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This six-meter free-standing span of Dolomitic Limestone has no name but is cataloged in the Journal of Natural Arch Discoveries as FR-146. It is on the Causse du Larzac, the largest of the four Grands Causses, which are harsh limestone plateaus along the southern rim of the Massif Central (Central Range) of France. It is located near the village of Le Caylar, and although it can be easily reached by car only a few miles from a major motorway, it is unmarked, off the beaten path, and remains virtually unknown. Photo by Guilain Debossens, who has cataloged over 300 natural arches in France.