Styx River (disambiguation)
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The Styx is a river in Greek mythology that formed the boundary between Earth and the Underworld.
Styx River or River Styx may also refer to:
- Styx River (New South Wales)
- Styx River (East Central Queensland)
- Styx River (West Central Queensland)
- Styx River (Tasmania)
- Styx River (Perm) in Perm
- Styx River (Alabama)
- River Styx (Georgia)
- River Styx (Gratiot County, Michigan)
- River Styx (Marquette County, Michigan)
- Styx River (Ohio)
- River Styx, a semi-subterranean stream in Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky
- River Styx, the subterranean portion of Cave Creek in Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve
- Styx Branch, a stream in Tennessee
- River Styx, Ohio, a community located in Medina County, Ohio
- River Styx archaeological site, in Alachua County, Florida
- Hicham Bensassi, British rap poet and music producer also known as River Styx
- River Styx Magazine, based in St Louis, Missouri and associated poetry reading sessions
- The River Styx (painting) (Spanish: La Laguna Estigia), a painting by Filipino painter and hero Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo.
- Styx, a painting by Marianne von Werefkin
- "River Styx", a song by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, from the album Beat the Devil's Tattoo
- The name of the Nile River during Robert E. Howard's fictional Hyborian Age.
- River Styxx, a character in the Monster High franchise
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