Cities at the Bank of River

City / Town

River

City / Town

River

Kabul

Kabul

Guangzhou  Canton

Pearl River

Allahabad

Confluence of Ganga, Jamuna, Saraswati

Basra (Iraq)

Shatt-Al-Arab  (Tigris-  Euphrates)

Nasik

Godawari

Cairo (Egypt)

Nile

Kolkata

Hooghly

Ankara (Turkey)

Ankara

Cuttack

Mahanadi

Baghdad (Iraq)

Tigris

Patna

Ganga

Berlin (Germany)

Spree

Chittagong

Kamaphuli

Khartoum (Sudan) Nile

 

Lucknow

Gomati

Belgrade

Danube, Sava

Jamshedpur

Subamarekha 

Cologne (Germany)

Rhine

Haridwar

Ganga

Lisbon (Portugal)

Tagus

Delhi

Jamuna

Glasgow (Scotland)

Clyde

Kanpur

Ganga

Paris (France)

Seine

Surat

Tapti

Hamburg (Germany)

Elbe

Srinagar  (J & K)

Jhelum 

Budapest (Hungary) 

Danube

Ferozepur (Punjab)

Sutlej

Rome (Italy)

Tiber

Ludhiana (Punjab)

Sutlej

Warsaw (Poland)

Vistula

Karachi (Pak)

Malir, Lyari and Indus

Bristol (U.K.)

Avon

Lahore (Pak)

Ravi

London (U.K.)

Thames

Vijayawada

Krishna

New Castle (U.K.)

Tyne

Varanasi

Ganga

New York (U.S.A)

Hudson

Yangon Myanmar)

Irrawaddy

Chongqing (China)

Yang-tze and Jailing

Akyab (Myanmar)

Irrawaddy

New Orleans

Mississippi

Shanghai (china)

Yang -tze

Montreal (Canada)

St. Lawrence

Nanking (China

Yang -tze

Quebec (Canada)

St. Lawrence

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