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Measuring a staggering 48 feet in height and 80 feet in width, the Cold Water Falls in Tuscumbia, Alabama boasts of being the ?largest man-made natural stone waterfall known to exist? in the world. It used more than 1700 tons of Colbert County sandstone, and around 4,320,000 gallons of water pass over the falls daily.

The Cold Water Falls was built in just 120 days by the Robbins Property Development, Inc, following the design of Audwin McGee. It is located inside Spring Park, which is Tuscumbia?s most popular park, thanks to its various features like the playground area, large spring, barbeque grills, and other picnic amenities for visitors. A train is also installed just recently, carrying guests around the park.
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