What are the waterfalls on the river Thames called?
There are no waterfalls on the river Thames.
The river Thames has 19 waterfalls.
There are no waterfalls on the River Thames.
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It has no waterfalls. Its course is through pretty flat country.
The total elevation of the Thames over it's 215 miles length is only 360 ft. There are no waterfalls.
It is named Thames after its Roman name - Tamesis.
No, only Weirs near Locks which are minuscule Waterfalls and are not suitable for boats or canoes.
it is named after its roman name (tamesis)
Yes, but it is now called the Waihou River. It empties into the Firth Of Thames, which is in the Thames Valley.
The Thames river is called 'la Tamise' (fem.) in French.
It's called the Niagara River.
From a spring at a place called Thames Head.
The main tributaries of the Thames are the Cherwell, Wey and Medway.
It does but its called the estuary.
A mechanism for raising or lowering ships in a river that has rapids or waterfalls is called dam and lock system. It is a special kind of dam system.
Historians are unsure of its original name but the Romans called it Tamesis - and that was nearly 2000 years ago.
The Thames River is in southern England. It starts in Kemble near Gloucester then ambles eastward through Oxford and London finally emptying into the English Channel after about 210 miles. There is also another Thames in Ontario, Canada.
The recognised source of the River Thames is at a place called Thames Head, one mile north of the village of Kemble in the Cotswolds.
yes it does. it is called liveingstone falls
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It's called the Thames.
From its Roman name - Tamesis.
The River Thames has multiple confluences. One such is the confluence of the River Thames and the River Darent at Dartford.
A lock is the mechanism for raising and lowering ships in a river that has rapids or waterfalls. Locks are used to make navigation an easier task.
The longest is the River Thames. And the one with the largest catchment is the Trent.
The River Thames begins in Thames Head, Gloucestershire
the ganges river has 0 waterfalls in it.
The Congo river has 30 waterfalls.
There are 6 waterfalls in the Nile river
No. There are actually several rivers called the Avon. (It's the Welsh word for river.)
It is the Thames but in Oxford it is also called the Isis.
The river Thames is in England.
The population of Gravesend, Kent, United Kingdom is about 66,000. It resides at the mouth of the River Thames, which is called the Thames Estuary.
The River Thames has its source at the Thames Head in Gloucestershire, and ends at the Thames Estuary in Essex.
the river is thames is the the longest river in london
Thames is pronounced "Temms", River is just River!
Yes. In Ontario Canada
The Thames was not made; it is a river. The Thames River runs through southern England.
Thames Head in Gloucestershire is traditionally identified as the source of the river Thames.
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The Thames River is in the country of England.
The River Thames does not have a delta.
It is the name of the river
There are various famous lakes and waterfalls along the Mississippi River. The largest lake is called Sardis Lake. St Anthony Falls happens to be the one and only natural waterfall along the river.
It doesn't. The river Thames flows into the North Sea.
emus EMUS?? :-) I dare say there might be some emus there, but most of "what" lives by the R. Thames is "who" - they are called Londoners!
Many people have died in the river Thames. Many people die in the river Thames from flooding.
The River Thames flows through England.
The Nile Is In Egypt and the Thames is in London