Geography > World Rivers
Major Rivers
Africa
Nile, Congo, Niger, Zambezi, Orange
Asia
Amur, Mecong, Indus, Salween, Brahmaputra, Euphrates, Amur Dar'ya, Ganges, Irrawaddy,
Tigris, Sungari, Zaire, Heilong, Xi Jiang
Australia
Murray-Darling, Darling
Canada
Mackenzie-Peace, St. Lawrence, Nelson, Columbia, Saskatchewan, Peace-Finlay,
Churchill, Fraser, Athabasco
China
Yangtze, Hwang, Si
England
Avon, Barrow, Severn, Shannon, Suir, Taff, Teme, Usk, Wye
Europe
Adige, Arno, Aube, Bann, Belice, Danube, Duero, Ebro, Elbe, Ems. Eyre, Genil, Ibar. Inn, Jucar, Kiel, Kinzig, Lahn, Lesse, Lippe, Loire, Lys, Marne, Maas, Main, Mira, Moselle, Muese, Murg, Nahe, Nalon, Neckar, Odet, Oise, Orb, Orge, Orne, Pas, Plave, Po, Rhine, Rhone, Rhur, Saale,Saar, Salvo, Sauer, Seig, Seine, Sella, Somme, Tajo, Tiber, Tisza, Turia, Yser, Weser
Russia
Ob-Irtysh, Yenisey-Angara, Lena, Volga,
Syr-Dar'ya, Kolyma, Ural, Dnieper, Kama, Don, Angara, Pechora, Oka, Dniester,
Northern Dvina
South America
Amazon, Beni, Parana, Madeira, Purus, Rio Grande, Sao Francisco, Tocantins, Orinoco, Paraguay, Japura, Negro, Pilcomayo, Uruguay, Loa(Chile)
United States
Mississippi, Missouri, Yukon, Rio Grande,
Arkansas, Colorado, Ohio-Allegheny, Columbia, Red, Brazos, Snake, Platte ,
Canadian, Tennessee, Colorado
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