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Victoria Falls (Zambia)
May 2004

"Victoria Falls is one of Africa's great contributions to world tourism.  It lies at a crossroads, of sorts: The convergence of four countries--Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana and Namibia--and the confluence of two of the continent's greatest river systems, the Zambezi and the Kwando-Mashi-Linyanti-Chobe.  The waterfall itself can only be described as spectacular.  Over an incredible 1.7km-wide precipice, an average of 550,000 cubic meters of water per minute plummets 90m to 107m into the Zambezi gorges, but during the March to May flood stage, that may increase to more than 10 times the dry-season volume." --Lonely Planet Namibia

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