Natural Arches and Bridges
The connection belongs to Ecology connections.
- Causses and Cévennes: Chaos de Montpellier-le-Vieux Link
- Dorset and East Devon Coast: Durdle door
- Ennedi Massif: "very large concentration of rock arches, probably only exceeded by Arches National Park in the USA. With a height of 120 metres, the Aloba stone arch is reportedly the second highest .. in the world" (AB ev)
- Galapagos Islands Link
- Gondwana Rainforests: The Natural Bridge in Springbrook National Park, a part of Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves, Australia
- Grand Canyon: Kolb Natural Bridge, Alamo Window, Angels Window, and some remote others
- Greater Blue Mountains: Carlotta Arch Link
- Ha Long Bay Link
- Ischigualasto / Talampaya: La Ventana Link
- Jeju: "Several natural lava bridges. "Microtopographical structures, such as about seventy lava pillars, large chambers, lava stalagmites, lava bridges and lava ledges are beautifully preserved." - Nomination File
- Kakadu National Park: The Archway Link
- Lena Pillars Link
- Mount Taishan: The Immortal Bridge Link
- Purnululu National Park: Beehive Arch, Rainbow Bridge
- Qhapaq Ñan: Puente del Inca Link
- Rock Islands: Chelbacheb Link
- St. Kilda: Stac Shoaigh natural arch Link
- Tadrart Acacus
- Tassili n'Ajjer: Numerous
- Wadi Rum: consisting of a range of ... natural arches (AB ev)
- Wulingyuan: 2 significant Natural Bridges : Xiannrenqiao (Bridge of the Immortals) and Tianqiashengkong (Bridge across the Sky. Possibly the highest Natural Bridge in the World) Link
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