Midagrabin waterfalls in North Ossetia make impression like its flows fall straight from heaven. The main waterfall, The Big Zaigelan is often referred to as the falling avalanche. According to geological data, the height of its continuous fall of the water is 750 meters. This is the highest waterfall in Europe and the fifth in the list of highest waterfalls all over the planet. Waterfalls are fed with glacier water, so in the winter the water flow almost stops, and only ice incrustations on the rocks remind of the falls. But in the summer, on a hot day, especially after heavy rains, the amount of water significantly increases. From time to time chunks of ice break off the hanging glacier as well as the stones often tumble along the fall of water, so approaching close to the waterfalls is not recommended.

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