The green and yellow pillars are the colors of the Brazilian flag, and this pillar stands here to indicate: Here is the border of Brazil! On the opposite bank of the two rivers adjacent to this pillar, similar pillars of the other two countries also stand. One is a pillar from Paraguay on the other side of the river, and the other is a pillar from Argentina on the opposite bank. Like Wuhan? Wuchang, Hankou, Hanyang? Ha ha!
The Iguazu Falls is located at the junction of Ecuador, Argentina, and Brazil. Its scenery is super magnificent, and it is no longer possible to express it in words and bring shock to the soul. There is a viewing spot here. While watching the Iguazu Falls, you can also see the boundaries of the Three Kingdoms. It is also a particularly magical place and it is worth experiencing.
A scenic spot with good natural and cultural landscapes, the scenery is very good; Xiao is interesting, standing on Brazil’s side, Argentina is opposite the river, and the land of Paraguay is on the right bank. From a distance, it is full of green trees. View. Tickets are 24 Brazilian dollars for adult tickets.
Iguazu City is located at the confluence of the Parana and Iguazu Rivers at the junction of Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina. You can see the three countries at a glance. The city covers an area of 630 square kilometers (Iguazu National Park accounts for 20%, and Lake Itaipu accounts for 30%). The urban area is 85 square kilometers, 183 meters above sea level, and a population of 250,000. The annual average temperature is 27.7°C. January is the highest with an average temperature of 28.1°C; July is the coldest with an average temperature of 14.6°C, with an annual rainfall of 1712 mm and an annual average humidity of 80%. Iguazu City is the second largest tourist center in Brazil, receiving approximately 7 million tourists annually. The local residents are mainly engaged in commerce and tourism. There are about 3,000 overseas Chinese in Iguazu, most of whom do business in the Oriental City on the Paraguay side and live in Iguazu.
Yiwang Three Kingdoms is located at the confluence of the Iguazu and Parana rivers, and also the junction of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. Standing on the bridge and looking at the three countries, there are three different colors, which is clear at a glance.