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    Victoria Falls, Southern Africa.

  • Kim Leyba

    Loved this place when I was a kid. Beautiful rainbows above Victoria Falls - Xinhua | English.news.cn

  • Carla Lopes

    This is a photograph of Victoria Falls as seen from the Zambian part of the viewing area. The Zambezi river cascades over the rock face to the canyon below. The sight is a stunning display of nature and an awesome experience to behold. Enjoy.

  • Amber Mainda

    50 Astonishing Photos of Marvelous Places Around the World, That You Must Visit (Part 1) | Your Amazing Places

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