Niagara Falls is a major non-man made attraction in Canada. It is located in located southeastern Ontario, Canada, and about 12,000 years old. The water flows approximately 35 miles/hour. This water flow generates a lot of hydro electricity and covers a land area of 212 sq. km. Water from Niagara ends up in lake Ontario, the water is fresh water and if came from melting glaciers.In March of 1848, the waters stopped flowing over Niagara's cliff even though it was temporary. The Horseshoe Falls are 180 feet tall which is amazing (Niagara Falls Facts). Niagara Falls are made out of 3 falls which are the American Falls, the Bridal Veil Falls and the Horseshoe Falls. The Horseshoe Falls being the tallest of them all (Niagara Falls Facts for Kids). There are many attractions there such as Louis Tussaud's English Wax Museum, The Minolta Tower rises 325 feet over the falls, Skylon Tower rises 775 feet above the Falls and many more (Niagara Falls Facts). Over 30 million people visit the falls each year, which is so cool because people come to see something nature has created (Niagara Falls Facts for Kids). This is important to me because now most people do not apperciate nature and people are going out to look at these falls which are clearly a major part of Canada.