Kabarega Falls
geographical name see Kabalega Falls

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Albert, Lake — Lake, east central Africa. Lying at an altitude of 2,021 ft (616 m), it is 100 mi (160 km) long and has an average width of about 20 mi (32 km). In the southwest, the Semliki River brings into the lake the waters of Lake Edward; at its… …   Universalium

  • Кабарега — водопад на р. Виктория Нил; Уганда. Открыл в 1864 г. англ, путешественник С. Бейкер и назвал Мерчисон Фоллс в честь крупного англ, геолога Мерчисона (R. Murchison, 1792 1871), фолл (fall) англ, водопад . В 1972 г. переименован в Кабарега в честь… …   Географическая энциклопедия

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