Places Where You're Most Likely to See Rainbows
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Rainbows form from water and light, but these two simple elements must come together in just the right way to create a vivid band of colors across the sky — a result of tiny water droplets that refract and reflect the sunlight. The various angles at which each wavelength reflects allows humans to see different colors, creating a spectacular prism-like effect in the sky. This natural phenomenon often takes on spiritual meanings and symbolizes new beginnings. Looking to go chasing rainbows? Here are five places around the world where you’re most likely to see rainbows (and maybe even a pot of gold on the other side).