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The Coolest Secret Location in Each State

Reader's Digest Logo By Lauren Cahn of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 50: 'Alabama is full of so much natural beauty that it seems impossible to see it all in one lifetime,' says AL.com, but one that's not to be missed is the Natural Bridge, a 60-foot-high, 148-foot-long naturally-occurring bridge made entirely of sandstone and iron ore. It's the longest natural bridge east of the Rocky Mountains. 'It spans scenic natural areas, forests, and wilderness,' according to Alabama Travel. It's located in Natural Bridge, Alabama. With less than 40 residents, it's a town so tiny that it lost its town status in the 1930s and didn't regain it until 1997. Here's another secret gem hiding in Alabama.

Alabama: Natural Bridge

'Alabama is full of so much natural beauty that it seems impossible to see it all in one lifetime,' says AL.com, but one that's not to be missed is the Natural Bridge, a 60-foot-high, 148-foot-long naturally-occurring bridge made entirely of sandstone and iron ore. It's the longest natural bridge east of the Rocky Mountains. 'It spans scenic natural areas, forests, and wilderness,' according to Alabama Travel. It's located in Natural Bridge, Alabama. With less than 40 residents, it's a town so tiny that it lost its town status in the 1930s and didn't regain it until 1997. Here's another secret gem hiding in Alabama.
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