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Sunday, 7 April 2013

Top 10 waterfalls In the World


                                                     1.Angel Falls:
  Angel Falls is a waterfall in Venezuela.It is the worlds Highest uninterrupted waterfall, with a height of 979m (3,212 ft) and a plunge of 807 m (2,648 ft).Located in canaima National Park,Bolivar, Venezuela.





2.Tugela Falls:
  Tugela Falls is the worlds second highest waterfall. It is about (3,110ft) in height.It is located in Dragon’s mountains in the Royal Natal National Park in Kwazulu-Natal Province , Republic of south Africa.

3.cataratas Ias tres Hermanas:
    Cataratas Ias Tres Hermanas is the third highest waterfall in the world.It is 3,000 feet (914 m).The waterfall is located in Ayacucho ,Peru. 

4.Oloupena Falls:
   Oloupena Falls is the fourth highest water falls in the world.The height of the falls is about 2,953 feet (900 m) in height.It is located in the north eastern part of Hawaii Island of Molokai,United States.


5.Catarata Yumbilla:
      Yumbilla falls is the fifth highest waterfall located in peru , Amazonas Region. It is known internationally only in late 2007. It is 2,938 feet (896 m) in height.

6.Vinnufossen Falls:
    Vinnufossen is the sixth Highest waterfall in the world. It is the tallest waterfall in Europe. It is 2,822 feet (860 m) in height. It is situated in More og Romsdal, Norway.

7.Balaifossen Falls:
       Balaifossen is the seventh highest waterfall in the world. It is about 2,788 feet (850 m) I height. It is located in Hordaland,Norway.


8.Puukaoku Falls:
   The Puukaoku Falls is the eighth highest waterfall in the world. It is about 2,756 feet (840 m). It is situated in Hawaii, United states.

9.James Bruce Falls:
     James Bruce falls is the ninth Highest waterfall in the world and heist in the continent of north America. The Height of the waterfall is about 2,755 feet (840 m). It is situated in Princess Lousia Marine Provincial Park in British Coulombia, Canada.

10.Browne Falls:
     Browne Falls is the tenth highest waterfall in the world, The height of the water falls is about 2,744 feet (836 m). It is located in fiordland National Park, New Zea land.The falls are named after pioneering aerial photographer, victor Carlyle Browne, Who discovered lake Browne.

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