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Waterfalls in Iceland

Waterfalls in Iceland

Iceland is a country of waterfalls. There are over 10,000 waterfalls on the island, from small and charming to powerful and majestic. Waterfalls can be found everywhere, from the coast to the interior of the country. Some of the most famous and popular waterfalls are located on the Golden Circle, a popular tourist route in southern Iceland. One of the most recognizable waterfalls in Iceland is Skógafoss. Skógafoss is a massive waterfall with a height of 60 meters and a width of up to 25 meters. A large amount of water cascades down the canyon, creating a spectacular sight. Another popular waterfall is 60-meter Seljalandsfoss. There is a path that leads behind the waterfall and you can go there, but you need to wear waterproof clothing because everything is wet after a few seconds. Gullfoss is a cascading waterfall with a height of 32 meters. The water cascades down the canyon, creating an amazing sight. We also drove inland to see 128-meter-high Háifoss - it is one of the highest waterfalls in Iceland - and I have to say its size is impressive! Waterfalls in Iceland are not only beautiful sights, but also a source of energy. The water from waterfalls is used to generate electricity.

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