Germansen River

The Germansen River, formerly Germansen Creek, is a major south tributary of the Omenica River in the Northern Interior of British Columbia, . The settlement and former gold-rush centre of Germansens Landing is located at its confluence with the Omineca.

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Hamlet
is an unincorporated settlement on the , at the confluence of that river and its tributary the Germansen, in the Northern Interior of British Columbia, .

Germansen River

Latitude
55.7831° or 55° 46' 59.1" north
Longitude
-124.6847° or 124° 41' 4.9" west
Open Location Code
947QQ8M8+64
Elevation
761 metres (2497 feet)
Geo­Names ID
5960663

Also Known As

  • Cebuano: Germansen River
  • Hebrew: ג'רמנסן
  • Hebrew: נהר ג'רמאנסן
  • Hebrew: נהר ג'רמנסן
  • Irish: Abhainn Germansen
  • Spanish: Germansen
  • Swedish: Germansen River
  • Urdu: جرمنسین دریا
  • Welsh: Afon Germansen

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