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rivers in the USA vs rivers of the USA

Hello! Please, look at the following sentences:

a). Rivers in the USA are beautiful.

b). (The) Rivers of the USA are beautiful.

My questions:

1. Which variant is more idiomatic?

2. Is there any difference in meaning between them?

3.  Should I use "the" in (b)?

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