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Dim River

Dim River is a Turkish river, located in the Alanya district of Antalya province. The source of the Dim River are the river systems in the highlands of Konya Province, with the river itself around 60 kilometres flowing westwards into the Mediterr ...

                                               

Duden River

The Duden River is a river of southern Anatolia, Turkey, the lower reaches of which traverse Duden Waterfalls, and enters the Mediterranean Sea east of Antalya. Anciently, it was a major river of Pamphylia. Pomponius Mela describes its ancient na ...

                                               

Filyos River

The Filyos River is a river in northern Turkey. The longest branch of the Filyos is formed near Karabuk by several tributaries. It flows to the west through a deep canyon past Yenice. Just north of Devrek, it is joined by major branches flowing f ...

                                               

Jaghjagh River

The Jaghjagh River is a tributary of the Khabur River in Turkey and Syria. The river was known in ancient Greek as the Mygdonius Ancient Greek: Μυγδόνιος, and lent its name to the city of Antioch in Mygdonia.

                                               

Kaledran Creek

Kaledran Creek is a short creek in Anamur ilçe of Mersin Province, south Turkey. The headwaters are in the Taurus Mountains close to Gungoren former Teniste village. It is a short creek where the birds flight distance between the headwaters and t ...

                                               

Kelkit River

The Kelkit River, is a river in the Black Sea Region of Turkey. It is the longest tributary of the Yesil River. Its name derives from the Armenian Gayl get "Wolf River" and the Greek name Lykos is a translation of gayl wolf. It was known as the L ...

                                               

Kuçuk Menderes River

Kuçuk Menderes, Cayster River or Kaystros River or Caystrus River is a river south of Izmir, Turkey. It generally flows westward and arrive at the Aegean Sea at Pamucak beach, near Selçuk, Izmir. The ancient city of Ephesus was once an important ...

                                               

Limonlu River

The Limonlu River, also known as Gokler Deresi, is a river of ancient Cilicia, now in Mersin Province, Turkey. The river rises at Yuğluk Dağı in the Taurus mountains and flows through deep gorges to the southwest until it reaches the Mediterranea ...

                                               

Manavgat River

Manavgat River in old historical texts) originates on the eastern slopes of Western Taurus Mountains in Turkey. At an elevation of 1.350 m, the outflow of several small springs joins together to become the headwaters of the Manavgat. The largest ...

                                               

Mert River

The River Mert ; anciently, the Lycastus is a river in Turkey which flows into the Black Sea at Samsun.

                                               

Mezitli River

Mezitli River is a rivulet in Mersin Province, Turkey The river flows in the mid-southern portion of the Toros Mountains from north to south. It is a short river and the birds flight distance between the headwaters and the mouth is about 20 kilom ...

                                               

Murat river

The Murat River, also called Eastern Euphrates, is a major source of the Euphrates River. The Ancient Greeks and Romans used to call the river Arsanias. It originates near Mount Ararat north of Lake Van, in Eastern Turkey, and flows westward for ...

                                               

Mustafakemalpasa River

The Mustafakemalpasha River, Orhaneli River or Adirnaz River is a river in northwestern Anatolia in the Bursa Province of Turkeys Marmara Region. It is named for the city of Mustafakemalpasa which lies near its delta onto Lake Uluabat. In antiqui ...

                                               

Nilufer River

The Nilufer or Niloufer River is a river in Turkey. From its source near the Uludağ and flowing past Bursa, the river tends to the northwest along its course of 203 kilometres. The Nilufer was the classical Odrysses Latin: Horisius. Its plain was ...

                                               

Pactolus

Pactolus, now named Sart Çayı, is a river near the Aegean coast of Turkey. The river rises from Mount Tmolus, flows through the ruins of the ancient city of Sardis, and empties into the Gediz River, the ancient Hermus. The Pactolus once contained ...

                                               

Payas River

The Payas River, in southern Anatolia near todays Turkey - Syria border, is believed to be the Pinarus River of antiquity, where Alexander the Great defeated Darius III of Persia in the First Battle of Issus, and the likely site of the second and ...

                                               

Pinarus River

The Pinarus River is a small stream in southern Anatolia near todays Turkey - Syria border. It was famous in antiquity as the site of the First Battle of Issus, where Alexander the Great defeated Darius III of Persia. Ancient sources describe it ...

                                               

Seyhan River

The Seyhan River is the longest river in Turkey that flows into the Mediterranean Sea. The river is 560 km and flows southwest from its headwaters in the Tahtalı-Mountains in the Anti-Taurus Mountains to the Mediterranean Sea via a broad delta. I ...

                                               

Shattak

The Shokh or Shattak river in Kurdistan appears to be the most distant of the sources of the eastern Tigris, arising from the foot of the lofty chain of Billi, from the snow-clad crest of which Mr. Layard clearly distinguished the Peak of Ararat, ...

                                               

Simav River

The Simav or Susurluk River is a river in Anatolian Turkey. Its course is 321 km long and its basin comprises 22 400 km 2. It was the classical Macestus. In the 19th century, it was known as the Mikalick. The Simav has its source in Kutahya Provi ...

                                               

Terme River

The Terme Stream is a modern Turkish waterway that flows through Terme, Turkey near the border of the Terme district, in central northern Turkey - between the coastal cities of Ordu and Samsun, about 50 kilometres east of Samsun. It flows into th ...

                                               

Yesilırmak (river)

The Yesilırmak is a river in northern Turkey. From its source north-east of Sivas, it flows past Tokat and Amasya, and reaches the Black Sea at Samsun after 418 km. Its tributaries include the Çekerek ancient Scylax and the Kelkit ancient Lycus. ...

                                               

Zamantı River

Zamantı River is a river in Central Anatolia, Turkey, crossing Kayseri Province in practically its whole course to join Seyhan River further south, of which it is the western, the longest and the most important tributary. Zamantı and Goksu join 8 ...

                                               

Ba Lai River

The Ba Lai River is a river in the Mekong Delta region, Vietnam, in Ben Tre Province, flowing between An Hoa Island and Bao Island. It is a direct tributary of the Tien River at the boundary of Phu Duc and Tan Phu Communes. At the beginning of th ...

                                               

Con River

Con River is a river of Vietnam. With a length of 171 km, it is the longest river in Bình Dinh Province. Much of it can be used as an inland waterway for transportation. It has its source at Ngoc Roo mountain at 925m above sea level in the border ...

                                               

Dồng Nai river

The Dồng Nai River is a river in Vietnam that originates in the Central Highlands region of the southern portion of the country. It is approximately 586 km in length, making it the longest river to be entirely located in Vietnam. It gives its nam ...

                                               

Gianh River

The Gianh River is a river in the Quảng Bình Province of Vietnams North Central Coast. The river is 268 kilometres in length. It was the border between ruling families during the partition of Vietnam following the Trinh–Nguyễn War of the 17th cen ...

                                               

Hàn River

The Hàn River is a river located in the South Central Coast region of Vietnam. It originates in Quảng Nam Province and empties into the South China Sea at Da Nang.

                                               

Kiến Giang River

The Kiến Giang River is a river in Le Thủy District, Quảng Bình Province, North Central Coast, Vietnam. The length of the river is 58 km. It is a tributary of the Nhat Le River. The Kiến Giang River originates in the Annamite Range where various ...

                                               

Long Dai River

The Long Dai River is a river in Quảng Ninh District of Quảng Bình Province, North Central Coast region of Vietnam. The river originates in the Annamite Range and flows generally northeastwards. Its total length is 77 km. The Long Dai River creat ...

                                               

Nhat Le River

The Nhat Le River is a river in Dồng Hới city, Quảng Bình Province, Vietnam. The Nhat Le River is 152 km long, of which the Kiến Giang River is 58 km in length, and the Long Dai River is 77 km long. The river is formed by the confluence of the Ki ...

                                               

Thai Bình River

Thai Bình river is the name of the Thai Bình river systems main river in Northern Vietnam. This river system joining with Red River system have brought alluvium to create Red River Delta. Thai Bình river starts in the area of Dồng Phuc commune, Y ...

                                               

Thu Bồn River

The Thu Bồn River is a river in central Vietnam, located in Quảng Nam Province. From its source near the border of Quảng Nam and Quảng Ngãi provinces, it flows northwest through Bắc Trà My, Phu Ninh, Hiep Dức and Quế Sơn districts; turning northe ...

                                               

Ager (river)

The Ager is a river in Upper Austria; it is the discharge of the Attersee between Schorfling am Attersee and Seewalchen, and by Lambach it flows into the Traun. The Ager emerged towards the end of the Wurm glaciation, when the mighty glaciers beg ...

                                               

Aist (river)

The Aist is a river system in Upper Austria, a tributary of the Danube. Via its source rivers the Feldaist and the Waldaist, and other streams, it drains an area of 647 km 2. The Aist rises in Hohensteg south of Pregarten and flows through the pr ...

                                               

Alfenz

The Alfenz is a river of Voralberg, Austria. The Alfenz is approximately 26 kilometres 16 mi long and the main river in the valley Klostertal. It originates from the confluence of the Flexenbach and the Rauzbach near Stuben. and flows in western ...

                                               

Alm (river)

Alm is a river in the Austrian state of Upper Austria. The Alms source is the lake Almsee. It is a right tributary of the Traun, which it meets near the town of Fischlham. Its largest tributary is the Laudach. Municipalities along the river are G ...

                                               

Alter Rhein

The Alter Rhein is the old river bed of the Alpine Rhine in St. Gallen and Vorarlberg in the Alpine Rhine Valley, which was cut off when the Rhine was straightened during the 20th century. These cut-off arms have become valuable recreational area ...

                                               

Alvier

The Alvier is a mountain stream in Vorarlberg, Austria. The Alvier flows through the Brandnertal passing through the municipalities of Brand and Burs, where it discharges into the Ill. The waters have created numerous Kolks in the riverbed which ...

                                               

Aurach (Ager)

Aurach is a river in the Austrian state of Upper Austria. It originates in the area of the mountain Hochleckenkogel in the Hollengebirge and flows through the wooden rich Aurach Valley, that spreads through the communities of Altmunster and Pinsd ...

                                               

Breitach

The Breitach is a 24 km long mountain river, the southwestern source of the Iller in the Allgau Alps, in the states of Vorarlberg and Bavaria.

                                               

German Thaya

The German Thaya or Austrian Thaya is a river in Lower Austria. Despite its name, no part of the river is in Germany. It originates southwest of Schweiggers at an altitude of 657.5 metres 2.157 ft. First, it flows in north-easterly direction to t ...

                                               

Glan (Gurk)

The Glan is a river in Carinthia, Austria, a right tributary of the Gurk. It is 64.3 km long. It rises north of the Worthersee in the Ossiach Tauern, then running through Feldkirchen, going northeastwards passing the castle Burgruine Glanegg unti ...

                                               

Glanfurt

Glanfurt is a river of Carinthia, Austria. The Glanfurt is also called Sattnitz by the Carinthian people. It is the outflow of the Worthersee. It starts at the lakes eastern bay, south of the peninsula Maria Loretto and runs more like a channel s ...

                                               

Golsen

The Golsen is a river in Lower Austria, in the Mostviertel. It is a tributary of the Traisen. The river begins in Hainfeld with the confluence of the Fliedersbach and the Ramsaubach also called the Innere Golsen. It then flows through the communi ...

                                               

Gschnitzbach

The Gschnitzbach is a river of Tyrol, Austria. The Gschnitzbach springs from the lake Lauterersee in the Stubai Alps. It flows from South to North and merges with the Sill at Steinach am Brenner. It has a length of about 20 kilometres 12 mi and p ...

                                               

Gurk (river)

The Gurk is a river in the Austrian state of Carinthia, a left tributary of the Drava. With a length of 156 km it is the longest river running entirely within Carinthia. The river basin covers about 27% of the states territory. The Gurk rises in ...

                                               

Hottinger Bach

The Hottinger Bach is a river of Tyrol, Austria. It is a 4 km long left tributary of the Inn in Innsbruck and lies in full on the Innsbruck city area. The Hottinger Bach originates on 1.100 m AA below the Umbruckler Alm and runs straight in south ...

                                               

Innbach

The Innbach is a river in Upper Austria with a length of approximately 59 km. Its source is near Gaspoltshofen at the foot of the Hausruck hills and empties into the Danube at Wilhering. Its drainage basin covers 196 km 2. After Gaspoltshofen, th ...

                                               

Loisach

The Loisach is a river that flows through Tyrol, Austria and Bavaria, Germany. Its name might be Celtic in origin, from Proto-Celtic *lawo and *iskā, both of which mean "water". But the suffix -ach is Germanic or pre-Germanic. Another possibility ...