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Limay River

The Limay River is an important river in the northwestern Argentine Patagonia the region of Comahue. It originates at the eastern end of the Nahuel Huapi Lake and flows in a meandering path for about 380 kilometres 240 mi, collecting the waters o ...

                                               

Ludueña Stream

The Ludueña Stream is a small river long including its tributaries) in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, which starts near the city of Rosario and flows through it, mostly east-southwards, ending in the Parana River in the neighbourhood common ...

                                               

Manso River (Argentina and Chile)

The Manso River is a river of Rio Negro Province of Argentina and Los Lagos Region of Chile, both part of Patagonia. The Manso River is located in the Andes. It follows a winding route through snow-capped mountains and connects many glacial lakes ...

                                               

Matanza River

The Matanza River is known by several names, including, in Spanish, Rio de la Matanza, Rio Matanza, Rio Mataderos, Rio de la Manzana or simply Riachuelo. It is a 64-kilometre stream in Argentina that originates in the Buenos Aires Province and de ...

                                               

Rio Negro (Argentina)

Rio Negro is the most important river of the Argentine province of Rio Negro, and Patagonia in relation to its flow rate. Its name comes from the literal translation of the Mapuche term Curu Leuvu, although the water is more green than black. For ...

                                               

Neuquen River

The Neuquen River is the second most important river of the province of Neuquen in the Argentine Patagonia, after the Limay River. Rocks of the Neuquen Basin are fossiliferous, and the basin hosts what may become important fields of tight oil and ...

                                               

Primero River

The Primero River, also known as Suquia, runs through the city of Cordoba, Argentina. The tributaries of the Primero mainly the San Roque and Cosquin rivers flow into the San Roque Reservoir; from there, the Primero goes east into the plains surr ...

                                               

Reconquista River

The Reconquista River is a small river in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Together with the Riachuelo, it is one of the most contaminated watercourses in the country. The Reconquista is part of the Rio de la Plata basin. It originates in ...

                                               

Saladillo Stream

The Saladillo Stream is a small tributary of the Parana River, that discharges into it between the cities of Rosario and Villa Gobernador Galvez, in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina. It serves as the political border between these two towns of ...

                                               

Salado River (Argentina)

The Salado River is a river that crosses several provinces of Argentina, flowing 1.150 kilometres from its source in the Salta Province to end in the Parana River, in the Santa Fe Province. Because its origin, its flow varies widely within the ye ...

                                               

San Javier River (Santa Fe)

The lower Parana River is highly braided, with a complex system of channels on either side of the main stem. Superficially, the San Javier River seems to be a tributary river originating in the Parana Rivers alluvial plain. But it is linked by se ...

                                               

Santa Cruz River (Argentina)

Santa Cruz River is a river in the Argentine province of Santa Cruz. The Santa Cruz begins at the shore of the Viedma and Argentino Lakes, of glacial origin and located in the Los Glaciares National Park, and runs 385 kilometres eastwards before ...

                                               

Tercero River

The Tercero River, also known as Ctalamochita, is the river of the Cordoba Province in Argentina with the most important water flow, 27.17 cubic metres per second. It starts near the Calamuchita Valley, becomes navigable for boats of small to med ...

                                               

Vizcachas River

The Vizcachas River is a river in the south of the Patagonic province of Santa Cruz, Argentina. It is born at the Sierra de los Baguales, from the confluence of several streams, and descends from the Vizcachas Plain, flowing south until reaching ...

                                               

Getar River

Getar, formerly spelled Gedar, is a small river in Armenia that flows through Kotayk Province and central parts of the capital Yerevan. It originates near the village of Mayakovski at the western parts of Gegham mountains, flows through Avan-Arin ...

                                               

Vachagan River

Vachagan is a river in the southern Syunik Province of Armenia. The river has a length of 5 km and flows through the town of Kapan. It is a tributary of the Voghji River. Its origin is at the northern edge of Mount Khustup in the Syunik Mountains ...

                                               

Gaflunerbach

                                               

Gampbach

                                               

Thiersee Ache

                                               

Pirsaat (river)

The Pirsaat is a river in Azerbaijan which flows through Ismailli, Shamakhi and Salyan Rayons. Length - 199 km, basin area - 2.280 km 2. The river is fed by snow, rain and groundwater. Its largest tributary is Zoghalava. On the right bank of the ...

                                               

Bangali River

The Bangali River is one of the main rivers in the northern part of Bangladesh. As of 2007, the river is in the news because of the possibility that it might merge with the Jamuna River, which could lead to major changes in the geography of the r ...

                                               

Bangshi River

Bangshi River is an important river in central Bangladesh. It originates in Jamalpur, from the course of the old Brahmaputra and flows past the Madhupur tract. It flows through Tangail and meets the Tongi in Ghazipur. It passes near Jatiyo Smriti ...

                                               

Barak River

The Barak River is a 900-kilometre-long river flowing through the states of Manipur, Nagaland, Mizoram and Assam in India and into the Bay of Bengal via Bangladesh. Of the 900 km, 524 km is in India, 31 km on Indo – Bangladesh border and the rest ...

                                               

Bhairab River

Bhairab River is a river in south-western Bangladesh, a distributary of the Ganges. It passes through Khulna, dividing the city into two parts. Bhairab River originates from Tengamari border of Meherpur District and passes through Jessore city. T ...

                                               

Chiknai River

The Chiknai receives an excess of flood water from the Padma during the rains and falls into the Baral near the village of Faridpur in Pabna district. It is navigable in the rainy season, and in the dry season it forms a good fishery, supplying P ...

                                               

Dhaleshwari River

The Dhaleshwari River is a distributary, 160 kilometres long, of the Jamuna River in central Bangladesh. It starts off the Jamuna near the northwestern tip of Tangail District. After that it divides into two branches: the north branch retains the ...

                                               

Dhanu River

The Dhanu is a river in Bangladesh. The Dhanu, also called the Ghorautra, is a tributary of the Meghna. It flows directly southwards from Sunamganj in Sylhet through the eastern thanas of Netrakona and Kishoreganj. It is navigable year-round. It ...

                                               

Dolu river

The Dolu is a local river in part of Sangu River Bangladesh. Dolu River or Tangkabati River is a river in the eastern hills of Bandarban and Chittagong Districts. The length of the river is 53 kilometers, the average width is 16 meters, and the n ...

                                               

Jinai River

The old Brahmaputras most important offshoot is the Jinai striking off near Jamalpur and rejoining the Jamuna north of Sarisabari. Its another branch flows past Gopalpur.

                                               

Kajibacha river

                                               

Kaljani River

Kaljani River is a tributary of Torsha river, originated in Bhutan at the foothills of the Himalayas and it flows from north to south via Bhutan & India and confluences with Torsha river that again confluences with Brahmaputra river which conflue ...

                                               

Louhajang River

Louhajang River is located in central Bangladesh. It branches out from the Jamuna near Gabsain at Bhuapur, Tangail District. Thereafter it splits into two parts before the parts meet up again. It flows past Tangail city, Karotia and Jamurki befor ...

                                               

Nabaganga River

The river was named Nabaganga New Ganges in Bengali in the belief that the Ganges also derived from Mathabhanga. The Nabaganga originates near the town of Chuadanga, in Chuadanga District. It flows east, where the Kumar and the Chitra rivers join ...

                                               

Sree River

The Sree River is a rivers in the northern part of Bangladesh. It passes through Joypurhat Sadar and Akkelpur Upazilas of Joypurhat District.

                                               

Tulshiganga River

Tulshiganga is an important river of the district. It enters the district near the village of Mukindapur, in Panchbibi thana from the Dinajpur district. Entering this district it runs south-west in a meandering course till it falls in the Jamuna, ...

                                               

Auta River

The Auta is a river that flows through Belarus into the Dysna near the village of Bychinshchina. The river flows from Lake Povvuto on the outskirts of the Sventsyan ridges, then flows along the Polotsk Lowland. The main tributaries: Nekhrist and ...

                                               

Birveta

Birveta is a river in eastern Lithuania and Belarus. It is a right tributary of Dysna. The river starts near the Kirkuciai village, Sirveta Regional Park, Svencionys District. It flows north passing through the Kancioginas lake. From there, it fl ...

                                               

Czarna Hancza

The Czarna Hancza, Chornaya Hancha is the largest river of the Suwalki Region of north-eastern Poland and the Sapockin region of north-western Belarus. It is known for having large postglacial boulders. Originating near Lake Hancza and flowing th ...

                                               

Mowchadz’ River

The Mowchadz’ Belarusian: Моўчадзь ; Russian: Молчадь) is a river in Belarus, a left tributary of the Neman. It originates in Baranavichy District, Brest Region. It then flows north through Dzyatlava District in Grodno Region, passing through the ...

                                               

Ryta

Ryta is a river in Belarus, a left tributary of the Mukhavts. Previously, the source of the river was Lake Krymne 51.5724°N 23.9821°E  / 51.5724; 23.9821 in the Volyn region of Ukraine, after reclamation work, the source is located at the villag ...

                                               

Sinyaya River

The Sinyaya is a river in Verkhnyadzvinsk Raion of Vitebsk Region of Belarus, in Zilupe, Ludza, and Cibla municipalities of Latvia, and in Sebezhsky, Krasnogorodsky, and Ostrovsky Districts of Pskov Oblast in Russia, part of the Baltic Sea basin. ...

                                               

Ubort River

The Ubort River is a river in the Zhytomyr Oblast and the Homiel Voblast, a right tributary to the Pripyat River in the Dnieper river basin. It is 292 kilometres long, and has a drainage basin of 5.820 square kilometres. The Ubort River is fed mo ...

                                               

Usvyacha River

The Usvyacha is a river in Kunyinsky and Usvyatsky Districts of Pskov Oblast in Russia and in Vitebsk Raion of Vitebsk Region in Belarus. It is a right tributary of the Daugava River. It is 100 kilometres long, and the area of its basin 2.340 squ ...

                                               

Ligne (river)

                                               

Haulover Creek

Haulover Creek is a coastal stream that runs through the center of Belize City and discharges into the Caribbean Sea. It is known for being the inlet of the Belize River, and separating the northern and southern areas of Belize City. There are mu ...

                                               

Monkey River

Monkey River is a coastal watercourse in southern Belize that rises in the Maya Mountains and discharges to the Caribbean Sea near Monkey River Town. One of Belizes major rivers, Monkey River has northern headwaters which originate in the Cocksco ...

                                               

Sota River

The Sota is a river of northern Benin flowing through the departments of Borgou and Alibori. It is a tributary of the Niger River and the Tassine River is one of its tributaries. The river is approximately 250 km in length and covers a basin area ...

                                               

Yewa River

The Yewa River is a trans-boundary river between Republic of Benin and Nigeria, running along the Bight of Benin; at one point it crosses the border between the two countries. Other variants of the name are Yeoua, Yewa, Yeoua, and Yewa. Its eleva ...

                                               

Ha Chhu

The Ha Chhu originates in a valley glacier on the south facing slope of the main Himalayas. The source area is located to the south of Chomo Lhari Mountain of the Goddess. A number of smaller streams flowing from glaciers in hanging valleys join ...

                                               

Paro Chhu

The Paro Chhu rises to the south of Chomo Lhari mountain of the Goddess. Its glacial waters plunge torrentially through alpine meadows and deep gorges in the Jigme Dorji National Park, and descends into a wide, open, undulating valley. Sub-alpine ...

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