Waterfall Reappears 60 Years After Disappearance
Turbulent flow poured down the Tiantai Mountain in Taizhou City of east China’s Zhejiang Province on Thursday after 60 years’ cutoff.
With an overall height of 325 meters, the Tiantai Mountain Waterfall has several stairs. Its maximum width is 90 meters.
The original natural waterfall disappeared 60 years ago due to the construction of a reservoir and a power plant in order to meet local demand of electricity and irrigation. Later a new reservoir was built at the upstream of the old one, which restored the waterfall.
The Tiantai Mountain Waterfall is an all-weather waterfall that has stable water storage and controllable flow.