Projekt Wöchentliche Fotochallenge #33 “Landschaft”

Vivaldi translation of first two paragraphs: This week Roland from “Royusch-Unterwegs” invited to show a photo on the topic of “landscape”. I chose the image of one of the unique natural wonders of the earth, which shows the landscape of the subtropical rainforest with the waterfalls of Iguazú. The falls lie in the middle of the twin national parks of Argentina and Brazil in a magnificent landscape that is nowhere else in this way. That is why the two national parks, the Argentine “Parque Nacional Iguazú” and the Brazilian “Parque Nacional do Iguaçu”, also belong together to the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The waterfalls are located on the border between the Brazilian state of Paraná and the Argentine province of Misiones. They arise from the fact that the Rio Iguazú in southern Brazil flows over a basalt plateau, which ends abruptly before the confluence with the Rio Paraná. In the language of the Tupi Guarani Indians, the name means “large water”, which is quite justified given the more than 250 individual waterfalls, which plunge down into two steps over a length of 2700 m and a height of sometimes over 80 meters is.

Senioren um die Welt

In dieser Woche hat Roland von „Royusch-Unterwegs“ dazu eingeladen, ein Foto zum Thema “Landschaft” zu zeigen. Ich habe dafür das Bild eines der einzigartigen Naturwunder der Erde gewählt, das die Landschaft des subtropischen Regenwalds mit den Wasserfällen von Iguazú zeigt. Die Fälle liegen inmitten der Zwillings-Nationalparks von Argentinien und Brasilien in einer grandiosen Landschaft, die es in dieser Art sonst nirgendwo gibt. Deshalb gehören die beiden Nationalparks, der argentinische “Parque Nacional Iguazú” und der brasiliansiche ,”Parque Nacional do Iguaçu”, auch gemeinsam zum UNESCO-Weltnaturerbe.


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