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Iya Valley and the Statue of the Peeing Boy

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17. February. 2018

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High above the Iya Valley, a precipice hangs 200 meters above the river below. This area is notoriously dangerous and visitors are no longer allowed to stand on the rocks, but they can go up for a look at the humorous statue of the peeing boy. The legend goes that young boys would pee off the side of the cliff to show their courage. Visitors should note that this attraction is in the eastern part of the valley, so it isn’t easily accessible from the western part of the valley.

Iya Valley and the Statue of the Peeing Boy

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