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riverscape

[ riv-er-skeyp ]
/ ˈrɪv ərˌskeɪp /
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noun
a view, painting, etc., of a river and the land surrounding or adjacent to it.
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Origin of riverscape

First recorded in 1900–05; river1 + -scape
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