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Vagabond Travel
Vagabond Travel • 2 years ago

The Icelandic waterfall Gullfoss pours nearly 5,000 cubic feet of water over its edge each second. Gullfoss (which means 'Golden Falls' in English) is on the Hvita river in southwest Iceland. The falls were once considered for hydroelectric power, but fortunately for this stunning vista, they were sold to the Icelandic government instead and preserved. Now the spot is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Iceland.