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Armenia - Day 1 - 18 September 2010, The Cascade is an astonishing series of stepped levels designed and initiated in Soviet times but left unfinished. The scale is enormous but very little (if any) water runs down it it.

Date 18 September 2010, 06:17
Source Armenia - Cascade looking towards the Opera House
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Author Shaun Dunphy from Lindfield, United Kingdom

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40° 10′ 44.18″ N, 44° 31′ 20.78″ E

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