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Niagara - Wikipedia Niagara From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search Look up niagara in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.Niagara may refer to: Contents 1 Geography 1.1 Niagara Falls and nearby places 1.2 Other U.S. locations 1.3 Other Canadian locations 2 Military units 3 Military engagements 4 Ships 5 Arts and entertainment 6 Other uses 7 See also Geography[edit] Niagara Falls and nearby places[edit] In both the United States and Canada Niagara Falls, the famous waterfalls in the Niagara River Niagara River, part of the U.S.–Canada border Niagara Escarpment, the cliff over which the river forms the falls Niagara Whirlpool, a natural whirlpool downstream from the falls Niagara Gorge, formed by the recession of the falls Buffalo Niagara Region United States Niagara Falls, New York, the U.S. city adjacent to the falls Niagara County, New York Niagara Falls State Park, the oldest state park in the US Niagara Escarpment AVA, New York wine region Niagara, New York, a town Fort Niagara, near Youngstown, New York Niagara Frontier, a region south of Lakes Ontario and Erie Buffalo – Niagara Falls metropolitan area Bushkill Falls, also known as "Niagara of Pennsylvania" Canada Niagara Falls, Ontario, the Canadian city adjacent to the falls Niagara-on-the-Lake Niagara Peninsula, between Lakes Ontario and Erie Regional Municipality of Niagara Anglican Diocese of Niagara Australia Niagara, Western Australia, an abandoned town in the goldfieldsOther U.S. locations[edit] Niagara, Kentucky Niagara, North Dakota, a town Niagara, Oregon, an unincorporated community Niagara, Wisconsin, a city Niagara (town), WisconsinOther Canadian locations[edit] Niagara, Toronto, a neighbourhood of Toronto Niagara, British Columbia, a ghost town in the Boundary Region of BC Niagara Peak, a mountain in the Cariboo Mountains of British Columbia, named in association with Niagara Creek Mitchell Lake/Niagara Park was the original name of Cariboo Mountains Provincial Park Niagara Peak, a mountain in the Cariboo Mountains of British Columbia, named in association with Niagara CreekMilitary units[edit] British Army 52 (Niagara) Battery Royal ArtilleryMilitary engagements[edit] Battle of Lundy's Lane (1814), also known as the Battle of Niagara Falls of the War of 1812, taking place in July 1814. The Battle of Fort Niagara of the Seven Years' War, taking place in July 1759. The Capture of Fort Niagara of the War of 1812, taking place in December 1813.Ships[edit] HMS Niagara, a Royal Navy brig captured and renamed the USS Linnet (1814) USS Niagara, any of several ships in the U.S. Navy RMS Niagara, a New Zealand civilian liner Niagara (palace steamer), a steamboat that sank on the Great Lakes in 1856Arts and entertainment[edit] Niagara (Frederic Edwin Church), an 1857 painting Niagara (film), a 1953 film noir starring Marilyn Monroe "Niagara" (The Office), a two-part episode of the American television series The Office Niagara (artist), an American singer and artist Niagara (board game) Niagara (band), a French synthpop duo Niagara revel, the project by Eiichi OtakiOther uses[edit] Niagara (grape) NYC Niagara a steam locomotive used by the New York Central Railroad Niagara University in Niagara County, New York Niagara College in Niagara Region, Ontario UltraSPARC T1, a microprocessor codenamed Niagara UltraSPARC T2, a microprocessor codenamed Niagara II SPARC T3, a microprocessor codenamed Niagara 3 Pobjoy Niagara, a British aircraft engineSee also[edit] Niagara Falls (disambiguation) Battle of Niagara (disambiguation) Disambiguation page providing links to articles with similar titlesThis disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Niagara. 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