If you come to Brazil one day you should not leave it until after watching the wonderful Iguazu Falls, it is not less beautiful and magnificent than Niagara Falls, but surpassed beautiful and creative in the eyes of many people.
Iguazu falls on the Argentine-Brazilian border, between the Brazilian state of Paraná and the Argentine province of Machinz. Iguazu in the language of an indigenous Brazilian native means much water. There is a local myth that has been around for thousands of years
The myth says that God planned to marry a beautiful indigenous girl called Naybe, but fled with her lover Taruba in a small boat and rebelled, and from the wrath of God he cut the river on them and then formed the waterfalls.
The height of the Iguazu Falls ranges between 70 and 82 meters, and consists of 275 individual waterfalls, with water flowing at an average of 1756 cubic meters per second.
The Iguazu Falls are one of the most famous sights and attractions in Brazil and are visited by a large number of tourists from all over the world.