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|Hi-res picture of Niagara Falls, on border of USA and Canada.||08/26/2005||4,822|
|What the Niagara Falls are for the USA and Canada is Trollhättan Falls for Sweden. But in smaller dimentions. But noisy as Niagara Falls.|
In the years 1800, 1844 and 1916 locks were build to control the flow from the lake Vänern so boats could sail down to Kattegat. And to produce electricity.
The water falls 32 meters from 3 locks with 300 m3 water per second. Ori...
|Niagara Falls, which lies across the boundary between the U.S. and Canada.||07/09/2005||5,728|
|Angel Falls is the Longest free fall of water in the world.|
At 979 meters high, it is 15 times higher than Niagara.
Angel Falls is located in the Guayana highlands, Venezuela.
The falls are named after Jimmy Angel, a bush pilot who first saw the falls in 1933 while searching for a gold ore bed.
The tallest non permanent waterfall in the world is the Catira which is f...
|The Skylon Tower,160 meters, Ontario is a building that overlooks the Horseshoe Falls from the Canadian side of the Niagara River. Construction on the building began in May of 1964 and was completed on October 6, 1965.||12/11/2006||394|
|Ship in lock 2 (of 8) of Ontario Canada's Welland Canal. The canal enables ship traffic to bypass Niagara Falls||09/24/2005||387|
|This barge has been stuck at the top of Niagara Falls since 1918||09/24/2005||1,455|
|A balloon stationed near the Niagra Falls NY.||06/19/2006||990|
|In the early 1870's, the Lake Ontario Shore Railroad had been built from Oswego all the way along the shore of Lake Ontario to the Niagara River (Suspension Bridge). The Lake Ontario Shore wasn't able to make the grade and was sold to the Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg in 1875 at a court sale for a bargain basement price. The 643-mile Rome Watertown and Ogdensburg became a part of the New York Ce...||02/15/2006||684|
|You see the Horseshoe Fall in full flow before the weir was made in 1942 to tame the flow.||09/24/2014||58|
|The Cohoes Falls is a waterfall on the Mohawk River in Cohoes, New York. Discovered by the indigenous Mohawk tribe, the falls' original name was Ga-ha-oose, which is believed to mean "The Place of the Falling Canoe." Cohoes historian Arthur Masten also wrote in his 1880 history that the phrase might mean "Potholes in the River," referring to the potholes which appear in the riverbed when it is ...||07/29/2008||532|
|These are the beautiful Havasupai Falls (or sometimes called Havasu Falls) in part of the Grand Canyon. The falls are fed by Havasu Creek which is known for it's beautiful blue-green water and limestone formations.||07/19/2007||1,703|