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The valley extends for approximately 50 miles ( 80 km ) southeast to northwest from Aspen northwest to Glenwood Springs at the mouth of the Roaring Fork on the Colorado River, ranging in width between 1 mile ( 1. 6 km ) and 5 miles ( 8 km ).
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The modern city not only encloses the entire harbor but takes up the better part of the Gulf of Ajaccio and in suburban form extends for some miles up the valley of the Gravona River.
Today, the term is most often used to refer to the valley of the East African Rift, the divergent plate boundary which extends from the Afar Triple Junction southward across eastern Africa, and is in the process of splitting the African Plate into two new separate plates.
Roads from the Old Town valley lead towards the Victorian area of Clive Vale and the former village of Ore, from which " The Ridge ", marking the effective boundary of Hastings, extends north-westwards towards Battle.
The northernmost part of the municipality extends to the plain of the Glatt valley and to the saddle which makes the connection between the Glattal and Furttal.
The largest salt pan in the park extends from the Ashford Mill Site to the Salt Creek Hills, covering some of the valley floor.
Muskellunge are found in oligotrophic and mesotrophic lakes and large rivers from northern Michigan, northern Wisconsin and northern Minnesota through the Great Lakes region, north into Canada, throughout most of the St Lawrence River drainage and northward throughout the upper Mississippi valley, although the species also extends as far south as Chattanooga in the Tennessee River valley.
The Crow, also called the Apsáalooke in their own Siouan language, or Absaroka, are a federally recognized tribe of Native Americans who in historical times lived in the Yellowstone River valley, which extends from present-day Wyoming, through Montana and into North Dakota, where it joins the Missouri River.
This mass is cleft by a deep valley — the Calfeisental: one branch, culminating in the Pizol ( 2, 844 m ), extends east over Pfäfers, while another, including the highest peak of the canton of St. Gallen, the Ringelspitz ( 3, 247 m ), runs due east to the low Kunkels Pass ( 1, 357 m ), separating this range from the Calanda.
This makes a large difference between the south, where the lateral short valleys descend abruptly into the deep trench forming the valley of the Rhone and the north, where the Bernese Alps extends through a great part of the canton of Berne ( Bernese Oberland ), throwing out branches to the west into the adjoining cantons of Vaud and Fribourg.
A very remarkable meridional range extends for 100 miles northwards from the Hindu Kush ( it is across this range that the route from Zebak to Ishkashim lies ), which determines the great bend of the Oxus river northwards from Ishkashim, and narrows the valley of that river into the formation of a trough as far as the next bend westwards at Kala Wamar.
Kilkenny extends southward from Laois to the valley of the Suir and eastward from the Munster-Leinster border to the River Barrow.
The Stockton Arch is an upwarping of the crust beneath the valley sediments which extends southwest to northeast across the valley.
The Mississippi Embayment extends to the Saline River valley along the east and southeast edge of Bradley County.
But on almost all maps of the area, and especially in local usage, the name identifies the geographic valley that extends south of the city of Moab.
The town also extends eastwards up the valley through which the Estero de Reñaca flows, it is here that the majority of the year-round population lives.
Beginning around the village of Barqueiros ( located about 40 miles ( about 70 km ) upstream from Porto ), the valley extends eastward nearly to the Spanish border.
Recent alluvium fills the deeply incised valley of the Weaver and also extends across the Marsh to the Mersey Estuary.
The metropolitan area extends in all directions along the floodplain of the Brisbane River valley between the bay and the Great Dividing Range.
It extends from the valley of the Red Main River to the Czech border, a few foothills spilling over into the Czech Republic.
This valley is bordered by the Sierra Nevada to the west, the La Malinche volcano to the east, and extends over parts of the states of Puebla and Tlaxcala.
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The valley was only a few hundred yards wide with just about room enough for a properly performed hundred-and-eighty-degree turn.
In the Sacramento valley in California, for instance, it has been observed that there was not one day's difference between the emergence of the andrenas and the opening of the willow catkins.
The drier and more continental climate is beneficial for steppe-forests dominated by deciduous oaks, with areas of shrubland, montane forest, and valley forest.
With Abu Imran's recommendation, Yahya ibn Ibrahim made his way to the ribat of Waggag ibn Zelu in the Sous valley of southern Morocco, to seek out a Maliki teacher for his people.
The oldest indication for its use in Europe comes from the Stellmoor in the Ahrensburg valley north of Hamburg, Germany and dates from the late Paleolithic, about 10, 000 – 9000 BCE.
The shelter provided by these two mountainous ridges has produced a " micro climate " which provides relatively mild temperatures for the region and, coupled with the fertile glacial sedimentary soils on the valley floor, the region is conducive to growing vegetable and fruit crops.
Particularly famous for its apple crop, the valley hosts in excess of 1, 000 farms of various types, the majority being relatively small family-owned operations.
Agriculture in the Annapolis valley boomed in the late 19th century with the arrival of the Windsor and Annapolis Railway, later the Dominion Atlantic Railway, which developed large export markets for Annapolis Valley apples.
In the Middle Ages, they were known as Beja, and convoyed pilgrims from the Nile valley to Aidhab, the port of embarkation for Jeddah.
A bridge is a structure built to span physical obstacles such as a body of water, valley, or road, for the purpose of providing passage over the obstacle.
An example is the Aran Valley ( now a Gascon-speaking part of Catalonia ), for ( h ) aran is the Basque word for " valley ".
The broad sweep of the Merrimack River valley floodplain provided good soil for farming beans, gourds, pumpkins, melons and maize.
Fremont named the river flowing through the valley Carson River in honor of Christopher " Kit " Carson, the mountain man and scout he had hired for his expedition.
Since these geographic considerations imply that, not including the hill within, the walls would be willfully making the city prone to attack from it, some scholars, including the late 19th century surveyors of the Palestine Exploration Fund, consider it unlikely that a wall would ever have been built that would cut the hill off from the city in the valley ; archaeological evidence for the existence of an earlier city wall in such a location has never been found.
North of Isna ( 160 km north of Aswan ), the plateau on both sides of the valley rises to as much as 550 m above sea level ; at Qina ( some 90 km north of Isna ) the 300-m limestone cliffs force the Nile to change course towards the southwest for about 60 km before it turns northwest for about 160 km to Asyut.
Belgian journalist Jo Gérard has claimed that a family manuscript dated 1781 recounts that potatoes were deep-fried prior to 1680 in what was then the Spanish Netherlands and is now present-day Belgium, in the Meuse valley: " The inhabitants of Namur, Andenne, and Dinant, had the custom of fishing in the Meuse for small fish and frying, especially among the poor, but when the river was frozen and fishing became hazardous, they cut potatoes in the form of small fish and put them in a fryer like those here ".
There is evidence of prehistoric settlements at the site of the town: flint arrowheads and Bronze Age artefacts have been found ; Iron Age forts have been excavated on both the East and West Hills suggests an early move to the safety of the valley in between, so that the settlement was already a port when the Romans arrived in Britain for the first time in 55 BC.
The aridization period that lasted for a millennium from the end of the 2nd millennium to the beginning of the 1st millennium BCE caused depopulation of the arid belts and river valley oasis areas, their population moved north to the forest-steppe zone.
The early Kyrgyz lived in the upper Yenisey River valley, central Siberia ( see Yenisei Kirghiz for details ).
Kabul is over 3, 500 years old ; many empires have long fought over the valley for its strategic location along the trade routes of South and Central Asia.
Report of a massacre in the close by Bamiyan is recorded around this period, where the entire population of the valley was annihilated by the Mongol troops as a revenge for the death of Genghis Khan's grandson.