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    The most famous frozen waterfall has to be Niagara Falls in North America, which has frozen over at least twice in recent history (1848, 1936 and possibly 1912). Tourists flocked from miles around to walk along the frozen falls, even collecting souvenirs from the riverbed. Wow!!

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    Niagara Falls Frozen in 1911

    This is a rare image which was purportedly taken in 1911 offer postcard views of Niagara Falls completely frozen over.

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    Frozen Minnehaha Falls

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    Niagara Falls at night from the Canadian side.

    Frozen Multnomah Falls (Oregon)

    Incredible. The famous Blondin made his first crossing of Niagara Falls on June 30th, 1859, watched, it was calculated, by 100,000 people. Here his manager, Harry Colcord, is carried piggy-back (via Fitzgerald Georgia Today)

    This frozen waterfall near Turnagain Arm, Alaska looks like something straight out of Narnia. It may not be very large in size, but it's certainly one of the most magical places.

    Niagara Falls – Canada/USA Niagara Falls is located on the border between Canada and the United States. It consists of three waterfalls – Horseshoe Falls, American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls – which separate the U.S. state of New York and the Canadian province of Ontario. In spite of its height of only about 53 meters, the gorgeous Niagara Falls are the most powerful waterfalls in northern America, with a producing capacity of up to 4.4 gigawatts of electricity. An extremely impressive view is observed from the Canadian side from the Rainbow Bridge connecting the two countries.

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    Nik Wallenda becomes first person to walk across Niagra Falls on tightrope