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  • Canada Falls
  • Horseshoe Falls
  • Canadian Niagra Falls
  • Canadian Falls
  • Canadian Niagara Falls
  • Horseshoe Falls
  • Canadian Niagara Falls
  • Canada Falls
  • Horseshoe Falls
  • Niagara Falls Facts
  • Canadian Falls
  • Canadian Niagra Falls

Niagara Falls, more specifically, is the name of three waterfalls - the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls. The Canadian side of Niagara Falls located between Goat Island and Table Rock is known as the Horseshoe Falls. With the highest flow rate and beauty, Horseshoe Niagara Falls becomes a holiday spot for millions of people every year.

Studies and history of Niagara Falls indicate that thousands of years ago, the Falls was 11 km downstream from its current spot. Erosion was a major issue associated with the Canadian Falls. And the rate of average erosion of the Niagara Falls rose up to 1 metre per year until early 1950s. Thereafter the water diversions have spread out more evenly reducing the erosion in Niagara Falls. The Canadian Horseshoe Falls is also a great source of hydraulic power .

Get to know facts about Niagara Falls! There are over 500 waterfalls in the world are taller than Niagara Falls. But Niagara Falls is the biggest waterfalls in the world by the volume of whopping water siphoned at an average of 750,000 gallons each second.

Niagara Falls Facts

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