Amazing Rainbows of Victoria Falls

At , feet (or one mile) wide, as high as  feet, and with  million gallons of water pouring over its edge each moment, Victoria Falls holds the prestigious title as the biggest waterfall on the planet. Situated on the fringe of Zambia and Zimbabwe in Africa, the waterfall has likewise been known as the Greatest Falling Curtain of Water on the Planet and is recorded as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. To give you a thought of exactly how huge this normal wonder is, it’s twice as high as the Niagara Falls and well over double the width of Niagara’s Horseshoe Falls. The compel of the water sends fog up into the air that can be felt from around  miles away. Source: Victoria Falls Guide website via mymodernmet

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