|Location||Talawakele, Sri Lanka|
|Elevation||1,140 m (3,740 ft)|
|Total height||97 m (318 ft)|
|Number of drops||3|
|Watercourse||A tributary of Kothmale Oya|
Devon Falls, known as the 'Veil of the Valley', is a waterfall in Sri Lanka, situated 6 km (3.7 mi) west of Talawakele, Nuwara Eliya District on the A7 highway. The falls is named after a pioneer English coffee planter called Devon, whose plantation was situated nearby the falls. The waterfall is 97 m (318 ft) high and is the 19th highest in the country. The falls are formed by a tributary of Kothmale Oya, which is a tributary of Mahaweli River. The elevation of Devon Falls is 1,140 m (3,740 ft) above sea level.
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