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Famous Place, Latin America, Mexico, Oaxaca, Swimming Pool

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Upload date:October 13, 2015


Hierve el Agua (Spanish for 'the water boils') is set of natural rock formations in the Mexican state of Oaxaca that look like waterfalls. The site consists of two rock shelves or cliffs which rise between fifty and ninety metres from the valley below, from which extend nearly white rock formations which look like waterfalls. These formations are created by fresh water springs, whose water is over-saturated with calcium carbonate and other minerals. One of the cliffs, called the 'cascada chica' (small waterfall) or the Amphitheatre, contains two large artificial pools for swimming as well as a number of small natural pools. Hierve el Agua is a popular tourist site. State of Oaxaca, Mexico.
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