We are so accustomed to the exotic aspect and the distant factor, that if we think of waterfalls. If we think of waterfalls, the first names that come to mind are those of Niagara falls, the Iguaçu and perhaps those of the Zambesi. Oblivious to many are the natural beauties of which we see in Old Europe.
In the photograph, we see a spectacular vantage point of the Rhine Falls. This falls is a destination for tourists of all ages.
In 1840, an English writer, Mary Shelley told about her visit to the falls. She wrote, “This is an extraordinary place, more than anything I had ever seen before.”
The Rhine Falls (also known in Italy as the Falls of Schaffhausen, Rheinfall in German) is the largest waterfall in Europe. The waters of the Rhine, which roll over down has a roar of a thunder, which is deafening when you approach it.
Getting to the waterfall on the Rhine is not as adventurous and difficult as how to get to Iguaçu. All you have to do is just get in Schaffhausen. For you to enjoy the spectacular view of the waterfalls, you can also take the ferry.
Spending our holidays in a crystal clear waters is just amazing. The thought alone of diving in a cool, blue water, and feeling it on our skin is wonderful.
However, today, we will not talk about beautiful seas, but instead, talk about beautiful rivers.
To prove how our creator love His people, he designed breathtaking places for us to awe in wonder. An example of a beautiful creation is the Verzasca River in Switzerland.
The Verzasca River is surrounded by rocks and landscapes. By looking at it, it seems that it has no water because of the rich mass that envelop it. But, take a glance at its waters, and you’ll notice that it is somewhat transparent. It definitely is an epitome of a crystal clear water. It is impressive, unique, and definitely worth visiting.
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