In a bid to highlight the amicability between two countries, architect professors have installed a series of seesaws that connect two country borders. Following a plan chalked out by President Donald Trump of building a wall across the US-Mexico borders, these playing equipment have unveiled to convey how two country people are emotionally connected with each other.
The adorable initiative was undertaken by two California architect professors, Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello. The three seesaws that fixed through steel slats serve as a bridge between two countries that allow children and adults to play with one and another along the borders.
People across the globe lauding the architects for such an amazing initiative to break the border barriers between the two countries' people.
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