What Is the Largest Waterfall in Africa?

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The largest water fall in Africa is the Tugela Falls. It is the second largest waterfall in the world, with a vertical height of 3110 feet. Its tallest drop is 1350 feet and it has five drop with an average width of 50 feet. This falls are found in South Africa, in Kwazulu Natal, Royal Natal National Park.
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Tugela Falls is the largest waterfall in Africa. The total drop in five free-leaping falls is 947 meter. They are located in the Dragon's Mountains in KwaZulu-Natal Province, Republic of South Africa.
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