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|International Bridge of Integration|
|Locale|| Santo Tomé, Corrientes, Argentina.
São Borja, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
|Followed by||Paso de los Libres – Uruguaiana International Bridge|
|Total length||1,403 metres (4,603 ft)|
|Width||8.30 metres (27.2 ft)|
|Longest span||140 metres (460 ft)|
|Opened||December 9, 1997|
The International Bridge of Integration, also known as International Bridge São Borja - St. Thomas, is a bridge across the Uruguay River, which connects the cities of São Borja in Brazil and Santo Tomé in Argentina.
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