Saturday, 15 March 2014


Kama merú Falls is located in Canaima National Park, a park in south-eastern Venezuela that borders Brazil and Guyana.About 65% of the park is occupied by plateaus of rock called tepuis, which are a kind of plateau of millions of years old, with vertical walls and almost flat tops. One of these you is depicted on the card.Their sheer cliffs and waterfalls (including Angel Falls, which is the highest waterfall in the world) create spectacular landscapes. In 1994, the Canaima National Park was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, as a natural reserve that has abrupt relief special and unique around the world, the tepuisThank you, Luis!

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