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Iguazu Falls: A Natural Wonder of Incomparable Beauty
The Iguazu Falls are a set of 275 waterfalls located in the Iguazu River, on the border between Argentina and Brazil. They are the largest waterfalls in the world in terms of the volume of water they discharge, and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
The Iguazu River originates in the Serra do Mar, Brazil, and flows west to its mouth in the Paraná River. The falls are located at the point where the Iguazu River narrows, forming a 2,700-meter-wide gorge.
The falls are divided into two main sections: the Upper Falls and the Lower Falls. The Upper Falls, located on the Argentine side, are the largest and most spectacular. The Lower Falls are smaller, but still impressive.
The Devil's Throat is the largest waterfall in the Iguazu Falls. It is 80 meters high and 270 meters wide, and is one of the most impressive waterfalls in the world.
Iguazu Falls are a popular tourist destination that receives millions of visitors each year. There are several activities to do at the falls including hiking, boat rides, and aerial tours.