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Fall For These Stunning Cascades In Brazil
Along the border of Argentina and Brazil, the Iguassu River plummets over the edge of the Parana Plateau, creating a series of waterfalls spanning nearly two miles. A U-shaped gorge dubbed “the Devil’s Throat” is one of this natural wonder’s most impressive sites, swallowing the water as it tumbles 270 feet over the cliff. Elsewhere in Misiones Province, you’ll find national parks, lush rainforest, and the wild marshland of Esteros del Ibera.