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This article was published on December 23, 2011


    Meet the Fairy Bridge, a nearly unknown 400 foot natural arch in China

    Meet the Fairy Bridge, a nearly unknown 400 foot natural arch in China
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    Alex Wilhelm is a San Francisco-based writer. You can find Alex on Twitter, and on Facebook. You can reach Alex via email at [email protected] Alex Wilhelm is a San Francisco-based writer. You can find Alex on Twitter, and on Facebook. You can reach Alex via email at [email protected]

    This comes to you from the ‘oh man, now I know’ department. On Reddit today, a user highlighted some fantastically stunning images of the Fairy Bridge, the largest natural arch in the world. Information is a bit sparse, but if it isn’t exactly also the largest bridge in the world, it’s certainly close.

    Oh, and we didn’t make it, the planet did. That makes it all the more amazing in our eyes. It’s located by the Buliu river, if you are a geography buff. We could bore you, so feast your pupils:

    If you don’t find that to be brilliant you are likely dead. Please consult your physician.

    You can find these images and a few more here. If the site is still down, check this mirror.