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Bir `Ali

Bir `Ali is a village in eastern Yemen. It is located in the Shabwah Governorate. The name means "Alis Well" in Arabic. In pre-Islamic times, the port was called Qanī.

Mocha, Yemen

Mocha also known as al-Makha, is a port city on the Red Sea coast of Yemen. Until Aden and al Hudaydah eclipsed it in the 19th century, Mocha was the principal port for Yemens capital, Sanaʽa.

Luangwa River

The Luangwa River is one of the major tributaries of the Zambezi River, and one of the four biggest rivers of Zambia. The river generally floods in the rainy season and then falls considerably in the dry season. It is one of the biggest unaltered ...

Lunsemfwa River

The Lunsemfwa River is a tributary of the Luangwa Rivers in Zambia and part of the Zambezi River basin. It is a popular river for fishing, containing large populations of tigerfish and bream. It rises in the South Central African plateau at an al ...

Mushawe

The Mushawe River is a right-bank tributary of the Mwenezi River in Zimbabwe. It rises in the Nemande mountain area and flows through the Maranda area to join the Mwenezi River downstream of Manyuchi Dam, Mwenezi District.

Insiza River

The Insiza River is the principal tributary of the Mzingwane River in Zimbabwe. It rises near Fort rixon, Incisa district and flows into the Mzingwane river near West Nicholson.

Mzingwane River

The Mzingwane River, formerly known Umzingwane River as or Umzingwani River is a major left-bank tributary of the Limpopo River in Zimbabwe. It rises near Fort Usher, Matobo District, south of Bulawayo and flows into the Limpopo River near Beitbr ...

Net*One

Net*One was the first cellular network operator in Zimbabwe based on the Global System for Mobile Communications. The company was originally launched during the World Solar Summit in September 1996 in the capital Harare with 2000 lines. Service w ...

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Harare

The Archdiocese of Harare is a particular church of the Roman Catholic Church in Zimbabwe. Its ecclesiastic territory includes the city of Harare, and parts of the provinces of Manicaland, Mashonaland Central, Mashonaland East, and Mashonaland We ...

Masvingo United F.C.

Masvingo United is a Zimbabwean football club. It is based in Masvingo. They joined the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League, They were repeatedly relegated to Division One. The club used to be bankrolled by Tanda Tavaruva.

Mountaineers cricket team

The Mountaineers is one of four cricket Zimbabwean cricket franchises. They are a first-class cricket team, based in the Manicaland and Mashonaland East area. They play their home matches at Mutare Sports Club in Mutare.

Hamadōri

Hamadōri is the easternmost of the three regions of Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, the other two being Nakadōri in the central area of the prefecture and Aizu in the west. Hamadōri is bordered by the Abukuma Highlands to the west and the Pacific Oc ...

Hikiji River

The Hikiji River is a Class B river in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It is also called Hikichi River and Hikiji River. The mouth of the river known eel spawning.

Chūetsu region

Chūetsu region is the name of an area in central Niigata Prefecture. The word chūetsu is an abbreviation for central Echigo Province. It is an important rice growing region. Koshihikari grown in this region are highly prized in Japan. In common w ...

Motobu Peninsula

The Motobu Peninsula is a peninsula in the Yanbaru region of Okinawa Island. It is surrounded by Nago Bay to the south, the Haneda Inland Sea to the north, and the East China Sea to the west. It is mostly mountainous, with a few plains. The penin ...

Yanbaru

Yanbaru is the Okinawan and Kunigami name given to the forested northern part of Okinawa Island in Japan. Spanning the northern villages of Higashi, Kunigami, and Ōgimi, Yanbaru contains some of the last large surviving tracts of subtropical rain ...

Hirakata-juku

Hirakata-juku was the third station on the Ōsaka Kaidō. It is located in the present-day city of Hirakata, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It flourished as a port along the Yodo River and traces of the post town can still be seen today.

Moriguchi-juku

Moriguchi-juku was the fourth station on the Ōsaka Kaidō. It is located in the present-day city of Moriguchi, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It spread through the modern Honmachi, Tatsuda-dōri and Hama-machi.

Minuma

Minuma or Minuma Rice Paddies is an area of paddy fields and other agricultural fields along the Minuma Irrigational Canal in Saitama Prefecture, Japan. The area encompasses 1260 hectares and straddles across five wards of the city of Saitama. De ...

Buzenda

Buzenda refers to the downtown area of Shimonoseki City, Japan. It is located in the Shimonoseki Station area, and it is known as the most famous downtown area in Yamaguchi Prefecture. There are izakaya, karaoke bars, and other social venues arou ...

Karato

Shops Kamon Wharf fresh fish shop and restaurant, etc. Karato shopping street. (Торговая улица Карато) SunLive Karato Shopping center. Sightseeing Mount Hino 268.2 m. Former British Consulate built in 1906. Dan-no-ura location of Battle of Dan-no ...

Fuji Five Lakes

Fuji Five Lakes is the name of the area located at the base of Mount Fuji in the Yamanashi Prefecture of Japan. It has a population of about 100.000 and sits about 1.000 meters above sea level. The name Fuji Five Lakes comes from the fact that th ...

Mo Hin Khao

Mo Hin Khao is a white hill located in a broad field at Phu Laen Kha National Park, No.9, Tah Hin Ngom sub-district, Mueang District Chaiyaphum, Thailand. This place is known as" the Stonehenge in Thailand”.

Chanthaburi River

Chanthaburi River, formerly and still colloquially known as Chanthabun River is a river in Thailand, regarded as the main watercourse of Chanthaburi Province. This river is about 120 km 74 Mi long. It is the longest river in the Eastern region. C ...

Doi Ang Khang

Doi Ang Khang is a mountain in Fang District, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand. It is part of the Daen Lao Range that straddles both sides of the Burmese-Thai border. It is the site of an agricultural station, the first research station set up by Ki ...

Kaeng Kuet

Kaeng Kuet is a place that has many water activities and is located in Chiang Mai a northern province in Thailand. Kaeng Kuet is very popular place for foreigners who come for water rafting. The location of Kaeng Kuet is surrounded by nature. The ...

Pha Chor

Pha Chor is a cliff located in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and is managed by Mae Wong National Park. Pha Chor is natural phenomena caused by an uplift of one of the Earths plates and also by erosion of wind and rain. Geologists believed that a hundred ...

Ping River

The Ping River, along with the Nan River, is one of the two main tributaries of the Chao Phraya River. It originates at Doi Thuai in the Daen Lao Range, in Chiang Dao district, Chiang Mai Province. After passing Chiang Mai, it flows through the p ...

Ko Khram

Ko Khram, also known as Ko Khram Yai, is an island in Bangkok Bay about 24 km south southwest of Pattaya. It is the largest of the eastern seaboard islands of Thailand and the largest island in the bay.

Ko Phai

Ko Phai is the largest island in Mu Ko Phai, a small uninhabited archipelago on the eastern seaboard of Thailand. It is about 21 km to the west of Pattaya. It is also known as "Koh Pai". It is also mentioned as "Bamboo Island", the meaning of its ...

Khwae Noi River

The River Kwai, more correctly Khwae Noi or Khwae Sai Yok, is a river in western Thailand. It rises to the east of the Salween in the north-south spine of the Bilauktaung range near, but not over the border with Burma. It begins at the confluence ...

Pai District

The Daen Lao Range dominates the landscape of this district. Neighboring districts are from west clockwise: Mueang Mae Hong Son, Pang Mapha of Mae Hong Son Province, Shan State of Myanmar, Wiang Haeng, Chiang Dao, Mae Taeng, Samoeng, and Galyani ...

Don Hoi Lot

Don Hoi Lot is a sandbar off the coast of Samut Songkhram Province at the northwestern tip of the Bay of Bangkok. The sediments of the Mae Klong River together sediments from the sea form a system of mudflats, which are populated by razor clams, ...

Hat Chom Dao

Hat Chom Dao or Kaeng Chom Dao is a Thai tourist attraction. It sits on the Mekong River in Tambon Na Tan, Na Tan District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand. It is a rock formation, which is overtopped by the river during high tide but becomes ...

Sam Phan Bok

Sam Pan Bok is known as the "Grand Canyon of Thailand" and is the biggest rock reef in the Mekong River. Sam Phan Bok translates as 3.000 shallow lakes. Sam Pan Bok is in northeastern Thailand, on the bank of the Mekong. Administratively, it is i ...

Hup Pa Tat

Hup Pa Tat is a valley located in Uthai Thani Province in Thailand. It is abundant with lots of exotic plants like Arenga Pinnata. The plants expand wildly in the cordon of stalagmites and stalactites. During the visits, rare animals like elongat ...

Hugo Island

Hugo Island is an isolated ice-covered island 2 kilometres long, with several rocky islets and pinnacles off its east side, located off the west side of the Antarctic Peninsula, about 74 kilometres southwest of Cape Monaco, Anvers Island. It was ...

Amanda Bay

Amanda Bay, also sometimes known as Hovde Cove, lies in southern Prydz Bay on the Ingrid Christensen Coast of Princess Elizabeth Land, East Antarctica. It is best known for its breeding colony of several thousand pairs of emperor penguins on sea ...

Sandefjord Ice Bay

Sandefjord Ice Bay is an ice bay about 25 nautical miles wide which forms the head of Prydz Bay. The feature is bounded on the west by Amery Ice Shelf, on the east by Publications Ice Shelf, and on the south by the mainland. It was discovered in ...

Fumarole Bay

Fumarole Bay is a bay on the southwest side of Port Foster in the interior of Deception Island, in the South Shetland Islands. Having a similar name in the same island is the Vapour Col. The Bay is part of the larger, enclosed water of Port foste ...

Muljangori-Oreum

Muljangori-oreum wetland is a mountain crater lake formed in a volcanic crater, 900m-937m above sea-level, 9km northeast of Hallasan. The 628000m 2 lake provides water, which is not abundant on the island, to the indigenous wildlife.

Mulyeongari-Oreum

Mulyeongari-oreum is a wetland located in Jeju island. It is the only wetland in Korea which is located on top of oreum. The oreum is one of the secondary volcanoes around Halla mountain which is the highest mountain in South Korea. Through conti ...

Paju Book City

Paju Book City, located in Gyoha-eup, is a cultural complex entirely devoted to the creation, publication, merchandising and sales of Korean books. The "city" belongs to Koreas Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism. Paju Book City is home to 2 ...

Natuna Sea

Natuna Sea is an extensive shallow sea located around Natuna Regency extended south to Lingga and Tambelan Archipelago in Riau Islands province, further south of Bangka Belitung Islands, Indonesia. Most of the sea is located within Indonesian ter ...

Ferndorfbach

Ferndorfbach is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It flows through Kreuztal and joins the Sieg in Siegen-Weidenau. Its name relates to the village of Ferndorf, the oldest medieval part of Kreuztal town.

Lake Uberlingen

Lake Uberlingen is the northwestern "finger" of the Obersee, the lower part of Lake Constance. The boundary of lake is defined as the ferry link from Meersburg to Constance. It extends north to Bodman-Ludwigshafen. Unlike the main South-Eastern p ...

Lower Rhine Plain

The Lower Rhine Plain is one of the natural regions of Germany and lies on either side of the Rhine north of the city of Dusseldorf.

Rhine knee

In Basel, the Rhine changes its westerly direction of flow in an angle of 90 degrees to a northerly direction, along the borders of France and Germany, to flow to the North Sea. From a political viewpoint, the Rhine knee is near the tripoint of F ...

Seerhein

The Seerhein is a river about four kilometres long, in the basin of Lake Constance. It is the outflow of the Upper Lake Constance and the main tributary of the Lower Lake Constance. The water level of the lower lake is about 30 cm below the level ...

Vorderrhein

The Vorderrhein is one of the two sources of the Rhine. Its catchment area of 1.512 square kilometres is located predominantly in the canton of Graubunden. The Vorderrhein is about 76 kilometres long, thus more than 5% longer than the Hinterrhein ...