Water is essential for living, as well as its different forms in nature that have always attracted humans. In this article, we are going to tell you about the 10 most magnificent waterfalls and also know where you need to go to see them.
Rhine Falls, Switzerland
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Located just a few kilometers from Lake Constance, the waterfall is about 150 meters wide and falls from a height of 23 meters. It is also possible to take a boat to see it nearby.
Angel Falls, Venezuela
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The world's highest waterfall falls from a height of 979 meters. The waterfall, which falls from Venezuela's table top mountain, actually originates from the Rio Churun River. Small drops of water fall from such a height and take a completely different form until they fall on earth.
Victoria Falls, Zambia/Zimbabwe
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Victoria Falls, joined by World Heritage, spans two African countries, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The world's widest waterfall is 1708 meters wide. Every second, 10,000 cubic meters of water fall into this waterfall from a height of about 100 meters.
Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia
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The lake has been listed by UNESCO on the list of natural heritage. Those who go to Croatia also visit it. At the same time, the waterfall is also very special as it connects 16 lakes built-in terraced shape. Many wonders can be seen simultaneously in the National Park.
Niagara Falls, U.S./Canada
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This waterfall located on the US and Canadian border, and as the weather changes here, water drops from 2,800 to 5,700 cubic meters per second. In fact, Niagara has three waterfalls - American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and Horseshoe Falls.
Ouzoud Falls, Morocco
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The waterfall, falling from a peak of Atlas Mountain in Morocco, is the highest waterfall in the country. Through red rocks, it falls from an altitude of about 110 meters and eventually turns into a small lake. Tourists can also descend along with waterfalls from this height.
Iguazu Falls, Brazil/Argentina
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In Iguazu, spread between Brazil and Argentina, 275 waterfalls fall in a length of about 700 meters and a width of 150 meters. This wonder of nature has been declared a world heritage. You can sit in a speed boat and go too close to the water stream.
Ban Gioc Waterfall, China/Vietnam
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Located on the border of China and Vietnam, the waterfall is about 300 meters wide. The water appears to descend from a rock about 50 meters high in several phases. The River Kwai Khuan, which falls in it, is flooded with water between May and September.
Seljalandsfoss Falls, Iceland
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There are thousands of waterfalls in Iceland. The Sellands Waterfall, located south of it, is special because people can go behind its water stream and see a different kind of view. In the evening, it is quite beautiful.
Gullfoss Falls, Iceland
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Iceland is also known as the Island of Fire and Ice. The giant Golden Falls is about 229 meters wide. Tourists arrive here and can see the enchanting sight of the waterfall with a nearby terrace.
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