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Borders

This page is mainly about international borders.

USA & Canada Click to show or hide the answer
North & South Korea Click to show or hide the answer
North & South Vietnam (established by the Geneva Convention, 1954) Click to show or hide the answer

The Durand Line (agreed in 1893, named after the Foreign Secretary of British India at the time) now defines the border between Click to show or hide the answer
The Khyber Pass links Click to show or hide the answer
Brenner Pass (summit 4,501 feet), and the rail tunnel of the same name that runs under it, connect Click to show or hide the answer
The world's longest maritime boundary is 1,676 miles long and separates Canada from Click to show or hide the answer
The Yalu and Tumen rivers form the border between Click to show or hide the answer
Mont Blanc road tunnel (from near Chamonix to near Courmayeur) connects Click to show or hide the answer
Frejus tunnels (road and rail) connect Click to show or hide the answer
The Radcliffe Line was published in 1947 to demarcate Click for more information Click to show or hide the answer
The Simplon Pass, and the rail tunnel of the same name that runs under it, connect Click to show or hide the answer
Imaginary line separating the old US slave states from the north (Maryland and Delaware from Pennsylvania) (1763–7) Click to show or hide the answer

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