A million tourists a year now visit the Iguazú Falls, where 275 distinct cascades, nearly 2 miles wide, separate Argentina’s Misiones province from Brazil. The sound and fury created as the Río Iguazúpours over 265-foot-high basalt ledges are overpowering, the visceral impact one of South America’s most compelling experiences.
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