The Bow River, in the Flood of '05. This river swelled to enormous sizes during early Summer near and in Calgary due to immense rains. It does, however, make for some cool water effects in all the rushing nature. It practically made the Bow River a lake in some areas behind the Beaver Dam.
The Turcek Water Reservoir is situated on river Turiec – a tributary of river Vah upstream of Turcek municipality. It is the main objective of the reservoir to provide for service of drinking water to the districts of Ziar nad Hronom (river Hron basin) and Prievidza (river Nitra basin). Since the reservoir is situated in the river Vah basin, under this arrangement water is transferred to two ot...
This is Port Noarlunga Beach, South Australia. The jetty going off of it goes to a long,rare, temperate climate reef. The river just south of it is Onkaparinga River (aboriginal for woman's river). However the reef is the state's first aquatic reserve and the river is the state's longest national park.
You can see Dawson City on the bank of the Yukon River, where gold-rushers rushed in 1898.
The river joining the Yukon from the east is the famous Klondyke River. Along the river you can spot huge "scars" made by big, floating gold dredges.
Originating in the Hijaz Mountains near Medina, the ancient waterway, currently concealed beneath sand dunes, runs northeast to Kuwait. Dubbed the Kuwait River by its modern discoverer, Farouk El-Baz from Boston University, it once joined the Tigris and Euphrates at the head of the Persian Gulf. Then because of climate changes, it dried up, sometime between 3500-2000 B. C.
Around 6000 to...
Springs of the Danube river andn the confluence in Donaueschingen. The Danube is 2888 km long if you go from the river Breg and 2845 km if you go from Donaueschingen. It ends at the Black Sea. see another file on GEH.
The River Man is a floating sculpture located in Cordova, Spain and was made by the sculptors Rafael Cornejo and Francisco Marks. The sculture is made of cork. On April 18th in 2006 it was placed in the river Guadalquivir and anchored to the bottom to avoid the drift.
One week after its appearance, the sculpture came off its anchorages and was running aground. It's sculptors deci...
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