What is the cultural significance of the rainbow?

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Rainbows have meant different things to different cultures throughout the ages. For instance, Norse mythology holds that the rainbow was thought to be a bridge between the home of the gods, Asgard, and earth, Midgard. Only gods and deceased human heroes were allowed to cross the bridge.


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