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New Caledonia, France (-21.23557 165.24462)
The Diahot River is the longest river of New Caledonia, flowing for some 100 kilometres (62 mi). It has a catchment area of 620 km2 (240 sq mi) and opens north-westward into the Baie d'Harcourt, flowing towards the northern point of the island along the western escarpment of the Mount Panié. Most of the island is covered by wet evergreen forests, while savannahs dominate the lower elevations. The New Caledonian lagoon, with a total area of 24,000 square kilometres (9,300 sq mi) is one of the largest lagoons in the world. It is surrounded by the New Caledonia Barrier Reef.
Jura Mountains Regional Natural Park, D 69E1, Sur le Villard, Longchaumois, Saint-Claude, Jura, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, Metropolitan France, 39400, France (46.44931 5.88957)
Coordinates: 46.08513 5.60397 46.81329 6.45848 - Minimum elevation: 183 m - Maximum elevation: 2,641 m - Average elevation: 716 m
Le Verdon, Castellane, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, Metropolitan France, 04370, France (43.80071 6.25400)
Coordinates: 43.69373 5.74498 44.32086 6.63655 - Minimum elevation: 60 m - Maximum elevation: 3,229 m - Average elevation: 964 m