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Shaanxi Shanxi The Shanxi-Shaanxi Gorge——The Yellow River Hukou Waterfall 1
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 壶口瀑布是中国黄河上的著名瀑布,其奔腾汹涌的气势是中华民族精神的象征。东濒山西省临汾市吉县壶口镇,西临陕西省延安市宜川县壶口乡。距太原大约5、6个小时车程;距西安大约2个多小时车程。黄河至此两岸石壁峭立,河口收束狭如壶口,故名壶口瀑布。瀑布落差9米,蕴藏丰富的水力资源。

  壶口瀑布,是由于黄河流至壶口一带,两岸苍山夹峙,把黄河水约束在狭窄的黄河峡谷中,河水聚拢,收束为一股,奔腾呼啸,跃入深潭,溅起浪涛翻滚,形似巨壶内黄水沸腾。巨大的浪涛,在形成的落差注入谷底后,激起一团团水雾烟云,景色分外奇丽。站在河边观瀑,游人莫不唱起“风在吼,马在叫,黄河在咆哮”这威武雄壮的歌声。

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