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Foz do Iguaçu Brazil

The Waterfalls at Riu Iguacu on the brazilin side

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IMG_0270.jpgI arrived last night around 2 am at Foz do Iguaçu Brazil.
Foz do Iguaçu is at the state of Parana at the Rio Iguacu. Thousands of years before the waterfalls where discovered by Europeans the falls were a holy burial place for the Tupi Guarani and Paraguas tribes.
The falls are unequally shared between Brazil and Argentina and today
I visited the Brazilin side. For me this place has a magic you not only hear the power of water you feel it and smell it. I don’t know how many liters of water get through the falls per second or minute but it is a incredible number and I was feeling the power. I was walking along the canyon and the falls look from every view different I it amazing how many different animals you can see and make great photos.
On my way home I walk around the city and have seen that basic dustcarts.

Posted by ChrisPTY 12:55 Archived in Brazil

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