Guaíra Falls, Brazil

 Most people think Niagara Falls is the largest in the world. In fact Guaira Falls is the largest in the world by volume waterfall that reaches an average of 1.75 million cubic feet per-second. Compare with the Niagara Falls which is only 70 000 cubic per-detik.Sumber Guaira Falls, located in perbatasasn Brazil-Paraguay, is the river Parana. In 1982, the Guaira waterfall was built dams for power plant Itaipu Dam's name is now the second largest dam in the world's largest electricity producer after Gorges Dam. Itaipu Dam supplies 90 percent of electricity to Paraguay, and 19 percent to Brazil, and Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.

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