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Angel Waterfall (English: Angel) is the highest waterfall in the world, as it is 979 meters long. This waterfall is located in Venezuela (Venezuela), and it is distinguished by its location among the rainforests, which increases its magnificence and beauty. The view of the evaporation of the falling water before it reaches the ground, was called Angel Waterfall with this name after its discoverer, American pilot Jimmy Angel, who discovered it when his plane fell in 1937 AD. This waterfall is directly flanked from the Churon River that extends from the top of the mountain’s edge.
Tugela Falls (English: Tugela) is located in South Africa in the Kwa-Zulu Natal region, and is the second tallest waterfall in the world, with a height of 947.9 m. These beautiful waterfalls pass through the Royal Natal National Park (in English: Royal Natal), coming from the Tugela River, and the region where the Tugela Falls are located is a World Heritage area.
Tres Hermans waterfall
The Tres Hermanas waterfall is known as the Three Sisters waterfall, and it is one of the tallest waterfalls in the world, and it comes in third place after both Tugila and Angel waterfalls. This waterfall is located in the Republic of Peru (English: Peru) in the Ouchi National Park (English: Otishi). It is 914.09 meters long and stems from the Cutivirini River (English: Cutivireni). It is surrounded by dense forests and has three different sections.
Olo’Upena Falls (English: Olo’Upena) is located in the United States of America, specifically in Hawaii on the volcanic island of Molokai, and is the fourth highest waterfall in the world, reaching a height of 912.9 meters, and an average width of these waterfalls is 11.8 meters, Oludena Falls are distinguished from others It is not clearly visible, but it can be seen from the ocean or from the air.
The following are the highest waterfalls in the world, starting from the fifth order:
- Yumbilla Waterfall in English, at a height of 895.5 meters.
- Vinnufossen Waterfall in Norway, with a height of 864.7 m.
- Skorgafossen waterfall in Norway, with a height of 864.1 m.
- Pu’ukka Falls (in English: Pu’uka’oku) in the United States of America, with a height of 839.7 m.