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Tiber River

The Tiber is the third-longest river in Italy, rising in the Apennine Mountains in Emilia-Romagna and flowing mainly through Umbria and Lazio to the Tyrrhenian Sea, between Ostia and Fiumicino. The river is well-known because the city of Rome was ...

                                               

Tirso (river)

The Tirso is the most important river of Sardinia for its length ad the size of its drainage basin. It starts on the mountains of the centre of the island and ends in the Mediterranean Sea.

                                               

Velino

The Velino is a river in central Italy that flows through the Lazio and Umbria regions but flows mainly through the Lazio region. It is the main tributary of the Nera river which is tributary of the Tiber river.

                                               

Vipava (river)

The Vipava, Vipacco or Vipau is a river that flows through western Slovenia and northeastern Italy. The Battle of the Frigidus was fought in 394 near the river, which was named Frigidus cold by the Romans.

                                               

Agano River

The Agano River is a river which flows from Fukushima Prefecture to Niigata Prefecture in Japan. It is called the Aga River or the Ōkawa River in Fukushima. It is 210 km long with 7.710 km² watershed. In 1927, the Agano River was recognized as on ...

                                               

Sumida River

The Sumida runs through Tokyo for 27 kilometers. There are 26 bridges across the river, including Ryōgoku Bridge Ryōgoku-bashi. Nihon bridge Nihon-bashi. Eitai Bridge. Senju Bridge. Sakura Bridge. Kototoi Bridge. Azuma Bridge. Komagata Bridge. Um ...

                                               

Alzette

The Alzette is a river in France and Luxembourg. It is a right tributary of the Sauer river, and so it is part of the drainage basin of the Rhine river. The Alzette river is sung in Ons Heemecht, the national anthem of Luxembourg.

                                               

Rio Alseseca

The Alseseca River is a short river in the interior part of Mexico. It is in the state of Tlaxcala. The Alseseca runs through the city of Puebla de Zaragoza. It is one of the many rivers that come from the dormant volcano La Malinche. The Alsesec ...

                                               

Santa Cruz River

The Santa Cruz River is a river in southern Arizona, United States, and northern Sonora, Mexico. The Santa Cruz has its headwaters in the high intermontane grasslands of the San Rafael Valley to the east of Patagonia between the Canelo Hills to t ...

                                               

Yaqui River

The Yaqui River is a river in the state of Sonora in northwest Mexico. It is the largest river system in the state of Sonora. The Yaqui river is used for irrigation. It is about 320km 200mi in length, the Yaqui flows south and southwest to empty ...

                                               

Irrawaddy River

The Irrawaddy River or Ayeyarwady River is a river that flows from north to south through Myanmar. It is the countrys largest river and most important commercial waterway. It begins where the Nmai and Mali rivers join together. The river ends at ...

                                               

Rotte (river)

The Rotte is a river in the Dutch province Zuid Holland. The city of Rotterdam is named after this river, Rotterdam means dam of the Rotte, Rotterdam is founded when a dam was built in the Rotte. Original, the river was named Rotta, based on the ...

                                               

Gilgit River

The Gilgit River is a tributary of the Indus River, and flows past the town of Gilgit. It is in the Northern Areas of disputed Kashmir, Pakistan.

                                               

Hub River

Hub River is a river found in Lasbela, Balochistan, Pakistan. It forms the provincial boundary between Sindh and Balochistan, west of Karachi. Hub Dam is a large water storage reservoir constructed in 1981 on the Hub River in the arid plains nort ...

                                               

Hunza River

Hunza River is the main river in Hunza, in the Northern Areas of Pakistan. It is formed by the confluence of the Khunjerab River, Gujerab River, Misgar River, Chapursan River and Shimshal River. These rivers are fed by glaciers. After flowing to ...

                                               

Indus River

The Indus River is the greatest river on the western side of the south Asian subcontinent. It is one of the seven sacred rivers for Hindus. It was the birthplace of the early Indus Valley civilization. It flows through China, India and Pakistan. ...

                                               

Kori Creek

The Kori Creek is a tidal creek and maritime Border dispute between the Kutch region of the Indian state of Gujarat and the Kachchhi region of the Pakistani province of Sindh. It is in the Rann of Kutch marshland east of the Sir Creek, which is d ...

                                               

Panjnad River

Panjnad River is a river in Punjab, Pakistan. Panjnad River is formed by successive confluence of the five rivers of Punjab, namely Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Beas and Sutlej. Jhelum and Ravi join Chenab, Beas joins Sutlej, and then Sutlej and Chenab ...

                                               

Ravi River

The Ravi River, (Sanskrit: रवि, Punjabi: ਰਾਵੀ, is a river in Kashmir and Pakistan. It is one of the five rivers which give Punjab its name. It is also one of the major five rivers / tributaries of Indus. The Ravi was known as Parushani or Iravati ...

                                               

Soan River

The Soan River is a river in Punjab, Pakistan. It is the most important stream of the Pothohar region. It drains much of the water of Pothohar. It also forms the northern border of Bannu District. The river starts near a small village Bun in the ...

                                               

Warta

The Warta is a river in western-central Poland. It is a tributary of the Oder river. It is about 808 kilometres long. The Warta is Polands third longest river. Its river basin is 54.529 square kilometres. It is connected to the Vistula by the riv ...

                                               

Hadejia River

The Hadejia River is a river in northern Nigeria and is a part of the Yobe River. The river flows through Hadejia and Nguru. Water from the river has been held back in a process called damming for the purposes of irrigation. This has reduced the ...

                                               

Ogun River

The Ogun River is a waterway in Nigeria that discharges into the Lagos Lagoon. The river starts in Oyo State near Shaki and flows through Ogun State into Lagos State. The river is crossed by the Ikere Gorge Dam in the Iseyin local government area ...

                                               

Sokoto River

The Sokoto River is a river in north-west Nigeria. It flows from River Niger. The river start from near Funtua in the south of Katsina State, some 275 kilometres in a straight line from Sokoto. It flows north-west passing Gusau in Zamfara State, ...

                                               

Dambovita River

The Dambovita River is a river in Romania. It starts at the joining of the headwaters Valea Vladului and Boarcasu. The source of the river is in the Fagaras Mountains, and it flows south. It passes through Bucharest and flows into the Arges River ...

                                               

Olt River

The Olt River is a river in Romania. It flows in the Romanian counties Harghita, Covasna, Brasov, Sibiu, Valcea and Olt. The river was known as Alutus or Aluta in Roman times.

                                               

Timis River

The Timis or Tamis is a 359 kilometer long river coming up from the Semenic Mountains, the southern part Carpathian Mountains, in Caras-Severin County, Romania. It flows through the Banat region and into the Danube near Pancevo, in the northern p ...

                                               

Don River (Russia)

The Don is one of the major rivers of Russia. It rises in the town of Novomoskovsk 60 km southeast from Tula, southeast of Moscow, and flows for a distance of about 1.870 km to the Sea of Azov. From its source, the river first flows southeast to ...

                                               

Lena River

The Lena River is a river in Siberia, flowing into the Arctic Ocean. With a length of 2.779 miles, it is the 10th longest river in the world. With a watershed size of 965.255 square miles, it has the 9th largest watershed. The Lena begins in the ...

                                               

Ob River

The Ob is a river in Siberia. Together with the Lena and the Jenissei, it is one of the most important rivers of Siberia. Depending upon how its length is measured, it can be between 3.650 km and 6.210 km long. Some important cities on the banks ...

                                               

Yenisei

The Yenisei is a river in Siberia. It belongs to the greatest river system that flows into the Arctic Ocean. The Yenisei is the fifth-longest river in the world. It is a little shorter than the Mississippi River, but with 1.5 times the flow. It c ...

                                               

Idrijca

The Idrijca is a river in western Slovenia that flows through the Idrija Hills and Cerkno Hills. It is a tributary of the Soca river. The area of the upper Idrijca, from its source to the town of Idrijca a distance of about 30 km, is part of the ...

                                               

Aragon (river)

The Aragon River is a river in northern Spain, one of the left-hand tributaries of the river Ebro. The river gave its name to the historic Kingdom of Aragon and, then, to the modern Autonomous Community of Aragon.

                                               

Rambla de las Ovejas

The Rambla de las Ovejas is a water course of the province of Alicante, in Spain. It originates at the foot of the Maigmo, to 1.100 meters of height and gathers the waters of the sides of the Maigmo, Cid and others of minor height across numerous ...

                                               

Linth

The Linth is a Swiss river that starts near the village of Linthal in the mountains of the canton of Glarus, and flows into the Obersee section of Lake Zurich. It is about 50 kilometres long. The textile industry of the canton of Glarus he starte ...

                                               

Saigon River

The Saigon River is a river in Vietnam. It begins at Lake Dau Tieng near the country of Cambodia. The river flows south and south-southeast for about 150 kilometres 93 mi. Most of the rivers in the Mekong Delta region have a water-table and canal ...

                                               

Maipo (volcano)

Maipo is a stratovolcano in the Andes, lying on the border between Argentina and Chile. It is located 90 km south of Tupungato, one of the highest mountains in the Americas, and about 100 km southeast of Santiago.

                                               

Monte Fitz Roy

Monte Fitz Roy is a mountain in the border between Argentina and Chile that is located near the village of El Chalten that is in Argentina. 49°17′S 73°05′W. It is in the Southern Patagonian Ice Field in Patagonia. The mountain is 3375 metre high. ...

                                               

Tanami Desert

The Tanami Desert is a desert in the Northern Territory of Australia. It is rocky with small hills, an arid and isolated area that was not fully explored until well into the twentieth century. It is crossed by the Tanami Track. The explorer John ...

                                               

Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island is a territory of Australia. It is in the South Pacific Ocean between Australia, New Zealand, and New Caledonia. It was one of the first British settlements in the Pacific. Twice it was used as a penal colony. People from Pitcairn ...

                                               

Mount Stromlo

Mount Stromlo is west of the centre of Canberra, Australia, near the district of Weston Creek. It is about 751 m above sea level and 200 m above the surrounding plains. The Mount Stromlo Observatory is on the top of the mountain. Canberras main w ...

                                               

Allgau Alps

The Allgau Alps are a mountain range in the Northern Limestone Alps. They are located in Bavaria in Germany, and Tyrol and Vorarlberg in Austria. The range is directly east of Lake Constance. There are relatively high levels of rain and it is the ...

                                               

Bretterspitze

The Bretterspitze is a mountain in Tyrol, Austria. It is part of the Hornbach chain in the Allgau Alps. The mountain is 2.608 metres high. It is next to the Gliegerkarspitze to the west and the Urbeleskarspitze to the northeast. The summit of the ...

                                               

Daniel (mountain)

Daniel is the highest peak of the Ammergau Alps. It is 2.340 metres above sea level. It is in Tyrol, Austria above the villages Ehrwald and Leermoos. It is near two other peaks, Upsspitze and Hochschrutte.

                                               

Marchspitze

The Marchspitze is a mountain in the Allgau Alps. It is made of Dolomite and is part of the Hornbach chain. The mountain is 2.609 metres high. It is in Tyrol, Austria, 1.5 kilometres east of the GroSer Krottenkopf. It is a hard climb and therefor ...

                                               

Noppenspitze

The Noppenspitze is a rocky mountain in the Allgau Alps. It is 2.594 metres high and made of Dolomite. It is in the central part of the Hornbach chain. The Noppenspitze was first climbed on 16 August 1890 by Antony Spiehler and his guide, Johann ...

                                               

Steinschartenkopf

The Steinschartenkopf is a 2.615 metres high mountain in the Allgau Alps. It is north of the Hohes Licht, in Tyrol, Austria. It is the sixth tallest mountain in the Allgau Alps. The popular Heilbronn Way runs over the summit. It is the highest po ...

                                               

Urbeleskarspitze

The Urbeleskarspitze is a mountain in the Allgau Alps. It is 2.632 metres tall. It is in the state of Tyrol, Austria. It is the fifth tallest mountain in the Allgau Alps. It is also the second tallest mountain of the Hornbach chain. It is located ...

                                               

Kitzbuhel

Kitzbuhel is a small medieval town in Tyrol, Austria. It is the administrative center of the Kitzbuhel district. About 8.000 people are living there. It is in the Kitzbuhel Alps along the river Kitzbuheler Ache and about 100 km 62 mi east of the ...

                                               

Nagorno-Karabakh

Nagorno-Karabakh historically is a region in the South Caucasus controlled by Armenia. The names for the region in the different local languages all translate to "mountainous Karabakh", or "mountainous black garden". The word "nagorno" is Russian ...

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