The Borderless Experience: The Triple Frontier
The Triple Frontier is a tri-border area along the junction of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. While this rare tripoint represents a geopolitical and natural characteristic of a border that is not commonly present in just any parts of the world, there is also a cultural, economic and social exchange between the 3 cities that make the environment dynamic and interesting as a life experience. It is common to use currencies from other countries in the cities, just as there is the custom of hearing different accents of the Spanish and Potugese through the streets.
Although there are plenty triple borders in the world, this is formed naturally by the convergence of two rivers, mainly the Parana River and the Iguazu River. Out of the 3 monuments, the most accessible one is the one located in Argentina because this landmark is very close to the urban area of Puerto Iguazu, less than 2 km from the centre. The Landmark itself is a pyramid painted with the Argentine flag colours (sky-blue and white), and dated 1903 (year of the border treaty with Brazil). Further away we can see some poles with the flags of the 3 countries, a few plates badges and a small monument of the Malvinas Islands (Falkland Islands). Close by the monument are gift shops selling local products and souvenirs.
The triple border is located where three dense forests meet at a tri-junction separated only by a river. Mind you, South American countries like Argentina, Paraguay and especially Brazil are countries that host some of the densest forests in the world. Absolutely the perfect time for you to put on your Twelf-X watch. Both the Sky and Ocean collections are equipped with triple time-zone tracking function which allows you to keep up with three different time zones.