River Mite


The River Mite is a river in the county of Cumbria in northern England. The valley through which the river Mite runs is called Miterdale. The name Mite is thought to be of British origin and related to a root such as 'meigh': to urinate or dribble, possibly a wry reflection of the relatively minor nature of the Mite. The Mite rises on Tongue Moor, immediately below the peak of Illgill Head to the north west, at an altitude of around 550 metres. Ir al mapa ⬆⬆

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Cruces monumentales de Inglaterra

  1. Cruz de Irton

Nuclear accidents and incidents

  1. Planta termal de reprocesamiento de óxido

1957 in politics

  1. Incendio de Windscale

Religious buildings completed in 1899

  1. St Mary's Church, Gosforth

Fells of the Lake District

  1. Whin Rigg

Special Areas of Conservation in England

  1. River Ehen

Ríos y afluentes

  1. River Irt
  2. River Mite

Localidades / Poblaciones / Aldeas

  1. Stub Place

Localidades / Poblaciones

  1. Ravenglass

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