The Only Natural White Marble Arch In North America Is In Massachusetts And You Have To See It
Some things you have to see to believe and this is the case for the only natural white marble arch in North America. A natural and geological wonder, the bridge was formed by glacial meltwater over 13,000 years ago and is truly a sight to behold. Located in the town of North Adams at Natural Bridge State Park, a visit to this white marble bridge should go to the top of your Massachusetts bucket list.
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She's an east coast girl living in a west coast world. Melissa has worked in the entertainment industry for much of her adult life and loves photography, writing, and traveling around the U.S. and to far-flung locations around the world.