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Osteroya

Osteroya is one of two peninsulas outside Sandefjord, Norway. It borders in west to the Mefjord and east to the Tonsbergfjord. Tonsberg Barrel is located on the southern end of the peninsula. Tonsberg Barrel is an old beacon mentioned in Sverris ...

Skriveroya

Skriveroya is a peninsula in Iddefjorden in the former commune of Idd. Here, one can fine cultural artefacts from the Iron Age, including the largest Nordic swords, and warhammers.

Stad (peninsula)

Stad or Stadlandet is a peninsula in Stad Municipality in the northwestern part of Sogn og Fjordane in Vestland county in Norway. The peninsula is considered the dividing point between the Norwegian Sea to the north and the North Sea to the south ...

Gazelle Peninsula

The Gazelle Peninsula is a large peninsula in northeastern East New Britain, Papua New Guinea located on the island of New Britain within the Bismarck Archipelago, situated in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The Rabaul caldera is located on the n ...

Poolbeg

It is home to the Great South Wall, Poolbeg Lighthouse, Irishtown Nature Park, the southern part of Dublin Port, an energy-from-waste facility, and Dublins former main power station, including two landmark chimneys, which at just over 207m are Du ...

Cavite Peninsula

The Cavite Peninsula is a peninsula extending northeast into Manila Bay from the coastal town of Noveleta in Cavite province in the Philippines. The northern tip of the peninsula is geographically the northernmost part of the Province of Cavite. ...

Redondo Peninsula

The Redondo Peninsula is a short mountainous peninsula extending about 15 kilometers to the south of Zambales on western Luzon in the Philippines. It separates Subic Bay and the coasts around the Subic Bay Metropolitan Area of Subic and Olongapo ...

Zekreet Peninsula

The Zekreet Peninsula, also known as the Abrouq Peninsula, is a peninsula in western Qatar, located to the north of the industrial city of Dukhan. Much of the area is associated with erosional landforms such as foothills, mesas and gypsum plateau ...

Abrau Peninsula

The Abrau Peninsula is a north-western spur of the Greater Caucasus Mountain Range, located on the Black Sea between Novorossiysk and Anapa, in the Krasnodar Region of Russia. It contains the Utrish State Nature Reserve.

Cape Patience

Cape Patience is a peninsula protruding 65 km of east-central Sakhalin Island into the Sea of Okhotsk. It forms the eastern boundary of the Gulf of Patience. The width of the peninsula varies from less than 1 km, at the Lodochniy Isthmus, to 30 k ...

Kanin Peninsula

The Kanin Peninsula is a large peninsula in Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Russia. Latitude: 68° longitude: 45° It is surrounded by the White sea in the West and from the Barents sea to the North and East. Shoyna is one of the few communities on the Pe ...

Kurgalsky Peninsula

The Kurgalsky Peninsula is a peninsula that divides the southern part of the Gulf of Finland into the Narva Bay and the Luga Bay. The northernmost spot is Cape Pitkenen-Nos. The peninsula is rather swampy and contains several lakes. About 650 km² ...

Lithuanian Peninsula

The Lithuanian Peninsula, also known as the Chuvash Peninsula, is a small peninsula in the north of the Crimean Peninsula on the Isthmus of Perekop. Its part of the Krasnoperekopsky area and is located to the East of the city of Armyansk and near ...

Mikhailov Peninsula

The Mikhailov Peninsula is a small peninsula in the eastern shores of the Kara Sea on the western side of the Taymyr Peninsula. Its latitude is 75° 05 N and its longitude 87° 15 E. The Mikhailov Peninsula is covered with tundra and she lies to th ...

Onega Peninsula

The Onega Peninsula is located in Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia. It protrudes into the White Sea, with Onega Bay to the south-west, and Dvina Bay to the north-east. The length of the peninsula is about 150 kilometres, and the width varies between 60 ...

Sambia Peninsula

Sambia or Samland or Kaliningrad Peninsula is a peninsula in the Kaliningrad Oblast of Russia, on the southeastern shore of the Baltic Sea. The peninsula is bounded by the Curonian Lagoon, the Vistula Lagoon, the Pregel River, and the Deyma River ...

Soikinsky Peninsula

The Soikinsky Peninsula in Kingiseppsky District, Leningrad Oblast, Russia projects out into the Gulf of Finland, separating the Luga Bay from the Koporye Bay. Its name is derived from Soikkola, which is the Izhorian word for "peninsula". The mos ...

Svyatoy Nos Peninsula, Buryatia

Svyatoy Nos or Holy Nose is a large peninsula on the eastern edge of Lake Baikal, Eastern Siberia, in the Barguzinsky District of the Republic of Buryatia. It is part of the Zabaykalsky National Park. The name "Holy Nose" Svyatoy nos means "Holy ...

Taymyr Peninsula

The Taymyr Peninsula is a peninsula in the Far North of Russia, in the Siberian Federal District, that forms the northernmost part of the mainland of Eurasia. Administratively it is part of the Krasnoyarsk Krai Federal subject of Russia.

Yamal Peninsula

The Yamal Peninsula is located in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug of northwest Siberia, Russia. It extends roughly 700 km and is bordered principally by the Kara Sea, Baydaratskaya Bay on the west, and by the Gulf of Ob on the east. At the nor ...

Yugorsky Peninsula

The Yugorsky Peninsula is a large peninsula in Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Russia. It is limited by the Khaypudyr Bay in the Pechora Sea to the west and by the Baydaratsk Bay in the Kara Sea to the north and east. Latitude: 68° 40 Longitude: 62° 15 ...

Cape Vilan

Cape Vilan is a rock-bound peninsula on the west coast of Galicia, Spain, located in Costa da Morte, specifically close the village of Camariñas. The place was declared of National Interest in 1933 and today is a Natural Monument. However, near t ...

Jaffna Peninsula

Jaffna Peninsula or is an area in Northern Province, Sri Lanka. It is home to the capital city of the province, Jaffna, and comprises much of the former land mass of the medieval Jaffna kingdom. Part of the Jaffna Peninsula was divided into three ...

Getteron

Getteron is a peninsula in Varberg Municipality, Halland County, Sweden, immediately northwest of the municipal seat Varberg. Getteron was an island, until 1936, when the sound between Getteron and the mainland was filled in and a road was built.

Granon, Soderhamn

Granon is a peninsula and the location of the Trollharen fishing village in the Soderhamn Municipality of Sweden. Until recently it was extremely isolated.

Hindens rev

Hindens rev is a long, narrow, straight peninsula that projects westwards from Kålland into Dalbosjon, the western part of lake Vanern. Hindens rev is a terminal moraine and is part of what is known as the central Swedish terminal moraine zone. T ...

Au Peninsula

Au is a peninsula situated on the southwestern Zurichsee lake shore on the slope of the Zimmerberg plateau. In its south, between the headland and the peninsula, a small lake respectively a reed landscape to the north is situated. The area is loc ...

Biga Peninsula

Biga Peninsula is a peninsula in Turkey, in the northwest part of Anatolia. It is also known by its ancient name Troad. The Peninsula is washed by the waters of the Dardanelles Strait and the South-Western coast of the sea of Marmara in the North ...

Boztepe Peninsula

Boztepe Peninsula is a peninsula in the Black Sea region of Turkey. It is in Sinop Province. The midpoint of the peninsula is at about 42°01′30″N 35°11′00″E The relationship between the mainland which in itself is a large Peninsula in the West an ...

Çatalca Peninsula

The Çatalca Peninsula lies in the European section of Turkey, extending from the southeast Balkans and separating the Black Sea from the Sea of Marmara on the western side of the strait of Bosphorus. Approximately two thirds of Istanbul, one of t ...

Çukurbağ Peninsula

Çukurbağ Peninsula is a small Mediterranean peninsula in Turkey. It is located West of Cass ilçe Antalya province and to the North of the Greek island of kastellorizo Turkish: Meis. Kas Marina is on the North of the Peninsula. The tip of the Peni ...

Heaven Island

Heaven Island is a peninsula near the city of Marmaris, Turkey. The Isle of Paradise is approximately 8 km from Marmaris, and is connected to the mainland by an isthmus known as fake Turkish Strait: an artificially created Yalancı Strait. The reg ...

Karaburun Peninsula, Turkey

Karaburun Peninsula is a peninsula in the extreme western end of Turkey, one of the largest in the country. The peninsula carries the same name as the town and administrative center, Karaburun, located at a pivotal point in its extremity. It is l ...

Kocaeli Peninsula

The Kocaeli Peninsula lies in the northwest corner of Anatolia, Turkey, separating the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara on the Asian side of the strait of Bosphorus. Approximately one-third of Istanbul, one of the most populous cities of the worl ...

Tarkhankut Peninsula

The Tarkhankut Peninsula) is the peninsula which constitutes the western extremity of Crimea into the Black sea. Its northern shore is a southern coast of the Karkinit Bay. Its westernmost point is Cape Priboyny, to the south of it is Cape Tarkha ...

Palm Jumeirah

The Palm Jumeirah is an artificial archipelago in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, created using land reclamation by Nakheel which extends into the Persian Gulf. It is part of a larger series of developments called the Palm Islands, including ...

Myzeqe

Myzeqe or Myzeqeja is a plain in the southwestern-central Albania, sometimes referred to as being between the Shkumbin and Seman rivers, and sometimes extending south to the Vjose river north of Vlore. Administratively, the region falls mainly wi ...

High Plains (Australia)

The High Plains of south-eastern Australia are a sub-region, or more strictly a string of adjacent areas, in and adjacent to the Australian Alps, part of the Great Dividing Range. They were long used for summer grazing, in some cases since the 18 ...

Molonglo Plain

The Molonglo Plain generally refers to the flood plain of the Molonglo River and specifically the one located in the Australian Capital Territory that was inundated during the mid-1960s in order to create Lake Burley Griffin. This plain was one o ...

Raak Plain boinka

The Raak Plain Boinka is a wilderness area in the state of Victoria, Australia. The boinka groundwater discharge complex is a shallow depression within a region of Mallee dune fields, and contains gypsum flats and salinas, pools of salty water th ...

Little Hungarian Plain

The Little Hungarian Plain or Little Alfold is a plain of approximately 8.000 km² in northwestern Hungary, south-western Slovakia, and eastern Austria. It is a part of the Pannonian plain which covers most parts of Hungary.

Chengdu Plain

The Chengdu Plain, known as Cuanxi Bazi in Sichuanese, is an alluvial plain located in the western part of the Sichuan Basin in southwestern China. Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan, is located on it.

Depsang Plains

The Depsang Plains are located at the Line of Actual Control that separates the Indian and Chinese controlled regions. The Chinese Army occupied most of the plains in 1962. India controls the western portion of the plains, whereas the eastern por ...

Haihe Plain

Haihe Plain is a plain located in the north of the North China Plain. Its named after the Hai River. The plain is bordered on the north by the Yanshan Mountains, on the west by the Taihang Mountains, to the south flows the Yellow River and to eas ...

Jianghan Plain

Jianghan Plain, named for the confluence of the Yangtze and Han rivers, is an alluvial plain located in the middle and south of Hubei, China. Wuhan, the most populous city in Central China, is located on the plain. It shares the border with Dongt ...

Sanjiang Plain

The Sanjiang Plain includes the Amur River, Songhua and Ussuri rivers and covers 23 counties in Heilongjiang Province, China encompassing about 109.000 km 2. The area has extensive wetlands.

Petrovo field, Croatia

The Petrovo field is a karstic field in the Croatian hinterland Zagora. It is 2500 hectare large, circled by mountains Svilaja, Promina and Mosec, including the town of Drnis.

Mesaoria

The Mesaoria is the name given to the broad tract of plain which extends across the island from the Bay of Famagusta in the east to that of Morphou in the west, which is a length of 60 miles, with a breadth varying from 10 to 20 miles. These stre ...

Shiraki Plain

The Shiraki is a plain on the Iori Plateau in Georgia, an interfluve between the river valleys of the Iori in the south and the Alazani in the north, its steep slopes in the east border on Mingachevir reservoir in Azerbaijan, and in the west it i ...

Weser Depression

The Weser Depression or Weser Lowlands is the region north of Porta Westfalica in Germany, where the River Weser no longer flows through a valley, but a broad plain consisting of meadows and river terraces. The flat plain of the basin reserve is ...