by FP Staff Jan 23, 2016 09:32 IST
Vinnufallet, Norway: The tallest waterfall in all of Europe is at the same time one of the most impressive anywhere in the world. The melt waters of the Vinnu Glacier rush through a crevice high up on a cliff and then plunge 865 metres downward. The highest stage is 730 metres, where the water crashes onto rocks and branches out to create a curtain of water up to 152 metres wide. Vinnufallet is easily reachable, and located near the town of Sunndalsora, some 400 kilometres north of the capital Oslo. Motorists can see the waterfall while driving the RV 70 highway along the Sunndal valley. DPA.
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