15 amazing rivers
A selection of photos of the most beautiful rivers of the planet.
Nature is a wonderful magician, who is able to turn any landscape into a magnificent phenomenon that impresses with its unusual shapes and colors, its grandeur and beauty.
The Odeleite River flows in Portugal and originates in the mountains of Serra de Caldeirão. After the picture got into a network river was called “Blue Dragon”.
Li River is famous not only for its magnificent scenery, here you can also visit the famous night fishing with cormorants.
River owes its unusual color to numerous algae and mosses, which are very picturesque shimmering in the sun under clear water.
River alatna is called one of most beautiful rivers of the United States. The river originates from the Brooks Range in Alaska.
So?a River is famous for its color, for what it is called “Emerald Beauty”. The rapids of the river attracts many fans of kayaking.
About two million people annually visit the Zambezi River to admire the stunning views of its water cascades. The famous Victoria Falls is located on the Zambezi River
Yangtze River – the longest river, not only in China but throughout Asia. It is the third-longest river in the world.
The largest river Missouri in the state of North Dakota is connected with the famous river “Heart”. It’s easy to guess how it got its name.
“Horseshoe” is a world famous natural attraction. On the territory of the Glen Canyon Colorado River surrounds craggy rocks, which looks like a horseshoe.
Amazon is not only one of the most water-bearing rivers, but also forms one of the most beautiful river basins on the planet.
Lena is the biggest river in the whole North-Eastern Siberia. Situated at its shores Lena Pillars are natural and at the same time incredible geological formations.
River with turquoise water flowing through the territory of Argentina and Chile, attracts lovers of rafting and canoeing from all over the world.
Hudson River drew the entire state of New York by its water flows. It was named after discoverer Henry Hudson in 1690.
The picturesque Danube cover the area ten European countries. It serves as the main water artery of Central Europe and for many years a source of inspiration for many European cultural figures.
This river is rightly called the “toiler” of North America. It connects the ten states and is the largest river system in North America.