The international border between Argentina and Brazil runs right down the middle of the Parana River and, therefore, crosses directly under this bridge. Both halves of the bridge were becoming rundown, dirty, and covered with graffiti. In a bit of Brazilian oneupsmanship, all the local tour guides put together a covert team, stocked up with plenty of paint and rollers, and spruced up their side of the bridge in dark of night.
In this photo, you see Argentina on the west, Brazil on the east, and Paraguay smack dab in the middle. Of course, that border is still a couple more miles upriver, but that brings me to a question for which I really don’t have an answer:Is there any other place in the world where you can see three countries while standing in one location.
I’m going to guess that the answer is yes, but I really don’t know.