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Unuk River

The Unuk River is a river in the U.S. state of Alaska and the Canadian province of British Columbia. It flows from the Coast Mountains southwest to Behm Canal, northeast of Ketchikan, Alaska. From its headwaters in the largest glacial area in the ...

                                               

Whiting River

The Whiting River is a stream, about 50 miles long, in the U.S. state of Alaska and the Canadian province of British Columbia. It enters the waters of Stephens Passage at the Borough of Juneau in the Alaska Panhandle between the mouths of the Tak ...

                                               

Ombla

The Ombla is a short river in Croatia, northeast of Dubrovnik. Its course is approximately 30 metres long, and it empties into the Rijeka Dubrovacka embayment of the Adriatic Sea near Komolac in Dubrovnik-Neretva County. Rijeka Dubrovacka is actu ...

                                               

Adenauer Bach

The Adenauer Bach is a right-hand, southern tributary of the Ahr, just under 16 kilometres long. It flows through Adenau in the county of Ahrweiler in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate.

                                               

Ahr

Ahr is a river in Germany, a left tributary of the Rhine. Its source is at an elevation of approximately 470 metres above sea level in Blankenheim in the Eifel, in the cellar of a timber-frame house near the castle of Blankenheim. After 18 kilome ...

                                               

Alf (river)

The Alf is a small river in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, a left tributary of the Moselle. It rises in the Eifel, near Darscheid, east of Daun. The Alf flows south through Mehren, Gillenfeld and Bausendorf, where it turns east to flow into the M ...

                                               

Alfbach (Prum)

The Alfbach is a 22.3-kilometre-long, orographically right-bank tributary of the Prum in the county of Bitburg-Prum in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate.

                                               

Armuthsbach

The Armuthsbach is an 18.4-kilometre-long, orographically left-hand tributary of the Ahr in the German states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate.

                                               

Elzbach

The Elzbach is a small river in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, a left tributary of the Moselle. It rises in the Eifel, near Kelberg. The Elz flows through Monreal and past Eltz Castle. It flows into the Moselle in Moselkern, in the Verbandsgemein ...

                                               

Enz (Prum)

The Enz rises about 650 metres 2.100 ft south-southwest of Lichtenborn at a height of 544 m above sea level NHN. Its source region is on the Arzfeld Plateau Arzfelder Hochflache. From here it flows initially mainly in a south-southwesterly direct ...

                                               

Erft

The Erft is a river in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It flows through the foothills of the Eifel, and joins the Lower Rhine. Its origin is near Nettersheim, and its mouth in Neuss-Grimlinghausen south of the Josef Cardinal Frings Bridge. The r ...

                                               

Hill (stream)

The Hill rises near the highest point in Belgium, the Signal de Botrange and empties into the Vesdre Weser at Eupen, 25 kilometres further north. The most important tributaries of the hill Spoorbach and Soor. The merger of hill and Spoorbach is l ...

                                               

Inde

The Inde is a left western tributary of the Rur/Roer, in eastern Belgium and in North Rhine-Westphalia, western Germany. Its source is near Hasselt, in Eastern Belgium. The Indus runs through Aachen-Kornelimunster, Eschweiler and Inden. His mouth ...

                                               

Little Kyll

The Little Kyll rises two kilometres northeast of Neroth on the heights of the Neroth woods in the county of Vulkaneifel in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It flows in a southerly direction through the municipalities of Neroth, Oberstad ...

                                               

Kuttenbach

The Kuttenbach is a 5.3 kilometre-long, orographically left-hand tributary of the Urft in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, in the municipality of Kall.

                                               

Kyll

The Kyll, noted by the Roman poet Ausonius as Celbis, is a 128 km long river in western Germany, left tributary of the Moselle. It rises in the Eifel mountains, near the border with Belgium and flows generally south through the towns Stadtkyll, G ...

                                               

Langbach (Kyll)

Langbach is a small river of North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It is a right tributary of the Kyll near Frauenkron.

                                               

Lieser (river)

The Lieser is a small river in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, a left tributary of the Moselle. It rises in the Eifel, near Boxberg, north of Daun. The Lieser flows south through Daun, Manderscheid and Wittlich. It flows into the Moselle west of t ...

                                               

Nette (Middle Rhine)

The Nette is a small river in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, a left tributary of the Rhine. It rises in the Eifel, south of Nurburg. The Nette flows east through Mayen before reaching the Rhine between WeiSenthurm and Andernach. The net is not na ...

                                               

Nims (river)

The Nims is a 61-kilometre-long, lefthand arm of the River Prum in the South Eifel region of the Eifel Mountains. It runs through the county of Bitburg-Prum in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate.

                                               

Nonnenbach (Ahr)

The Nonnenbach is a seven-kilometre-long tributary of the Ahr in the area of Blankenheim in the district of Euskirchen in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

                                               

Olef

The Olef is a river in Liege, Belgium and North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is 27.9 kilometres long and a left-hand tributary of the Urft. It flows through the Eifel Mountains in the western part of the Germany and eastern part of Belgium.

                                               

Our (river)

The Our is a river in Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany. It is a left-hand tributary of the river Sauer/Sûre. Its total length is 78 kilometres. Our source in the high fens in the South-East of Belgium, near manderfeld, so. It flows South, more or ...

                                               

Perlenbach (Rur)

Perlenbach is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany and eastern Belgium. Its source is in the Belgian High Fens, north of Bullingen. It is dammed up to create a lake, before flowing from the right into the Rur near Monschau.

                                               

PlatiSbach

The PlatiSbach is a roughly seven-kilometre-long, southern and orographically right-hand tributary of the River Olef in the municipality of Hellenthal in Germany.

                                               

Prum (river)

The Prum is a river in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, left tributary of the Sauer. Its total length is 95 km 59 miles, and the area of its basin is 889 km 2 343 square miles. In Prum rises in the Schneifel hills, North of the city of Prum, near t ...

                                               

Rur

The Rur or Roer is a major river that flows through portions of Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. It is a right tributary to the Meuse. About 90 percent of the rivers course is in Germany. It should not be confused with the rivers Ruhr and RO ...

                                               

Salm (Moselle)

The Salm is a 63-kilometre-long river in western Germany, a left-bank tributary to the river Moselle. It rises in the Eifel, near the village of Salm, south of Gerolstein. The Salm flows generally south, through GroSlittgen, Dreis, and Salmtal. I ...

                                               

Swist

The Swist is a stream, 43.6 kilometres long, in the German Rhineland. It rises on the northern edge of the Eifel at 330 metres above sea level and empties rom the right and southeast into the Rhine tributary, the Erft, between Weilerswist and Bli ...

                                               

Urft (river)

The Urft is a 46.4-kilometre-long right-hand tributary of the Rur in the county of Euskirchen in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It flows through the village of Urft in the municipality of Kall. The Urft rises in the North Eifel regio ...

                                               

USbach

The USbach is a stream, just under 49 km long in the Eifel in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It rises near Mosbruch in the county of Vulkaneifel and empties near Alf into the eponymous river, just before the Alf discharges into the Riv ...

                                               

Vinxtbach

The Vinxtbach is a stream of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It is around 19 km long, rises south-southwest of Schalkenbach-Obervinxt and east of the Adert and discharges into the River Rhine near Rheineck Castle between Bad Breisig and Brohl-Lutz ...

                                               

Ain (river)

The river rises at an altitude of some 700 metres, near the village of La Faviere, in the Jurassic limestone of the southern end of the Jura mountains and flows into the Rhone about 40 kilometres above Lyon, some 190 kilometres down the Ain. Its ...

                                               

Allaine (river)

The Allaine, in its lower course lAllan) is a 65 km long river in northwestern Switzerland and eastern France. Its source is above the village Charmoille, in the Swiss Jura mountains. Downstream from its confluence with the Bourbeuse and the Cana ...

                                               

Birs (river)

The Birs is a 73-kilometre long river in Switzerland that flows through the Jura region and ends as a tributary to the Rhine between Basel and Birsfelden. It is the most important river of the Swiss Jura.

                                               

Doubs (river)

The Doubs, Arpitan: Dubs, German: Dub) is a 453-kilometre long river in eastern France and western Switzerland, left tributary of the Saone. Its source is near Mouthe in the western Jura mountains, at an altitude of 946 m. It is the tenth longest ...

                                               

Orbe (river)

The Orbe is a river of the Rhine basin. It starts in France and flows to Switzerland where it forms the river Thielle at its confluence with the river Talent. Not to be mistaken with the Orbe, which is a tributary of the Arrats.

                                               

Seille (Saone)

The Seille is a river originating in the Jura mountains in France. It is a left tributary of the Saone, joining it in the commune of La Truchere, in Saone-et-Loire. It is 100 km long. The upper reaches of the river are in reculee blind valley of ...

                                               

Suze (river)

It takes its source in a moorland at over 900 metres of altitude, in the high valley of Les Convers, see: Renan. It flows down the whole length of the valley of Saint-Imier, Erguel, leaving it through the gorge of Taubenloch, it flows across the ...

                                               

Venoge (river)

The Venoge is a Swiss river located in the canton of Vaud, a tributary of the Rhone, via Lake Geneva. The Swiss poet Jean Villard Gilles has written a poem about it, La Venoge, in 1954.

                                               

Bella Coola River

The Bella Coola River is a major river on the Pacific slope of the Coast Mountains in southern British Columbia. The town of Bella Coola is at its mouth on North Bentinck Arm. Bella Coola Indian Reserve No. 1 the location of the main community to ...

                                               

Brim River

The Brim River is a river in the North Coast region of British Columbia, Canada, flowing into Owyacumish Bay which is at the west end of the Barrie Reach of the Gardner Canal. At the mouth of the river is brim river Hot springs protected areas wh ...

                                               

Canoona River

The Canoona River is located on Princess Royal Island on the Inside Passage of British Columbia. The river spills into the ocean over a series of rapids from Canoona Lake. Fish ladders have been built on both sides of the rapids to help the salmo ...

                                               

Dean River

The Dean River is one of the major rivers of the Kitimat Ranges subrange of the southern Coast Mountains in British Columbia. It begins at Aktaklin Lake on the Chilcotin Plateau and winds north around the Rainbow Range to enter Dean Channel at th ...

                                               

Gamsby River

The Gamsby River is a river in the Kitimat Ranges of the North Coast region of British Columbia, Canada. It flows southwest to meet the Kitlope River, of which it is a tributary.

                                               

Kapella River

The Kapella River is a river in the Kitimat Ranges of the Coast Mountains in British Columbia, Canada. It rises west of Cornice Peak and flows northwest to join the Kitlope River.

                                               

Kateen River

The Kateen River is a river in the Kitimat Ranges of the North Coast region of British Columbia, flowing southwest into the Khutzeymateen River a few miles before its entry to the sea at the head of Khutzeymateen Inlet. The river is within Khutze ...

                                               

Kemano River

The Kemano River is a river in the Kitimat Ranges of the Coast Mountains in British Columbia, Canada. It flows into Kemano Bay on the Gardner Canal near the Kemano powerhouse and former townsite.

                                               

Khutzeymateen River

The Khutzeymateen River is a river in the North Coast region of British Columbia, flowing west to the head of Khutzeymateen Inlet, which opens into Portland Inlet to the northwest of the City of Prince Rupert. Within its basin is a provincial par ...

                                               

Kiltuish River

Kiltuish River is a river in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It originates in the Kitimat Ranges, and flows about 25 km north to the Pacific Ocean at Kiltuish Inlet, an arm of the fjord Gardner Canal. The Kiltuish River is within the t ...

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