Horseshoe Falls

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Horse·shoe Falls

 (hôrs′sho͞o′, hôr′sho͞o′)
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Noun1.Horseshoe Falls - a part of Niagara Falls in OntarioHorseshoe Falls - a part of Niagara Falls in Ontario  
Ontario - a prosperous and industrialized province in central Canada
Niagara, Niagara Falls - waterfall in Canada is the Horseshoe Falls; in the United States it is the American Falls
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Thence he made his way, with the kitten skirmishing along beside him in the grass, to a staircase that led to a lump of projecting rock that enfiladed the huge green majesty of the Horseshoe Fall.
A spokesman for North Wales Police said: "Shortly after 11am on Sunday, January 7, emergency services were called to assist a canoeist who had suffered a suspected cardiac arrest on the River Dee close to the Horseshoe Falls near Llangollen.
This stunning shot is at the brink of Horseshoe Falls, one of three waterfalls at the famous honeymoon destination.
Hercules the horse plodded along, providing us with a very relaxing two-hour trip to the Horseshoe Falls on the River Dee.
And that's before you see the Horseshoe Falls in all their icy glory, whether by helicopter, boat, tunnel or cable car.
North Wales Set off from Trevor on the Llangollen Canal, visiting not only the quaint Welsh town and its Horseshoe Falls but also Cheshire town Ellesmere, plus Chirk with its claustrophobic canal tunnel and 900-year-old castle.
Canada's Horseshoe Falls are the longest with a 2,600 foot brink, while the connected American and Bridal Veil falls have a 1,060 foot brink.
side of Niagara Falls, known as the American Falls, and the Canadian side, known as the Horseshoe Falls because of its shape.
Into the 2,600- ft wide roaring Horseshoe Falls, the largest of the three Niagara waterfalls?
Of the three waterfalls, Horseshoe Falls, the widest and most impressive, is on the Canadian side.
In 1906, 1,000 acres for a dam, power house, and head works were obtained from the Stoney Indians, and in 1911 the first electricity was provided to Calgary through a dam at Horseshoe Falls.