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A flood-meadow (or floodmeadow) is an area of grassland or pasture beside a river, subject to seasonal flooding. Flood-meadows are distinct from water-meadows in that the latter are artificially created and maintained, with flooding controlled on a seasonal and even daily basis.
Bosnia and Herzegovina:
- Angel & Greyhound Meadow, Oxford
- Christ Church Meadow, Oxford
- Mill Meadows, Henley-on-Thames
- Port Meadow, Oxford
- Mottey Meadows, Staffordshire