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Monomoy Shoals

Monomoy Shoals is a set of shoals off Monomoy Point. It lies in the Atlantic Ocean just outside Nantucket Sound. Constituent name schools include: Little Round Shoal. (Маленькие Круглые Шол) Handkerchief Shoal. (Платок Шол) Bearse Shoal. (Шол Bea ...

                                               

Maplin Sands

The Maplin Sands are mudflats on the northern bank of the Thames estuary, off Foulness Island, near Southend-on-Sea in Essex, England, though they actually lie within the neighbouring borough of Rochford. They form a part of the Essex Estuaries S ...

                                               

Aramoana

Aramoana is a small coastal settlement, 27 kilometres north of Dunedin city, in the South Island of New Zealand. The settlements permanent population in 2001 Census was 261. Supplementing this are seasonal visitors from the city who occupy cribs. ...

                                               

Tiwai Point

Tiwai Point lies at the entrance to Bluff Harbour on the southern coast of the South Island of New Zealand. A spit which extends from the western end of the Awarua Plain, it lies between Awarua Bay to the north and Foveaux Strait to the south. It ...

                                               

Kosa Dvukh Pilotov Island

Kosa Dvukh Pilotov Island is a long and narrow island in the Chukchi Sea. It is located along the coast of the Chukotka Peninsula in the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug. This island is situated at 52.5 km 32.6 miles in length, but in width only 1 km 0. ...

                                               

Clatsop Spit

Clatsop Spit is a giant sand spit on the Pacific coast along U.S. Route 101 between Astoria and the north end of Tillamook Head in Clatsop County, northwest Oregon at the mouth of the Columbia River. The Clatsop Spit was formed by Columbia River ...

                                               

Deveaux Bank, South Carolina

Deveaux Bank is a horseshoe-shaped sand spit island encompassing a 215-acre bird sanctuary at the mouth of the North Edisto River in Charleston County, South Carolina. It is located on the Atlantic Coast between Edisto Island, South Carolina and ...

                                               

Dungeness Spit

Dungeness Spit is a 6.8-mile long sand spit jutting out from the northern edge of the Olympic Peninsula in northeastern Clallam County, Washington, USA, into the Strait of Juan de Fuca. It is the longest natural sand spit in the United States. Th ...

                                               

Ediz Hook

Ediz Hook is a 3-mile-long sand spit that extends from northern shore of the Olympic Peninsula at Port Angeles in northcentral Clallam County, Washington, USA, northeasterly into the Strait of Juan de Fuca, located about 15-mile west of the large ...

                                               

Fenwick Island (Delaware–Maryland)

Fenwick Island is a barrier island along the Atlantic Ocean in Delaware and Maryland in the United States. It contains the communities of South Bethany and Fenwick Island in Delaware along with Ocean City, Maryland. Until 1933, it was attached to ...

                                               

Homer Spit

The Homer Spit is a geographical landmark located in Homer, Alaska on the southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula. The spit is a 4.5-mile long piece of land jutting out into Kachemak Bay. The spit is also home to the Homer Boat Harbor. The harbor con ...

                                               

Island Beach (barrier island)

Island Beach is a barrier spit located on the Jersey Shore of the Atlantic Ocean in Ocean County, New Jersey. Since the closing of Cranberry Inlet about 1812, it has been joined physically to Squan Beach, and is a major component of the Barnegat ...

                                               

Matagorda Peninsula

The Matagorda Peninsula) is a narrow spit of land on the southeastern coast of Texas in the United States. The Peninsula is in Matagorda County, Texas. It lies between Matagorda Bay, an estuary, and the Gulf of Mexico, and water is exchanged betw ...

                                               

Napatree Point

Napatree Point in Rhode Island, often referred to simply as Napatree, is a long sandy spit created by a geologic process called longshore drift. Up until the Hurricane of 1938, Napatree was sickle-shaped and included a 1.5-mile long northern exte ...

                                               

Poverty Beach

Poverty Beach or Sewell Point is a barrier spit, approximately 2.5 miles in length entirely within the City of Cape May, along the Atlantic Ocean coast of eastern New Jersey in the United States. It is the southernmost barrier island in New Jersey.

                                               

Sandy Hook

Sandy Hook is a barrier spit in Middletown Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. The barrier spit, approximately 6 miles in length and varying from 0.1 to 1.0 mile wide, is located at the north end of the Jersey Shore. It encloses ...

                                               

Squan Beach

Squan Beach is the historic name of a barrier spit located on the Jersey Shore of the Atlantic Ocean in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States. Since the closing of Cranberry Inlet around 1812, it has been joined physically to Island Beach, and ...

                                               

Wardells Beach

Wardells Beach is the historic name of a barrier spit located on the Jersey Shore of the Atlantic Ocean in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. It takes its name from Eliakim Wardell, an early owner, and his descendants. Since the 19th cen ...

                                               

Willoughby Spit

Willoughby Spit is a peninsula of land in the independent city of Norfolk, Virginia in the United States. It is bordered by water on three sides: the Chesapeake Bay to the north, Hampton Roads to the west, and Willoughby Bay to the south.

                                               

Alishang

Alishang is a village, river and a fertile valley of Laghman Province, and also the district headquarters of Mihtarlam District, in eastern Afghanistan. It lies about 40 km northwest of Jalalabad. The fertile valleys of Alishang river, which is d ...

                                               

Andarab

Andarab is the name of a large stream in Afghanistan and of the valley it empties into. The stream which originates in the Hindu Kush, near Khawak pass, and flows West for about 75 miles before merging with Serab.

                                               

Great Pamir

The Great Pamir or Big Pamir is a broad U-shaped grassy valley or pamir in the eastern part of the Wakhan in north-eastern Afghanistan and the adjacent part of Tajikistan, in the Pamir Mountains. The valley is 60 km long, and is bounded to the no ...

                                               

Little Pamir

The Little Pamir is a broad U-shaped grassy valley or pamir in the eastern part of the Wakhan in north-eastern Afghanistan. The valley is 100 km long and 10 km wide, and is bounded to the north by the Nicholas Range, a subrange of the Pamir Mount ...

                                               

Shighnan

Shighnan is an historic region whose name today may also refer to a town and a district in Badakhshan Province in the mountainous northeast of Afghanistan and also a district in Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province in Tajikistan. The administrati ...

                                               

Carbajal Valley

The Carbajal Valley is a valley in the Fuegian Andes of southern Tierra del Fuego Province, Argentina. The Carbajal valley is approximately 20 kilometres long, running west to east, between the Alvear mountain range to the north and the Vinciguer ...

                                               

Valle de Traslasierra

Traslasierra Valley is a natural geographic region of the province of Cordoba, Argentina, located west of the Sierras Grandes and east of the Sierras Occidentales. The tourist capital is the city of Mina Clavero and the most important commercial ...

                                               

Glenworth Valley

Glenworth Valley is in the Central Coast region to the north of the Hawkesbury River itself 50 km to the north of the city of Sydney, Australia. Popran Creek flows through the valley which includes parts of the suburbs of Glenworth Valley and Mou ...

                                               

Latrobe Valley

The Latrobe Valley is an inland geographical district and urban area of the Gippsland region in the state of Victoria, Australia. The traditional owners are the Brayakaulung of the Gunai nation. The district lies east of the Melbourne and nestled ...

                                               

Valleys of Bhutan

The valleys of Bhutan are carved into the Himalaya by Bhutans rivers, fed by glacial melt and monsoon rains. As Bhutan is landlocked in the mountainous eastern Himalaya, much of its population is concentrated in valleys and lowlands, separated by ...

                                               

Phobjikha Valley

The Phobjikha Valley ཕོབ་སྦྱིས་ཁ is a vast U-shaped glacial valley, also known as Gangteng Valley named after the impressive Gangteng Monastery of the Nyingma sect in central Bhutan, where the graceful black-necked cranes in Bhutan from the Tibet ...

                                               

Valle de la Luna (Bolivia)

Valle de la Luna is situated about 10 kilometers from downtown La Paz, in the Pedro Domingo Murillo Province, La Paz Department, Bolivia. It consists of an area where erosion has worn away the majority of a mountain, composed primarily of clay ra ...

                                               

Laurentian Channel

The Laurentian Channel is a deep submarine valley off the coast of eastern Canada in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. The channel is of glacial origin and is the submerged valley of the historic St. Lawrence river, runs 1.400 kilometers 870 miles from ...

                                               

Cochamo Valley

Cochamo Valley granite walls. A developing eco-tourism location for serious hikers with trails ranging from easy to challenging, and a myriad of rare bird and plant life, and a stunning landscape. Five kilometers from the village of Cochamo is a ...

                                               

Heizhu Valley

Heizhu Valley is a popular tourist attraction, located in Sichuan Province, southwest China. It occupies about 180 km 2, bridging the Sichuan Basin and West Sichuan Plateau. The tourist business is maintained by Sichuan Heizhu Group Tourist Devel ...

                                               

Aburra Valley

Aburra Valley, is the natural basin of the Medellin River and one of the most populous valleys of Colombia in its Andean Region with near 4 million inhabitants in its biggest urban agglomeration: The Metropolitan Area of the Aburra Valley. The va ...

                                               

Cedar Valley (Cyprus)

Cedar Valley is a valley in the Troodos Mountains of central Cyprus. It lies on the southern slopes of Mount Tripylos. The valley is mainly known as a site of the Cyprus cedar, Cedrus brevifolia. The valley has been designated a Natura 2000 site.

                                               

Zemska brana

Zemska brana is a popular tourist destination in the Orlicke Mountains at the place where the river Divoka Orlice breaks through rocks into Bohemia. It is a rocky valley carved by the river, offering a remarkable environment of forests. At the be ...

                                               

Ekkodalen

Ekkodalen on Bornholm is Denmarks longest rift. It stretches 12 km from Vallensgård Mose through Almindingen, Flæskedal, Klovedal and Kelseådal to Saltuna on Bornholms northeast coast.

                                               

Vejle River

Vejle River is an approximately 32-kilometre-long river in Vejle Municipality in Denmark. Its source is Engelsholm Lake near the village of Norup. It first runs south to converge with the Egtved River near the village of Egtved, then flows northe ...

                                               

Aspe Valley

It is one of the three valleys located in the historic region of upper Bearn, along with the Ossau Valley to the east and Baretous Valley to the west. The valley of Aspe stretches for 25 miles along the river Gave dAspe, roughly going from the to ...

                                               

Lavedan

The Lavedan, or occasionally vallees des Gaves, denotes a mountainous natural region of France, located at the heart of the Pyrenees, and forms a group of valleys upstream of Lourdes. In Lavedan is historically part of the province of Gascony and ...

                                               

Oisans

L Oisans is a region in the French Alps, located in the departements of lIsere and Hautes-Alpes, and corresponding to the drainage basin of the River Romanche and its tributaries. Between Livet-et-Gavet and Le Bourg-dOisans, the Romanche forms a ...

                                               

Ossau Valley

18 communes belong to the Valley: Arudy, Aste-Beon, Beost, Bescat, Bielle, Bilheres, Buzy, Castet, Eaux-Bonnes, Gere-Belesten, Izeste, Laruns, Louvie-Juzon, Louvie-Soubiron, Lys, Rebenacq, Sainte-Colome and Sevignacq-Meyracq.

                                               

Queyras

The Queyras is a valley located in the French Hautes-Alpes, of which the geographical extent is the basin of the river Guil, a tributary of the Durance. The Queyras is one of the oldest mountain ranges of the Alps, and it was one of the last ones ...

                                               

Ubaye Valley

The Ubaye Valley is an area in the Alpes de Haute-Provence departement, in the French Alps, having approximately 7.700 residents. Its residents are called Ubayens. Its principal town is the sous-prefecture of Barcelonnette.

                                               

Val dEnfer

Val dEnfer, is a valley cut into the rock by water erosion. It is located near the village of Les Baux-de-Provence in Provence south eastern France and it takes its name from the strangeness of its white limestone rock formations.

                                               

Val de Dagne

The Val de Dagne is a valley to the south east of Carcassonne in the department of Aude in South West France. It forms a fiscal area of the Carcassonne arrondissement in Aude.

                                               

Vallee dAure

The vallee dAure is part of the pays dAure, of which the historical capital is Arreau. In Valle d here has the particularity of utilization of wonderful minerals like byssolite, tremolite or prehnite.

                                               

Vallee de la Claree

The Vallee de la Claree is a scenic valley in the French Alps near to Montgenevre, Briançon and the French-Italian border. The Claree river runs through the valley. On the other side of the mountains are part of the massif des Cerces. In the West ...

                                               

Vallee Verte

The Vallee Verte is a valley in the Chablais Alps, about 15 kilometres south of Thonon-les-Bains in the Haute-Savoie area of France. The river Menoge flows through it. It has as south-southwest orientation and a length of about 20 kilometres. Man ...