Situated right at the border of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, few sections of Iguazu Falls is considered in the Argentinian lands. That doesn’t at all mitigate the majestic aura of the falls as the entire splendor is visible from the Brazilian side. The tiered Iguazu splits the Iguazu River into upper and lower Iguazu. There are in all 275 falls that make up Iguazu falls. The U-shaped fall which is called the Devil’s Throat is the most stunning. Some of the larger falls are nearly 82 m high but the average hovers around the 65 m mark.