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Aruba Natural Bridge, Aruba
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Aruba Natural Bridge, Aruba

The Aruba Natural Bridge was a natural coral bridge that spanned a cove on Aruba's west coast and connected the Bushiribana Gold Mine Ruins and Andicuri Beach. It collapsed in September 2005. The 23-foot-high bridge, which spanned more than 100 feet, was a formation of coral limestone that was carved out of the powerful ocean waves and trade winds along the island’s coast.

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