Marco Das Tres Fronteiras
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About Marco Das Tres Fronteiras, Foz Do Iguacu
Also known as ‘Three borders landmark’, this is a unique monument in Foz do Iguacua. This is the point where the borders of three countries- Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay meet. The Iguacu River divides Brazil and Argentina whereas the Parana divides Paraguay with the other two.
The monument was inaugurated in 1903 and represents the proximity of the country borders and who sometimes, they are too hard to divide!
The monument comprises of three structures painted in the flag colours of each country. The three structures form an equilateral triangle which determines the territorial limit of the three countries.
The Brazilian landmarks stands on the Port Meria, the Argentine Marco is set on the shore of Rio Iguacu and the Paraguayan March is located on the right bank of Parana River.
There is also an amphitheatre known as space of America which served as an entertainment space.
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Immerse yourself in Argentinean culture. Visit the central market and a popular crafts fair featuring various spices and delicacies. Taste Argentinean alfajores, a beloved traditional cookie. Step inside the amazing Ice Bar Iguazu, an icy atmosphere where everything is ice.
The Iguassu Falls are a spectacular collection of 275 waterfalls, extending over a length of almost 3 km in an enormous canyon on the Iguassu River. Visitors has great panoramic view of the waterfall from Brazilian side. The average flow of water over the falls is 1,700 m3 per second and the resulting clouds of spray create immense rainbows, presenting a stunningly colorful spectacle.
Embark on this 8-hour adventure to the Argentinean Falls of Iguazu National Park. Tour the Devil's Throat Circuit, Upper Circuit, and Lower Circuit with your small-group of no more than 14. Enjoy a boat ride where you will cruise along the falls and even get wet at the end.
More than 75% from Iguassu Falls are located at Argentinian territory. It is essential to visit the Iguassu Falls in this country. Traditionally there are three circuits: DevilÂ´s Throat, Upper and Lower. Coupled circuits are approximately 6 kilometers walk through the forest, several lookouts with privileged views and great pictures are taken.
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Very atractive place. Cheap ticket and a very wonderful place. There are many panels telling about local history, a incredible cinema that plays a short movie about that place and its meaning and a toten with water fontaine where lights makes this place incredible. At ending, a musical show with some greatest dancer performers, where they play and dance musics fom Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil.
Very good cultural performances. An entertaining way to know a little bit more about the three countries. Also good for filling the night schedule. Ask ur hotel fromt desk and they will provide u a shared taxi that takes u there.
It looks nice in the outside but we didn´t get in as we didn´t want to pay for that... the Argentinian side is for free!
Not worth the entrance ticket. Better Google image it in fact.
The place looks nice, but the price to get in is absurd. Once in, there's a nice view of the river where the three countries converge, a fountain with an obelisk painted with Brazil's colors, and a kid's playground similar to those found in McDonald's. There's a restaurant that charges over R$70 per plate and some other stuff they charge for. I spent most of the time trying to figure out what I had just paid so much to get in for. If you can, go to the Argentine side. It's free there.
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