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There are frequent displays of affection, opportunities for physical contact, and even inside jokes in conversations between close friends. When, on the other hand, the topic at hand is people who do not have healthy relationships, the tone of the discussion takes an entirely different turn.

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Believe it or not, the same thing takes place with the nations that make up our world, and it is straightforward to see how this takes place within the boundaries of each country. There are specific locations where there is simply a simple sign that denotes where the border is. Therefore, it is almost as if the wall does not exist in some areas. On the other hand, some boundaries are entirely different from this, and they have enormous divisions and are even overseen by the military.

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If you want to get a good idea of the relationship between countries that share a border, you must look at the boundaries that divide them. This will give you a clear picture of how the countries are connected. Okay, let’s get this party started!

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#1 At the border of China and Mongolia stand two enormous dinosaurs facing off against each other.

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#2 You won’t believe where you are, but you’re standing on the border of Brazil and Uruguay.

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#3 Iguazu Falls, which are pretty breathtaking, may be found on both the Brazilian and Argentine sides of the border.

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#4 The contrast in light levels between North Korea (completely dark) and South Korea (wholly lit)

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#5 There is a divide between Israel and Egypt.

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#6 A straightforward representation of Spain and Portugal

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#7 Both the German and Czech approaches to the idea of vegetation are visible from the border between the two countries, which separates Germany and the Czech Republic.

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#8 The appearance of the border between the United States and Canada is considerably dissimilar to the border’s appearance with Mexico.

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#9 In this picture, you can see a woman from a Lithuanian village, Norviliskes, having a conversation with her Belarusian neighbors who live on the opposite side of the border. This demarcates the boundary between the two countries of Belarus and Lithuania.

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#10 Near the city of Aachen may be found the point at which the countries of Germany, Holland, and Belgium share a boundary.

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#11 The straightforward boundary that separates Sweden and Norway.

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#12 Border of Denmark and Sweden

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#13 United States of America and Mexico once more.

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#14 The frontier between Bolivia and Brazil

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#15 In contrast to mainland China, where driving is done on the right side of the road, the left side of the road is used in Macau. Because of this particular issue, the border was constructed in such a manner to provide a solution to the problem.

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#16 Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay

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#17 The border between the United States and Mexico

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#18 A massive zip line spans the gap between Spain and Portugal.

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#19 That dividing line between Poland and Ukraine

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#20 Comparing Australia to the other countries of the globe

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#21 The border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic is a good example of how drastically different Haiti’s and Dominican Republic’s environmental regulations are.

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#22 Separation of the Netherlands and Belgium into two countries

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#23 Norway and Sweden’s long border

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#24 This is the Slovakia-Austria-Hungary border.

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#25 Arizonans and Sonorans play volleyball using the “wall” as a net.

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