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Niagara Falls

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishNiagara FallsNi‧ag‧a‧ra Falls /naɪˌæɡərə ˈfɔːlz/ (also the Niagara Falls)  two very large waterfalls on the border between Canada and the US, which are popular with tourists and are also used to produce electricity. Americans often joke about people who have just got married going to Niagara Falls on their honeymoon, but not many people really go there for that reason.
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