Sipapu Bridge in Natural Bridges NM

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SONY DSLR-A100
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Bears Ears
Town
Bluff, Utah
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At 225 feet in length, Sipapu Bridge is the second largest natural bridge in the world (only Rainbow Bridge in Glen Canyon is bigger). This natural bridge, located in southern Utah in the Natural Bridges National Monument, has had many names. It's current name, Sipapu, was given to it by William Douglas who was surveying the land in 1908 and thought that the Native American ruins and rock art here were Hopi in origin. In Hopi mythology, a “sipapu” is a gateway through which "souls may pass from the spirit world".
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March 1, 2018

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