The Iguazu Falls are located in the northeast of Argentina in the subtropical climate zone, at the meeting point of the borders of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. The Indians of the Guarani tribe gave this amazing natural phenomenon the name "Iguassu" - "Big Water".
275 waterfalls, separated by rocks and abundant vegetation, stretching for 3 kilometers in length, fall from two basalt steps about 80 meters high and drop down 1800 cubic meters. m of water per second! At the center of the falls, the pressure of the water increases, and a roaring stream of foam rushes down. The earth trembles from the pressure of water, the roar of which is heard at a distance of many kilometers. This incomparable manifestation of the greatness and power of nature, the first Europeans who saw it, called it in Spanish "Garganta del Diabolo" - "Devil's Throat".