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List of waterways

Total length of waterways per country in kilometers.

This is a list of waterways defined as navigable rivers, canals, estuaries or firths.

International waterways

Countries

Afghanistan

Australia

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bulgaria

Canada

Chile

Cyprus

Egypt

France

India

  • NW-1:-Ganges river [Allahabad to Haldia stretch (1,620 km)]
  • NW-4:-Godavari & Krishna river canal between kakinada & puducherry (1095 km) [The kakinada-puducherry stretch of canals and the kaluvelly tank, bhadrachalam-rajahmundry stretch of river godavari & wazirabad- vijaywada stretch of krishna river]
  • NW-5:-Brahmani river & mahanadi delta system, along with east coast (623km) [The talchar-dhamra stretch of river brahmani, geonkhali-charbatia stretch of east coast canal, charbatia-dharma stretch of matai river and mangalgadi-paradip stretch of mahanadi delta river]

Japan

Morocco

Netherlands

New Zealand

 Pakistan

Mainly first five are main river of pakistan. There are hundreds of small river through out the country.
  • Ravi River
  • Jhelum river
  • Sutlej
  • Kabul river
  • Sawan river
  • Haroo river

Philippines

Russia

Switzerland

Turkey

Turkmenistan

United Kingdom

United States

Uruguay

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