The Devil's Bridge, also known as the Rakotzbrücke Bridge12/16/2021, 9:58:59 AM
The Devil's Bridge, also known as the Rakotzbrücke Bridge, is located in the German park Kromlau. This surface stone arc was built in 1860 and to this day amazes many with its diabolical accuracy and picturesque surroundings. The bridge, together with its reflection, forms a clear circle, regardless of the point of observation. Although, of course, the water level in the river plays an important role in this. According to legend, one unsuccessful architect made a deal with an unclean spirit, who promised to help him create an unusual bridge, but instead demanded the soul of the first one who would pass along the newborn crossing to the other side. Unclean possessed man and helped him build what he wanted. When the bridge was completed, the evil spirit came out of the body and began to wait for its "fee". A cunning architect launched a dog on the bridge. Out of indignation, evil spirits rushed into the water and no one else saw it. According to another legend, the one who will sail in the full moon on a boat under the Devil's Bridge will be able to discover hidden abilities. At the same time, it is strictly forbidden to look at your reflection or touch the water. Among some researchers of mystical phenomena, there is an opinion that the bridge is a portal to other worlds. In 1983, two Swedish tourists, who were last seen near the mysterious bridge, disappeared without a trace in the park. #devilsbridge Comment | Tag | Share Read Conscious Articles on our website. Link in Bio. Turn ON Post Notifications & Never miss any Content!