The highest waterfall in the world is considered to Angel Falls, the height of 1054 m.
Located on the River Churumi in South America, in Venezuela.
Is named after its discoverer, Venezuelan pilot Huat Angel. It opened in 1935.
The height of drop of water here is so great that the flow does not reach the bottom of the abyss, the water turns to dust that settles on the rocks rain.
At a distance of 300 m to the bottom of the abyss powerful stream breaks in the fog.