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Rakotzbrücke in Gablenz, Germany

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In Today’s Puzzle we go to Rakotzbrücke in Kromlau Azalea and Rhododendron Park in Gablenz, Germany.

Rakotzbrücke is built to form a perfect circle when the water is still in Rakotz lake. It is 7.4 meters long, 6.8 metres wide, and the radius of the inner arch is 2.4 metres.

Despite its second name, "the Devil's Bridge," we find the expression of the bridge to be magical in a positively non-haunting way ♥

The bridge was commissioned in 1860 by Friedrich Herrmann Rötsche (1805-1893), who also owned the park's land. Today, the government owns the park, and you can visit free of charge. For safety reasons and concerns for the historic bridge, though, it is no longer allowed to cross the bridge – but if you do visit and feel like getting your feet wet – would you let us know what happens when you go through the portal? (we bet it's something good!)
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Love the surreal mirror image on the water.


Thank you :)


Again, good choice of mirror effects!
Quite a story, virtual visit is worth it😊

Lovely colours, and such an unusual effect from the reflection of the bridge in the water.

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