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The Green Bridge of Wales, St Govans, Pembrokeshire coast national park, Wales The Green Bridge of Wales is a classic example of a natural arch and is an excellent illustration of the way that headlands are eroded in stages by the sea - caves are enlarged to form an arch, eventually the arch collapses to form a stack, further erosion reduces the stack to a stump.
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