River

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A river is a natural flowing watercourse, usually freshwater, flowing towards an ocean, sea, lake or another river. In some cases a river flows into the ground and becomes dry at the end of its course without reaching another body of water.
categoria principale: Rivers

Africa[modifica]

Madagascar[modifica]

Asia[modifica]

Turkey[modifica]

Southern Asia[modifica]

China[modifica]

Australia[modifica]

Europe[modifica]

France[modifica]

Ardèche[modifica]

Guadeloupe river[modifica]

Rouvre river[modifica]

Saône river[modifica]

Somme river[modifica]

Great Britain[modifica]

Elwy river[modifica]

Wensum river[modifica]

Italy[modifica]

Iceland[modifica]

Germany[modifica]

Leine river[modifica]

Inn River[modifica]

Poland[modifica]

Galleria principale: Rivers of Poland .

Spain[modifica]

categoria principale: Rivers of Spain

Ebro river[modifica]

Ebro river (riu Ebre in Catalan, río Ebro in Spanish) is the biggest river in the Iberian Peninsula

Fluvià river[modifica]

categoria principale: Fluvià

Guadalquivir river[modifica]

Galleria principale: Guadalquivir .

Miño river[modifica]

Galleria principale: Río Miño - Rio Minho .

Switzerland[modifica]

Ticino[modifica]

Ukraine[modifica]

Dnipro river[modifica]

Dniester river[modifica]

North America[modifica]

United States[modifica]

Canada[modifica]

Central America[modifica]

Honduras[modifica]

South America[modifica]

Argentina[modifica]

Colombia[modifica]