south-east corner of the No ...

                                               

Western Desert cultural bloc

The Western Desert cultural bloc or just Western Desert is a cultural region in Australia covering about 600 000 square kilometres, including the Gibson Desert, the Great Victoria Desert, the Great Sandy Desert and Little Sandy Deserts in the Nor ...

                                               

North Tyrol

North Tyrol, or North Tirol is the main part of the Austrian state of Tyrol, located in the western part of the country. The other part of the state is East Tyrol, which also belongs to Austria, but does not share a border with North Tyrol. Besid ...

                                               

Salzkammergut

The Salzkammergut is a resort area in Austria. It goes from City of Salzburg to the Dachstein mountain range. The main river of the region is the Traun. The name Salzkammergut means "Estate of the Salt Chamber". This is from the Imperial Salt Cha ...

                                               

Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic

The Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic is a landlocked exclave of Azerbaijan. The region covers 5.500 km². It borders Armenia to the east and north, Iran to the south and west, and Turkey to the northwest. Nakhchivan has a long history dating back to ...

                                               

Gomel Region

Homiel Voblast or Gomel Oblast is a province of Belarus. Its administrative center is Homyel. Important cities in the voblast include: Gomel, Mazyr, Zhlobin, Svetlahorsk, Rechytsia, Kalinkavichy, Rahachow, Dobrush Homiel Province and Mahilyow Vob ...

                                               

Grodno Region

Grodno / Hrodna Region is a voblast in northwestern Belarus. The capital Grodno is the biggest city of the province. It is on the Neman River. Two castles from the 14th - 18th centuries are on the steep right bank of the Nemen. Many say this city ...

                                               

Minsk Region

Minsk Voblasc or Minsk Oblast is a province of Belarus. The administrative center is Minsk. As of 2019, the voblasts population is 1.503.000, which has 15.3% of the national total. In the northern part of the oblast is the Lake Narach, the larges ...

                                               

Mogilev Region

Mogilev Region, also Mahilyow Voblasts or Mogilyov Oblast is a province of Belarus. The administrative center is Mogilyov. Mogilev and Homyel Voblasts suffered severely after the Chernobyl nuclear radioactive reactor catastrophe in April 1986. Im ...

                                               

German-speaking Community of Belgium

The German-speaking Community of Belgium is one of the three federal communities in Belgium. It is the main part of the so-called East Cantons of Belgium. It has an area of 854 km 2, and a population of over 73.000, of which almost 100% are Germa ...

                                               

Regions of Brazil

Brazil is currently divided into five regions by the Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatistica. These divisions are composed of states with similar cultural, economical, historical and social aspects, and, although information given by this ...

                                               

North Region of Brazil

The North Region of Brazil is one of the five geographical subdivisions of Brazil. It is the largest region, corresponding to 45.27% of the national territory but is the least inhabited region of the country and the lowest population density.

                                               

Northeast Region of Brazil

The Northeast Region of Brazil is one of the five geographical regions of Brazil defined by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics in 1969. It is the third largest region, corresponding to 18% of the national territory, and the secon ...

                                               

South Region of Brazil

The South Region of Brazil is one of the five geographical regions of Brazil defined by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics in 1969. It includes the states of Parana, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul.

                                               

Adamawa Region

The Adamawa Region is a region of Cameroon. The capital city is Ngaoundere. The Gotel and Mambila Mountains are at the border with Nigeria. Rivers include the Faro River, Mbere River, and Lom River. The Adamawa has two national reserves. The firs ...

                                               

Centre Region (Cameroon)

The Centre Region is a region in Cameroon. The capital city is Yaounde, which is also the national capital. The Sanaga River is the most important river in the region. Other rivers are the Djerem, Lom, and Nyong. The Mfou Reserve protects various ...

                                               

East Region (Cameroon)

The East Region is a region in Cameroon. The capital city is Bertoua. The region has several river systems: the Nyong, the Dja, the Lom, the Kadeï, the Boumba, the Sangha and Ngoko. The lower two thirds of the region is covered in rain forest. Th ...

                                               

Far North Region (Cameroon)

The Far North Region is a region in Cameroon. The capital city is Maroua. Over 50 different ethnic groups live in the area, including the Shuwa Arabs, Fulani, and Kapsiki. The Chari River and Logone River form the border with Chad. Other rivers i ...

                                               

North Region (Cameroon)

The North Region is a region in Cameroon. The capital city is Garoua. Garoua is Cameroons third largest port. The Benoue River is the primary waterway. The Lagdo Reservoir is formed by a dam at Lagdo. The Benoue National Park protects 1.800 squar ...

                                               

National Capital Region (Canada)

The National Capital Region is an official Federal name for the Canadian capital of Ottawa, Ontario, and neighbouring Gatineau, Quebec, and the area near them. The National Capital Region has an area of 5.319 square kilometres that straddles the ...

                                               

Pacific Northwest

The Pacific Northwest, also referred to as Cascadia, is a region on the west coast of North America. It refers to the northwestern corner of the United States and the southwestern part of Canada. The U.S. states of Washington, Idaho, western Mont ...

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