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Iguazu Falls are a wonder of the world in South America. They divide Brazil from Argentina and are considered the "largest" falls in the world, when measured by the "horseshoe" of the falls. Under normal conditions, Niagara flows about 3 times the volume of water (2 million liters per second) that flow over Iguazu, but there has been a lot of rain in southern Brazil this year, and the falls are currently flowing about 5 to 10 million liters per second, so about 3 times what flows over Niagara. We visited both the Argentine and Brazilian sides of the falls on this trip. The weather was pretty hot, but there was plenty of spray from the falls to keep us cool most of the time.