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Glencarlyn, Virginia

Glencarlyn is a residential neighborhood in Arlington County, Virginia. Originally created as a summer community for Washingtonians who wished to escape the city heat, Glencarlyn was founded by partners Samuel S. Burdett, a former Congressman of ...

Hume Springs, Virginia

The Hume Springs neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia is a subdivision of red-brick row houses built in 1942. Hume Springs has roughly 175 homes situated on four streets, East Reed Avenue, Dale Street, Edison Street, and Mark Drive. The neighborh ...

National Landing

National Landing is an area in Northern Virginia encompassing parts of the Crystal City and Pentagon City neighborhoods of Arlington County and the Potomac Yard neighborhood in the city of Alexandria that has been announced as the location for Am ...

Parkfairfax, Virginia

Parkfairfax is a neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia, United States, located in the northwestern part of the city near the boundary with Arlington County. Nearby thoroughfares are Interstate 395, State Route 402, and West Glebe Road. The distric ...

Potomac, Virginia

Potomac, Virginia, is an extinct incorporated town formerly located in Arlington County, Virginia. A planned community, its proximity to Washington D.C. made it a popular place for employees of the U.S. government to live. Potomac was located adj ...

Rosemont Historic District (Alexandria, Virginia)

The Rosemont Historic District is a historic district in Alexandria, in the U.S. state of Virginia. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1992. Cemetery ivy hill is located in the County.

Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park

The Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park is a linear regional park in Northern Virginia. The parks primary feature is the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Trail, an asphalt-surfaced paved trail that runs through densely populated ur ...

Jordan Creek (Pennsylvania)

Jordan Creek, also known as Hollenbach in Deitsch, is a 34.1-mile-long tributary of the Little Lehigh Creek in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, in the United States. The stream passes through the Trexler nature preserve. Jordan Creek joins little Leh ...

Lake Muhlenberg

The lake is so-named due to its proximity to Muhlenberg College, which itself was named for Henry Muhlenberg, the patriarch of the United States Lutheran Church. The lake is situated in Cedar Creek Park which is part Allentowns park system, Lake ...

Little Lehigh Creek

The Little Lehigh Creek is approximately 24.0 miles long, in eastern Pennsylvania, in the United States. It is also sometimes referred to as the Little Lehigh River. It is called the Little Lehigh because it is the largest tributary of the Lehigh ...

Pembroke Village

Pembroke is a public housing community in northeast Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The area was listed as a national historic district on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.

Peralta Hills

The Peralta Hills are a ridge of hills in northeastern Orange County, California. The ridge technically begins with Burruel point 685 feet in the city of orange, close to where Nohl ranch road meets the Costa Mesa freeway SR 55, although there ar ...

Santa Ana Valley

The Santa Ana Valley is located in Orange County, California and is bisected by the Santa Ana River. The valley is home to most of Orange Countys central business districts. The cities of Anaheim, Buena Park, Costa Mesa, Fullerton, Irvine, Orange ...

Anchorage metropolitan area

The Anchorage Metropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is an area consisting of the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough in the south central region of Alaska. According to the census of ...

Tony Knowles Coastal Trail

The Tony Knowles Coastal Trail is an 11-mile-long trail along the coast of Anchorage, Alaska designated for non-motorized use. The trail runs from Second Avenue in downtown Anchorage and finishes in Kincaid Park. The trail is entirely paved, supp ...

Clear Creek (Atlanta)

Clear Creek is a stream in northeast Atlanta that is a tributary to Peachtree Creek and part of the Chattahoochee River watershed. It has two main branches, one originating east of the high ground along which Boulevard runs and another to the wes ...

Geography of Atlanta

The Geography of Atlanta encompasses 132.4 square miles, of which 131.7 square miles is land and 0.7 square miles is water. The city is situated among the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, and at 1.050 feet above mean sea level, Atlanta has ...

Morningside Nature Preserve

The Morningside Nature Preserve is a project initiated by the Wildwood Urban Forest Committee to stop the destruction of 30 acres of forest located in northeast Atlanta and to develop this land for leisure and educational uses, but in a way that ...

Nancy Creek (Atlanta)

Nancy Creek is a 16.3-mile-long stream in northern Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It begins in far northern DeKalb County, just north of Chamblee, and flows southwestward into Fulton County, through the far southeast corner of Sandy Springs, th ...

Augusta Downtown Historic District

Augusta Downtown Historic District is a historic district that encompasses most of Downtown Augusta, Georgia and its pre-Civil War area. It was listed on the National register of historic places in 2004.

Broad Street Historic District (Augusta, Georgia)

The Broad Street Historic District in Augusta, Georgia is a 70 acres historic district that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. It includes 158 contributing buildings. The historic district portion of broad street stre ...

Central Savannah River Area

The Central Savannah River Area is a trading and marketing region in the U.S. states of Georgia and South Carolina, spanning thirteen counties in Georgia and eight in South Carolina. The term was coined in 1950 by C.C. McCollum, the winner of a 0 ...

Riverwalk Augusta

Riverwalk Augusta is a city park along the Savannah River in downtown Augusta, in the U.S. state of Georgia. The park is alongside and on top of Augustas levee. It extends from 11th Street to the Gordon Highway bridge. Sites along the Riverwalk i ...

Summerville (Augusta, Georgia)

Summerville, is a large, affluent residential area and historic district located northwest of downtown Augusta, Georgia. The district is site of the historic homes of John Milledge, George Walton, and Thomas Cumming.

Arapahoe Acres

Arapahoe Acres is a neighborhood bounded by East Bates, East Dartmouth Avenues, South Marion, South Franklin Streets in Englewood, Colorado. Built from 1949 to 1957 it provides examples of new patterns developed for residential neighborhoods afte ...

Aurora Reservoir

Aurora Reservoir is a 31.650 acre foot reservoir located in the far southeastern reach of Aurora, Colorado. Senac Creek and other minor streams flow into the reservoirs three coves, Senac, Marina and Lone Tree, each pointing to the south. The res ...

Cherry Creek (Colorado)

Cherry Creek rises in the high plateau, east of the Front Range, in northwestern El Paso County. It flows north, through Castlewood Canyon State Park where it is spanned by the historic Cherry Creek Bridge, past Parker and through portions of Cen ...

Denver metropolitan area

Denver is the central city of a conurbation region in the U.S. state of Colorado. The conurbation includes one continuous region consisting of the six central counties of Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson. The Denver reg ...

Meadowood, Aurora, Colorado

Meadowood is a subdivision of Aurora, Colorado, in the Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Area. It is bordered by South Buckley Road to the east, East Yale Avenue to the north, South Chambers Road to the west and East Hampden Avenue to the south. Meadowo ...

Mission Viejo, Aurora, Colorado

Mission Viejo is a subdivision of Aurora, Colorado, in the Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Area. It is bordered by Buckley Road to the east, Hampden Avenue to the north, Chambers Road to the west and Quincy Avenue to the south. The land on which missi ...

Stapleton, Denver

Stapleton is a neighborhood in Denver, Colorado. Located northeast of downtown Denver, the development is on the site of the decommissioned Stapleton International Airport, which closed in 1995. Now referred to as the Stapleton Community, it cont ...

Phillips Park (Aurora, Illinois)

Phillips Park is a municipal park in Aurora, Illinois, that includes Phillips Park Zoo. Comprising more than 325 acres, the park is managed by the Department of Parks and Recreation of the city of Aurora, and has co-owned areas with the Fox Valle ...

Stolp Island

Stolp Island is a small island in the Fox River in Aurora, Illinois. In 1986 the island and its 41 buildings were added to the National Register of Historic Places as the Stolp Island Historic District. It covers 0.03 square miles of land area.

West Side Historic District (Aurora, Illinois)

The West Side Historic District is a set of ninety-eight buildings on the west side of the Fox River in Aurora, Illinois. Of these, seventy-seven contribute to the historical value of the district.

Airmens Cave

Airmans Cave is a cave located adjacent to Barton Creek in Travis County in south Austin, Texas. It is 3.444 metres long, and is characterized by long crawls and tight passages. The cave is within the Barton Creek Greenbelt public park, and is ma ...

Lake Austin

Lake Austin, formerly Lake McDonald, is a water reservoir on the Colorado River in Austin, Texas. The reservoir was formed in 1939 by the construction of Tom Miller Dam by the Lower Colorado River Authority. Lake Austin is one of the seven Highla ...

Barton Creek

Barton Creek is a tributary that feeds the Colorado River as it flows through the Texas Hill Country. The creek passes through some of the more scenic areas in Greater Austin, surrounded in many parts by a greenbelt of protected lands that serves ...

Barton Springs

Barton Springs is a set of four natural water springs located at Barton Creek on the grounds of Zilker Park in Austin, Texas, resulting from water flowing through the Edwards Aquifer. The largest spring, Main Barton Spring supplies water to Barto ...

Bull Creek (Texas)

Bull Creek is a tributary of the Colorado River originating in the Texas Hill Country. The creek passes through some of the more scenic areas in the Austin region and forms a greenbelt that is the habitat for many indigenous species of flora and ...

Lady Bird Lake

Lady Bird Lake is a river-like reservoir on the Colorado River in Austin, Texas, United States. The City of Austin created the reservoir in 1960 as a cooling pond for a new city power plant. The surface area of the lake is 416 acres, and it is cu ...

Lake Walter E. Long

Lake Walter E. Long is a power plant cooling reservoir on Decker Creek in Austin, Texas. The reservoir was officially impounded in 1967 and serves to provide water for turbines used in the production of electricity from petroleum-based fuels. The ...

North Central Austin

The City of Austin has no official definition of "North Central Austin". The Planning and Development Review Department divides Austins core into neighborhood planning areas, which mostly correspond to the boundaries of just one or two well-estab ...

Shoal Creek, Austin, Texas

Shoal Creek is a stream and an urban watershed in Austin, Texas, United States. Shoal Creek has its origins near the domain and runs in a southerly direction, soon at the intersection of Texas state highway loop 1, known locally as the "mopac Exp ...

Texas Highland Lakes

The Texas Highland Lakes is a chain of six fresh water reservoirs in Central Texas formed by six dams on the lower Colorado River. The Texas Colorado River winds southeast from West Texas to Matagorda Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Dam and lake from ...

Lake Travis

Lake Travis is a reservoir on the Colorado River in central Texas in the United States. The reservoir was formed in 1942 by the construction of Mansfield Dam on the western edge of Austin, Texas by the Lower Colorado River Authority, and was buil ...

Walnut Creek (Central Texas)

Walnut Creek is a 23-mile long tributary stream of the Colorado River in Texas. It flows from north to south, crossing the Edwards Plateau on the western side of Austin, down to the Blackland Prairie on the eastern side of the city where it then ...

Waters Park, Texas

Waters Park, Texas was a village located eight miles north of downtown Austin, Texas defined by the boundaries of Farm Road 1325, MoPac, and the Southern Pacific Railroad. It is now part of the City of Austin.

Lake Ming

Lake Ming is a man-made recreational lake located in Bakersfield, California. It is primarily a motorboat and water-skiing lake, although sailboats are allowed the second full weekend each month, and every Tuesday and Thursday after 1:30 pm. Lake ...

Baltimore metropolitan area

The Baltimore–Columbia–Towson Metropolitan Statistical Area, also known as Central Maryland, is a Metropolitan Statistical Area in Maryland as defined by the United States Office of Management and Budget. As of the 2010 Census, the combined popul ...

Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area

The Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area is a combined statistical area consisting of the overlapping labor market region of the cities of Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland. The region includes Central Maryland, Northern Virginia, three ...