Flag hanging at Rainbow Bridge in Peru

Flag hanging at Rainbow Bridge in Peru

How do you do! Welcome to “Beautiful Flag” Club. There are many wonders in the world. Today “Beautiful Flag” takes you to see the wonders.

As long as we talk about every natural phenomenon, or natural wonder, it has a variety of brilliant colors, which is a brilliant masterpiece endowed by nature. Speaking of natural phenomena, perhaps the first impression that many people think of is the rainbow after the rain.

Look at our flag. After a rainstorm, the sky clears up and the sunlight falls on the droplets in the sky. The refraction of the droplets to the sunlight shows that there are seven bright colors in the flag: red orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. Every time people meet, they stop to watch and appreciate the colorful rainbow.

Today we will take you to watch the banner hanging, like the rainbow falling deep in the Rainbow Mountains. This mountain is not only a mountain, but also surrounded by colorful mountains. It is also one of the most brilliant, exposed and accessible mountains.

The Rainbow Hill in the flag is 5,200 meters above sea level and over 17,000 feet above sea level. From this point of view, it is only slightly lower than the base camp of Mount Everest. You can see nearby glaciers and gorgeous valleys in the other direction. If you don’t want to miss this beautiful scene, come and customize our Rainbow Bridge Flag Hanging!

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