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Sieben Berge

The Sieben Berge are a ridge of hills up to 395 m above sea level in the Lower Saxon Hills in the district of Hildesheim, Lower Saxony, Germany. Together with the Vorberge and the Sackwald the Sieben Berge belong to the geological formation of th ...

                                               

Sullberg (Calenberg Land)

The Sullberg is a ridge, up to 198.2 m above sea level, in the Calenberg Land near Springe in Hanover Region in the German state of Lower Saxony.

                                               

List of rock formations in the Harz

This is a list of rock formations in the Harz. They are known as the Harzklippen in German, which is the collective name for the, mainly, granite rock outcrops, crags and tors in the Harz mountains of Germany. Most of them have the status of a na ...

                                               

Ahrentsklint

The Ahrensklint or Ahrentsklint in the Harz Mountains is a granite rock formation, 822.4 m above sea level, on the Erdbeerkopf in Harz district in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt.

                                               

Elversstein

The Elversstein in the Harz Mountains of Germany is a granite rock formation with a maximum elevation of 499 m above sea level on the Steinberg near Hasserode in the county of Harz in Saxony-Anhalt.

                                               

Ferdinandstein

The rock is a granite boulder that is a typical product of spheroidal weathering.

                                               

Ilsestein

The Ilsestein is a prominent granite rock formation near the town of Ilsenburg in the Harz mountains of central Germany. Offering a scenic view over the Ilse valley to the Brocken massif, the highest mountain of the range, it is today a popular t ...

                                               

Kasteklippen

The Kasteklippen, often shortened to Kaste, is a rocky tor above the Oker valley in the Upper Harz mountains of central Germany. It lies at a height of 602 m above NN. Near the Kaste are other similar granite rock formations such as the Hexenkuch ...

                                               

Leistenklippe

                                               

Rabenklippe

The Rabenklippe is located in the Harz mountains of Germany, southeast of Bad Harzburg, above the Ecker valley, a few hundred metres away from the border between Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt. Part of the crag has been made accessible with steps ...

                                               

Scherstorklippen

The Scherstorklippen is a granite tor) in the Harz Mountains of central Germany. It is located near the village of Schierke in the county of Harz in the state of Saxony-Anhalt. It was formed by the process of spheroidal weathering.

                                               

Schnarcherklippen

Schnarcherklippen is the name of a rock formation south of the village of Schierke in the High Harz mountains of Saxony-Anhalt in central Germany. The name translates roughly to "snoring crags" or "snoring rocks".

                                               

Sophienklippe

                                               

Teufelsmauer

The Teufelsmauer is a rock formation made of hard sandstones of the Upper Cretaceous in the northern part of the Harz Foreland in central Germany. This wall of rock runs from Blankenburg via Weddersleben and Rieder to Ballenstedt. The most promin ...

                                               

Zeterklippen

The Zeterklippen are a striking rock formation tor on the 930-metre-high Renneckenberg mountain, overlooking the Ilse valley in the Harz mountains in Germany. The Renneckenberg is an eastern sub-peak of the Brocken. The rocks themselves lie at a ...

                                               

Calshot Spit

Calshot Spit is a one-mile long sand and shingle bank, near the village of Calshot, located on the southern bank of the open end of Southampton Water, on the south coast of England. At the end of the spit are Calshot Castle built by King Henry VI ...

                                               

Hurst Spit

Hurst Spit is a one-mile-long shingle bank near the village of Keyhaven, at the western end of the Solent, on the south coast of England. The spit shelters an area of saltmarsh and mudflats known as Keyhaven and Pennington marshes. At the end of ...

                                               

Fairbourne Spit

Fairbourne Spit is a long spit of sand and shingle at the mouth of the River Mawddach where it reaches Cardigan Bay, on the west coast of Wales. The gravel probably originates from Llwyngwril to the south, while the sand and dunes at the north en ...

                                               

Boyne Valley, Queensland

The Boyne Valley is a rural locality in Gladstone Region, Queensland, Australia. The locality contains four small towns: Nagoorin, Ubobo, Builyan, and Many Peaks. In the 2016 census, Boyne Valley had a population of 358 people.

                                               

Fassifern Valley

Fassifern Valley is a valley of the Scenic Rim in South East Queensland. Towns found in the valley include Harrisville, Kalbar, Roadvale, Warril View and Aratula. Fassifern Valley is known as a carrot-producing area, as well as for growing potato ...

                                               

Hindmarsh Valley

                                               

Nene Valley (South Australia)

                                               

Glenelly Valley

Glenelly Valley or simply Glenelly) is the longest valley in the Sperrin Mountains in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It lies within the Sperrin Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is also in an Environmentally Sensitive Area.

                                               

Glens of County Antrim

                                               

Glencree

Glencree is a valley in the Wicklow Mountains in eastern Ireland. It is the third-closest valley in the mountains to Dublin city, the first being Glencullen and the second Glenasmole. The River Dargle flows down the valley, which rises to a heigh ...

                                               

Glenmalure

Glenmalure is a 20-kilometre long U-shaped glacial valley in the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland. Glenmalure is an important base for climbing in the Wicklow mountains, and particularly accessing the massif of Lugnaquilla, and contains one of the ea ...

                                               

Jdeide

For similarly named places, please see Jdeideh disambiguation. Jdeide, also spelled Al Judaideh, or the New Fakehe, is a little village located in the northern part of the Baalbek District of Lebanon, on the main road between the city of Baalbek ...

                                               

Chao Valley

Chao Valley is an area located at south of Viru Valley in La Libertad Region, northern Peru. It has significant agricultural resources, notably asparagus and blueberries. The valley rises up on both sides of the Chao River.

                                               

Chicama Valley

Chicama Valley is an area located at north of the Valley of Moche in La Libertad Region, northern Peru, it has agricultural resources where one of the main products is cane of sugar; this valley has been formed on both sides of the Chicama River.

                                               

Moche Valley

The Valley of Moche, or Valley of Santa Catalina, is a large area of the La Libertad Region in northern Peru surrounding the Moche River. It has been farmed since the pre-Columbian era and currently contains rural and urban settlements. Trujillo ...

                                               

Vall de Ribes

The Vall de Ribes is a geographic zone in the northwest of the Ripolles in the valley of the river Freser. Its largest municipality is Ribes de Freser. It also contains the municipalities of Queralbs, Toses, Planoles, Pardines and Campelles, and ...

                                               

Vall de Boi

                                               

Chur Rhine Valley

The Chur Rhine Valley is that part of Nordbunden through which the Rhine flows from the confluence of Anterior and Posterior Rhine near Reichenau to the cantonal border near Maienfeld and Flasch. The plain of Bonaduz and Rhazuns also belongs to t ...

                                               

Sertig

The Sertig Valley is located in the municipality of Davos, south of the town, in the Swiss canton of Graubunden. It is a lateral valley of the Landwasser valley. The small village of Sertig Dorfli is accessible by road.

                                               

Raung

Raung is one of the most active volcanoes on the island of Java in Indonesia. It is located in the province of East Java and has a 2-kilometre-wide 1.2 mi and 500-metre-deep 1.600 ft caldera surrounded by a grayish rim. The difference in color of ...

                                               

Suwoh

Suoh or Suwoh is an 8 × 16 km wide volcano-tectonic depression in the south of Sumatra, Indonesia. Historical maars and silicic lava domes are found along the Great Sumatran Fault line. Phreatic eruptions occurred during the major 1933 earthquake.

                                               

Fumarole Butte

Fumarole Butte is a shield volcano in central Juab County, Utah, United States. Built during the Quaternary period, it is composed of basaltic andesite. It stands 207 meters in height and has a diameter of 12 kilometers. Under the volcano lies Cr ...

                                               

Back River volcanic complex

The Back River volcanic complex is an Archean stratovolcano spanning the Northwest Territories–Nunavut border in Northern Canada. It is located 480 kilometres northwest of Yellowknife and to the northwest of the Back River from which it takes its ...

                                               

Doña Ines

Doña Ines is a volcano in Chile. It is a Miocene age stratovolcano which is formed from lava domes that form its summit area and nuee ardente deposits which form the flanks of the volcano. Located north of the Salar de Pedernales, Doña Ines is a ...

                                               

Toconce (volcano)

Toconce is a volcano in Chile. Toconce volcano has a central crater and is constructed mainly by andesitic lava flows, which were emplaced during three different stages. The last stage generated the bulk of the volcanic edifice. The volcano was g ...

                                               

Tumisa

Tumisa is a Pleistocene stratovolcano in the Andes. Located east of the Salar de Atacama, it is part of the Central Volcanic Zone, which since the Miocene has been subject to extensive andesitic/dacitic effusive activity and ignimbrite eruptions. ...

                                               

Stratovolcanoes of Metropolitan France

                                               

Mount Cereme

Mount Ciremai/Cereme is a dominating symmetrical stratovolcano in West Java, Indonesia. It is located to the southwest of the major town of Cirebon. Mt Ciremai is strikingly visible towards the south from the main west-east corridor rail link alo ...

                                               

Mount Slamet

Mount Slamet or Gunung Slamet is an active stratovolcano in the Purbalingga Regency of Central Java, Indonesia. It has a cluster of around three dozen cinder cones on the lower southeast-northeast flanks and a single cinder cone on the western fl ...

                                               

Tangkuban Perahu

Tangkuban Parahu is a stratovolcano 30 km north of the city of Bandung, the provincial capital of: West Java, Indonesia. It erupted in 1826, 1829, 1842, 1846, 1896, 1910, 1926, 1929, 1952, 1957, 1961, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1983, 2013 and 2019. It is ...

                                               

Mount Andong

Moung Andong is a shield type mountain in Magelang Regency, Central Java in Indonesia. This mountain has never had an erupting activity. Andong mountain is located between Ngablak and Tlogorjo, Grabag and has an altitude of around 1.463 meters. A ...

                                               

Black Peak (Alaska)

Black Peak is a highly eroded stratovolcano comprising a lava dome complex on the Alaska Peninsula of the U.S. state of Alaska. Also called Black Volcano or Sopka Chornaia, the mountain is located within the Lake and Peninsula Borough. The latest ...

                                               

Buldir Volcano

Buldir Volcano is an inactive stratovolcano located on Buldir Island in the Aleutian Islands of Alaska, once described as "the westernmost volcanic center of the present Pleistocene to Recent Aleutian volcanic front." It shares the island with a ...

                                               

Mount Dana (Alaska)

Mount Dana is a small stratovolcano of the Alaska Peninsula, United States, located northeast of Canoe Bay inlet at the head of Pavlof Bay. It was the source for a major eruption about 3840 years ago that produced a pyroclastic flow that filled v ...

                                               

Davidof Volcano

Davidof Volcano is an inactive stratovolcano and caldera remnant in the Aleutian Islands of Alaska, USA, 1.237 miles from Anchorage. Located on the eponymous island, Davidof is part of the Rat Islands sub-chain. It is also part of the "Aleutian K ...

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