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Rhine Falls Locaetd in the town of Schaffhausen in northern Switzerland, the Rhine Falls or Rheinfall is the largest plain waterfall in the continent of Europe. It is believed that the falls were formed about seventeen thousand years ago which make them one of the oldest falls in the world. The falls cannot be climbed by any fish, except eels who use the support of the rocks to make their way up.
Extreme mountaineering and rock climbing photographs by Robert Bosch - Telegraph
Climber Annatina Schultz climbing The Fall on Klettern in Meiringen, Switzerland - photographed by Robert Bosch