Iguazu Photo Gallery is all about Iguazu national park, in Argentina's mesopotamia.
Greek name in origin, mesopotamia means "land between two rivers", embracing the provinces of Entre Rios, Corrientes and Misiones.
The rivers being Parana ("father of the waters" in Guarani language) and Uruguay.
It was created in 1934 and included in the World Heritage List by UNESCO in 1984. The Brazilian counterpart - Foz do Iguacu - was listed in 1986.
An area of lush vegetation, subtropical jungle also known as the Paranaense jungle, it hosts the highest biodiversity you will ever find in Argentina, and one of the world's largest and most impressive waterfalls: Iguazu falls.
Iguazu is a Guarani name which means "great waters".
Receiving thousands of international visitors on a daily basis, Iguazu falls is one of the world's true wonders, a sight you certainly wouldn't want to miss.
For the time being, let's enjoy this visual journey through the Iguazu Photo Gallery.
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Regarding to how to get there and where to stay, please visit Iguazu falls page.
Another pretty interesting sight while in Misiones province, is to visit the Jesuit Missions of San Ignacio Mini and Santa Maria de Loreto, a fantastic project carried over by the Jesuits from 1607 to 1767.
To learn more about it, visit Jesuit Missions of the Guaranis.