Located in the Argentina side of the award-winning Iguazu National Park, the Iguazu Falls are the world’s second most impressive falls, right behind the Victoria Falls. First discovered in 1541 by the Spanish Con-quistador Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, the falls are split by the border between Brazil and Argentina and welcome over one million visitors every year.
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