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Standing at Gullfoss (Iceland)
Iceland

The Gullfoss (which means Golden Falls in icelandic) is a waterfall in the canyon of the river Hvítá in the southwest of Iceland. The waterfall is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Iceland.

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