At 133 meters high, Nachi Falls in Wakayama Prefecture is one of the most famous waterfalls in Japan.
摠見寺三重塔（Souken-ji 3-storied Pagoda, Important Cultural Property in Azuchi, Shiga)
Lotfollah Mosque, Iran
You should say in Japanese "Su-go-i" when you look at this. It means "awesome!"
We stop in Schaffhausen to see the largest waterfalls in Europe, the RHINE FALLS, where in summer 600,000 liters of water falls down 23 meters (75 feet) every second. We continue to LUCERNE, this most beautiful city at the foot of the Swiss Alps on fabulous Lake Lucerne. See the Lion Monument (the famous dying Lion of Lucerne), walk the wooden Chapel Bridge and join your guide for a stroll of the old town.
Nachi Falls (那智滝 ) in Nachikatsuura, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan, is one of the best-known waterfalls in Japan. With a drop of 133 meters (and 13 meters wide), it is the country's tallest water fall with single uninterrupted drop albeit the tallest waterfall with multiple drops in Japan is Hannoki Falls of 497 m (seasonal), and Shomyo Falls of 350m (year round).