Are you aware that Niagara Falls, while not being the tallest waterfall in the world, still holds an extraordinary appeal?

Surprisingly, there exist approximately 500 other waterfalls worldwide that surpass Niagara in height

However, the sheer grandeur of Niagara Falls lies in its remarkable water flow

The Angel Falls in Venezuela, standing at an astonishing 979 meters (3,212 ft.), serves as a testament to heights attained by other waterfalls.

Nonetheless, what truly sets Niagara Falls apart is its unique fusion of impressive height and

immense volume, resulting in an awe-inspiring spectacle.

More than 168,000 cubic metres (6 million cubic ft.) of water go over the crestline of the falls every minute during peak daytime tourist hours

The Niagara River is a connecting channel between two Great Lakes, Erie and Ontario.

The key criteria for determining the quantity of water available for hydroelectricity generation is enshrined in a

bilateral agreement between the Canadian and U.S.

governments known as the "1950 Niagara Treaty," specifically addressing the "Diversion of the Niagara River" and dating back to 1950