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This bridge connects Brasil and Paraguai.
During the week there is some trafic, but it does not take that long to go over there. One thing, I do not recommend Americans to go over there. It is tooo crowded.
The Tancredo Neves Bridge connects the cities of Foz do Iguaçu (Brazil) and Puerto Iguazu (Argentina), over the Iguaçu River. Although it was designed with no intention of looking good, the decoration with the colors of Brazil and Argentina give it a nice touch. It...More
The bridge over Paraná river is mandatory to cross from Brazilian side to Argentinian side (Missiones provinces - to the city of Puerto Iguazu), and vice-versa. You can see the color of the bridge changing from yellow green to white blue in the middle of...More
From this bridge, you can see Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. The concrete barriers along the bridge are painted in the green and yellow of Brazil on their half and blue and white on the Argentine side.