October 30, 2014

Iguazú Falls, Argentina

Photograph by Lucas Gilman

On the border of Argentina and Brazil, Iguazú Falls are celebrated as some of the most beautiful in the world. Combining 275 falls across nearly two miles and spurting 269 feet down, Igauzú is more than twice the width, and nearly twice the height, of North America's Niagara. The fall called Devil’s Throat, seen here, marks the border between the two countries.

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