|Notable waterfalls of the world|
Angel Falls – highest in the world
|Location||Canaima National Park, Venezuela|
|Total height||979 m (3,212 ft)|
This is a list of notable waterfalls of the world sorted by continent, then country, then province, state or territory. A waterfall is considered notable if it has an existing article specifically for it on Wikipedia, and the height or width is a minimum of 15 m (49 ft), or the falls have some historical significance based on multiple reliable references.
||Note: There is no standard way to measure the height or width of a waterfall. No ranking of waterfalls should be assumed because of the heights or widths provided in the list. Many numbers are estimated and measurements may be imprecise.|
(listed after Australia in the Oceania section below)
See also Category:Waterfalls of Michigan
Notable falls higher than 15.3 m (50 ft). See also Category:Waterfalls of North Carolina
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