River Thames


River Thames

Thames is der englischsprachige Name für


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  • River Thames — Thames redirects here. For other uses, see Thames (disambiguation). Coordinates: 51°29′56″N 0°36′31″E / 51.4989°N 0.6087°E / 5 …   Wikipedia

  • River Thames — noun the longest river in England; flows eastward through London to the North Sea • Syn: ↑Thames, ↑Thames River • Instance Hypernyms: ↑river • Part Holonyms: ↑England …   Useful english dictionary

  • River Thames frost fairs — were fairs held on the River Thames at London when that portion of the river sometimes froze over, during the 15th–19th centuries, when the British winter climate was more severe than it is now.During the Great Frost of (1683–1684), the worst… …   Wikipedia

  • River Thames whale — wikinewshas|news coverage related to this subject * * * *The River Thames Whale was a juvenile female Northern Bottlenose whale which was discovered swimming in the River Thames in central London on Friday 20 January 2006. According to the BBC,… …   Wikipedia

  • List of crossings of the River Thames — London Bridge, in central London Newbridge, i …   Wikipedia

  • Locks and weirs on the River Thames — The English River Thames is navigable from Lechlade to the sea, and this part of the river falls 71 metres (234 feet). There are 45 locks on the river, each with one or more adjacent weirs. These lock and weir combinations are used for… …   Wikipedia

  • Rowing on the River Thames — The River Thames is one of the main rowing areas in England, with activity taking place on the Tideway and on the 45 separate lock reaches on the non tidal section. The river hosts two major rowing events The Boat Race and Henley Royal Regatta,… …   Wikipedia

  • Islands in the River Thames — This article lists the islands in the River Thames, in England. It excludes many of the smaller lock islands that were created when weirs and locks were built, and also some very small islands that immediately adjoin the larger ones. The Isle of… …   Wikipedia

  • Sailing on the River Thames — is practised on both the tidal and non tidal reaches of the river. The highest club upstream is at Oxford. The most popular sailing craft used on the Thames are lasers, GP14s, Wayfarers and Enterprises. One sailing boat unique to the Thames is… …   Wikipedia

  • Tunnels underneath the River Thames — There are many tunnels under the River Thames in and near London, which, thanks largely to its underlying bed of clay, is one of the most tunnelled cities in the world. The tunnels are used for road vehicles, pedestrians, Tube and railway lines… …   Wikipedia