10 Most Beautiful Borders in the World

Existence of beauty can exist only when we can capture and appreciate it, nature has enormous gorgeousness, which makes the world more charming. Every country owns border, some are very beautiful and some are bizarre, I am going to list down 10 beautiful borders of the world in this article, which according to me are just awesome, have a look…….

1) North Korea/South Korea Border – Korean Demilitarized Zone

photo by Friar's Balsam

The border of North Korea and South Korea are one of the most beautiful and heavily militarized borders; is a strip of land running across the Korean Peninsula between North Korea and South Korea. It holds 1st place in my list, is also a buffer zone…

2) Nepal -China Border

photo by by Marc van der Chijs

The border areas between Nepal and China are one of the least known areas of the world; both countries share a common border which is quite beautiful and a long in distance of about 1,414.88 kilometers in distance. Thus, the Nepal-China border stands on Number 2 in my countdown chart.

3) Border of Netherland and France – Dutch-French Border on St. Martin

photo by gadl

French calls it Saint Martin and Dutch calls it Sint Maarten; is the only land boundary between the Netherland and France, it is on the Caribbean island of Saint Martin (Sint Maarten), where the Netherlands Antilles meets the French Overseas collectivity of Saint Martin, stands on 3rd position in  my list. 

4) India-Pakistan Border – Wagah Border – Berlin wall of Asia

photo by *_*

Wagah Border, quite often known as “Berlin Wall of Asia” is the only road border crossing and ceremonial border between India and Pakistan, it lies on the Grand Trunk Road between the cities of Amritsar, India and Lahore, Pakistan. At eve, there is a retreat ceremony called ‘lowering of the flags’ used to take place which makes the evening a special and a must see one….Wagah is a village, where the highly controversial Radcliffe line exists. India-Pakistan Border stands at number 4 in my countdown chart, which is just damn beautiful and one should see it at least once in their life….

5) Italian-Vatican Border

photo by Northfielder

The Vatican City State, sovereign and independent, is the survivor of the papal states that in 1859 comprised an area of some 17,000 sq mi (44,030 sq km). During the struggle for Italian unification, from 1860 to 1870, most of this area became part of Italy. By an Italian law of May 13, 1871, the temporal power of the pope was abrogated, and the territory of the papacy was confined to the Vatican and Lateran palaces and the villa of Castel Gandolfo. The popes consistently refused to recognize this arrangement. The Lateran Treaty of Feb. 11, 1929, between the Vatican and the kingdom of Italy, established the autonomy of the Holy See.

6) US-Mexican Border

photo by by dmealiffe

The United States – Mexico border is the international border between the United States and Mexico. It runs from Imperial Beach, California, and Tijuana, Baja California, in the west to Matamoros, Tamaulipas, and Brownsville, Texas, in the east, and traverses a variety of terrains, ranging from major urban areas to inhospitable deserts.The border’s total length is 3,169 km (1,969 miles), according to figures given by the International Boundary and Water Commission.It is the most frequently crossed international border in the world,with approximately three hundred fifty million (350,000,000) crossings per year.

7) Dutch-Belgian Border at Baarle-Nassau

photo by wikipedia

It is closely linked, with complicated borders, to the Belgian exclaves of Baarle-Hertog. Baarle-Hertog consists of 26 separate pieces of land. Apart from the main piece (called Zondereigen) located north of the Belgian town of Merksplas, there are 22 Belgian exclaves in the Netherlands and three other pieces on the Dutch-Belgian border. There are also six Dutch exclaves located within the largest Belgian exclave, one within the second-largest, and an eighth within Zondereigen. The smallest Belgian parcel, H12, measures 2,632 square metres.

8)UK-Spanish Border at Gibraltar

photo by Arne Koehler

A British colony at the northwest end of the Rock of Gibraltar, a peninsula on the south-central coast of Spain in the Strait of Gibraltar, connecting the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean between Spain and northern Africa. Gibraltar was captured by Arabs in 711 and passed to the Spanish in 1462. Great Britain took control in 1704 during the War of the Spanish Succession, although Spain has made repeated claims to regain the territory.

9) Afghan-Pakistan Border

photo by by groundreporter

Afghanistan shares borders with six countries, but the approximate 1500-mile-long Durand Line along Pakistan remains the most dangerous. Kabul has never recognized the line as an international border, instead claiming the Pashtun territories in Pakistan that comprise the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and parts of North West Frontier Province along the border. Incidents of violence have increased on both sides of the Pakistan-Afghanistan border since the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan.

10) Brazilian-Argentinian Border

photo by by Broken Piggy Bank

Argentina–Brazil relations is both close and historical, and encompasses all possible dimensions: economy, trade, culture, education and tourism.[1] From war and rivalry to friendship and alliance, this complex relationship has spanned more than two centuries.After achieving independence from the Iberian crowns in the early nineteenth century, Argentina and Brazil inherited a series of unresolved territorial disputes from their colonial powers.












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