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Posted 08/10/2019   5:59 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add bookbndrbob to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
On March 26. 1993 Japan issued this Ibaraki Prefecture stamp (Scott #Z131) depicting Fukuroda Falls. Stamp was issued in both sheet and booklet format, as shown below. Fukuroda Falls has been called one of the three most picturesque waterfalls in the country.

From the japanvistor.com website, "The Fukuroda Falls rise to a height of 121 meters and are 73 meters wide. The water from the Taki River, which has its source just above the falls, descends in four tiers of cascades, giving the name 'yo-dono-taki' (four times falls)."



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Shasui-no-taki waterfall on the Tanzawa River at Yamakita is shown on this Kanagawa Prefecture stamp (Sc. #Z125) of 1992. Stamp was issued in sheets and booklets (one or two straight edges).

From Wikipedia, "The Shasui Falls drops in three separate plunges with a total height of 90 meters...The famed monk Mongaku is said to have spent 100 days in meditation and austerities at this waterfall."


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Forests of the United Kingdom
August 13, 2019
Set of six, one stamp depicts waterfalls in Glenariff Forest in Northern Ireland.

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ITY emblem, Sun, village and waterfall, designed and engraved by French artist Jacques Combet (1920-1993), and issued by People's Republic of the Congo on July 5, 1967 to publicize the UN's International Tourism Year, Scott No. 165.

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Waterfalls
July 4, 1988
The River Edessaios Waterfalls are located in the heart of Edessa in northern Greece. They formed as River Edessaios branches off and flows over a large area.

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