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This man-made waterfall, located near Guangzhou, China, is the tallest waterfall (natural or man-made) in all of Mainland China. At 428.5 meters, it is taller than the Empire State Building. 3,400 tons of water pour through this waterfall every day. The path to reach the top is 6.6 kilometers and contains 9,999 stairs. The waterfall also lies on the Tropic of Cancer.
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