Chinese immortals bridges
Tao doctrine states that a person can become immortal, you just have to try.
Arches laid in the sky, represent the path to immortality. 1. Bridge of the Immortals of Mount Taishan (The Immortal Bridge), China, Shandong Province. Mount Taishan, a cultural monument of international importance, one of the five sacred mountains of Taoism. Amazing beauty nature, the temple attracts a lot of 22 visitors. On the mountain there is only one of its kind in the arch, represented in the picture.
Fairy Bridge on the River Bo Liu - the largest natural arch in the world (90 meters in length).
According to Wikipedia Hianzhu arch is the tenth longest in the world (65 meters). The Chinese, of course, consider it a second. I put it in third place, because it is the last natural arch of the Chinese in the list.
Mountain Ridge Huanshan included in the list of world cultural and natural heritage of mankind. No wonder they were on location for the film "Avatar." However, natural arches, is not there. Nevertheless, I put here this bridge, also known as the Bridge of the Immortals, because I like him.
next group in the list - American natural arch. In America a lot of them can imagine some of the most beautiful and long. A long arch (translation «Landscape Arch», probably somewhat arbitrary), the second longest in the world (88 meters) and is located in a national park, "Arch» (Arches National Park). Its name to the park owes its natural arches. In it to 43 pieces.
Arch "Dawn" (again, free translation), the fifth in length (74 m) is located in the Negro Bill Canyon, Utah. Although it is close enough contact with the rock, well-chosen camera angle makes it a real bridge in the sky.
7. Rainbow Bridge at Lake Powell
Rainbow Bridge, according to Wikipedia, the sixth of the length of the arch (71 meters).
name of the eighth of the length of the natural bridge (69 meters) comes from the Hopi language means a bridge by which the ancestors came down. It is located in the park, whose name shall have two natural bridges.
Arch Aloba fourth longest in the world (74 meters).