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20+ Mesmerizing Images That Prove That Niagara Falls, Is Heaven On Earth.
These are the only photographs, that make you believe that nature's beauty is sure eternal. And Niagra Falls are the epitome of all beauty that exists on earth.
I bet, once you are through all the photographs, you cannot help but be poetic about this amazing place.
What are you waiting for, it's time you pack your bags and witness beauty in all it's glory.
The Niagara River is about 58 km in length
Niagara Falls is comprised of three waterfalls: American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and Horseshoe Falls.
The water that flows over the Falls is at 25-50% capacity at any given time
The first person to go over the Falls in a barrel was 63-year-old school teacher Annie Edson Taylor.
Many poets have been inspired to write about the falls.
In 1885, a horse-drawn carriage ride around the falls cost $1 per hour.
The Niagara River does not start small, it dates back to Ice Age.
Peak visitor traffic occurs in the summertime, when Niagara Falls are both a daytime and evening attraction.
One of the oldest surviving United States flags is permanently displayed at Fort Niagara.
The Cave of the Winds attraction at the Falls is torn down and re-built every year.
At one time, P.T. Barnum wanted to turn Goat Island (inside Niagara Falls State Park) into a circus ground.
Niagara Falls visits rose sharply in 1953 after the release of Niagara, a movie starring Marilyn Monroe and Joseph Cotten.
The Niagara Falls area features as the base camp for a German aerial invasion of the United States in the H. G. Wells novel The War in the Air.
Energy from the Niagara River has been harnessed for hydro-electric power generation as far back as the mid-eighteenth century.
Recently, location footage of the falls was shot to portray
Composer Ferde Grofe was commissioned by the Niagara Falls Power Generation project in 1960 to compose the Niagara Falls Suite.
The oldest and best known tourist attraction at Niagara Falls is the Maid of the Mist boat cruise.
In 1941 the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission completed the third current crossing in the immediate area of Niagara Falls with the Rainbow Bridge, carrying both pedestrian and vehicular traffic
After the First World War, tourism boomed again as automobiles made getting to the falls much easier.
The cities of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada and Niagara Falls, New York, U.S.A. are connected by two international bridges. One of them Being the Rainbow Bridge.
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