Kaieteur-falls



[kahy-i-too r] /ˌkaɪ ɪˈtʊər/

noun
1.
a waterfall in central Guyana, on a tributary of the Essequibo River. 741 feet (226 meters) high.
[puh-tahr-oh] /pəˈtɑr oʊ/
noun
1.
a river in central Guyana: (Kaieteur Falls) one of highest waterfalls in the world at 741 feet (226 meters). 100 miles (161 km) long.

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