The city of Foz do Iguassu (Mouth of the Iguassu River) is located in the Brazilian State of Paraná on the border with Argentina and Paraguay, and is situated within the Mata Atlântica biome. Foz do Iguassu is the gateway to Iguassu Falls, one of the most famous attractions in all of Brazil and among the most captivating natural wonders in the world. The 275 massive waterfalls are divided between Argentina and Brazil, with viewing platforms and elevated walkways allowing visitors to venture out over the water experience the power of the falls up close. Water isn’t the only thing to see in the "Land of the Falls"; visitors can revel in the splendor of the surrounding forests, observe the many species of birds and other wildlife, and see the world's largest hydroelectric work, the Itaipu Dam.
The city of Foz do Iguassu itself has a modest population of 260,000 and a warm, welcoming atmosphere for the many travelers it sees as an international tourist destination. [what else can we say about the city?]
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