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The cascade gairaut is a large artificial waterfall built in the nineteenth century the town of nice.

The waterfall at the beginning of the twentieth century is located on the same hill and commemorate the arrival terminal of waters of the channel Vésubie in 1883.

The waterfall flows into different pools fall overcome a chalet alpine wood. The entire site is landscaped with fake caves stalactites and accessories rocaille cement imitating armed branches of wood. In the early twentieth century, the waterfall is a must excursion tours of Nice. And tour guides as well as the local press of the time never fail to recommend this site to the typical scenery and breathtaking panorama from their readers.

Today, she continues to oxygenate the water and Vésubie be a place for walking to many visitors.

Copyright: Mouret Vincent
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12080x6040
Taken: 09/05/2009
Uploaded: 10/05/2009
Updated: 01/03/2015


Tags: waterfall; of; gairaut
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