Iguazu waterfalls are gracing the Iguazu River, on the border between the two South American countries, Brazil, and Argentina.
River divide Iguazu Waterfalls into two parts – upper and lower stream, but what would be a miracle of nature if it is not linked with a legend so these beautiful waterfalls and carry your story.
Iguazu – name of the river and waterfalls, its roots in the word “y” and “gouache” is coming from the Guaraní language of the people.
Translations of those two words are water and large, it is not surprising if you just look beautiful photos of this natural idyll.
However, as we mentioned, the legend comes from Guaraní peoples who have for generations passed on the story of the god whose intention was to marry a beautiful girl, but that would be a bit complicated story, she fled with her lover.
According to Guarani, God was so angry, so he divided the river, creating Iguazu waterfalls as well as lovers want to condemn the separate lives.
Iguazu waterfalls is a natural phenomenon
Up to us whether we believe that the creation of such a wonder of nature or an act of superb hands, but whatever happens, we are happy that something like Iguazu waterfalls was on the list of world wonders of nature.
Iguazu waterfalls are on the list of New 7 Wonders and are located in the Brazilian and Argentinean national park, and even counted 275 waterfalls in almost three kilometers in length.
Impressive in size, up to 82 meters, but the part that literally takes your breath is called La Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat) – a semi-circular shape, large fall and wonderful visual and sound effects.
I live here protected plant and animal species, so this site is under special protection.
Falls at the end of his turbulent times flow into the river Parana in Argentina and leave the impression that many visitors carved deep into the memory and brings enthusiasm to everyone.