If it’s Friday, it must mean leftovers . . .
Reblogged from Curious History
Kromlauer Park is a gothic style, 200-acre country park in the municipality of Kromlau in the Görlitz Gablenzgasse district in Germany. An incredible attraction of the park is the Rakotzbrücke, more popularly known as Devil’s Bridge.
The impressive arch bridge was built around 1860. During its construction, other peculiar rock formations were built on the lake and in the park. Devil’s Bridge is no longer open to the public to ensure its preservation. A unique feature of the bridge is that its reflection on the water’s surface creates a flawless circle, regardless of which side is being viewed.
Music by Mad Season, “All Alone”
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It’s a shame, really, that they have to close things to preserve them. But, I understand. It’s a neat looking place…
Would love to see this in person and take my own photographs.