The Iguazu River (Portuguese: Rio Iguaçu, Spanish: Río Iguazú) has its source in the Serra do Mar (Mountains by the Sea) in the Brazilian state of Paraná to finish over a thousand kilometers southeast at the Paraná River, in the triple border with Paraguay and Argentina. Just a few kilometres upstream, it surges over the drop of a plateau forming the Iguazu Falls.
RIVER PROJECT WORRIES ARGENTINIANS DAMAGE TO WATERFALL FEARED AS BRAZIL CUTS FLOW OF IGUAZU RIVER.(News/ National/ International)
Aug 30, 1998; Byline: Jason Webb Reuters BUENOS AIRES -- Brazilian plans to cut most of the flow of water to the mighty Iguazu waterfalls for...