Only a road separates the towns of Chui, Brazil, and Chuy, Uruguay
Too often, we think of borders as guarded by barbed wire fences and hostile guards. However, many countries are neighbored by shared towns and residential areas; the only thing partitioning them is the main road.
If you’re looking for an example of two independent cities sharing the same space, look no further than Uruguay and Brazil. This town sits on the border of these nations, and most citizens here are bilingual in Spanish and Portuguese.