Iguassu Falls (; Spanish: Iguazú), a waterfall on the Argentina-Brazil border. It lies on the Iguassu River and consists of a spectacular series of several hundred cataracts, separated by rocks and tree-covered islands.
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Venezuela, or Republic of Venezuela, a country in northern South America. It was given its name, meaning “Little Venice,” by an early Spanish explorer after he saw native huts built on posts in Lake Maracaibo.
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