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The Lord's Arch

A huge naturally formed stone arch, 7.5 m wide, fascinates all those who visit the Tirupati–Tirumala hills in Andhra Pradesh. The arch, the only third such in the world is located to the north-east of the main shrine of Lord Venkateswara in Tirumala and interestingly, the height of the arch is just about the same as that of the main statue of the Lord.
The arch is believed to be more than 1200 million years old!

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