NABSQNO 21U 452481 5551552 Newfoundland, Canada

NEWFOUNDLAND: The Arches. These three spectacular arches are the main attraction of The Arches Provincial Park (notice the person on the left for scale).  There used to be four arches but one has collapsed. The park is located between Parson's Pond and Portland Creek, about half way up the west side of the Northern Peninsula.  All three arches have a height of 15 feet. The south arch has a span of 55 feet (the south arch also has a 15-foot opening in the side), the middle arch has a span of 29 feet, and the north arch has a span of 38 feet. Photo by Ray Millar.

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