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In 1982 the Itaipu Dam destroyed the Guaíra Falls, the largest waterfalls in the world

The Guairá Falls were, until 1982, the largest waterfalls in the world by water volume. With 49 million liters per second, the 18 falls that formed them doubled the volume of the Niagara Falls and surpassed in 12 times that of the Victoria Falls.…
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The tiny Croatian island that has more than 23 kilometers of walls and looks like a fingerprint from above the air.

Without reaching the Greek profusion, Croatia has 79 large islands, more than 500 smaller islets and another 642 tiny rocks covering an area of about 3,300 square kilometers.One such small island is Baljenac (or Bavljenac), located off the Dalma…
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