The Aruba Natural Bridge was a tourist attraction in Aruba that was formed naturally out of coral limestone. It collapsed on September 2, 2005. It was located between the Bushiribana gold mine ruins and Andicuri Beach (12°32'26.61"N 69°57'29.31"W) and about 7.6 m high and 30 m long.
An another natural arch can be found right next to the rubble of the former natural bridge. The so-called "baby bridge" is although not so impressive to see as their larger neighbor before collaped. Other natural bridges on Aruba can be found near Baby Beach, at Wariruri Beach and near Black Stone Beach.
Netherland Antilles 1983, Aruba Natural Bridge.
Aruba 1992, Aruba Natural Bridge.