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Thursday, 21 July 2011

10 Most Unique Lakes of our World

Plitvice Lakes (Croatia)

Plitvice Lakes are a series of sixteen lakes, spectacular waterfalls, to each other, which is located deep in the woods and live deer, bears, wolves, boars and rare bird species. UNESCO World Heritage Site, the lakes are known for their distinctive colors, Azure is always green, gray or blue. The colors are always changing, depending on the amount of minerals or organisms in the water and the angle of sunlight.

Boiling Lake (Dominica)

Boiling Lake is located in the Morne Trois Pitons National Park, World Heritage Sites in Dominica. This is a flooded fumarole or hole in the Earth's surface, 10.5 miles east of Roseau, the Caribbean. It is filled with water bubbles blue-gray, which is usually wrapped in a cloud of steam. The lake is about 60 m in diameter.

Red Lagoon (Bolivia)

Laguna Colorada (Red Lagoon) is low in Salt Lake southwest of the Altiplano in Bolivia, near the border with Chile The lake contains borax islands, whose white color contrasts nicely reddish color of its waters, caused by red sediments and pigmentation algae.

Five-Flower Lake (China)

The Hai Wuhua or five Fleur du Lac, signing Jiuzhaigon National Park in China. The lake is shallow multi-colored lake whose bottom is filled with fallen tree trunks. The water is so clear you can see clearly strains. The water comes in different shares of turquoise, yellow to green to blue. It is situated at an altitude of 2472 meters below the lake and Panda Pearl Shoal Waterfall.

Dead Sea (Israel and Jordan)

Dead Sea Salt Lake is located in Israel and the West Bank to the west and Jordan to the east. It is 420 meters (1378 feet) below sea level and its shores are the lowest point on earth on dry land. Dead Sea is 330 m (1083 ft) deep, the deepest hypersaline lake in the world. It 'also the world's second saltiest body of water, while Lake Assal in Djibouti, with 30 percent salinity. This is 8.6 times saltier than the ocean. This makes the salinity in the harsh environment where animals can not thrive, and boats can not navigate. Dead Sea, 67 km (42 miles) long and 18 km (11 miles) wide at its widest. It is located in the Jordan Rift Valley, and its main tributary is the Jordan.

The Dead Sea has attracted visitors from around the Mediterranean for thousands of years. Biblically, it is a place of refuge for King David. It was one of the stations in the world of health first (by Herod the Great), and was the supplier of a wide variety of products, balms for Egyptian mummification to potash for fertilizers.

Lake Baikal (Russia)

Lake Baikal is located in southern Siberia in Russia, and is also known as the "Blue Eye of Siberia". It contains more water than all the lakes of North America combined. At 1637 meters (5371 feet), Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world and the largest freshwater lake in the world by volume, holding approximately twenty percent of freshwater in the world. However, Lake Baikal contains one-third less water than the Caspian Sea, which is the largest lake in the world. Lake Baikal was formed in ancient Rift Valley, and therefore is long and crescent-shaped area (31500 km ²), slightly less than Lake Superior and Lake Victoria. Baikal is home to over 1700 species of plants and animals, two thirds of which are found nowhere else in the world and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage List in 1996. Over 25 million years, is the oldest lake in the world.

Lake Titicaca (Bolivia and Peru)

Lake Titicaca is a lake located in the border between Bolivia and Peru. It is located at 3812 meters (12500 feet) above sea level, making it the largest commercially navigable lake in the world. Quantifying the water, is also the largest lake in South America. Lake Titicaca has been used rainfall and meltwater from glaciers that end up in the Sierras Altiplano.

Caspian Sea (Russia)

Caspian Sea is the largest lake in the world and the largest lake in the world, and accounts for 40-44 percent of the lake water all over the world. Covering an area of ​​394299 km ² (152,240 sq km), has an area over the next six largest lakes combined.

Crater Lake (USA)

Crater Lake is a crater lake in Oregon, due to several unique factors, most prominently that it has no inlets or tributaries, the water in Crater Lake is considered a of the brightest in the world. The lake partly fills a crater almost 4,000 feet (1,220 m) deep that was formed around 5677 (± 150) BC to the collapse of the volcano Mount Mazama. Its deepest point was measured at 1949 feet (594 m) deep, making it the deepest lake in the United States and the ninth deepest in the world.

Lake Karachay (Russia)

Lake Karachay is a small lake in the southern Ural mountains in Russia. Since 1951, the Soviet Union used Karachay as a dumping site for radioactive waste to Mayak, near the storage of nuclear waste and reprocessing, which is located near the town of Ozyorsk. According to a report from Washington, DC-based Worldwatch Institute, nuclear waste, Karachay is the "most polluted place" on earth. Accumulated in the lake approximately 4.44 exabecquerels (EBQ) radioactivity, including 3.6 EBQ is cesium-137 and strontium-90 0.74 EBQ. In comparison, Chernobyl released Radioactivity EBQ 5-12, but this radiation is not concentrated in one place.

10 Most Beautiful Buildings in the World

We saw buildings ulgiest world, it's time to see something wonderful, 10, "the most beautiful buildings" in the world. Four out of ten of these buildings are from the Americas, it sounds good! If you think of other large buildings should be listed here, to share with us a comment.

1. Tancici Dum in Prague

Tancici dum (Dancing Building), completed in 1996, was designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry. It looks like a pair of dancers, and some people call it "building a drunkard."

2. The Gherkin in London

The brine is located at 30 St Mary Axe in London and was commissioned in 2004. The 40-story building is 600 feet (90m) high.

3. Melbourne Recital Centre in Australia

Melbourne Recital Centre, which opened in the early service this year, won the National Award for public buildings on the property of the Council's 2009 Rider Levett Bucknall Australia Award for innovation and excellence.

4. Esplanade in Singapore

Esplanade, a leading center of performing arts in Singapore is often called "The Durian" by locals for its unique dome.

5. Oslo Opera House in Norway

Oslo Opera House, which was introduced in 2008, has an amazing vision of marble and granite that rises out of the fjord like a giant slab of ice.

6. The Ray and Maria Stata Center in U.S.

Ray and Maria Stata The Center, located at MIT in Cambridge, was also designed by Frank Gehry. It began operations in 2004.

7. The Seattle Central Library in U.S.

Seattle Central Library is the library system's flagship Seattle Public Library. It was designed by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas.

8. The Hearst Tower in U.S.

Hearst Tower in New York was designed by British architect Norman Foster.

9. The City of Arts and Sciences in Spain

The City of Arts and Sciences, developed by Santiago Calatrava, is a recreation center in large urban areas of culture and science.

10. The New Museum of Contemporary Art in U.S.

The New Museum of Contemporary Art, founded in 1977 by Marcia Tucker, the only museum in New York dedicated exclusively to presenting contemporary art.

10 Most Beautiful Bridges in the World

We have come a long way in building bridges to cross a river on a fallen log. The first bridges were built with wooden planks, ropes and stones. Soon, the largest equipment required. Wood and stone bridges gave way to iron and steel in them. Bridge construction techniques also evolved: beam, cantilevered, cable-stayed and suspension bridges - each with advantages that made the right choice for a specific location.

The political fortunes and wars have been lost or by bridges. Throughout history, bridges had been built by engineers and burned as warriors, and crossed by kings and common people alike. Millions of people owe their livelihood bridges, most of them need to convert, but thousands of people who want to end their lives by jumping them every year.

The bridges are in style from classical to modern, they are as much an art as they are marvels of engineering. To celebrate the wonders of "classic" bridges, here are Neatorama picks for the 10 most beautiful bridges in the world:

golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge is a symbol emblematic of San Francisco (and the suspension bridge in general) is difficult to imagine a time when they were not. However, prior to construction, most people thought was impossible.

In 1916, the idea of ​​the bridge spanning the Golden Gate, a narrow strait that separated San Francisco Peninsula and the Marin headlands, was conceived. Although it was almost immediately rejected the cost was estimated at USD 100000000 (astronomical time), a veteran bridge builder named Joseph Strauss, drove more than two decades, it is built.

The Golden Gate Bridge is facing stiff resistance: Department of War thought it would interfere with ship traffic and the Southern Pacific Railroad opposed it as competition to its ferry services. In the first game was even the public does not like the bridge ... because the original design of Strauss was considered ugly! But Strauss finally won, and after 22 years of drumming up support, the bridge was built.

Tower Bridge

It's fun to think about the traffic jams of age, but why the Tower Bridge in London, was built. In the 19th century, the development of the eastern part of London has caused a great burden on London Bridge, the city decided to build a new bridge.

Construction of Tower Bridge began in 1886, led by the architect Sir Horace Jones and engineer Sir John Wolfe Barry. The design was a rocker (draw) bridge with two towers built on pillars so that the bridge does not interefere with port facilities nearby.

A year after construction began, Jones died and his replacement, George D. Barry Stevenson decided to modify the design a bit. Instead of the facade of the original design of brick, the Tower Bridge had a more elaborate Victorian Gothic style, meant to harmonize with the nearby Tower of London.

When the bridge opened in 1894, the public was stunned. H. Heathcote Statham, a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects, wrote the familiar feeling as: "The Tower Bridge ... vice is the foil and demand, and the falsification of the reality of the structure."

Brooklyn Bridge

In 1855, engineer John Roebling started designing the bridge, then that would be the longest suspension bridge in the world, where the towers of the tallest structures in the Western Hemisphere: the Brooklyn Bridge in New York.

Today, the Brooklyn Bridge is one of the main crossroads of the East River and a heavily trafficked bridges in the world. But in the late 19 th century, Roebling has over 14 years to convince the city to build a bridge.

When he got approval, Roebling was important the place where his leg was defeated by ferry. Three weeks before the planned innovative, died of tetanus. His son, an engineer named Washington Roebling took over the project. In 1872 while working on caissons to set the foundations for the towers, Washington fell ill with caisson disease (decompression sickness, commonly known as the "bends"), which left him just to see, speak or write. His wife, Emily Warren Roebling, rose - she learned engineering on the fly and nine years with her husband went to the site to provide directions. Washington is said to watch the construction of his house with binoculars.

When the Brooklyn Bridge was opened, Emily was honored with the name of your first trip over the bridge. He had a rooster, which symbolizes the victory in his arms. Washington has rarely visited the bridge, until his death in 1926.

An interesting note from the Brooklyn Bridge: it was fast, while other bridges were built around the same time had eroded. Designers of a credit system and Roebling bridge trusses six times stronger than he thought it would be!

The Wind and Rain Bridge

Wind and rain bridges were a sort of bridge was built in Dong people (ethnic minority) in China. Because they live in plains and valleys of many rivers, the Dong people are excellent bridge builders. They are called "wind and rain" bridges because the covered bridges not only let people cross the river, but also to protect them from the elements.

Dong people do not use nails or rivets to build these bridges - but they all revolve around a tree. The bigger and more powerful Chenyang Bridge, which spans the river near the village Linx Dong of the country. The bridge is about 100 years, and like all the wind and rain bridges, was built without a single nail.

Ponte Vecchio

The Ponte Vecchio is a medieval bridge over the River Arno. In fact, it is much more than a bridge - which is a street market and a benchmark of Florence, Italy. the Ponte Vecchio we know today was built in 1345 by Taddeo Gaddi, after a lapse of age, was destroyed by a flood. To finance the bridge, many along the roads were leased to merchants, especially butchers and tanners, to hawk their wares.

In 1565, Duke Cosimo I de Medici ordered an architect named Giorgio Vasari to build a covered walkway. Soon after, jewelers, goldsmiths and merchants of luxury goods pushed out the butchers of the Ponte Vecchio. Centuries of random additions gave the bridge now distinctive, irregular appearance.

During World War II, having survived many floods of the bridge is facing its greatest threat: the German bombers blow up bridges in Florence. It was a direct order from Hitler that spared Ponte Vecchio from certain destruction.

It is said that the word "bankrupt" came from the Ponte Vecchio. When an operator has not paid his debt, the table ("Bank") is used to sell their merchandise was broken ("Rotto") by soldiers. Do not have a table with more ("bancorotto") means that the seller was in bankruptcy.

Covered Bridges

Covered bridges are simply that: bridges that have closed sides and roof. Om Bro breath techniques, the Ponte Vecchio, and bridges in wind and rain on this list are covered bridges, this term generally refers to simple, single-lane bridges in rural areas.

Prior to 1995 they made famous by Clint Eastwood movie Bridges, Madison County, "kissing bridges" or the "Tunnel of Love" is the pride and joy of many small towns in Europe and especially in North America, with more than tens of thousands of these bridges were built.

In the 19th century, wood was plentiful and cheap (or, in many cases, free). It is therefore natural that these bridges were of wood. But why do they cover? So, fans aside, the real reason was more practical: the wooden beams of the bridge lasted longer when protected from the elements.

Iron Bridge

The iron bridge spanning the River Severn in Shropshire, England, the bridge is not very large or ornate, but it has something that makes it unique: the first bridge made entirely of cast iron.

In the 18th century, Shropshire rich in iron and coal - yes, there were more iron factories in the two mile radius of the city than any other city in the world. This is where the iron was first smelt with coke. It was therefore natural that the bridge would be made of iron, a strong alternative to wood.

Architect Thomas Pritchard Farnolls proposed a single arch bridge that would let boats pass underneath, but he died before the bridge was built. The construction of the Iron Bridge was carried out by a local master ironwork named Abraham Darby III. Approximately 400 tonnes (363 tons) of iron was used, with some 800 separate castings. The Iron Bridge has 5 arch ribs, each cast in two halves. It only took three months to put the pieces together.

The ease and speed of construction of the iron bridge helped convince the engineers of the versatility and strength of iron, and helped usher in the era of industrial revolution. Darby, however, is not so: it has greatly underestimated the cost of building the bridge, and remained in debt for the rest of his life.

Bridge of Sighs

In the 19th century, Lord Byron named a Venetian limestone bridge in the Rio di Palazzo Ducale linking the prison to the interrogation room in the main palace, the Bridge of Sighs (Bridge of Sighs). Apparently, prisoners sigh when I look out the window - with stone bars no less - to see their last view of beautiful Venice before his imprisonment, torture or execution.

In fact, the Doge's prison held mostly petty criminals. In addition, the bridge was built in 1600 by Antonio Contino, after the inquisitions and summary executions days. Legend has it that if lovers kiss on a gondola beneath the Bridge of Sighs at sunset, their love for eternity.

Pont du Gard

Pont du Gard, an aqueduct over the River Gard in southern France, is a masterpiece of Roman engineering. It was not built to transport people (even if there is a pedestrian crossing on it) - instead, he was part of an aqueduct system that brought water complex of more than 30 miles ( 50 km) from the ancient Roman city of Nemausus (currently Nîmes).

Pont du Gard was built by Agrippa (63-12 BC), son-in-law Caesar Augustus. A bridge of stone, some of which weigh up to 6 tons, were cut perfectly together without mortar.

Wedge-shaped stones, known as wedges, were organized into three levels, the top is a water pipe. So precise was the design of the whole system falls only 56 feet (17 m) vertically - over 30 miles! - To provide 5 million liters (20.00 m3) of water to the city.

Khaju Bridge

Khaju Bridge (Pol-e-Khajoo) in Isfahan, Iran, built in 17 century, Shah Abbas II. The bridge also acts as a dam, a lock-doors under the portico. When the doors are closed, the water level behind the bridge is raised to irrigate gardens along the river Zayandeh.

The bridge Khoju two stories of arcades, marked by the characteristic cross vaults decorated with colored tiles. In the middle of the bridge, there are two large pavilions, called Prince parlors, which were originally reserved for the Shah.

Beautiful Places of Thailand

Destination of Asia's most popular tourist, Thailand has a reputation for hedonism, which attracts thousands of hikers and natural beauty attracts an increasing number of tourists. It is a mysterious country that always seems to leave an impression for life on all who visit. It offers a rich history, people smiling, a few interesting quirks and of course an unforgettable experience. To help you see the best in the country, here is our list of top ten places to visit in Thailand:


Bangkok is a restless and chaotic metropolis and an important part of a trip to Thailand. While not everyone cup of tea, the capital of culture shock-inducing some amazing places of interest that you would be foolish to miss. The Palace of the Grand impossibly Bejeweled really should be visited, and if you have time, take a trip to Wat Arun (one of the oldest monuments and most famous of Bangkok) and Wat Po, home to a huge Buddha lying. The more adventurous head of the infamous Khao San Road backpacker, alleys and bazaars of Chinatown and the infamous Patpong Night Market (located in the city red light).

Chiang Mai

The spiritual city of Chiang Mai is a city much quieter than Bangkok, but a significant visit to the travel trailer, if you want to see the best of Thailand. Dotted with temples, craft shops, excellent restaurants, Thai massage and cooking schools, the city has kind of relaxed and relatively quiet. Many travelers often mention that their city Chiang Mai Thai favorite and once visited, it is easy to see why it is so popular. Its location high in the mountainous region of northern Thailand makes an ideal base for mountain walks and popular excursions can be arranged very easily here. The paths of Chiang Mai, is often very interesting a clear path and many backpackers now head around Pai - a beautifully situated traveler mecca popular with artists and musicians. Pai also offer less touristy and more "rustic" trips and visits to hill tribes.

The East Coast Islands

Koh Samui and Koh Phangan is an island in the eastern part of Thailand, which are popular among tourists and backpackers. The islands are known for their palm-fringed beaches of white sand, turquoise waters and relaxed attitudes. Koh Phangan, you will also find many bars and cafes of bohemian style, and of course the world famous full moon. Nearby, the islands of Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan is much less touristy due to its more remote locations and are perfect for those seeking peace and world class snorkelling and diving.


Only one hour from Bangkok, Ayutthaya was a Siamese kingdom existing since 1351 until 1767. The old city is now in ruins, but the remains of temples once extraordinary and impressive are now classified as UNESCO World Heritage Site and not to be missed. To take full advantage of this site, allow a full day and, of course, do not forget your camera.


Railay and the surrounding coast of Krabi province (located in the southern part of Thailand) is a tropical paradise, dominated by the towering steep limestone cliffs, turquoise waters and white sand. From this area, it is also easy to take a trip around Phang Nga to see the iconic "James Bond Rock 'Railay is a beautiful secluded beach -. Accessible only by boat - which attracts a mix of in-the-know backpackers and wealthy tourists eager climbers. Surrounded by dense vegetation and mountains, the region is also ideal for trekking. The beach is unique because it is totally cut off from daily visitors to relax and are often much longer than originally planned.

Koh Phi Phi

The small side, but idyllic west of the island of Koh Phi Phi is regarded by many as the last island paradise. Although it is now fully recovered from the devastating tsunami in 2009, the island has experienced rapid growth in tourism, especially since the release of "The Beach" (starring Leonardo DiCaprio). However, it still manages to maintain a relaxed atmosphere that seems to keep backpackers and tourists happy. Emphasizes the island include climbing a steep perspective to watch the sunset and rent a long tail boat to snorkel in the beautiful waters around.

Hin Daeng

Diving enthusiasts should not miss Hin Daeng in the Andaman Sea. Literally means that Red Rock, this area often regarded as one of the best dive sites in Thailand - if not worldwide. Hin Daeng has large underwater pinnacles, carpets of anemones and incredibly colorful coral. It is also teeming with wildlife, including large schools of fish, Batfish round, Manta Ray, barracuda and shark whale or both odd.

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Top 10 most dangerous places to travel

There is more to stay safe during the trip wearing a money belt and avoid dark alleys at night. While many around the world, travelers are able to prevent serious illness, some countries and regions that are simply avoided. Deadly Emotion looking for? Enter the most dangerous countries in the world at your own risk.


Not frightened by the presence of the Taliban or Al Qaeda? So maybe this will help. Afghanistan is full of 5-7 million landmines in the field. Food shortages are common, there is little or no infrastructure and attacks around the most important international embassies are common. This country was once known for its spectacular mountains and hospitable people. If you plan to go, Kabul is the first stop. Mazar-e-Sharif is home to many sacred sites and everything is a farce that the Buddha statues in Bamiyan were destroyed, its ruins breath.


Overseas offices around the world warning against all travel to Chechnya, Ingushetia and Dagestan because of the lack of security available for Western travelers in the North Caucasus. The abduction of local gangs is common, it is still unfinished for foreigners disappear and remain unaccounted for. There is a high threat of terrorism. Offense is always an option, especially in places frequented by foreigners in Moscow as well as in the North Caucasus. If you need to visit the Caspian breathtaking, it comes from Iran.


Currently, all British citizens in Yemen are urged to submit all commercial vehicles. Advice from the Foreign Ministry against all the whole of Yemen due to the recent increase in political instability and the rapid deterioration of security. Yemen is torn by civil wars for years. The most common change in crimes of kidnapping the passengers and the car-lifting. Getting pinched a portfolio is the smallest of your worries. Yemen, though extremely dangerous, it's nice. Noah in biblical times was the promised land. The capital, Sana'a is an ancient, poetic in its architecture.


There are only a ban on travel outside of certain regions of Colombia at the moment, generally the most rural areas along the border with Panama, Venezuela and Ecuador. Places of tourists not to show their faces include: Buenaventura, San Jose del Guaviare and the Parque Nacional Natural de La Macarena, Meta. Most crimes are related to cocaine and coca industry. Apart from that, it is a playground backpackers. The diversity of the population, entertainment, sights and sounds overwhelmed. Bogota, Villa de Leyva is ideal for hiking and biking and Cuidad Perdida that looks like something straight out of an Indiana Jones movie should be top of your list.


Travelers should avoid the Pool region at all costs due to increased rebel activity sporadic. This includes the road between Brazzaville and Pointe Noire. In addition, the province of Likouala in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Two-day trip across the country should be avoided. As for the Democratic Republic of Congo, travel north and east is not recommended. Travelers should not enter or leave the country by land, as flights to / from Pointe-Noire and Brazzaville. Those brave enough to enter the heart of darkness will be amazed at the best possible way. The Congo is home to five of the UNESCO Biosphere, entire ecosystems to the brink of wildlife anywhere else in the world.


Kidnappings and violence spread, it is fair to say that travel in Iraq is not highly recommended. Not recommended at all to go to Baghdad or the surrounding area, as well as many other cities and provinces. Although crime and violence is a crime will be reduced for foreign destination. If you are visiting, make sure you seek professional security help. Iraq was the center of the ancient world. It 'the first-cultivated country, and the first form of writing. Rich history of the country is dominated by the media headlines is true. Actually, however, that when the policy is adjusted, Iraq is a popular destination.


The rival between Palestine and Israel does not quite sure to visit the other country at this time, especially in the West Bank, Gaza and Jerusalem. Currently, passengers are advised to avoid all travel to the Gaza Strip, including the waters of Gaza's security situation is uncertain. Gaza and southern Israel and the Lebanese border are also out of question. Although wrought with conflict, these two countries are two of the oldest in the world. In sacred history, millions flock to enjoy the city of Tel Aviv, relaxed, floating effortlessly in the Dead Sea. When traveling to Israel, leaving their political views in the country. But people love to argue.

North Korea

In a totalitarian government, one. Hunger populated the nuclear crisis on the horizon and the hotels of lesser rank in the world ... He wonders why people want to enter the North Korean border is one of the few countries in the world leaves very little space tourism. Less than 2,000 Westerners are allowed in one year! Although there are no travel restrictions in place in North Korea, it is very difficult to enter. Report before the out travel and medical insurance. In-country travel is severely restricted and those seeking a getaway are independent of luck. All tours are accompanied and supervised by the government of a world unknown to many, a world with no mobile phone or the Internet exists, when the Cold War has not ended yet.


Terrorism is the greatest threat in Tajikistan these days as there are no travel warnings issued across the country, they should not travel in or near the creek Kamarob and the region of Rasht. Health infrastructure and poor transport and border crossings can be closed without notice. The good news is that the country is now much safer than it was ten years ago, making it a unique tourist destination, and a pan! The route of the Pamir is the last road trip and the Wakhan valley is breathtaking. Travelers to Tajikistan must have travel insurance that covers air ambulance evacuation.

Papua New Guinea

The real threat for the visitors in a secluded and mysterious in the South Pacific is a local band. There is a lack of huge forces, which gives way to a common car theft, assaults, robberies and serious sexual offenses. On the way here are the challenges and risks, the rewards are indescribable. The lack of tourism that makes this the ideal place to win on your own terms, to plan their travel and personal adventure. The capital, Port Moresby, should visit with caution, because the crime is high here. Head instead of on the coast, exploring the D'Entrecasteaux islands and forests of very different country and a rich tribal culture.

10 Largest Waterfalls of the world

 The sublime strength of white water crashing on the rocks of the seabed of a hypnotic effect on those who have seen the spectacle of some of the largest waterfalls in the world. There are thousands of feet high, is the largest amount of water flowing on the edge at a time, or is it the largest curtain of water falling free, this waterfall has 10 major selected are exceptional to say the least.

The Angel Falls

Angel Falls in Venezuela is the world's highest waterfall in the 979m. It is so great that atomize the water really, because the force of strong winds in the area and simply mist disappears before it gets on land.

Inga Falls

Inga Falls in the Democratic Republic of Congo, is one of the largest waterfalls in the world. Although only 96m high, and no currently available measure of the width of the river boasts the highest volume of water had an average of 1.5 million cubic meters / second.

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River is undoubtedly one of the most impressive waterfalls in the world and is considered one of the largest, with a width of 1.7 km and an altitude of 108 million.

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls in North America is actually composed of three different falls in Canada and two in the United States. Although relatively small in height, the volume of water flowing over the falls, rises to the most powerful on the continent.

Tugela Falls

Located in the majestic Drakensberg mountains in KwaZulu Natal, Tugela Falls are the second largest in the world at 947m. "Tugela" means "suddenly" in Zulu.

Chutes de Khone

This enormous, segmented cascade on the Mekong River in Laos is easily the widest in the world, extending to almost 15 kilometres in the annual monsoon.

Cataratas Ias Tres Hermanas

Situated on the River Cutivireni, Peru, these falls have largely ignored until recently. It consists of 5 drops, the height was estimated in the region of 914, making it one of the world's highest waterfalls.

Olo’ upena Falls

Situated in Hawaii, the Olo’ upena Falls are rated as one of the top 20 in Oceania. At a height of 900m, it certainly rivals some of its lofty peers.


The Vinnufossen in Norway may be more of a trickle of a waterfall as the volume goes, but in 860, is the highest waterfall in Europe and deserves his place in the sun.

Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls in Brazil is not so much the height, width or volume, but rather the fact that the cascade of all is composed of not less than 270 individual waterfalls covering over a mile and a half.
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