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Maguai Immortal Bridge is a cave natural arch eroded through Middle Permian limestone. It is located about 15 km southwest of Fengshan, Guangxi Province, China, and is associated with the Maguai Dong karst complex. Maguai translates into English as frog.  The lintel of Maguai Immortal Bridge supports a paved road that carries considerable traffic. Note the truck crossing the arch in the photo above. The arch has a span of about 20 meters.

China Diary, October Natural Arch and Bridge Society

Torcal de Antequera - se lo conoce por las caprichosas formas que los diversos agentes erosivos han ido modelando en sus rocas calizas, constituyendo un destacado ejemplo de paisaje kárstico.

El Torcal de Antequera is a nature reserve in the Sierra del Torcal mountain range located south of the city of Antequera, in the province of Málaga off the road in Andalusia, Spain.

Keystone Arch Bridges #HiddenHillsofWesternMA #HiddenHillsofWesternMassachusetts #PositronicDesign

The Arches are historic railroad arch bridges in the Hidden Hills of Western Massachusetts.

(garden of the gods) Mt. Sanqingshan National Park, China

Small National Park near the city of Shangrao in the jianxi province of China. Those that have visited this place describe a feeling of overwhelming peace and tranquility.

Keystone Arch Bridge, Westfield River, Chester, Massachusetts Following the West Branch gave the railroad builders the lowest altitude crossing of the Berkshire Range. The serpentine course of the river made constant bridging necessary. Stonemason Alexander Birnie of Stockbridge was brought in to construct 27 bridges, culverts and walls in the mountain section of the line. Most impressive of these edifices were ten keystone arch bridges over the winding Westfield.

Keystone Arch Bridge, Westfield River, Chester, Massachusetts Following the West Branch gave the railroad builders the lowest altitude crossing of the Berkshire Range. The serpentine course of the river made constant bridging necessary. Stonemason Alexander Birnie of Stockbridge was brought in to construct 27 bridges, culverts and walls in the mountain section of the line. Most impressive of these edifices were ten keystone arch bridges over the winding Westfield.

Floating down the creek at Little Huson Caves, north of Campbell River on Vancouver Island BC

Floating down the creek at Little Huson Caves, north of Campbell River on Vancouver Island BC

Chester Theatre Company: Thought-provoking, contemporary theatre in the foothills of the Berkshires; Chester, MA

Keystone Arch on the West Branch of the Westfield River, Chester, Massachusetts, USA

Poulan GA Worth County Early 20th Century Commercial Architecture Two-story Granitoid Corner Door With Double Keystone Arches Pictures Photo...

Poulan GA Worth County Early Century Commercial Architecture Two-story Granitoid Corner Door With Double Keystone Arches Pictures Photo.

Helictites "A typical calcite helictite is a twisted, long cylindrical structure with a fine central capillary of about 0.2 - 0.35 mm diameter. Side micro-canals (``canalicules'') result in a somewhat porous structure. Typically the helictite has radial symmetry." from: http://www.speleonics.com.au/jills/pastpapers/helicat/

Helictites "A typical calcite helictite is a twisted, long cylindrical structure with a fine central capillary of about 0.2 - 0.35 mm diameter. Side micro-canals (``canalicules'') result in a somewhat porous structure. Typically the helictite has radial symmetry." from: http://www.speleonics.com.au/jills/pastpapers/helicat/

Devils Bath Sinkhole and Bath Walk in Cave  GC2Q4WB(Earthcache) in British Columbia, Canada created by grafinator

Devils Bath Sinkhole and Bath Walk in Cave in British Columbia, Canada created by grafinator

Stone Arch Construction - Bing Images

Keystone Bridge Railroad (Chicago and Northwestern Rail-Trail) Over Black River, Ramsay: Gogebic County, Michigan, This is one of the largest known stone arch bridges in Michigan.

Jewel Cave National Monument - South Dakota

Jewel Cave National Monument is a Wildlife Park in Custer. Plan your road trip to Jewel Cave National Monument in SD with Roadtrippers.