Niagara Falls International Rainbow Bridge (commonly known as Rainbow Bridge) is an arch bridge across the Niagara River Canyon. It spans 290 meters and connects New York State and Ontario, Canada. The rainbow bridge was designed by architect Richard Lee (Richard Lee), and it was opened on 1941 11 1.
Across the Niagara River, connecting the United States and Maple Leaf, if you have both visas, you can walk to the middle of the bridge and feel the scale of the first international waterfall in the world. If you are still so lucky, you can stand at Rainbow Bridge and encounter a rainbow is not a dream.
One bridge flies from north to south, and the moat becomes a thoroughfare. The Rainbow Bridge across the Niagara River connects the United States and Canada. In the center of the bridge, there are three flags flying side by side, the Maple Leaf Flag on the north, the Stars and Stripes on the south, and the United Nations flag in the middle. The shape of the bridge is like a rainbow. The center of the bridge can overlook the panoramic view of the big waterfall. The river under the bridge can often show a beautiful rainbow~
A very famous natural bridge, called Rainbow Bridge, is a tributary of the Colorado River at the border between Utah and Arizona. It is made up of orange-red sandstone and looks like a beautiful rainbow that emerges from the rain after the sun sets.
The spectacular rainbow bridge, with the United States and Canada on one side.
The bridge is not wide, the water around the lake is blue and green.