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Member Reviews (1)
- Paraná RiverFirst to ReviewJan 02, 2013
The second longest river in South America, taken walking across the Friendship Bridge. The Iguaçu Falls area is shared by 3 countries: Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. As luck has it, Paraguay (already a poor country compared to the other two) has no part of the Iguaçu Falls, they miss out on all the tourist money. What they have is half of the Itaipu Dam, the largest operating hydroelectric facility in the world, which they share with Brazil. The Brazilian government pays them a lot of money for their half of the electricity produced. I hear the 2 countries squabble over the terms of that deal all the time.