River Valley

Some articles on river valley, valley, river, valleys:

River Valley, Singapore - Features
... The residential areas within River Valley consist mainly of private property for the middle and high income sections of the population ... River Valley is also a popular eating spot for Singaporeans ... well-known eatery selling Nasi Padang, appropriately named "River Valley Nasi Padang." ...
Laurier Heights, Edmonton - Surrounding Neighbourhoods
... Jasper Park Parkview River Valley Capital Hill Lynnwood River Valley Capital Hill River Valley Laurier Laurier Heights River Valley Laurier Rio Terrace River Valley Laurier Quesnell Heights River Valley ...
Arkansas Hills
... in Central Colorado located between the upper Arkansas River Valley and the upper South Platte River Valley ... and Sangre de Cristo Ranges to the west across the Arkansas River Valley ...
Lillooet Country
... the central Fraser Canyon town of Lillooet west to the valley of the Lillooet River, and including the valleys in between, in the Southern Interior of British Columbia ... which spanned east of the Fraser all the way to the North Thompson River ... original Lillooet Country, or "Old Lillooet", lies in the valley of the Lillooet River, the name of which is derived from the St'at'imcets-speaking First Nations people who live there, the Lil'wat-ul ...
... Sumgal is a now-deserted town in the Karakash River valley in Xinjiang, China ... from Gsum Rgal meaning "three fords" in Ladakhi ), on the banks of the Karakash river, approximately 7 miles upstream from Sumgal in Ladakh and ... connecting Sumgal, (36° 11' 58 N, 78° 46' 50 E) in the Karakash River valley to the town of Pusha, (36.3833° N, 79° E), formerly Bushia, in the Yurungkash River valley, in ...

Famous quotes containing the words valley and/or river:

    Down in the valley,
    Valley so low,
    Hang your head over,
    Hear the train blow.
    —Unknown. Down in the Valley (l. 1–4)

    The Xanthus or Scamander is not a mere dry channel and bed of a mountain torrent, but fed by the ever-flowing springs of fame ... and I trust that I may be allowed to associate our muddy but much abused Concord River with the most famous in history.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)