Harlingen -- city in Cameron County, Texas near the Texas/Mexico border. It's location on two interstates and its port make it a distribution, shipping, and industrial center. Bill Haley was from Harlingen.
Bergrivier - The first known European record of the Berg River was made by bailiff Abraham Gabbema in 1657 when Dutch Governor Jan van Riebeeck sent him to trade with the Khoikhoi for meat for the settlement at the Cape. Gabbema named the river the ‘Groot Berg Rivier’.
Levant -- historical geographical term referring to a large area in the Eastern Mediterranean region of Western Asia. In its narrowest sense, it is equivalent to the historical region of Syria, which included present-day Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Palestine and most of Turkey southwest of the middle Euphrates. In its widest historical sense, the Levant included all of the Eastern Mediterranean with its islands.
VAN REENEN - A small town at the top of the pass road in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa - Here you will find the Llandaff Oratory. The oratory was built by Maynard Mathews in memory of his son Llandaff Mathews who died while saving the lives of eight colleagues at the Burnside Colliery mine on 19 March 1925 The oratory seats just eight people, apparently the same number of people Llandaff saved in the mine accident, and is architecturally based on a wing of Cardiff Cathedral in Wales.
Bela-Bela (Tswana for "the pot that boils") is a town in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. Deriving its name from the geothermic hot springs around which the town was built. Its hot springs produce 22,000 litres per hour at 52 °C (126 °F).
I saw just the other day that they are planning to uncover parts of the Senne in Brussels. It was covered over many years ago and built on (a train station I think) but now they think that cities are better with rivers and open space.
Senekal Is a town situated on the banks of the Sand River in the eastern part of the Free State province of South Africa. As a farming area it is known for it's farm murders and attacks on innocent farmers.