Tidal Wave: against the tide

9-meter tidal wave on the Qiantang River in China is recognized as a unique natural phenomenon. At high tide, millions of cubic meters of water, skirting the small islands, moving against the flow of the river, bewitching views of observers. Tidal waves exist in other places, such Alaska, Brazil (Amazon River) and the longest longest river in the UK - Severn. But tourists gathered on the banks of Qiantang River in China to look at the tidal wave, September 13, 2011

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The moment of impact with the waves on the shore breakwaters is particularly spectacular. But observe this phenomenon is extremely dangerous, and high wave periodically becomes the cause of death of people watching her. 22 August 2013.

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But this does not scare the extreme. Zhejiang Province in eastern China

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