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Nagara River

The Nagara River has its source in the city of Gujō, Gifu Prefecture, and its mouth in the city of Kuwana, Mie Prefecture, Japan. Along with the Kiso River and Ibi River, the Nagara River is one of the Kiso Three Rivers of the Nōbi Plain. Previou ...

                                               

Nameri River (Kanagawa)

The Nameri River is a river that goes from the Asaina Pass in northern Kamakura, Kanagawa to the beach in Yuigahama, for a total length of about 8 km. Although Yuigahama is in fact the name of the entire 3.2 km beach that goes from Inamuragasaki ...

                                               

Sagami River

The Sagami River is a river in Kanagawa and Yamanashi Prefectures on the island of Honshū, Japan. The upper reaches of the river in Yamanashi prefecture are also sometimes known as the Katsura River 桂川, Katsuragawa, and the portion near the riv ...

                                               

Sarugaishi River

The Sarugaishi River is a river in Iwate Prefecture, Japan. The Sarugaishi River rises in the Kitakami Mountains just south of Mt. Yakushi in Tōno and empties into the Kitakami River in Hanamaki. The Tase Dam is situated on the Sarugaishi River, ...

                                               

Sendai River

The Sendai River is a river in eastern Tottori Prefecture, Japan. The Sendai is 52 kilometers in length and has a drainage area of 1.190 square kilometers. The source of the river is in the Chūgoku Mountains. The Sendai flows north through Tottor ...

                                               

Shinmachi River

The Shinmachi River is a river found in the heart of Tokushima City in Tokushima Prefecture. It has the Suketō River, Tamiya River, Sako River, and Sumiyoshijima River as its tributaries. At current, the non-profit organization Shinmachi Preserva ...

                                               

Shō River

The Shō River has its source in Mount Eboshi in the Shōkawa-chō area of Takayama, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. After flowing for 115 km through the northern part of Gifu Prefecture and the western part of Toyama Prefecture, it empties into Toyama Bay.

                                               

Suketō River

It starts on the western side of Hyōtan-jima where the Shinmachi River hits the Mitsuai Bridge and runs around to meet the river again to the east. The river passes through the Maegawa, Suketō, Fukushima, and Hyōtan-jima districts, as well as sev ...

                                               

Takahashi River

The Takahashi River is a Class A major river in the western part of Okayama Prefecture. It acts as the main drainage for the Takahashi River Drainage System, and is one of the three main drainage rivers in Okayama Prefecture.

                                               

Takano River

The Takano River is located in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. The Kamo River and Takano River join on the Tadasu River Banks Jp., Tadasu-gawara 糺河原. There is the "River Confluence" shrine of Shimogamo Shrine, leading to the forested area called Tada ...

                                               

Tsuru River

Tsuru River originates in conifer wood of the Kosuge village but soon crosses the border with the Uenohara municipality area. It follows generally southeast and southly course to exit into the Sagami River at the Uenohara town. Except for the are ...

                                               

Waga River

The Waga River is a river in Iwate Prefecture, Japan. From its headwaters near Mt. Waga in the Ōu Mountains it flows from north to south through the entire length of Nishiwaga Town before turning east through Kitakami City. The River enters the K ...

                                               

Yodo River

The Yodo River, also called the Seta River and the Uji River at portions of its route, is the principal river in Osaka Prefecture on Honshū, Japan. The source of the river is Lake Biwa in Shiga Prefecture to the north. The Yodo River, usually cal ...

                                               

Gōnokawa River

                                               

Ōta River

                                               

Wadi Sabra (river)

Wadi Sabra, is a canyon wadi in Jordan noted for its ruins. The Wadi has several unexcavated tombs and houses. There is also ruins of a theater, a Nabataean sanctuary and Bronze Age petroglyphs along its walls. The Wadi is 8 kilometers south of P ...

                                               

Bolshoy Uzen River

The Bolshoy Uzen is a river in Saratov Oblast of Russia and West Kazakhstan Province of Kazakhstan. It is 650 kilometres long, with a drainage basin of 15.600 square kilometres. The Bolshoy Uzen has its sources on the western edge of the Obshchy ...

                                               

Chilik River

The Chilik River is a major flowing river in the Almaty Region in the Republic of Kazakhstan, one of the largest left tributaries of the Ili River, and the main waterway of southeastern Kazakhstan. The Bartogay reservoir has been created on the r ...

                                               

Issyk River

The Issyk River is a river in Kazakhstan that crosses the Issyk Lake and the town of Esik. One of the largest rivers on the northern slope of the Trans-Ili Alatau, its headwaters come from 32 active glaciers that cover an area of 43 square kilome ...

                                               

Nura River

The Nura River is a major watercourse of northeast-central Kazakhstan. It is about 978 kilometres long and drains an area of 58.100 square kilometres.

                                               

Terekty River

The Terekty River, also known under the Sinified spelling Tielieketi, is a small river that flows from China to Kazakhstan. In its lower course the river is also known as the Kusak. Along most of its course, the river flows through the very spars ...

                                               

Ayat (river)

Ayat is a river in Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia and Kostanay Region, Kazakhstan. Ayat is formed by the confluence of Karataly-Ayat and Archagly-Ayat. The river flows into the river Tobol district in Karatomar reservoir. The length of the river is 1 ...

                                               

Gilgil River

The Gilgil River drains part of the floor of the Great Rift Valley, Kenya and the plateau to the east of the valley, flowing from the north into Lake Naivasha. The river runs to the east of the town of Gilgil, which is on the height of land betwe ...

                                               

Gucha River

Gucha River, referred to as the River Kuja by Luo community originates in the highlands of Kiabonyoru in Nyamira County passing through the heart of Gucha District running west through Migori country where it is joins the Migori River and flows a ...

                                               

Lumi River (East Africa)

The River Lumi is located in northern Tanzania and southern Kenya in Coast Province. It originates on the east side of Mawenzi, and flows so close to the River Rombo as almost to form a fork. The Lumi, however, maintains its southerly direction, ...

                                               

Malewa River

The Malewa River rises in the western slopes of the Aberdare Range in Kenya and flows south and west into Lake Naivasha in the Great Rift Valley. Lake Naivasha is an important source of water in a semi-arid environment, and supports export-orient ...

                                               

Southern Ewaso Ngiro

The Southern Ewaso Ngiro is a river in the Great Rift Valley in Kenya. It plays an important role in the ecology of Lake Natron, the main regular breeding site for near-threatened lesser flamingos. Changes to land use in the rivers headwaters or ...

                                               

Thika River

The Thika River flows through Kiambu County in central Kenya and is a tributary of Tana River. The River forms a psychological boundary between the counties of Muranga and Kiambu. The Thika River is a significant source of hydroelectric power in ...

                                               

Umba River (Tanzania)

The Umba River is located in northeastern Tanzania in Tanga Region. It rises in Schageiuforest in the West Usambara Mountains at 2.000 m altitude and flows on the north side of the mountain range to the east. At Lelwa it empties the Mbalamu River ...

                                               

Waseges River

The Waseges River is a river that rises on the slopes of the Nyandarua Plateau below the Aberdare Range in Kenya. The river flows north, then west and south to enter Lake Bogoria in the Great Rift Valley from the north after passing through a swa ...

                                               

Suusamyr River

The Suusamyr River) is one of rivers forming Kokomeren River in Jayyl District of Chuy Region of Kyrgyzstan. From Ala-Bel Pass it flows eastwards along Suusamyr Valley. The length of Suusamyr River is 90 km, and watershed - 2.410 m 2.

                                               

Amata (river)

The Amata is a river in Gauja National Park in the Middle Latvian Lowland. It flows from lake Kukala in Vidzeme, 66 km, to the river Gauja. The riverbanks feature Devonian red sandstone cliffs, and rapids. The River Amata is one of Latvias fastes ...

                                               

Lielupe river basin

                                               

List of rivers of Lebanon

This is a list of all waterways named as rivers in Lebanon. Lebanon has 22 rivers all of which are non navigable; 28 rivers originate on the western face of the Lebanon range and run through the steep gorges and into the Mediterranean Sea, the ot ...

                                               

Awali (river)

The Awali is a perennial river flowing in Southern Lebanon. In ancient times it was known as the River Asclepius. It is 48 kilometres long, originating from the Barouk mountain at a height of 1.492 metres and the Niha mountain. The Awali is suppl ...

                                               

Beirut River

Beirut River is a river in Lebanon. The river runs east to west, then curves north, separating the city of Beirut from its eastern suburbs, primarily Bourj Hammoud and Sin el Fil. According to popular legend, St. George slew the dragon in a spot ...

                                               

Kadisha River

The Kadisha River or Nahr Abu Ali is a river in Lebanon. It runs 45 kilometres east to west from the Kadisha grotto, halfway between Bsharri and the Cedars of God, to the Mediterranean Sea at Tripoli. The river runs along the Kadisha Valley, carv ...

                                               

Litani River

The Litani River, the classical Leontes, is an important water resource in southern Lebanon. The river rises in the fertile Beqaa Valley, west of Baalbek, and empties into the Mediterranean Sea north of Tyre. Exceeding 140 km in length, the Litan ...

                                               

Zahrani River

Zahrani River is a river in Southern Lebanon. It is located south of Sidon. Zahrani is the adjective form of the noun Zahran, which means flowering or blossoming in Arabic. This river irrigates most of Jabal Rihane and Nabatiyeh. It is considered ...

                                               

Farmington River (Liberia)

The Farmington River is a river in Liberia. It empties into the Atlantic Ocean near the town of Marshall. The Farmington River, Junk River, and Gbage River join near the Atlantic coast to form an estuary. Some sources suggest that the river reach ...

                                               

Dubysa

Dubysa, at 131 km, is the 15th longest river solely in Lithuania. It originates just a few kilometers from Lake Rekyva near Siauliai city. At first it flows south, but at Lyduvenai turns southeast and near Ariogala - southwest. Dubysa is a Samogi ...

                                               

Galaverkne

                                               

Nevezis (river)

The Nevezis) is the sixth longest river in Lithuania and one of the main tributaries of the Nemunas. Its length is 209 km, and it flows only within the geographical confines of Lithuania. It is the second longest river in Lithuania, after the Sve ...

                                               

Alzette

                                               

Rivers of Ettelbruck

                                               

Rivers of Mersch

                                               

Rivers of Atsinanana

                                               

Baram River

The Baram River is a river in Sarawak on the island of Borneo. The river originates in the Kelabit Highlands, a watershed demarcated by the Iran Mountains of East Kalimantan, which form a natural border with Sarawak. The river flows westwards thr ...

                                               

Kelantan River

The Kelantan River is the major river in Kelantan, Malaysia. It drains a catchment area of about 11900 km² in north-east Malaysia including part of the Taman Negara National Park, and flows northwards into the South China Sea. The rainfall over t ...

                                               

Linggi River

The Linggi River is a river in Malaysia. It starts from the foothills of the Titiwangsa Range. It starts from an area known as Pantai at the foothills in Kg Jerlang. Linggi River, also known as Batang Penar river starts from Ampangan to Kg Jerlan ...

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